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  • 1/26   Press Review #voip #noisereduction
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 - Shot Show: Suppressors, Silencers And The Quest For Noise Reduction - LawOfficer.com   More Information - College Park seeks noise reduction help - Atlanta Journal Constitution   More Information - New Recirculating Chillers Combine Noise Reduction and Cooling Performance - Labmate Online   More Information - New solution offered for classroom HVAC noise reduction - Proud Green Building (press release) (registration) (blog)   More Information - UK launches public consultation for measures to reduce nighttime ... - Airport Technology   More Information - How To Reduce Noise Pollution At Home : HEALTH : Tech Times - Tech Times   More Information - Reducing the impact of noise in cogeneration - Power Engineering International   More Information - Royal Docks concrete facility will stay says council despite objections - Newham Recorder   More Information - Wandsworth council leader lambasts Governments 'disgraceful' proposals for tackling noise reduction at airports - Your Local Guardian   More Information - Federal circuit court rejects petition challenging FAA aircraft noise initiative - Palo Alto Online   More Information


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    - Shot Show: Suppressors, Silencers And The Quest For Noise Reduction - LawOfficer.com
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    - College Park seeks noise reduction help - Atlanta Journal Constitution
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    - New Recirculating Chillers Combine Noise Reduction and Cooling Performance - Labmate Online
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    - New solution offered for classroom HVAC noise reduction - Proud Green Building (press release) (registration) (blog)
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    - UK launches public consultation for measures to reduce nighttime ... - Airport Technology
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    - How To Reduce Noise Pollution At Home : HEALTH : Tech Times - Tech Times
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    - Reducing the impact of noise in cogeneration - Power Engineering International
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    - Royal Docks concrete facility will stay says council despite objections - Newham Recorder
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    - Wandsworth council leader lambasts Governments 'disgraceful' proposals for tackling noise reduction at airports - Your Local Guardian
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    - Federal circuit court rejects petition challenging FAA aircraft noise initiative - Palo Alto Online
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  • 2/26   Tech firm creates Trump monitor for stock markets

    Just in time for his inauguration, London-based fintech firm Trading.co.uk is launching an app that will generate trading alerts for shares based on comments made on social media by Donald Trump. Comments earlier this week on China moved the dollar and a pair of December tweets sent the share prices of Lockheed Martin and Boeing spiraling lower. Trading.co.uk chief Gareth Mann said the Trump signal generator used artificial intelligence technology to differentiate between tweets or other messages that, for example, just mention Boeing and those liable to move markets.

    Just in time for his inauguration, London-based fintech firm Trading.co.uk is launching an app that will generate trading alerts for shares based on comments made on social media by Donald Trump. Comments earlier this week on China moved the dollar and a pair of December tweets sent the share prices of Lockheed Martin and Boeing spiraling lower. Trading.co.uk chief Gareth Mann said the Trump signal generator used artificial intelligence technology to differentiate between tweets or other messages that, for example, just mention Boeing and those liable to move markets.


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  • 3/26   U.S. regulator finds no evidence of defects after Tesla death probe

    U.S. regulators has found no evidence of any defects in Tesla electric cars after investigating the death of a man whose Model S collided with a truck while he was using its Autopilot system, the first fatality involving semi-autonomous driving software. The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said on Thursday it will not seek a vehicle recall after conducting a six-month investigation. The regulator's decision is seen as a boost to automakers racing to get vehicles that are nearly self-driving or fully autonomous on U.S. roads in the next few years.

    U.S. regulators has found no evidence of any defects in Tesla electric cars after investigating the death of a man whose Model S collided with a truck while he was using its Autopilot system, the first fatality involving semi-autonomous driving software. The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said on Thursday it will not seek a vehicle recall after conducting a six-month investigation. The regulator's decision is seen as a boost to automakers racing to get vehicles that are nearly self-driving or fully autonomous on U.S. roads in the next few years.


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  • 4/26   U.S exchanges rent helicopter, drape banner in pursuit of Snapchat IPO

    SAN FRANCISCO/NEW YORK (Reuters) - This past November, Nasdaq Inc hired a helicopter to film Manhattan's skyline using Snapchat's new video-camera sunglasses and sent the aerial footage to its social media followers. The New York Stock Exchange - its arch-rival - on the same day tweeted a video shot from the floor of its exchange, showing that it too was using the social media giant's gadget. The scramble to promote Snapchat's "spectacles" is revealing the fierce competition between the two exchanges to host initial public offerings (IPOs) of prominent technology startups.

    SAN FRANCISCO/NEW YORK (Reuters) - This past November, Nasdaq Inc hired a helicopter to film Manhattan's skyline using Snapchat's new video-camera sunglasses and sent the aerial footage to its social media followers. The New York Stock Exchange - its arch-rival - on the same day tweeted a video shot from the floor of its exchange, showing that it too was using the social media giant's gadget. The scramble to promote Snapchat's "spectacles" is revealing the fierce competition between the two exchanges to host initial public offerings (IPOs) of prominent technology startups.


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  • 5/26   Netflix Original: New shows drive blockbuster quarter

    It pays to be original. Netflix Corp's surprisingly strong subscriber growth in the fourth quarter allayed concerns about the company's multi-billion dollar investment in original content. The success of new original shows such as Golden Globe winner "The Crown", based on the early years of Queen Elizabeth II's reign, helped Netflix attract 7.1 million new subscribers globally, far more than the 5.2 million analysts had expected.

    It pays to be original. Netflix Corp's surprisingly strong subscriber growth in the fourth quarter allayed concerns about the company's multi-billion dollar investment in original content. The success of new original shows such as Golden Globe winner "The Crown", based on the early years of Queen Elizabeth II's reign, helped Netflix attract 7.1 million new subscribers globally, far more than the 5.2 million analysts had expected.


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  • 6/26   Alibaba not interested in acquisitions, more interested in partnerships

    DAVOS, Switzerland (Reuters) - China's Alibaba is not interested in acquisitions this year as it is in partnerships, Alibaba Executive Chairman Jack Ma said on Thursday. "I am not interested in acquisitions. I am more interested in partnerships," Ma said at a news conference on Alibaba's Olympic sponsorship deal, when he asked about his company's plans for the year. "We want to look for partners and empower them to be powerful," he said. (This version of the story corrects word in lead to 'not') (Reporting by Karolos Grohmann, editing by Larry King)

    DAVOS, Switzerland (Reuters) - China's Alibaba is not interested in acquisitions this year as it is in partnerships, Alibaba Executive Chairman Jack Ma said on Thursday. "I am not interested in acquisitions. I am more interested in partnerships," Ma said at a news conference on Alibaba's Olympic sponsorship deal, when he asked about his company's plans for the year. "We want to look for partners and empower them to be powerful," he said. (This version of the story corrects word in lead to 'not') (Reporting by Karolos Grohmann, editing by Larry King)


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  • 7/26   Facebook to build third foreign data center in Denmark

    By Nikolaj Skydsgaard COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Facebook will build a new data center in the Danish city of Odense, the California-based tech company said at a press conference with local authorities, only the third such facility outside of the United States. "The Odense data center will be one of the most advanced, energy-efficient data centers in the world," Facebook's director of data center operations, Niall McEntegart said on Thursday. Facebook already has a data center in Lulea, Sweden and another in Clonee in Ireland.

    By Nikolaj Skydsgaard COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Facebook will build a new data center in the Danish city of Odense, the California-based tech company said at a press conference with local authorities, only the third such facility outside of the United States. "The Odense data center will be one of the most advanced, energy-efficient data centers in the world," Facebook's director of data center operations, Niall McEntegart said on Thursday. Facebook already has a data center in Lulea, Sweden and another in Clonee in Ireland.


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  • 8/26   US ends probe of Tesla fatal crash without seeking recall

    Tesla Motors Inc. won't face a recall or fine as a result of a fatal crash involving its Autopilot system, but U.S. safety regulators are warning auto manufacturers and drivers not to treat semiautonomous ...

    Tesla Motors Inc. won't face a recall or fine as a result of a fatal crash involving its Autopilot system, but U.S. safety regulators are warning auto manufacturers and drivers not to treat semiautonomous ...


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  • 9/26   Obama’s NASA made strides on commercial space, but stumbled on exploration

    Under the Obama administration, NASA has had a dynamic eight years. NASA’s Juno spacecraft put itself into orbit around Jupiter, while the New Horizons mission flew by Pluto, marking the first time the tiny world had ever been explored. All the while, the space agency has maintained a steady human presence in lower Earth orbit, and plans to extend operations of the International Space Station until 2024.

    Under the Obama administration, NASA has had a dynamic eight years. NASA’s Juno spacecraft put itself into orbit around Jupiter, while the New Horizons mission flew by Pluto, marking the first time the tiny world had ever been explored. All the while, the space agency has maintained a steady human presence in lower Earth orbit, and plans to extend operations of the International Space Station until 2024.


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  • 10/26   Obama’s NASA made strides on commercial space, but stumbled on exploration

    Under the Obama administration, NASA has had a dynamic eight years. NASA’s Juno spacecraft put itself into orbit around Jupiter, while the New Horizons mission flew by Pluto, marking the first time the tiny world had ever been explored. All the while, the space agency has maintained a steady human presence in lower Earth orbit, and plans to extend operations of the International Space Station until 2024.

    Under the Obama administration, NASA has had a dynamic eight years. NASA’s Juno spacecraft put itself into orbit around Jupiter, while the New Horizons mission flew by Pluto, marking the first time the tiny world had ever been explored. All the while, the space agency has maintained a steady human presence in lower Earth orbit, and plans to extend operations of the International Space Station until 2024.


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  • 11/26   Watch GM’s self-driving car navigate the streets of San Francisco

    Like most of its competitors, General Motors is betting hard on autonomous cars being the future of transportation. Today, Kyle Vogt, the head of the self-driving startup Cruise Automation that was recently acquired by GM for a reported $1 billion, tweeted dash camera footage of what’s described as a recent test of its self-driving car on the streets of San Francisco.

    Like most of its competitors, General Motors is betting hard on autonomous cars being the future of transportation. Today, Kyle Vogt, the head of the self-driving startup Cruise Automation that was recently acquired by GM for a reported $1 billion, tweeted dash camera footage of what’s described as a recent test of its self-driving car on the streets of San Francisco.


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  • 12/26   Watch GM’s self-driving car navigate the streets of San Francisco

    Like most of its competitors, General Motors is betting hard on autonomous cars being the future of transportation. Today, Kyle Vogt, the head of the self-driving startup Cruise Automation that was recently acquired by GM for a reported $1 billion, tweeted dash camera footage of what’s described as a recent test of its self-driving car on the streets of San Francisco.

    Like most of its competitors, General Motors is betting hard on autonomous cars being the future of transportation. Today, Kyle Vogt, the head of the self-driving startup Cruise Automation that was recently acquired by GM for a reported $1 billion, tweeted dash camera footage of what’s described as a recent test of its self-driving car on the streets of San Francisco.


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  • 13/26   US closes probe into fatal Tesla autopilot crash, no defect found

    The US Transportation Department closed Thursday its investigation into a fatal crash involving a Tesla car on autopilot, saying no defects were found in the system, including the emergency braking feature. No "safety-related defect" was identified in May's crash on a Florida highway, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration spokesman Bryan Thomas told reporters. "The investigation is closed," he said.

    The US Transportation Department closed Thursday its investigation into a fatal crash involving a Tesla car on autopilot, saying no defects were found in the system, including the emergency braking feature. No "safety-related defect" was identified in May's crash on a Florida highway, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration spokesman Bryan Thomas told reporters. "The investigation is closed," he said.


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  • 14/26   Telecommunications company Avaya files for bankruptcy

    Telecommunications company Avaya Inc filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Thursday to reduce its debt load of about $6.3 billion but said it would not sell its call center business, which it had tried to do last year. The bankruptcy underscores the challenges telecommunications companies face as they transition to software and services from hardware. Early last year, Avaya had planned to sell its call center business but did not reach a deal with buyout firm Clayton, Dubilier & Rice LLC, which had been in the lead to acquire it for about $4 billion.

    Telecommunications company Avaya Inc filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Thursday to reduce its debt load of about $6.3 billion but said it would not sell its call center business, which it had tried to do last year. The bankruptcy underscores the challenges telecommunications companies face as they transition to software and services from hardware. Early last year, Avaya had planned to sell its call center business but did not reach a deal with buyout firm Clayton, Dubilier & Rice LLC, which had been in the lead to acquire it for about $4 billion.


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  • 15/26   Driver in fatal Tesla Autopilot crash had seven seconds to take action

    The Tesla driver killed in a crash while the Autopilot system was activated last year would have seen the tractor trailer for at least seven seconds prior to impact, according to the NHTSA investigation of the accident. The NHTSA investigation report called seven seconds a “period of extended distraction,” and noted that similar crashes generally had a “much shorter time” available for both the system and driver to detect and respond to a pending collision, usually less than three seconds. There is no word from NHTSA about what the driver was doing during those seven seconds, though the driver of the tractor trailer truck involved in the accident claimed the Tesla driver was watching a Harry Potter movie.

    The Tesla driver killed in a crash while the Autopilot system was activated last year would have seen the tractor trailer for at least seven seconds prior to impact, according to the NHTSA investigation of the accident. The NHTSA investigation report called seven seconds a “period of extended distraction,” and noted that similar crashes generally had a “much shorter time” available for both the system and driver to detect and respond to a pending collision, usually less than three seconds. There is no word from NHTSA about what the driver was doing during those seven seconds, though the driver of the tractor trailer truck involved in the accident claimed the Tesla driver was watching a Harry Potter movie.


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  • 16/26   Driver in fatal Tesla Autopilot crash had seven seconds to take action

    The Tesla driver killed in a crash while the Autopilot system was activated last year would have seen the tractor trailer for at least seven seconds prior to impact, according to the NHTSA investigation of the accident. The NHTSA investigation report called seven seconds a “period of extended distraction,” and noted that similar crashes generally had a “much shorter time” available for both the system and driver to detect and respond to a pending collision, usually less than three seconds.

    The Tesla driver killed in a crash while the Autopilot system was activated last year would have seen the tractor trailer for at least seven seconds prior to impact, according to the NHTSA investigation of the accident. The NHTSA investigation report called seven seconds a “period of extended distraction,” and noted that similar crashes generally had a “much shorter time” available for both the system and driver to detect and respond to a pending collision, usually less than three seconds.


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  • 17/26   Beeline is a bike compass that lets you choose your path

    Navigational devices for bikes are nothing new, but Beeline is a different kind of bike GPS. The Bluetooth device doesn’t give riders a direct route to their desired location, but instead points them in the right direction with an approximation of how far they have left to travel. Beeline sounds exciting because designing your own adventure is apparently the dream for a renegade biker, but I still don’t totally understand how riders will get where they want to go.

    Navigational devices for bikes are nothing new, but Beeline is a different kind of bike GPS. The Bluetooth device doesn’t give riders a direct route to their desired location, but instead points them in the right direction with an approximation of how far they have left to travel. Beeline sounds exciting because designing your own adventure is apparently the dream for a renegade biker, but I still don’t totally understand how riders will get where they want to go.


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  • 18/26   Beeline is a bike compass that lets you choose your path

    Navigational devices for bikes are nothing new, but Beeline is a different kind of bike GPS. The Bluetooth device doesn’t give riders a direct route to their desired location, but instead points them in the right direction with an approximation of how far they have left to travel. Beeline sounds exciting because designing your own adventure is apparently the dream for a renegade biker, but I still don’t totally understand how riders will get where they want to go.

    Navigational devices for bikes are nothing new, but Beeline is a different kind of bike GPS. The Bluetooth device doesn’t give riders a direct route to their desired location, but instead points them in the right direction with an approximation of how far they have left to travel. Beeline sounds exciting because designing your own adventure is apparently the dream for a renegade biker, but I still don’t totally understand how riders will get where they want to go.


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  • 19/26   Adoptly, the Tinder for child adoption, is indistinguishable from parody

    The four-person operation, which quietly launched a Kickstarter campaign last week, says it wants to connect prospective parents with adoptable children. Adoptly co-founder Alex Nawrocki insists the company is authentic. “The adoption industry at large is a little bit underserved by the tech industry.

    The four-person operation, which quietly launched a Kickstarter campaign last week, says it wants to connect prospective parents with adoptable children. Adoptly co-founder Alex Nawrocki insists the company is authentic. “The adoption industry at large is a little bit underserved by the tech industry.


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  • 20/26   Oh my god, a Lawnmower Man VR series is actually happening

    You may know The Lawnmower Man as “that movie everyone brings up when someone mentions virtual reality, after The Matrix and before Ready Player One.” You might also remember it as a seminal depiction of the technology as a kind of low-poly dream world generator, as imagined during the height of the ‘90s VR boom. The point is, it’s both a thematically obvious choice for an adaptation and a fantastically weird movie infused with the tech and aesthetics of its decade.

    You may know The Lawnmower Man as “that movie everyone brings up when someone mentions virtual reality, after The Matrix and before Ready Player One.” You might also remember it as a seminal depiction of the technology as a kind of low-poly dream world generator, as imagined during the height of the ‘90s VR boom. The point is, it’s both a thematically obvious choice for an adaptation and a fantastically weird movie infused with the tech and aesthetics of its decade.


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  • 21/26   Oh my god, a Lawnmower Man VR series is actually happening

    You may know The Lawnmower Man as “that movie everyone brings up when someone mentions virtual reality, after The Matrix and before Ready Player One.” You might also remember it as a seminal depiction of the technology as a kind of low-poly dream world generator, as imagined during the height of the ‘90s VR boom. The original film spawned a sequel and two video games, but Jaunt’s press release references “a VR realization of the film,” not a separate story.

    You may know The Lawnmower Man as “that movie everyone brings up when someone mentions virtual reality, after The Matrix and before Ready Player One.” You might also remember it as a seminal depiction of the technology as a kind of low-poly dream world generator, as imagined during the height of the ‘90s VR boom. The original film spawned a sequel and two video games, but Jaunt’s press release references “a VR realization of the film,” not a separate story.


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  • 22/26   Tesla knew drivers were going to turn on Autopilot and then stop paying attention

    Tesla knew its customers were likely going to misuse its semi-autonomous Autopilot system, and tested all the ways that could happen, according to a government report released today on the fatal accident last year in Florida. “It appears that over the course of researching and developing Autopilot, Tesla considered the possibility that drivers could misuse the system in a variety of ways, including those identified above — i.e., through mode confusion, distracted driving, and use of the system outside preferred environments and conditions,” the report from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reads. “The potential for driver misuse was evaluated as part of Tesla’s design process and solutions were tested, validated, and incorporated into the wide release of the product,” the report states.

    Tesla knew its customers were likely going to misuse its semi-autonomous Autopilot system, and tested all the ways that could happen, according to a government report released today on the fatal accident last year in Florida. “It appears that over the course of researching and developing Autopilot, Tesla considered the possibility that drivers could misuse the system in a variety of ways, including those identified above — i.e., through mode confusion, distracted driving, and use of the system outside preferred environments and conditions,” the report from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reads. “The potential for driver misuse was evaluated as part of Tesla’s design process and solutions were tested, validated, and incorporated into the wide release of the product,” the report states.


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  • 23/26   Tesla knew drivers were going to turn on Autopilot and then stop paying attention

    Tesla knew its customers were likely going to misuse its semi-autonomous Autopilot system, and tested all the ways that could happen, according to a government report released today on the fatal accident last year in Florida. “It appears that over the course of researching and developing Autopilot, Tesla considered the possibility that drivers could misuse the system in a variety of ways, including those identified above — i.e., through mode confusion, distracted driving, and use of the system outside preferred environments and conditions,” the report from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reads. “The potential for driver misuse was evaluated as part of Tesla’s design process and solutions were tested, validated, and incorporated into the wide release of the product,” the report states.

    Tesla knew its customers were likely going to misuse its semi-autonomous Autopilot system, and tested all the ways that could happen, according to a government report released today on the fatal accident last year in Florida. “It appears that over the course of researching and developing Autopilot, Tesla considered the possibility that drivers could misuse the system in a variety of ways, including those identified above — i.e., through mode confusion, distracted driving, and use of the system outside preferred environments and conditions,” the report from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reads. “The potential for driver misuse was evaluated as part of Tesla’s design process and solutions were tested, validated, and incorporated into the wide release of the product,” the report states.


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  • 24/26   NY lawsuits blame social media in terror attacks

    The families of victims of terror attacks in Paris, Brussels and Israel are blaming social media companies including Facebook and Twitter for facilitating communications among terrorists. Twitter says ...

    The families of victims of terror attacks in Paris, Brussels and Israel are blaming social media companies including Facebook and Twitter for facilitating communications among terrorists. Twitter says ...


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  • 25/26   Tesla’s crash rate dropped 40 percent after Autopilot was installed, Feds say

    Tesla’s crash rate dropped 40 percent after the electric carmaker installed its semi-autonomous Autopilot software, government regulators reported today. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration just released its report on the May 2016 fatal accident involving a Tesla Model S. Within the document, the government reports that the number of crashes dropped dramatically after Tesla introduced Autopilot in 2015, a fact that would seem to bolster the company’s claims about the safety of semi-autonomous features in its vehicles.

    Tesla’s crash rate dropped 40 percent after the electric carmaker installed its semi-autonomous Autopilot software, government regulators reported today. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration just released its report on the May 2016 fatal accident involving a Tesla Model S. Within the document, the government reports that the number of crashes dropped dramatically after Tesla introduced Autopilot in 2015, a fact that would seem to bolster the company’s claims about the safety of semi-autonomous features in its vehicles.


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  • 26/26   Tesla’s crash rate dropped 40 percent after Autopilot was installed, Feds say

    Tesla’s crash rate dropped 40 percent after the electric carmaker installed its semi-autonomous Autopilot software, government regulators reported today. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration just released its report on the May 2016 fatal accident involving a Tesla Model S. Within the document, the government reports that the number of crashes dropped dramatically after Tesla introduced Autopilot in 2015, a fact that would seem to bolster the company’s claims about the safety of semi-autonomous features in its vehicles.

    Tesla’s crash rate dropped 40 percent after the electric carmaker installed its semi-autonomous Autopilot software, government regulators reported today. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration just released its report on the May 2016 fatal accident involving a Tesla Model S. Within the document, the government reports that the number of crashes dropped dramatically after Tesla introduced Autopilot in 2015, a fact that would seem to bolster the company’s claims about the safety of semi-autonomous features in its vehicles.


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