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Tesla’s Electric Vehicle Technology, Explained (Video)

Tesla’s Electric Vehicle Technology, Explained (Video)

Originally published on EV Annex . By Charles Morris We Teslaphiles are familiar with the cool attributes of electric vehicles – the instant torque, the greater efficiency, the regenerative braking – but how many of us really understand how all that stuff works? Anyone who’d like a little deeper understanding of the workings of an electric powertrain, without going to …

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How To Land One Of Tesla’s Coveted Intern Spots

How To Land One Of Tesla’s Coveted Intern Spots

Originally published on EV Annex . By Charles Morris Those of us who only dimly remember our college days may have an outdated view of what it means to be an intern. Days of tedious trips to the copy machine for no pay? Not in today’s Silicon Valley. According to the web site Glassdoor , interns at Tesla make a …

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Volvo assures efficient electric vehicles under Polestar brand

Volvo assures efficient electric vehicles under Polestar brand

Polestar once represented the pinnacle of performance Volvos. Now, after being spun off, it’ll concentrate on the very same thing, but with more electrical power. Volvo revealed Wednesday that Polestar will be dividing from its parent business. The two will still work with each other however Polestar’s focus will change from constructing hi-po Volvos to something totally different– performance-oriented electric …

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Astronomers Uncover Origins of the Sun’s Swirling Spicules

Astronomers Uncover Origins of the Sun’s Swirling Spicules

For the first time, a computer simulation shows how solar material burst from the sun’s surface form, helping astronomers understand how these spicules can break free of the sun’s surface and surge upward so quickly. At any given moment, as many as 10 million wild jets of solar material burst from the sun’s surface. They erupt as fast as 60 …

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Infosys builds driverless golf cart with IIT Delhi, to invest in AI

Infosys builds driverless golf cart with IIT Delhi, to invest in AI

Vishal Sikka. Photo: Suryakant Niwate Infosys is testing a driverless golf cart built jointly with the Indian Institute of Technology-Delhi using open source technologies, to demonstrate its capability and to tap growing global opportunities for autonomous and connected vehicles. Vishal Sikka, chief executive of Infosys spoke about the “How, What and Why” of adopting greater automation and AI at the …

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Learn the art of manipulating data with this serious MATLAB training for only $27

Learn the art of manipulating data with this serious MATLAB training for only $27

When engineers and mathematicians need to get down to some hardcore computer modeling and data visualization, MATLAB is one of the prime programming languages and environments of choice. Data analysis is one of the fastest growing areas of need in many businesses and MATLAB is at the heart of that analysis. So learn MATLAB from the ground up with this …

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Hyper Chariot Aims To Go Faster, Further, & Cheaper Than Hyperloop

Hyper Chariot Aims To Go Faster, Further, & Cheaper Than Hyperloop

The concept of low- to no-pressure travel through tubes has been around for a few hundred years, but it’s clearly facing a revival of inspiration lately. It continues to capture imaginations as a promising future mode of transport, but also now investment dollars. Today, the idea of achieving high-velocity travel in a controlled tube environment may have made a step …

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How AI will play a major role in the auto industry

How AI will play a major role in the auto industry

Artificial intelligence (AI) systems, blending data and advanced algorithms to mimic the cognitive functions of the human mind, have begun to simplify and enhance even the simplest acts of our everyday experiences – and the automotive industry is no exception. A Tractica market intelligence study forecasts that the demand for automotive AI hardware, software, and services will explode from $404 …

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MOL Expands Artificial Intelligence Research

MOL Expands Artificial Intelligence Research

Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) has signed an agreement with Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding (MES) to develop next-generation vessel monitoring and support systems using artificial intelligence technologies. The project is part of the company’s on-going drive to take advantage of digital technologies. The system will be based on real time short-cycle and big data input which will be integrated and analyzed …

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