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    Jeep’s future tech may include follow-me drones and off-road autonomy

    Jeep is detailing a battery-powered future with some interesting new innovations. Jeep Jeep’s off-road SUV leadership is under fire in a way that hasn’t happened in decades. Between the launch of Ford’s new Bronco and Bronco Sport, Land Rover’s reborn Defender and Toyota’s ever-growing onslaught of TRD models, Stellantis’ 4×4 brand is facing unprecedented pressure. Casting a wary eye up the trail, the iconic marque is telegraphing that it’s ready to bring a raft of new innovations to the segment in order to hold onto its position as the SUV world embraces electrification. At Thursday’s multi-hour Stellantis EV  

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    Fabricating fully functional drones | MIT News

    From Star Trek’s replicators to Richie Rich’s wishing machine, popular culture has a long history of parading flashy machines that can instantly output any item to a user’s delight.  While 3D printers have now made it possible to produce a range of objects that include product models, jewelry, and novelty toys, we still lack the ability to fabricate more complex devices that are essentially ready-to-go right out of the printer.  A group from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) recently developed a new system to print functional, custom-made devices and robots, without human intervention. Their single system uses  

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