Rapture has been developed by a British company Radical Sportscars and presented at the Goodwood Festival of Speed held in England.
Don’t let its funny exterior fool you: this device is equipped with advanced artificial intelligence based on machine learning.
The device was developed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. It differs from the previous models in one small detail.
The Loon hot air balloon started out as a small Google project, but with time it evolved into a separate company. It recently broke the record in providing continuous Internet connection.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) have approved British Airways proposed use of digital tags to track luggage.
Researchers from Stanford University have created a technology that will replace the traditional glasses. The system can automatically change the focus by following the user's eyes.
With each year, toys are becoming more interesting, with their creators taking even more creative liberty with their creation. This time, they have created a miniature version of the McLaren 720S supercar.
Rutgers University researchers and their colleagues from Oregon State University have created a way to remove text from paper allowing it to be reused.
The installation designed by Drew Pilcher is fully autonomous. It is a complete analogue of an anti-aircraft turret with computer vision, homing and automatic weapons preparation, but it is for fun rather than serious combat.
The device is called RoboBee X-Wing; it is only 5cm long and has a 3.5cm wingspan.
The new aircraft will be called AlbatrossOne. As the name suggests, the engineers were inspired by albatross famous for its ability to fly long distances without flapping its wings.
One small catch - the blood isn’t real. A liquid electrolyte courses through the robot’s veins, serving as a source of energy.