San Francisco: Tesla CEO Elon Musk has confirmed that the company will not offer a regular steering wheel option on the new Model S and Model X vehicles.
Musk insists that the yoke steering wheel is worth it for offering better visibility of the instrument cluster and its driving visualisations.
SpaceX and Tesla chief Elon Musk has bought a $250,000 ticket to space from Richard Branson
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* Artificial intelligence helps model fires before they break out
* Tech tools allow fire crews to work with limited resources
* Improvements key as climate change raises fire risks
LOS ANGELES, July 22 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Last summer, as Will Harling captained a fire engine trying to control a wildfire that had burst out of northern California’s Klamath National Forest, overrun a firebreak and raced towards his hometown, he got a frustrating email.
It was a statistical analysis […] FEATURE-Catching fire: AI is helping scarce firefighters better predict blazes