Once launched, the swarm can decide for itself how best to execute a mission.
The first of its kind, the device will include a touch screen and 14-line Braille display.
Chips with silicon “neurons” could make satellites, aircraft, and drones smarter.
Drones need to be more independent of humans to be truly useful.
Changing economic realities mean that America is already reducing its emissions, but the president says more action is needed to accelerate the process.
The technique could be faster and more versatile than developing genetically modified crops from scratch.
Waymo is building its own sensors for autonomous vehicles, which may make it the latest company to offer pre-packaged autonomy systems for car manufacturers.
Grail, a company that aims to use a blood test to spot cancer, has announced a massive round of funding for its experimental approach.
Amazon’s smart assistant is everywhere, but Google is playing catch-up with a system that could prove superior.
The past eight years saw some wins, and more than a few failures.