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In partnership with SELFY camera LLC, AEE Aviation technology has announced the introduction of a smartphone case with an embedded drone that can take selfies. The company describes the gadget as the first device of its kind and first of its class.




Selfy cases announced


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In November 2017, Waymo announced that it had begun testing driver-less cars without a safety driver in the driver position;[48] however, there was still an employee in the car.[49] An October 2017 report by the Brookings Institution found that the $80 billion had been reported as invested in all facets of self driving technology up to that point, but that it was "reasonable to presume that total global investment in autonomous vehicle technology is significantly more than this".[50]


In October 2018, Waymo announced that its test vehicles had traveled in automated mode for over 10,000,000 miles (16,000,000 km), increasing by about 1,000,000 miles (1,600,000 kilometres) per month.[51] In December 2018, Waymo was the first to commercialize a fully autonomous taxi service in the US, in Phoenix, Arizona.[52] In October 2020, Waymo launched a geo-fenced driver-less ride hailing service in Phoenix.[53][54] The cars are being monitored in real-time by a team of remote engineers, and there are cases where the remote engineers need to intervene.[55][54]


MapsSelf-driving cars require a new class of high-definition maps (HD maps) that represent the world at up to two orders of magnitude more detail.[93] In May 2018, researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) announced that they had built an automated car that can navigate unmapped roads.[98] Researchers at their Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) have developed a new system, called MapLite, which allows self-driving cars to drive on roads that they have never been on before, without using 3D maps. The system combines the GPS position of the vehicle, a "sparse topological map" such as OpenStreetMap (i.e. having 2D features of the roads only), and a series of sensors that observe the road conditions.[99]


Implications from the Trolley ProblemA moral dilemma that a software engineer or car manufacturer might face in programming the operating software of a self-driving vehicle is captured in a variation of the traditional ethical thought experiment, the trolley problem: An AV is driving with passengers when suddenly a person appears in its way and the car has to commit between one of two options, either to run the person over or to avoid hitting the person by swerving into a wall, killing the passengers.[170] Researchers have suggested, in particular, two ethical theories to be applicable to the behavior of automated vehicles in cases of emergency: deontology and utilitarianism.[10][171] Deontological theory suggests that an automated car needs to follow strict written-out rules that it needs to follow in any situation. Utilitarianism, on the other hand, promotes maximizing the number of people surviving in a crash. Critics suggest that automated vehicles should adapt a mix of multiple theories to be able to respond morally right in the instance of a crash.[10][171] Recently, some specific ethical frameworks i.e., utilitarianism, deontology, relativism, absolutism (monism), and pluralism, are investigated empirically with respect to the acceptance of self-driving cars in unavoidable accidents.[172]


Self-driving shuttle is an application of self-driving car with considerations of multiple passengers supposing the use cases mainly in cities. Through the European Union funded "CityMobil2" project in the mid-2010s, research and development of self-driving shuttle became active in Europe.[178]Continuously, under the funding programme Horizon 2020, "Avenue" project was conducted from 2018 to 2022 in four cities (Geneva, Lyon, Copenhagen and Luxembourg).[179]


Waymo originated as a self-driving car project within Google. In August 2012, Google announced that their vehicles had completed over 300,000 automated-driving miles (500,000 km) accident-free, typically involving about a dozen cars on the road at any given time, and that they were starting to test with single drivers instead of in pairs.[232] In late-May 2014, Google revealed a new prototype that had no steering wheel, gas pedal, or brake pedal, and was fully automated.[233] As of March 2016[update], Google had test-driven their fleet in automated mode a total of 1,500,000 mi (2,400,000 km).[234] In December 2016, Google Corporation announced that its technology would be spun off to a new company called Waymo, with both Google and Waymo becoming subsidiaries of a new parent company called Alphabet.[235][236]


Camila Cabello vs. Fifth HarmonyFans of the girl group Fifth Harmony were shocked when the group announced on Twitter that they had been informed through Cabello's manager that she would be leaving the group to focus on her solo career. This led to public a back-and-forth between the two parties over how exactly the split went down.


Kanye West vs. Wiz KhalifaWiz Khalifa took aim at West on Twitter when the latter announced that his album would be titled "Waves" (it later became "The Life of Pablo"). West didn't take kindly to the jab, ripping into Khalifa with a string of tweets attacking his music, his clothing and even his kids.


In the open answer questions, some women expressed concerns about the quality of self-collected samples, and six of them complained about broken devices (in all cases the sample was taken and analysed). No woman reported concerns about having the HPV viral test instead of the cytological test, nor about the way of infection.


I had an iPhone 5 and lost it in May 2014. In September 2014 I got an iPhone 6 to replace the lost 5, but I've always felt it was too large for me to be comfortable. So when the iPhone SE was announced I figured I'd get one and retire the 6. Well, after handling the SE at a local Best Buy, I decided to keep the 6. I guess I've become used to it in the last 20 months of use, because the sharp edges of the 5 bothered me, and the phone seems much smaller than I remembered. I MIGHT be interested in a phone that is halfway between the SE and 6 in size but I don't think Apple will go that route. Hopefully Apple has finally settled on the sizes they need: small, medium, and large; the iPad Mini, iPad Air, and iPad Pro can fill the XL, XXL, & XXXL slots respectively.


The SE is nice and compact, has a great design (although recycled), and offers great internals. I get basically 6s horsepower/features in a 5 package. I'm good with 64 GB so that's covered too. I couldn't care less about Force Touch and I have yet to take a selfy - not planning to either.


TECH5 target markets include both Government and Private sectors with products powering Civil ID, Digital ID, as well as authentication solutions that deliver identity assurance for various use cases.


Kardashian is the perfect example. Take her recent tweet advocating for a skin care line, in which she failed to mention that it was an ad. Clicking on the link prompts you to subscribe to her app to learn more about the product. Sponsored posts like these are a new advertising scheme that brands use to push their wares. The problem is, in most cases sponsored posts don't include proper disclosure, making it difficult for fans to know the difference between a heartfelt message and an advertisement.


Last week, the Federal Trade Commission announced that it will host an event in September called Putting Disclosures to the Test. The idea behind it is to learn what companies are doing to ensure consumers are aware of advertising claims, privacy practices and other information published on the web. According to the agency, the eventual goal is to find the right formula to keep ads from being deceptive, not only on social networks but the internet in general. Under the FTC Act, a federal law passed in 1914, the government is responsible for preventing dishonest methods of competition in the marketplace, including "unfair or deceptive acts or practices in or affecting commerce."


The FTC has clear guidelines for cases like this. It suggests individuals who were paid to endorse a product on social media include #Ad or words like "Sponsored," "Promotion" and "Paid ad." It's rare that celebrities follow these rules, however. There's a slight chance that Kardashian isn't personally aware of the FTC Act and how it applies to advertising goods on social media, but surely her legal team knows that she'd be subject to fines if the FTC filed a case against her. You could also argue that the companies paying celebrities are responsible for making sure they follow the FTC's advertising guidelines.


The bigger issue are celebrities with millions of followers. But while the FTC hasn't filed any legal cases against the likes of Kardashian and Disick, the agency agrees that they should be held accountable. "Both the individuals and the advertisers are separately responsible," Engle says when asked about which party should be blamed for misleading consumers. Still, it's unclear why the FTC hasn't gone after any celebrities or influencers. As it stands, Engle explains, "the primary target of our investigations would be the advertiser or the company who is promoting its product."


Even the Ganga Ram Hospital in the city has witnessed many such cases too. Due to selficide, the patient increasingly becomes obsessed with their looks and constantly tries to get validation from the internet. Such a person will forever be looking at themselves in the mirror or their front cameras.


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