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The most memorable moments of Elon Musk so far in 2018

BY MARCUS GILMER From Mashable Few people have had a wide-ranging — and weird — 2018 as SpaceX and Telsa head Elon Musk. He’s made new friends, hit new milestones, and managed to make a lot of people mad. Musk…

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Elon Musk ordered Tesla engineers to stop doing a critical brake test on Model 3s

By Linette Lopez 2h Tesla CEO Elon Musk ordered his employees to stop putting nearly finished Model 3s through a critical test before leaving the company’s factory in Fremont, California, according to an internal document viewed by Business Insider. It’s…

How big data drives Tesla

By Albert Ahdoot from Colcation America Thirteen years ago Elon Musk and a group of engineers formed a car company in Silicon Valley with one simple goal, “to prove that electric cars could be better than gasoline-powered cars.” Since then,…

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How many Model 3’s has Tesla actually built? This estimator tracks production

By Yoni Heisler From BGR Tesla’s production troubles with the Model 3 are still an ongoing concern for the EV maker, with Elon Musk just a few months back conceding that Tesla was in the midst of “production hell.” Though…

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SpaceX confirms it lost the center core of the Falcon Heavy

By Swapna Krishna From engadget This doesn’t diminish the success of the mission, though SpaceX pulled off quite the feat when it launched the Falcon Heavy rocket. What’s more, it landed the two flanking boosters in perfect synchronized formation. But…

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Most people worry robots will replace human jobs, just not their own

BY PATRICK KULP From Mashable Robots may be driving cars, appealing tickets, and working construction, but they don’t have a whole lot of popular support. That’s according to a new Pew Research study Wednesday that found around twice as many…

Unmanned SLS launch

NASA study finds first SLS launch should be unmanned for safety By Rob LeFebvre From engadget The cost of adding astronauts to a maiden voyage is prohibitive. It’s an exciting time for spaceflight, for sure. Both NASA and SpaceX have…

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What Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg both get wrong about AI

BY PETE PACHAL From Mashable Artificial intelligence — software with the ability to observe, analyze, and act on its own — will play a big part in shaping our future. But will it destroy it? It’s a serious question, at…

2 ex-Tesla engineers are using an old trick from Elon Musk to build their new startup

By Danielle Muoi From Business Insider Self-driving cars rely on high-definition maps to know exactly where they are even if GPS fails. Tesla collects data from its cars to build these maps for its Autopilot and self-driving-car efforts. Two former…

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SpaceX rocket explodes at Cape Canaveral ahead of launch

From BBC A rocket operated by the aerospace company SpaceX has exploded on the launch pad at Cape Canaveral where it was being test-fired ahead of a launch. The force of the blast shook buildings several miles away and sent…