Tech & Science Daily: Could a driverless Formula 1 be around the corner?

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Tech & Science Daily: Could a driverless Formula 1 be around the corner? (Politecnico di Milano-PoliMOVE )
Tech & Science Daily: Could a driverless Formula 1 be around the corner? (Politecnico di Milano-PoliMOVE )

How soon could we see fully autonomous racing cars competing in Formula 1?

Tech & Science Daily spoke to Professor Sergio Savaresi, an expert from Politecnico di Milano, who gave us his prediction. His team succesfully reached a world-first top speed of 192.2 miles per hour using their PoliMOVE racing car.

Savaresi also explained some of the complexities of the technology, including AI that not only powers the car but mimics the reaction of a human driver.

Apple, Google and Microsoft have all agreed to expand support for ‘passwordless logins’ across mobile, desktop and browsers.

The tech giants announced they’re plans to adopt the sign-in standard from the FIDO Alliance and the World Wide Web Consortium.

Meaning you’ll soon be asked for verification by your fingerprint, face scan or a PIN by most platforms and devices instead.

It’s reported that Elon Musk will run Twitter following his $44billion takeover.

The social media giant is currently run by Parag Agrawal, who took over when co-founder Jack Dorsey announced he would be resigning in November 2021.

Canon tells us about the future of photography, a study finds that spending a long time in space changes the shape your brain, a massive amount of water is found below Antarctica’s ice sheet for the first time, and vaquita - the world’s most endangered sea mammal - is ‘not doomed’. Plus, could ‘TikTok addiction’ be real?

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