Driver Training For Driverless Cars

Credit to Author: Steve Hanley| Date: Thu, 26 Mar 2020 00:57:03 +0000

MIT autonomous driving program,MIT researchers have created a digital driver training lab for self-driving computer programs. Instead of training a computer to think like a human, they train it to think like a computer, which could be an important difference.

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Researchers Make Progress on Several Power Projects

Credit to Author: Aaron Larson| Date: Thu, 20 Feb 2020 15:15:27 +0000

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Researchers at a few prominent universities have published findings on recent power-related projects. At Cranfield University in the UK, hydrogen production technology is advancing with an eye on cost and carbon reductions; researchers at the University of Michigan released best practices for extending lithium-ion battery life; and a Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) study found […]

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Powering The EV Revolution — Battery Packs Now At $156/kWh, 13% Lower Than 2018, Finds BNEF

Credit to Author: Dr. Maximilian Holland| Date: Wed, 04 Dec 2019 20:40:33 +0000

Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) has released the results of its 2019 Battery Price Survey, finding that industry-weighted average battery pack prices have already fallen to $156 per kWh. This is over 13% lower than the 2018 average ($180/kWh, when adjusted for inflation), and BNEF foresees cost reductions continuing, with $100/kWh potentially being reached by 2023. Let’s dive in

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Harvard & Yale Students Disrupt “The Game” To Demand Climate Action

Credit to Author: Steve Hanley| Date: Mon, 25 Nov 2019 22:20:21 +0000

climate change protestHarvard and Yale students disrupted the football game between the schools on Saturday to protest the lack of leadership on global warming by both administrations. How dare they think for themselves?

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Fusion Power: Watching, Waiting, as Research Continues

Cheap and abundant electric power from nuclear fusion—power “too cheap to meter”—has been a dream for more than a half-century. But as time passes, practical fusion appears to be moving further into

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