From avoiding jaywalkers to emergency braking to eventually, perhaps, chauffeuring the vehicle itself, it is clear that artificial intelligence (AI) will be an important part of the cars of the future
Archive for month: January, 2017
Prices of paper credits used to meet U.S. biofuels standards dropped to over one-year lows on Wednesday, extending the previous day’s slide on news of a government freeze that heightened uncertainty over the program.
Yesterday, analyses of the air in several parts of France showed it contained high levels of ultrafine particles emitted by road vehicles.
Refueling stations that would support a burgeoning hydrogen fuel-cell industry are on the rise and should reach nearly 5,000 by 2032, according to a new report.
A bill that would reduce the number of oil spills reported in North Dakota got a green light Wednesday from state House lawmakers, but a landowner group plans to keep raising concerns about the proposal.
In terms of volume, U.S. shale cannot swiftly ramp up production by 3 million bpd: the EIA expects oil production this year to average 9 million bpd, or 110,000 bpd more than last year.
Global demand for oil will still be growing in 2035 even with an enormous growth in electric cars in the next two decades, with numbers on the road rising from 1 million to 100 million, BP has predicted.
The Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. is using a bunch of Tesla batteries, along with solar power and a microturbine generator, to help make beer brewing more environmentally friendly at its Chico, California facility.
In the middle of a vast salt desert in Bolivia, tour guide Angel Calani crouches down and jabs his index finger into the crusted earth. “Litio,” he announces as he withdraws his finger, now glistening with brine.
The vast majority of plug-in electric vehicle sales in the US have been in California — with Georgia, Washington, New York, Florida, and Texas making up the anemic vanguard.