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ICYMI: Ford night riding, AI sphere that delivers and moreWhether or not you want to drink the water it extrudes is another matter.
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Today on In Case You Missed It: Ford is testing self-driving cars on a completely dark night course, designed to be used without headlights. An automation company built a flying sphere that can pick up and deliver things with a very sphincter-like gripper system. And Schaft Inc. is showing off its new bipedal robot that can walk on rocky beaches easily.
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ICYMI: Ford night riding, AI sphere that delivers and more