Giant robots powered by AI are being trained to 3D print rockets to take humans to space

These days, there's nothing robots can't do, even rocket science. An ambitious new startup in California is training an AI to manage 3-D printers as they manufacture rockets for space. Miami Out-Bungles Washington in Race to the N.F.L.s Bottom. The two winless teams met and anyone who watched lost. A Big Step by Coco Gauff, Huge Leaps for a Tennis Youth Movement. On Friday, Gauff reached her first singles semifinal, and the next generation upset Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer. A Scotch Makers Challenge First Brexit. Now Tariffs. The 25 percent U.S. tariffs to be imposed Friday are causing headaches for single malt distilleries, already struggling with Brexit. JEFF POWELL Crolla will acquit himself honourably againstLomachenko. JEFF POWELL That Crolla is brave, there can be no doubt, and not only because he fights for a living so nobly. This Friday in LA he will take his chances against Lomachenko. As Russian Money Poured Into Cannabis, Giuliani Allies Scrambled to Partake. Russian investors have flocked to the U.S. cannabis industry in recent years. One venture involving associates of Rudy Giuliani drew the scrutiny of federal investigators. Time-lapse photo reveals Earth's dazzling street lights, fires and thunderstorms from orbit. Stunning circular star trails can be seen in the sky while light sources from earth including major cities appear as pale-yellow dotted streaks. The image was captured as the ISS passed over Namibia. 'I can't get my hands on my 40,000 pension pot' TONY HETHERINGTON investigates. T.R. writes Early this year, I contacted Aviva but was told the trust deed was lost. This is not my problem, but Aviva declines to let me access my own money. Bailout could grant disgraced WeWork founder $1.7B golden parachute. SoftBank is bailing out WeWork in a deal that will give the Japanese tech company almost total ownership of the troubled office space startup. It will also give disgraced founder Adam Neumann a chance to walk away with a massive $1.7 billion payout. Tulsi Gabbard continues to rip into Hillary Clinton saying 'Step down from your throne'. Democratic presidential hopeful Tulsi Gabbard continued to ream into Hillary Clinton on Tuesday night, slamming her foreign policy as a 'disaster' that cost millions of lives. Monopoly-themed attraction to open in Hong Kong. Hong Kong's Victoria Peak, home to the world's two most expensive properties, will soon have a new neighbor -- the top-hat wearing, mustachioed Rich Uncle Pennybags, aka Mr. Monopoly. That New Alzheimers Drug? Dont Get Your Hopes Up Yet. After declaring aducanumab a failure, the manufacturer now says the drug may help slow cognitive decline in certain patients. Some experts are skeptical. World's best restaurants 2019 are named by TripAdvisor, with eateries in China and Birmingham ranked. They have been handed the accolades as part of TripAdvisor's 2019 Travellers' Choice Awards for Restaurants. A restaurant in Paris came second and an eatery in Italy is third. 12 New Books We Recommend This Week. Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.

As U.S. Leaves Allies in Syria, Kurdish Commander Struggles With Fallout. Mazlum Kobani, whose Kurdish-led force fought the Islamic State in Syria, fears that a complete United States withdrawal could endanger his people and allow the jihadists to regroup. Saudi developer Dar Al Arkan sells $600 mln in Islamic bonds. Saudi Arabian real estate developer Dar Al Arkan is set to raise $600 million through an issuance of sukuk, or Islamic bonds, a document issued by one of the banks leading the deal showed on Wednesday. Working long hours could make you BALD. Researchers from South Korea found men within this age range who worked more than 52 hours a week lost their hair at twice the speed of those who spent less than 40 hours in the office. Eden Project to go ahead with 17m geothermal 'energy revolution'. The Cornish environmental attraction will at first generate enough heat and power to run its own facilities but then plans to branch out and provide power for local homes.

John Giorno on His Most Precious Possession. The artist, poet and activist, who died on Friday at 82, spoke to T last week about a Buddhist statue he kept at his home in New York. Climate change hampers progress on fighting epidemics Global Fund. Climate change is making it harder to eradicate deadly epidemics, with rising temperatures helping mosquitoes spread malaria in higher places in Africa, the head of a global health fund said on Tuesday. Lynn Swann Resigns as U.S.C.s Athletic Director. Though Swann has not been accused of wrongdoing, U.S.C. has been the subject of two F.B.I. investigations since he took over in 2016. 1969 Student Protesters Paralyze Tokyo in Anti-War Demonstrations. Nearly 800 rallies were held in the capital and across Japan to demand the repeal of a security treaty with the U.S. and the immediate return of Okinawa.
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