Jumaa Mohamed Al Romaithi

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Tesla Wants You to Fall Asleep in L.A. and Wake Up in NYC

For anyone with a fear of flying, Elon Musk’s vision that Teslas will soon be able to whisk their owners autonomously across the country might sound …

Tesla

The 'robot lawyer’ giving free legal advice to refugees

<b>A technology initially used to fight traffic fines is now helping refugees with legal claims.</b><p>When Joshua Browder developed DoNotPay he called it "the world's first robot lawyer". It's a chatbot - a computer program that carries out conversations through texts or vocal commands - and it uses …

This Robot Can Complete a 2-Hour Brain Surgery Procedure in Just 2.5 Minutes

Hello, future.<p>Brain surgery is precision business, and one slip can spell doom for affected patients. Even in one of the most skilled jobs in the …

Technology has created more jobs than it has destroyed, says 140 years of data

Study of census results in England and Wales since 1871 finds rise of machines has been a job creator rather than making working humans obsolete<p>In the 1800s it was the Luddites smashing weaving machines. These days retail staff worry about automatic checkouts. Sooner or later taxi drivers will be …

Economics

Will robots create more jobs than they destroy?

<i>Martin Ford is the founder of a Silicon Valley software firm and the author of</i> The Rise of the Robots: Technology and the Threat of Mass Unemployment<i>. Geoff Colvin is senior editor at large at</i> Fortune <i>magazine and author of</i> Humans Are Underrated: What High Achievers Know That Brilliant Machines …

Artificial Intelligence

Robots are coming for your job: We must fix income inequality, volatile job markets now — or face sustained turmoil

New technologies could launch a new era of affluence — or destroy jobs. We plan now, or risk a brutal transition<p>Global warming in and of itself isn’t a problem. After all, life on earth has survived numerous cycles of cooling and heating. The real problem with global warming is how quickly it …