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The Morning After: Tesla’s Autopilot is now under federal investigation

The US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration( NHTSA) has launched an investigation into Tesla’s Autopilot system. Since 2018, Tesla cars driven by Autopilot have crashed into first-responder vehicles on 11 separate occasions, beginning 17 gashes and one fatality. Given that first responders vehicles have twinkling suns, arrow cards and road cones, officials are concerned the system pauses operators into a fallaciou sense of security.

The NHTSA will now investigate how Tesla’s Autopilot system studies the road and, more importantly, ensures motorists engage with what’s going on. This “couldve been” the first brick in the road toward tougher supervising of all autonomous and semi-autonomous driver assistance organizations. After all, the National Transportation Safety Board( NTSB) have now been blamed Tesla for beta-testing its concoction on public arteries with very little oversight.

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Intel Arc, the company’s first gaming GPUs, will debut in 2022Intel wants to compete with AMD and NVIDIA in the discrete graphics space.Intel ArcIntel

For times, Intel has wanted a piece of NVIDIA’s( and AMD’s) discrete graphics placard business, and now we know a little bit more about its plan. The struggling microchip giant has announced it will release hardware under the Intel Arc name, with its firstly placard due to arrive at the start of 2022. The first GPU, currently codenamed Alchemist, will give hardware-based ray retrace and mesh shade and carry DirectX 12 Ultimate. As part of the announcement, it also showed off a sizzle spool of plays feeing on its brand-new silicon which, unsurprisingly, looked pretty good. Continue Reading .

Smartphone for Snapdragon Insiders critique: Not for most peopleAt least , not while half of its headline boasts remain unavailable.The Smartphone for Snapdragon Insiders with its rear facing the camera against a yellow background. Cherlynn Low/ Engadget

Earlier this year, Qualcomm and ASUS announced the snappily referred Smartphone for Snapdragon Insiders. It’s an ultra-premium smartphone designed, in theory, for diehards who expect their Android phones to be a cut above whatever else is on the market. Now, Engadget’s Cherlynn Low has put the phone through its tempi and witnessed a handset that was simply more undercooked to review. With a number of headline peculiarities not yet available to test, the end result is a device that, right now, can’t justify its high-pitched expenditure. Continue Reading.

Anonymous chat app Yik Yak is back from the deadHopefully shorn of the browbeat that subside its original version.Yik YakYik Yak

YikYak was, or is, an anonymous messaging app that merely let you connected to people in a five-mile radius. Unfortunately, the obscurity offered intended it quickly became a hotbed for abuse, and it shut down in 2017. Now it’s back, equipped with a whole new set of guardrails designed to stop its communities becoming toxic. It’s only currently available for iOS in the US but is expected to grow in the near future. It’ll need to work very hard to coax everyone away from their current social media platforms of choice. Continue Reading .

Blue Origin takes NASA to courtroom over SpaceX lunar lander contractWe regret to inform you that Bezos is, once again, indicting someone.VAN HORN, TEXAS - JULY 20: Jeff Bezos speaks about his flight on Blue Origin’s New Shepard into space during a press conference on July 20, 2021 in Van Horn, Texas. Mr. Bezos and the  crew that flew with him were the first human spaceflight for the company. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)Joe Raedle via Getty Images

Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin has registered individual complaints against NASA, saying the space it picked a contractor for the Human Landing System was unfair. It’s the second time in a month the company has propelled a courtroom brace against NASA after officials picked SpaceX for its lunar lander contract. This was after Bezos basically offered the US government a$ 2 billion discount to articulated Blue Origin at the figurehead of the line. Unfortunately, this latest complaint will thrust work on the Artemis lander to be put on hold, which may mean NASA misses its 2024 objective of returning to the moon. Continue Reading.

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