Why teaching machine ethics is difficult

Why teaching machine ethics is difficult

We teach machines ethics in the same way we teach them maths or languages: by asking them. A lot of these code-writing minds live in areas where machines are particularly dangerous—or in companies like…

What the future of passenger space looks like

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What the future of passenger space looks like

Airplanes are sterile. Probably not for the pilots. And unfortunately, for passengers, it’s true. Boring passenger spaces, physical inattention to bodies, it’s all there. But now, after the publication of several additional stories, we’re…

The cars that Chinese millennials drive

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The cars that Chinese millennials drive

Written by By Sasha Masterfield and Ed Smith, World Car Fans Launched in 1998, the low-polluting, high-performance EVs Xian had become one of China’s best-selling car models. One of China’s most popular car models,…