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Are Roboshuttles Coming to Florida Cities in the Near Future?

There are many companies working on driverless vehicles. Tesla, Waymo, GM’s Cruise, Uber, Baidu and Lyft are all focused on designing safe personal vehicles that can […]

Building Storm-Resistant Structures in the Aftermath of Hurricane Michael

Hurricane Michael ravaged the Florida panhandle and caused havoc in several Southern states that were battered by powerful winds and inundated with flooding. Estimates vary wildly […]

Tampa Leading the Country in Smart City Development

Tampa is the third largest city in Florida and is one of the fastest growing. One of Tampa’s growth goals is to become a major national […]

Businesses Need to Build a Cooperative Future with AI

Though many industry insiders have predicted that artificial intelligence (AI) will lead to massive layoffs, a recent study conducted by SAP and the Economist Intelligence Unit […]

Walmart Tests Driverless Car Grocery Pickup Service

The future is here and will soon be delivering groceries. Multinational retail chain Walmart has partnered with Waymo, Google’s self-driving car project, to test a pilot […]

6 Ways to Stop Those Annoying Robocalls

Is your cell phone flooded with calls from robots and telemarketers? You’re not alone. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the nation’s top telecom regulator, reports that […]

How Will Driverless Vehicles Impact the Auto and Insurance Industry?

By Clint Rhoton While it may seem like a scene out of a science-fiction novel, self-driving cars are now a reality. Even more incredible is that […]

Smartphone Entry Security Challenge for the Auto Industry

A hot topic within the auto industry today centers around connected vehicles. A connected vehicle is wired with cutting-edge technology and “connected” to the internet.  Auto […]

5 Tips to Help Your Job Posting Stand Out

Recruiting is becoming progressively more challenging in the current climate. Your job posting is often your very first contact with a potential employee, and in this […]

Solar Project in Central Florida to Serve Municipal Utilities

The Florida Municipal Power Agency has announced a new large-scale solar energy project that is expected to start operating in 2020. The new project is expected […]