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Despite this year's slowdown in AI investment in China, experts predict a transformative future for the industry.
The car has the ability to be charged both through outlets and through solar panels located on the body of the car.
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Urban transportation in developing countries is prioritised for massive investments, yet little is known about the determinants of urban mobility in these countries.
With their strong culture of mass-transit systems, Latin American and Caribbean cities could become urban mobility success stories by going digital.
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The age of autonomous cars could radically alter human behaviour and use of city streets, unless we implement safety precautions.
We can reach net zero emissions in our lifetime, explains one of the leading economists on climate change.
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At almost half of all new car sales last year, Norway has by far the highest proportion of electric vehicles of any country in the world.
Berlin's BVG transit authority will be offering women a discount of up to 21% on their fares, to highlight the country's gender gap.
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