Tesla Autopilot Gets Tricked Into Accelerating From 35 to 85 MPH With Modified Speed Limit Sign – This Week in Tech

Tesla Autopilot Gets Tricked Into Accelerating From 35 to 85 MPH With Modified Speed Limit Sign

A group of hackers has managed to trick Tesla’s first-generation Autopilot into accelerating from 35 to 85 mph with a modified speed limit sign that humans would be able to read correctly…


Powerful Antibiotic Discovered Using Machine Learning for First Time

A powerful antibiotic that kills some of the most dangerous drug-resistant bacteria in the world has been discovered using artificial intelligence…


Ubco FRX1 Electric Dirt Bike Pre-Orders Go Live at $8,999

Electric trail bikes are the future of off-road fun, and Ubco’s new FRX1 is the latest machine to hit the market. Helping to build out a fledgling segment, the FRX1 is an electric trail bike that hopes to hit the sweet spot of build quality, power and price…


FDA Clears ‘World’s First’ Portable, Low-Cost MRI Following Positive Clinical Research

Magnetic resonance imaging is no longer confined to radiology departments. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced Wednesday that it has provided clearance to the “world’s first” bedside MRI system, according to an announcement….


World’s First Manned Aerobatic Drone Shown Pulling Loops and Rolls

This racy-looking 12-rotor coaxial multicopter has been filmed in Croatia pulling extreme rolls and loops, and carrying a human on board. Not at the same time, mind you, but still, to see a drone of this size pulling stunts like this is astonishing…


Raspberry Pi 4 Can Handle a Wider Range of USB Adapters Thanks to Revised Design’s Silent Arrival

There is good news for prospective buyers of the diminutive Raspberry Pi 4 as the USB-C issue that stopped the device working with some power supplies has been fixed…


Mitsubishi Electric Begins Developing Martian Moons Exploration Probe

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation announced today that it has been designated by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) as the contractor of the Martian Moons eXploration (MMX) space probe. Mitsubishi Electric, which has already initiated development activities for the project, will be responsible for the MMX’s system design, manufacturing and operation, leveraging technologies that it first developed for the Smart Lander for Investigating Moon (SLIM) and the “Kounotori” H-II Transfer Vehicle (HTV)…

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