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James Baichan 2017-08-21
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in Addition he will help with recruitment for the company – and he has the experience of students who say no to the defense industry.

– I will also have a kommunikationsroll and among young people show that Saab operates in an exciting field of technology, " says Christer Fuglesang to the TT.

According to Fuglesang – who will work half-time for Saab – it's about highlighting that the engineering profession is social and that there is a large element of teamwork.

the Image of an engineer sitting by yourself in a room and thinking is not true, " he says.

Many younger people want to feel a meaning with what they do and make the world better.

There is not sufficient understanding that one of the best ways to do so is by becoming a civil engineer, " says Fuglesang.

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Porter Johnson 2016-08-25

MoreA nuTonomy self-driving taxi drives on the road in its public trial in Singapore August 25, 2016.

SINGAPORE Reuters - The first driverless taxi began work on Thursday in a limited public trial on the streets of Singapore.

Developer nuTonomy invited a select group of people to download their app and ride for free in its "robo-taxi" in a western Singapore hi-tech business district, hoping to get feedback ahead of a planned dull launch of the service in 2018.

"This is really a moment in history that's going to change how cities are built, how we really look at our surroundings," nuTonomy executive Doug Parker told Reuters.

The trial rides took place in a Mitsubishi i-MiEv electric vehicle, with an engineer sitting behind the steering wheel to monitor the system and take control if necessary.

The trial is on an on-going basis, nuTonomy said, and follows private testing that began in April.

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Peter Garvey 2019-08-02
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Izotope’s Neutron 3 Advanced audio software is an AI-powered mixing assistant you inject into your favorite DAW.

It’s like having an assistant engineer sitting next to you, except it won’t eat all the chips or ask to borrow your gear all the time.

The biggest bottleneck I face when creating music in my home studio is the mixing process.

And there I sit: listening to the same clips a million times to make a million minute adjustments to dozens of different parameters.

Thankfully, Neutron 3 Advanced brings an all-new Mix Assistant to the table that’s managed to eliminate about 80-percent of the work for me.

It uses a standard installation wizard.

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Troy Jones 2016-12-19
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Uber is arguing that its self-proclaimed self-driving cars really aren't all that self-driving to justify its decision to forego an autonomous vehicles license in California.Uber launched a pilot program for its self-driving cars in San Francisco last week, allowing users to ride in a self-driving car that's monitored by a trained driver and engineer sitting up front.Uber first launched the pilot program for its self-driving cars in Pittsburgh in September.But unlike the Pittsburgh program, which went off without major hitches, Uber's San Francisco launch had been underway only a few hours before the DMV threatened legal action against the company.

"If Uber does not confirm immediately that it will stop its launch and seek a testing permit, DMV will initiate legal action, including, but not limited to, seeking injunctive relief," the DMV wrote in a Dec. 14 letter to Uber.Anthony Levandowski, Uber's Vice President of Advanced Technologies, is arguing that Uber doesn't need to get the license because the cars do not meet the definition of autonomous vehicles.

"When we look at how the Tesla vehicles operate, we see us operating in the same exact manner," Levandowski said on a Friday conference call with reporters.But there are a few things wrong with using Tesla Autopilot as a defense.Tesla Autopilot is at this juncture primarily intended for highway use.

Tesla's first generation Autopilot, which has gotten a few updates since its 2014 release, allows cars to automatically steer, change lanes, and merge onto highways.

There are some other convenience features consumers can purchase for extra as well, like the ability for the car to park itself.Tesla is upgrading its Autopilot system in new cars to add abilities like changing lanes without driver input, matching the car's speed to traffic conditions for active cruise control, and merging off highways.But as a whole, Tesla Autopilot really acts as an advanced cruise control with some useful parking abilities.

Its capabilities fit it squarely as a Level 2 self-driving system.Uber's self-driving system, which I had the chance to experience behind the wheel, is intended for urban driving.

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James Baichan 2017-08-21
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in Addition he will help with recruitment for the company – and he has the experience of students who say no to the defense industry.

– I will also have a kommunikationsroll and among young people show that Saab operates in an exciting field of technology, " says Christer Fuglesang to the TT.

According to Fuglesang – who will work half-time for Saab – it's about highlighting that the engineering profession is social and that there is a large element of teamwork.

the Image of an engineer sitting by yourself in a room and thinking is not true, " he says.

Many younger people want to feel a meaning with what they do and make the world better.

There is not sufficient understanding that one of the best ways to do so is by becoming a civil engineer, " says Fuglesang.

Peter Garvey 2019-08-02
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Izotope’s Neutron 3 Advanced audio software is an AI-powered mixing assistant you inject into your favorite DAW.

It’s like having an assistant engineer sitting next to you, except it won’t eat all the chips or ask to borrow your gear all the time.

The biggest bottleneck I face when creating music in my home studio is the mixing process.

And there I sit: listening to the same clips a million times to make a million minute adjustments to dozens of different parameters.

Thankfully, Neutron 3 Advanced brings an all-new Mix Assistant to the table that’s managed to eliminate about 80-percent of the work for me.

It uses a standard installation wizard.

Porter Johnson 2016-08-25

MoreA nuTonomy self-driving taxi drives on the road in its public trial in Singapore August 25, 2016.

SINGAPORE Reuters - The first driverless taxi began work on Thursday in a limited public trial on the streets of Singapore.

Developer nuTonomy invited a select group of people to download their app and ride for free in its "robo-taxi" in a western Singapore hi-tech business district, hoping to get feedback ahead of a planned dull launch of the service in 2018.

"This is really a moment in history that's going to change how cities are built, how we really look at our surroundings," nuTonomy executive Doug Parker told Reuters.

The trial rides took place in a Mitsubishi i-MiEv electric vehicle, with an engineer sitting behind the steering wheel to monitor the system and take control if necessary.

The trial is on an on-going basis, nuTonomy said, and follows private testing that began in April.

Troy Jones 2016-12-19
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Uber is arguing that its self-proclaimed self-driving cars really aren't all that self-driving to justify its decision to forego an autonomous vehicles license in California.Uber launched a pilot program for its self-driving cars in San Francisco last week, allowing users to ride in a self-driving car that's monitored by a trained driver and engineer sitting up front.Uber first launched the pilot program for its self-driving cars in Pittsburgh in September.But unlike the Pittsburgh program, which went off without major hitches, Uber's San Francisco launch had been underway only a few hours before the DMV threatened legal action against the company.

"If Uber does not confirm immediately that it will stop its launch and seek a testing permit, DMV will initiate legal action, including, but not limited to, seeking injunctive relief," the DMV wrote in a Dec. 14 letter to Uber.Anthony Levandowski, Uber's Vice President of Advanced Technologies, is arguing that Uber doesn't need to get the license because the cars do not meet the definition of autonomous vehicles.

"When we look at how the Tesla vehicles operate, we see us operating in the same exact manner," Levandowski said on a Friday conference call with reporters.But there are a few things wrong with using Tesla Autopilot as a defense.Tesla Autopilot is at this juncture primarily intended for highway use.

Tesla's first generation Autopilot, which has gotten a few updates since its 2014 release, allows cars to automatically steer, change lanes, and merge onto highways.

There are some other convenience features consumers can purchase for extra as well, like the ability for the car to park itself.Tesla is upgrading its Autopilot system in new cars to add abilities like changing lanes without driver input, matching the car's speed to traffic conditions for active cruise control, and merging off highways.But as a whole, Tesla Autopilot really acts as an advanced cruise control with some useful parking abilities.

Its capabilities fit it squarely as a Level 2 self-driving system.Uber's self-driving system, which I had the chance to experience behind the wheel, is intended for urban driving.