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Engineer Testifies That Tesla Self-Driving Promotional Video Was Staged [Video]

Engineer Testifies That Tesla Self-Driving Promotional Video Was Staged

Engineer Testifies That , Tesla Self-Driving , Promotional Video Was Staged. NBC reports that a 2016 Tesla video used to promote its self-driving technology was allegedly staged to demonstrate capabilities that the system did not have. . According to the testimony of a senior engineer, the video was released in October 2016 and promoted as evidence that the technology works. Ashok Elluswamy, director of Autopilot software at Tesla, says that the Model X used in the video was not driving itself with deployed Tesla technology. . Elluswamy's July deposition was taken as evidence in part of a lawsuit against Tesla for a fatal 2018 crash involving a former Apple engineer. Elluswamy's July deposition was taken as evidence in part of a lawsuit against Tesla for a fatal 2018 crash involving a former Apple engineer. NBC reports that the video in question is still archived on Tesla's website. The video's tagline claims that , “The person in the driver’s seat is only there for legal reasons. He is not doing anything. The car is driving itself.”. However, according to Elluswamy, the video was created by using 3D mapping on a predetermined route. . Elluswamy's testimony also reportedly details how drivers intervened to take control of cars used in the test runs. . According to Elluswamy's testimony, when trying to demonstrate the Model X's ability to park itself without a driver, the car crashed into a fence in the Tesla parking lot. The company's website also states that Tesla technology is designed to assist with driving and emphasizes that the features , “do not make the vehicle autonomous.”

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China’s economy fails to pick up after opening borders | Global Chit Chat | Oneindia News [Video]

China’s economy fails to pick up after opening borders | Global Chit Chat | Oneindia News

China opened its border after three long years and expected business as usual but the move has backfired. How long will China take to hold the same position in the World economy it did pre-pandemic? #Apple #Vietnam #JoeBiden

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Report Finds Big Tech Transparency Reports Fall Short [Video]

Report Finds Big Tech Transparency Reports Fall Short

Report Finds Big Tech, Transparency Reports , Fall Short. 'Fast Company' reports that Big Tech regularly releases data meant to offer transparency into how the world's largest platforms are being run. This data often shares actions companies take against inappropriate content and when they help law enforcement at the request of governments. . A new analysis by academics at the University of Zurich and the University of Bern found that few tech companies follow principles they have previously espoused. It’s good to be well-informed about what is happening. And right now, it’s impossible in many aspects, which I guess might lead to over- and under-regulation of the platforms, Aleksandra Urman, University of Zurich, via 'Fast Company'. I think it’s not entirely obvious what Apple would be taking down. But actually, Apple does moderate its App Store, for example. We just don’t know how, Aleksandra Urman, University of Zurich, via 'Fast Company'. Similarly, the report found that Amazon moderates what books are sold on its site, however the process of deeming books inappropriate remains unknown. The report also found that companies like Microsoft, LinkedIn and Twitch adhered to some of the transparency guidelines but not all. The report also found that companies like Microsoft, LinkedIn and Twitch adhered to some of the transparency guidelines but not all. Liam McLoughlin at the University of Liverpool suggests that the findings of the report reinforces the idea that transparency reports are closely related to public relations. Liam McLoughlin at the University of Liverpool suggests that the findings of the report reinforces the idea that transparency reports are closely related to public relations. Some might call me cynical on this,but when we think of transparency reports as primarily a public relations mechanism, it all makes sense, Liam McLoughlin, at the University of Liverpool, via 'Fast Company'

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Intel Debuts ‘World’s Fastest Mobile Processor’ [Video]

Intel Debuts ‘World’s Fastest Mobile Processor’

Intel Debuts , ‘World’s Fastest Mobile Processor’. Yahoo Finance reports that Intel revealed its new line of mobile processors at CES 2023. Among the company's new offerings is its Core i9-13980HX chip, . which the company touts as the world's fastest for a laptop. Intel’s Core i9-13980HX chip boasts 24 cores, including 8 performance cores and 14 efficiency cores. It can reportedly hit peak speeds of 5.6GHz. As a means of comparison, Apple's most powerful chip, the M1 Max, tops out at 3.2GHz. Yahoo Finance reports that Intel's new chip is "compatible with up to 128GB of RAM.". The 13th-generation Intel Core mobile processor family delivers unrivaled, scalable performance for leadership platforms across all laptop segments, Michelle Johnston Holthaus, executive vice president and general manager of Intel’s Client Computing Group, via statement. With our industry-leading technologies and unmatched global partner ecosystem, people can expect a high-caliber mobile experience in new and unique form factors so they can game or create from anywhere, Michelle Johnston Holthaus, executive vice president and general manager of Intel’s Client Computing Group, via statement

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