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6th December 2018

World's largest container shipping group pledges to go carbon neutral by 2050

Danish conglomerate Maersk, the world's largest container ship and supply vessel operator, has announced a plan to cut its carbon emissions to zero by 2050.

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21st November 2018

World's first TV advert scripted entirely by AI

Luxury carmaker Lexus has used IBM's Watson to create the first TV advert scripted entirely by artificial intelligence.

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23rd October 2018

London firm to launch self-driving taxis by 2021

Addison Lee and Oxbotica have agreed a wide-ranging strategic alliance that accelerates the adoption of autonomous vehicles on London's streets.

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20th September 2018

Swiss tech company raises $80m for holographic AR displays in cars

WayRay has announced $80 million in Round C funding. This new investment will enable the development of futuristic, holographic AR solutions for cars.

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1st August 2018

Nanotechnology and innovation in vehicle manufacture

A guest piece by car expert and all-round motoring enthusiast, Giles Kirkland.

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1st August 2018

Robots could revolutionise the future of engine maintenance

British aerospace company Rolls-Royce has demonstrated its vision of how robotics could revolutionise the future of engine maintenance.

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11th June 2018

Car vending machines appearing in the U.S.

Fully automated, coin-operated car vending machines have now been introduced by Carvana in more than 10 cities around the United States.

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1st June 2018

Drones could add £42bn to UK economy by 2030

Drone technology has the potential to increase the UK's GDP by £42 billion (or about 2%) by 2030, according to new research from PwC.

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