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The scenario: Stockroom personnel searches for an item, scans the shelf label, and wirelessly sends a query through the Motorola router to the company inventory database. The phone's screen reports back on stock in a nearby store. Switching to voice operation, the employee clicks to dial to the other outlet, where another employee can visually confirm that the item is present. It's an IP-carried conversation.

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The scenario: Stockroom personnel searches for an item, scans the shelf label, and wirelessly sends a query through the Motorola router to the company inventory database. The phone's screen reports back on stock in a nearby store. Switching to voice operation, the employee clicks to dial to the other outlet, where another employee can visually confirm that the item is present. It's an IP-carried conversation.

 

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When It Comes to Voting, a Pen is the Highest Tech

Election Special Project: Americans are concerned about voter machine hacking, but Republicans keep blocking solutions. The answer might be to go low-tech: vote-by-mail.

 

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High Tech Hedges its Election Donation Bets in 2020

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Campaign donations and voting patterns show that Silicon Valley is as politically divided as the rest of the country.

 

Under laws now passed by the European Parliament, no new vehicle model will achieve type-approval after mid-2024 without all of the aforementioned safety systems and intelligent speed assistance and accident data recorders too. From mid-2026 it will be against the law to sell a single new vehicle in Europe without all of these systems installed. Yes, Elon, that will include Tesla too.

NHTSA has not announced any equivalent plans to improve road safety standards in the U.S. However, the future of road safety is clear: Mandatory installation of ADAS and driver monitoring in all new vehicles.

Lawmakers and regulators should do that first and then let the market decide if self-driving” anything is advantageous, or even desired. The tech industry may find a large percentage of the global population doesn’t care about AVs, any more than they care about flying cars and robo-dogs.

Now You See Me is a fun movie about magic and illusion — and the first rule of magic is always be the smartest person in the room. But there is only suffering in the tragedy of more than 1.3 million people losing their lives on our roads each year. So, over to you lawmakers and regulators to expedite the installation of ADAS and driver monitoring. Now that really would be smart — and a magical outcome too.

— Colin Barnden is principal analyst at Semicast Research.

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