A self-driving car could get sideswiped by another car, and the AI might be oblivious that this kind of car collision has even occurred.
“With the narrow-body 737 MAX grounded for over a year since two fatal crashes, building and selling more 787s has been crucial to Boeing’s financial recovery,” the Journal noted. Boeing has orders for 526 of the planes and has delivered almost 1,000.
A new paper by independent weather researcher Mila Zinkova published in the journal Weather suggests that magnetic and electric interferences associated with a temporary disturbance of the Earth's magnetosphere that night contributed to the Titanic disaster.
Many emergency service organizations have no formalized plan for where their organization plans to be in five years. My belief is that the idea of strategic planning scares most organizations.
Amid five days of heavy smoke from wildfires rated as unhealthy to hazardous, Washington state and federal safety inspectors are investigating the collapse Sunday of a pier on Seattle’s waterfront that injured several workers.
A number of elderly people do not know how to use the COVID-fighting computer apps, which are generally found on a smartphone, laptop or tablet.
Should social workers respond to violations by a homeless person instead of police? Statistics reveal the homeless, who often suffer from mental illness, engage in troubling criminal behavior. As a compromise, some agencies have created a homeless outreach program with officers, medics, and mental health professionals. Learn the pros and cons of such a program.
We always deploy resources to respond to disasters like Hurricane Laura. But deploying resources needs buy-in from many agencies to work effectively.
In this episode of AMU Disaster Crew, Sylvia Longmire, founder of Spin The Globe, discusses her experience traveling the globe in a wheelchair, her favorite ways to travel, and why it's so important for people with disabilities to be vocal advocates for accessibility rights.