The new world’s oldest competitive sprinter is now entering the Guinness World Record book at the age of 105. Just after he retires, he was not doing much. In fact, all he did was playing Japanese chest with friends or he was practicing calligraphy.
As his friends started to die from old age, he wanted to do something he could do by himself, alone. At the age of 93, he started to practice sprint. He completed his first 100-meter sprint at the age of 96.
This man, Hidekichi Miyazaki, father of 4 and grandfather of 10, completed the 100-meter sprint in 42.22 seconds on Wednesday. As a serious... [+] Read more
Lately, Boeing had released photos of its new coming Boeing 737 MAX 8, to be done before the end of this year. The new 737 MAX will be the new rival of the already known Airbus A320neo. Therefore, the 737 MAX is not only a new plane, but it is a whole project on improving the fuel-efficiency of planes.
Just the new design of its winglets will offer 1.8% additional fuel-efficiency, and this new version of the 737 will be 20% more effective than the basic 737. Even though Boeing has received 1,231 less requests for their 737 MAX 8 than Airbus had for their A320neo, it is still persuaded that it... [+] Read more
Past Friday, Toyota Motor Corporation announced a contribution of $50 million robotics and artificial intelligence research effort, teamed with the Stanford University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, with the objective of creating an intelligent car.
Lead by Former Pentagon Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Gill Pratt, this project will focus its effort on advanced A.I. technologies to help human being better.
Toyota sees the cars of the future to be like guardian angels. The world’s largest carmaker wants his future cars to be human helpers, and not human substitutes.... [+] Read more