Jet-powered flying taxi unveiled following first flight
The Lilium has begun seeking approval from European and U.S. regulators, making the model the first electric jet in history to enter certification.
Kitty Hawk CEO Sebastian Thrun talks 'Artificial Intelligence – Friend or Foe?'
Kitty Hawk Corporation CEO and Udacity co-founder Sebastian T...
A personal loss, a $2-mn win & a soaring ambition led Sebastian Thrun on the road to innovation
Thrun has made it his life’s mission to encou...
ETGBS 2019: Kitty Hawk CEO Sebastian Thrun talks 'Artificial Intelligence – Friend or Foe?'
Kitty Hawk Corporation CEO and Udacity co-founder Sebastian Thrun speaks on 'Artificial Intelligence – Friend or Foe?' at Day 2 of the ET Gl...
Artificial Intelligence won’t replace people, but add to their capabilities: Sebastian Thrun, CEO Kitty Hawk
AI picks up patterns — be it driving cars, detecting cancers or selling products – and will help novices get better.
Artificial Intelligence will not replace, but augment people: Sebastian Thrun, co-founder Udacity
“AI is not made to replace people, but augment people. Much like mobile phones have done for us.” Thrun said.
Flying cars are here: Google co-founder Larry Page’s Kitty Hawk reveals single-seater vehicle
The Kitty Hawk Flyer sports 10 battery-powered propellors and two control sticks, and looks like a human-sized drone.
Flying taxis may be years away, but the groundwork is accelerating
No one can say for certain if these new vehicles will turn out to be a real business. But many companies are already worried about being left behind.
Inside the high-stakes race to build the world’s first flying taxi
Lilium, which has raised more than $100 million from investors, illustrates the high-wire act of the companies trying to live up to the hype. At least 20 companies are in the market, which Morgan Stanley estimates will top $850 billion by 2040.
How Google’s founders slowly stepped away from their company
On Tuesday, Page and Sergey Brin stepped down from day-to-day executive roles at Alphabet.
Larry Page, Sergey Brin made Google and math jokes iconic. After 21 yrs, founders ready to give 'advice and love, but not daily nagging!'
The duo distanced themselves from the day-today ops over the past year.
Will flying car be a reality soon? This Japanese vehicle manages to get off the ground for a minute
Japan may see people riding in flying cars in cities by the 2030s.
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