Tesla launched its latest car, the Model Y, its second mass-market electric vehicle.
Musk adds new Model Y to electric car lineup
An increasing number of IT startups and manufacturers have begun working to develop educational robots powered by artificial intelligence (AI) to offer more personalized education in accordance with each student's characteristics and needs, South Korean industry officials said Wednesday.
South Korea’s Classting, Wonik Robotics to develop AI robots for students
Who did not dream of being an astronaut when they were a kid? And yet to date, only 536 humans have been to space.
Astronaut trainer job of the future
Toyota Motor Corp., one of the world’s largest automakers, and Japan’s space agency said on Tuesday they had agreed to cooperate in developing a manned lunar rover that runs on fuel cell technologies.
Toyota, Japan space agency join forces to develop Moon rover
The last woolly mammoth populations died out just over 4,000 years ago, but the prehistoric giants could soon be back and plodding about just like they were during the ice age.
Japanese scientists take ‘significant step’ towards bringing prehistoric mammoths back to life
World Wide Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee on Monday slammed the increasing commodification of personal information and appealed for Internet users to strive to maintain ‘complete control’ of their data.
Web inventor urges users to seek 'complete control' of data
An ‘enormous’ solar storm that struck ancient Earth has provided a stark warning another event of this size could be around the corner.
Evidence of ‘enormous’ solar storm suggests devastating event could be around corner
The world's first robot designed to carry out unbiased job interviews is being tested by Swedish recruiters. But can it really do a better job than humans?
Would you be happy being interviewed by a robot?
British Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond is to use his spring statement this week to set out new steps to promote biodiversity and protect the environment.
Hammond to unveil steps to protect biodiversity after pupils' strike over climate change
Research findings from China's Tianzhou-1 Space Mission showed that the microgravity environment in space promotes heart cell differentiation of mice induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells, providing new perspectives on future human space travel.
China's space research finds microgravity promotes iPS cells regenerative potential

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