Inside Roborace: the Formula One for self-driving cars and trucks

Inside Roborace: the Formula One for self-driving cars and trucks

Following is a transcript of the video.Narrator: By now, the world is well aware that self-driving cars are getting closer to becoming a reality. However, not everyone has heard about self-driving race cars. The up-and-coming motor sport known as autonomous racing is currently being led by Roborace, a series that features all-electric self-driving race cars.…

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Formlabs is 3D printing parts of New Balance’s new sneakers

Formlabs is 3D printing parts of New Balance’s new sneakers

Sneakers have been a pretty effective means for helping 3D printing make the transition from prototype to manufacturing. Carbon in particular has found success with its Adidas partnership, printing out Futurecraft 4D shoes in limited quantities and scaling up considerably in the last few years. Announced back in 2017, the New Balance x Formlabs collab…

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Wimbledon 2019: IBM’s Slammtracker AI Innovation Heralds the Demise of the Human Gamer

Wimbledon 2019: IBM’s Slammtracker AI Innovation Heralds the Demise of the Human Gamer

Whilst we patiently wait for the day that Womble-shaped robots replace human tennis players at Wimbledon, we can admire the IBM powered AI technology that the organisers of the Wimbledon tennis tournament use to enhance the experience for TV and phone viewers. As can be expected, the technology tracks the ball, analyses player gestures, crowd…

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BMW 2019 i8 Evaluation: Driving the other day’s cars and truck of tomorrow, today

BMW 2019 i8 Evaluation: Driving the other day’s cars and truck of tomorrow, today

The BMW i8 is a lovely vehicle to drive even though it’s lacking. It hugs the road and commands attention. It’s thrilling in a way that few cars can achieve without speed. Sure, it’s quick, but it won’t set track records or quarter-mile times. It just feels great to drive. By the numbers, there’s little…

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6 pairs of AirPods-style wireless earbuds, all on sale

6 pairs of AirPods-style wireless earbuds, all on sale

Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. We’ve rounded up six great deals on AirPods-style wireless earbuds in the Mashable Shop. Image: AirTaps By StackCommerceMashable Deals2019-06-28 09:00:00 UTC Let’s get this out of the way: it’s the wireless way or the highway in 2019. If…

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Trevor Bauer, Baseball’s Imperfect Evangelist

Trevor Bauer, Baseball’s Imperfect Evangelist

ImageTrevor Bauer embraced advanced training techniques before most major league teams — but others have caught up.CreditCreditLynne Sladky/Associated PressCLEVELAND — Trevor Bauer has thrown more pitches this season than any other major leaguer. Many pitches have not gone where he wanted, but this is the most fitting category for him to be leading. Bauer, a…

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Baseball in London? It’s a Real Thing, Even When the Yankees Aren’t Visiting

Baseball in London? It’s a Real Thing, Even When the Yankees Aren’t Visiting

ImageJonathon Cramman of the London Mets at practice on a field in Finsbury Park, across the street from his home. Cramman built the pitcher’s mound there.CreditCreditJane Stockdale for The New York TimesLONDON — Jonathon Cramman can’t help himself. He will be sitting in his parents’ apartment above the Oasis pub, gazing across Finsbury Park at…

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Facial recognition wise glasses might reveal security discreet and common

Facial recognition wise glasses might reveal security discreet and common

From train stations and concert halls to sport stadiums and airports, facial recognition is slowly becoming the norm in public spaces. But new hardware formats like these facial recognition-enabled smart glasses could make the technology truly ubiquitous, able to be deployed by law enforcement and private security any time and any place. The glasses themselves…

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How do you fine tune a significant winner? Satisfy the male preparing Koepka & Johnson for United States Open

How do you fine tune a significant winner? Satisfy the male preparing Koepka & Johnson for United States Open

Joey Diovisalvi works with the world’s top two golfers in Brooks Koepka (right) and Dustin Johnson (left)There will be big hitters and booming drives aplenty at Pebble Beach when the US Open begins on Thursday.Professional golfers are now finely tuned athletes, stronger and fitter than their predecessors with many boasting the physical prowess to rival…

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