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Waymo Self-Driving Cars Can Now Obey Police Hand Signals

In the event that a traffic light is not working, Waymo’s self-driving cars will now be able to use AI to detect and respond to the arm movements of a traffic cop as they wave traffic through an intersection. You can watch a demo of it on YouTube. Futurism reports: Waymo first claimed that its autonomous vehicles could respond to ... Read More »

Google Will End Forced Arbitration For Employees

Google said it will no longer require current and future staff to go through mandatory arbitration for disputes with the company. “The change goes into effect on March 21,” reports CNET. “The search giant will also remove mandatory arbitration from its own employment agreements with contract and temporary staff, though the change won’t impact staffing firms.” From the report: This ... Read More »

Verizon Plans To Roll Out Its 5G Mobile Network In 30 Cities This Year

Verizon has announced plans to turn on its 5G mobile network in 30 U.S. cities this year. “It revealed the plan during an investor meeting Thursday, though didn’t disclose the list of cities,” reports Engadget. From the report: Verizon already offers home broadband service via 5G in Los Angeles, Houston, Indianapolis and Sacramento. This month, it hinted at upcoming rollouts ... Read More »

Experts Find Serious Problems With Switzerland’s Online Voting System

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Motherboard: Switzerland made headlines this month for the transparency of its internet voting system when it launched a public penetration test and bug bounty program to test the resiliency of the system to attack. But after source code for the software and technical documentation describing its architecture were leaked online last week, critics ... Read More »