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This is Lamborghini's vision of the future.

This may be the Aventador replacement.

Like an animal in nature, transitioning between walking and flying.

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Now you're cooking with science.

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Graviky Labs is turning air pollution into useable ink.

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3 schools qualified for the first Hyperloop competition in Hawthorne, CA.

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MIT website examines moral dilemmas facing driverless cars.

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Fewer vehicles would be more efficient, MIT argues.

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The secret lies in the metal-organic frameworks.

Raise your hand if you know what a metal-organic framework is. We didn't.

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We don't drive as much as we think we do.

Even a Nissan Leaf would work for almost everyone.

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For MIT students, it will be like taking Uber to class.

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M.I.T's "Duckietown" allows researchers perfect the complex sciences behind autonomous driving. This video shows off their work. Eddie Sabatini reports on this edition of Autoblog Minute.

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If you don't need traffic lights, there's no reason to install them.

The way we change transport could change the way our cities look. It probably will, in fact.

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If the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has its way, the future of personal transportation might be smart intersections rather than self-driving cars.

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Researchers including those at MIT are envisioning the roadways of the future.

The School Will Build A Vehicle To Test On The First Hyperloop Track

The SpaceX design competition for a Hyperloop pod was won by a group of MIT students.

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Paving The Way For A Robotic Future

The Toyota Research Institute announces the first hires for its technical team working on artificial intelligence and robotics.

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We, For One, Welcome Our New Robot Overlords

Toyota is dedicating itself to research into artificial intelligence, announcing a partnership with MIT and Stanford University.

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Ahead of autonomous vehicles, lightweighting, and hydrogen fuel cells, the MIT Technology Review puts vehicle-to-vehicle communications on its list of Ten Breakthrough Technologies of 2015. But with car hacking making more headlines more frequently, will V2V be just another way to for your car to be remotely commandeered?

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People rightfully dislike wireless signals being transmitted from the person behind the wheel when they text while drive, but there are times when a car's wireless signals can be good news. Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have found a way to use wireless signals under the hood to help cut pollution from heavy-duty vehicles such as diesel-powered trucks. That's something we can get behind.