VW demanded money to rescue a child
Admits processes were breached
Adolf Hitler's favourite car company, VW has been handed a PR disaster after it insisted that police hand over $150 to switch on tracking on a stolen car and placed a kidnapped child at risk.
US Air Force experimenting with facial recognition on drones
Can find and kill you
New Scientist magazine has found a contract between the US Air Force and a defence firm that shows the government uses reconnaissance and surveillance drones equipped with facial recognition to aid in special operations missions.
Musk’s Pro-Russian stance might harm Starlink’s service
Elon [look at me] Musk’s erratic pro-Russian stance might not help his Starlink satellite service, which has suddenly become the target of Chinese tech.
Brits might ban foreign self driving cars
We just can't trust you with a roundabout
The remote driving of vehicles from overseas, such as for the delivery of rental cars, could be banned in the UK.
Amazon tests robotic taxis in California
Using its own employees as guinea pigs
Amazon is testing a fleet of robotaxis on public roads in California, using employees as guinea pigs.