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The FLOATING tunnels that could cut your journey in half and change how you explore Norway

Daily Mail - Science & tech

Norway is known for having some of the most scenic routes in the world. Along the E39 in particular, which traces the western coast of the country from Kristiansand to Trondheim, you'll find some breathtaking views of Norway's famous fjords. But while the view is spectacular, the drive is currently a painfully long 21 hours - all thanks to seven different ferry crossings. That could all change if a series of submerged floating tunnels currently being proposed becomes reality. The proposed tunnel will be composed of two 4,000ft long concrete tubes, one for each direction.

Six reasons for the failure of first generation Enterprise AI


There is little doubt that Artificial Intelligence (AI) will transform industries and business models. Recent developments in driverless cars, voice recognition, and deep learning show how much machines can do and the powerful business models AI can drive. Driven both by opportunity and a fear of losing out, companies across industries have announced AI-focused initiatives. However, early AI pilots are not producing the dramatic results that technology enthusiasts predicted and executives expected. The opportunity for augmenting jobs with AI is way larger than replacement of humans.