With the rapid-paced rise of AI in everyday life, nothing, not even the traditional farmer, is untouched by the technology.
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Most navigation apps can show you the fastest possible route to your destination and some can even suggest an eco-friendly route calculated to produce the least amount of carbon emissions.
Jul 25, 2023
A research team led by Kojiro Matsuo, an associate professor at the Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering within the Toyohashi University of Technology, and Kosuke Miyazaki, a professor at the Department of Civil ...
Jan 5, 2023
Artificial Intelligence (AI) will enable ships navigating in polar ocean conditions to be more efficient using a new route planning tool created by British Antarctic Survey (BAS) researchers. The tool aims to reduce carbon ...
Nov 15, 2022
As emergency coordinators across the U.S. prepare for the upcoming hurricane season, they are busy planning evacuation routes. Currently, these plans don't anticipate the needs of people driving electric vehicles, which have ...
Sep 1, 2022
More and more buses in the Netherlands are electric. By now, about 80% of all new buses are powered by an electric motor. Good news for the climate, you might say. But there is a problem: because it is often difficult to ...
Jul 8, 2022
Qantas has revealed plans for the world's longest-duration commercial flight by the end of 2025, ferrying passengers between Sydney and London on Airbus A350s in just over 19 hours.
May 2, 2022
A new approach to solving the traveling salesperson problem—one of the most difficult questions in computer science—significantly outperforms current approaches.
Apr 26, 2022
New Zealand's flagship airline on Wednesday announced a plan to raise $1.5 billion to hire more staff, buy new planes and expand its routes as it seeks to rebuild from deep losses caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Mar 30, 2022
Time for a road trip. You punch the destination into your GPS and choose the suggested route. But is this shortest route the safest? Not necessarily, according to new findings from Texas A&M University researchers.
Feb 23, 2022