How the flying car works

The wings fold when in it is in car mode and the car can travel at speeds of up to 90 mph. The wings then unfold for flight mode in which it can cruise at a speed of 115 mph for up to 500 miles on a tank of unleaded gasoline.

The "roadable aircraft" is powered by the same 100-bhp engine whether it is on the ground or in the air.

via Terrafugia Transition: How the flying car works - Telegraph.

IBM Researchers Go Way Beyond AI With Cat-Like Cognitive Computing

IBM researchers have developed a cognitive computer simulation that mimics the way a cat brain processes thought, and they expect to be able to mimic human thought processes within a decade. "A cognitive computer could quickly and accurately put together the disparate pieces of any complex data puzzle and help people make good decisions rapidly," said Daniel Kantor, medical director of Neurologique.


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