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Latest Technology News – US startup unveils tech to turn normal helicopters self-driving

— OnePlus to announce ‘something special’ at CES 2020, says CEO Pete Lau —
OnePlus has announced that it will hold its first major event at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show, one of the largest technology trade shows in the US, which will be held next month in Las Vegas. OnePlus founder and CEO Pete Lau tweeted about the ‘special event’ at the CES and said that the company will showcase “something special”.
— US startup unveils tech to turn normal helicopters self-driving —
US-based autonomous helicopter startup Skyryse unveiled technology which could potentially turn normal helicopters into self-driving ones, through a modified FAA-approved helicopter ‘Luna’. Called the “Skyryse Flight Stack”, the system could enable future fleets of air taxis to fly themselves over cities, the startup claimed. It also includes sensor pads on the ground, called “smart helipads”.
— PewDiePie deletes his Twitter account with 19 million followers —
YouTube creator PewDiePie, whose real name is Felix Kjellberg, deleted his Twitter account which had over 19 million followers on Monday after uploading a video on YouTube titled “I hate twitter”. He said the platform rewards virtue-signalling and “constant posturing”. PewDiePie had announced that he will be taking a break from YouTube early next year, saying he is “very tired”.
— Make AI mandatory subject for Japan college entrance: SoftBank CEO —
Japanese conglomerate SoftBank’s Founder and CEO Masayoshi Son on Tuesday, at a forum by the Japanese government, said Japan should make artificial intelligence (AI) a mandatory subject for college entrance exams. Son suggested the same in a bid to counter the gap with the US and China. “Japan has lost the past…may be losing the future,” he added.
— Health records of 15 million Canadians compromised in cyberattack on lab —
Law enforcement agencies have launched an investigation after Canadian laboratory services provider LifeLabs on Tuesday revealed that a cyberattack compromised data of up to 15 million Canadians or nearly half the population. The company admitted to a cyberattack that involved unauthorised access to its computer systems. The company also said it paid an undisclosed sum to hackers to retrieve data.


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