What do Japanese robot bartender, who knows how to maintain a meaningful dialogue with a person, and goggles for Airbus, which protect not only the eyes of the worker from dangerous items, but the aircraft that he assembles from mistakes?
If the answer is difficult, then here’s a hint. They have in common is the same as the French police motorcycle helmet, which recognize the numbers on the transport and shows him who wears it, useful information and e-Panda Bamboo from Microsoft, which knows a lot of foreign languages and is able to analyze emotional expressions.
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Two-year study of the Institute of transport Technical University of Denmark (Danmarks Tekniske Universitet) showed that the consumption by electric vehicles when driving above manufacturers claimed almost 50%.
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Øaeropoezd of the Soviet Union
History of technology is inexhaustible. Especially impressive are those chapters that are associated with inventions, did not go into production. Or almost gone. Flight of design thought seems particularly lush from a distance of 80 years. Meet sharopoezd, I almost turned the idea of rail in the USSR in 30-ies!
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Original taken from zimmer_1 in Why Muslims and Jews refrain from eating pork
Bacon and steak, sausages and sausages – it would seem that difficult. In fact, history shows that in the middle East pork was popular until the turn of the first Millennium BC What caused the local people to turn the meat of pigs in a strict taboo?
This phenomenon has occupied the minds of researchers for many centuries, and explanations he was offered a lot. One of the most popular points to the nomadic way of life: the pigs – animals are not that unpretentious “in the home”, and when the permanent change of residence it is difficult to overtake and even harder to transport in wagons.
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