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Elon Musk said on Thursday that Model 3s ordered in the United States by the end of this month will be delivered by Dec. 31, as the electric carmaker tries to take advantage of tax breaks.
During the April-to-September period, Facebook doubled the amount of hate speech it detected proactively, compared with the previous six months.
NASA and software company Autodesk have unveiled a lander that's lightweight and created, in part, thanks to innovative AI software. The spider-like craft is partly made of 3-D printed aluminum.
Experts say retail is the next industry to become a target of the technology, pointing to a growing number of suppliers and companies willing to put it in their stores - but it's not without privacy concerns.
Ancient ruins examined using satellite imagery provide evidence that the city's huge harbour walls once stood in southern Spain, claim experts at Yorkshire-based private firm Merlin Burrows.
Victoria Krakovna, of Google's DeepMind AI lab in London, asked her colleagues for examples of misbehaving AI to highlight an often overlooked danger of the technology. (Stock)
Instead of merging into a black hole as expected, researchers now say the event gave rise to one hyper-massive neutron star in the first observation of its kind.
Engineers at the University of Michigan have developed a cutting edge way to make arrays of nanofibers inspired by materials found in nature. (Stock image)
Scientists from Penn State University say the batteries could be much safer than standard lithium batteries which have 'fundamental issues' causing them to suddenly explode and burst into flames.
Researchers for security firm Pen Test Partners in Buckingham found The inexpensive watches keep track of a child’s location by using GPS, which can be accessed by hackers.
The Unsend tool lets users delete messages up to 10 minutes after they're sent. However, it's only available in Poland, Bolivia, Colombia and Lithuania for now, while a global launch is on the way.
Local councils reported 998,000 fly-tipping incidents in 2017/18, a new study by the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs in London has revealed.
Researchers from New York University - who created the fake prints using a neural network - were able to mimic more than one in five fingerprints.
A company wants to alter farm animals by adding and subtracting genetic traits in a lab. It sounds like science fiction, but Recombinetics sees opportunity for its technology in livestock.
Results from tiny tags helped researchers from Swansea University to measure how successful the animal was at finding food, size of the food and the effort needed to find the food.
Genomic Predictions, a company based in New Jersey in the US, is in talks with IVF clinics to offer testing to screen embryos for 'mental disabilities' and people have ethical concerns.
Researchers from the University of St Andrews Scottish Oceans Institute reveals how whales, dolphins and porpoises let out ultrasonic clicks in narrow beams to help them find food (stock).
Killer whales share personality traits with humans and chimpanzees, such as playfulness, cheerfulness and affection, according to new research from Spain's University of Girona (stock)
Two graduates from Lancaster University have invented a unique way of harnessing energy to convert into electricity in cities in an invention inspired by NASA's Mars Tumbleweed Rover.
Apple users all over the world are taking to Twitter and Reddit to complain about the Facial recognition technology on their iPhones being disabled.