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Uber Self-Driving Car Exec Steps Aside During Google Lawsuit

U.S. News

FILE- In this Dec. 13, 2016, file photo, Anthony Levandowski, head of Uber's self-driving program, speaks about their driverless car in San Francisco. Levandowski, an autonomous vehicle expert who defected from Google last year, notified Uber's staff of that he is stepping aside Thursday, April 27, 2017, in an email. He will remain at Uber, but won't oversee a crucial self-driving project targeted in lawsuit filed by Waymo, a rival started by Google.


Leaked Photos From Tesla Show the "Alien Robots" That Will Build Model 3s

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Tesla "hired" its first robots back in 2014 to be used as part of a dedicated production center for the Model S. These robots, developed by German industrial manufacturer Kuka Robotics, are also responsible for the Model X and Tesla's energy product line. Now, photos leaked by someone who claims they work as a Field Service Engineer at Kuka Robotics posted by a user in SoutheastTraders forum show an army of Kuka robots ready to be shipped out.



The Future Of AI With Alexy Khrabrov

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FILE - In this May 13, 2015, file photo, Google's self-driving Lexus drives along a street during a demonstration at Google campus in Mountain View, Calif. While the Boston region is a center for robotics and artificial intelligence research, none of the Northeast states allows self-driving cars to be driven or tested on public roads. But Massachusetts officials are looking in 2016 at turning part of the former Devens military base into a self-driving testing ground.


Amazon Launches New Device to Watch You Dress

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Amazon.com Inc., seeking a bigger slice of the clothing market, is casting itself as a style adviser.



Amazon wants to put a smart, Alexa-powered camera in your bedroom with Echo Look

PCWorld

You already trust your Echo to organize your calendar and select music for you, but now Amazon wants Alexa to help pick your outfit, too.



Amazon unveils Echo Look, a selfie camera to help you choose what to wear

The Guardian

Amazon has unveiled the Echo Look, a new voice-controlled selfie camera pitched as the ultimate bedroom companion that allows AI assistant Alexa to give you fashion tips and tell you what to wear.


Amazon's New Echo Wants To Be Your Personal Style Assistant

TIME

Amazon just added a new device to its family of voice-enabled speakers: the Echo Look, which includes a built-in camera for taking photos and recording video. The new device is available through Amazon's website on an invitation-only basis for $200.