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A 23-Year-Old Coder Kept QAnon Online When No One Else Would

Bloomberg’s William Turton and Joshua Brustein have published a profile of the 23-year-old proprietor of VanwaTech, an internet provider in Vancouver, Wash. that “provides tech support to the U.S. networks of White nationalists and conspiracy theorists banned by the likes of Amazon.” An anonymous Slashdot reader shares an excerpt from the report: Two and a half months before extremists invaded ... Read More »

Ford’s BlueCruise Self-Driving Tech Did a 110,000-Mile Road Trip

Ford has revealed that it spent last year conducting the “mother of all road trips” for its upcoming BlueCruise system, sending five Mustang Mach-E crossovers and five F-150 trucks on a collective 110,000-mile journey across the US and Canada. Engadget reports: The aim, to no one’s surprise, was to gauge how BlueCruise handled in a wide range of realistic road ... Read More »

Farming Startup Unveils Self-Driving Robot That Uses AI To Zap Weeds

Carbon Robotics, a Seattle company led by Isilon Systems co-founder Paul Mikesell, is unveiling its self-driving robot that uses artificial intelligence to identify weeds growing in fields of vegetables, then zaps them with precision thermal bursts from lasers. GeekWire reports: [W]hat farmers need is less a revolution in farming methods than a revolutionary tool that fits into their current farming ... Read More »

Korean Workers Need To Make Space For Robots, Minister Says

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Bloomberg: South Koreans must learn how to work alongside machines if they want to thrive in a post-pandemic world where many jobs will be handled by artificial intelligence and robots, according to the country’s labor minister. “Automation and AI will change South Korea faster than other countries,” Minister of Employment and Labor Lee ... Read More »