Anthony C. LoBaido is a journalist, ghostwriter and photographer. He has worked in 53 nations around the world – from Laos to Lebanon, from Belize to Botswana and from Nepal to Namibia. He also published a book on the Kurds. Some of LoBaido’s favorite stories include attending the British Army’s jungle warfare training in Central America, retracing Lawrence of Arabia’s World War I trek through Syria, Lebanon, Jordan and Saudi Arabia, investigating the blood diamonds of Sierra Leone as popularized in the Leonardo DiCaprio film by the same name, meeting “CNN hero” Aki Ra at one of his landmine digs in northern Cambodia, working with Time Magazine’s “Hero of Asia” Lek Chailert on her crusade to assist injured and abused elephants in Southeast Asia, rescuing HIV/Aids throw-away babies in the garbage dumps of Cape Town, South Africa, as well as visiting a leper colony in Myanmar. LoBaido’s articles have been cited by Ivy League universities such as Princeton and the University of Pennsylvania. As a photographer, LoBaido made National Geographic in 2014.
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The Human Brain – The Final Barrier to Autonomous Driving
Oct 19, 2016 11:50 PM WST
When we think about the navigational systems that will be used in “future cars,” like so many things, major changes will ensue. One of the biggest might be GPS navigation giving way to cellular signals.
Oct 19, 2016 6:45 PM WST
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The future arrived in wave after wave of splendor as international tech giant LeEco showed off its many wares at a San Francisco gala held on Oct. 19, 2016. Amid pulsating trendy techno music, dazzling lights and grand on-stage performances from the erudite and visionary LeEco hosts, visitors were treated to an almost perfect event attended by more than 1,700 people.
Oct 17, 2016 11:25 PM WST
Our daily lives are filled with technological marvels that people living even 100 years ago could only dream about. But when technology fails – and it often does – there are some increasingly troubling side effects to contemplate.
Oct 16, 2016 7:55 PM WST
Editor’s Note: This is a new series addressing the technological barriers to the development of autonomous cars and how each of these barriers will be addressed from an engineering standpoint.
Oct 14, 2016 12:50 AM WST
NextEV Gala Celebrates Autonomous Vehicle Testing Permit
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The first U.S. space-based GPS system was called “TRANSIT.” It was already in operation in 1960. Within 20 years times, the system had improved tremendously. By the early 1980’s, global consumer culture received a boost from the birth of MTV, CNN, and the rise of America’s national newspaper, the USA Today. Globalization was shifting into a higher gear, even during the Cold War, as the ground was being sewn with American “cultural soft power.”