Taxi 145km / h officially put into operation

Taxi 145km / h officially put into operation

The EHang flying taxi will carry bulky goods to the people's homes after being licensed to test the service. The driverless model of the EHang technology company in Guangzhou province is equipped with 16 thrusters that can carry 150kg of cargo per flight and transport it to remote mountainous areas. The company says its large drone is the world's first electrically powered passenger autopilot.

A series of iOS apps stopped working because of Facebook

A series of iOS apps stopped working because of Facebook

Spotify, TikTok, Pinterest, Tinder and many other popular applications on iPhone and iPad suddenly stopped working due to the Facebook login feature. On the Downdetector error page, iOS users said that their iPhones and iPads cannot access popular applications and services. The amount of errors increased sharply from 5pm on 7/5 (Vietnam time). In addition to the above applications, Waze, Venmo, Bumble, SoundCloud, Nextdoor, New York Times, Walmart, Viber, Pandora and UPS are also affected.

The United States joined the 'G7 AI' to oppose China

The United States joined the 'G7 AI' to oppose China

The US decided to join the "G7 Group of Artificial Intelligence" to oversee artificial intelligence tools developed by China. Michael Kratsios, Chief Technology Officer of the White House, told AP: "Chinese technology companies are trying to shape international standards for face recognition and monitoring. So it's important for water. The US is now establishing common democratic principles to combat growing risks. " After a long time of negotiating and adjusting some regulations, the US finally decided to join G7 - Establish a global partnership on AI.

Warning: alexa, google home or siri can be hack only with a laser tia

Warning: alexa, google home or siri can be hack only with a laser tia

Network security | Since virtual assistants were launched a few years ago, security experts have been concerned that systems like Siri and Alexa could easily become a privacy threat tool at hand. hackers. How has the Specter flaw been dropped during the last 7 months? Google introduces the new Nest Mini smart speaker Scientists have found a way to hack Alexa, Google Home or Siri with just one laser But few people pay attention to the threat posed by a subtle light emitted. Researchers in Japan and at the University of Michigan announced on Monday to find a way to hijack devices like Google Home, Amazon Alexa or Apple Siri from a distance. hundred meters by projecting a laser or flashlight onto the mic of the above products.