Artificial intelligence in connected cars has reduced rush hour congestion

Travis Lawler Associated Press NASHVILLE, Tennessee – As millions of people travel the interstates this Thanksgiving, many more will encounter patches of traffic that are at a standstill for no apparent reason – with no construction or accidents. Researchers say the problem is you. Human drivers don’t do a good job of navigating in heavy … Read more

Wildlife is more sensitive to humans than thought

Eli Frankovich Idaho statesman We have a problem people. That was the message Laura Brugg received from US Park Service in Glacier Bay, Alaska, several years ago. To Broe, who studies human-wildlife interactions in the relatively crowded state of Washington, that claim seemed a bit exaggerated. After all, only 40,000 people visit the 3.2 million-acre … Read more