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Wild Idea Buffalo Co. in South Dakota Introduces Wild Idea Work Boots – Watch the Film

A Wild Idea – Bison, a Boot and a Family’s Work to Save the Prairie

Tiny Brain Implant Lets People Control Computers With Their Thoughts

The device is only as big as a paperclip, but it’s capable of assisting a human with many tasks on computer.

Electric 1977 K5 Blazer shows off Chevy’s drop-n-drive eCrate package

The 1977 K5 Blazer-E looks like every other hard-nosed two-door K5 utility vehicle out there, but instead of a V8 grumbling away under its hood it relies upon a 200-hp Bolt EV-derived electric powertrain.

Tesla’s Autopilot a ‘distant second’ to GM’s Super Cruise system in Consumer Reports testing

The Autopilot system tested by Consumer Reports was not the so-called Full-Self Driving Capability update the automaker began beta testing this month. Consumer Reports previously called the system a misnomer as it offers “cutting edge, even cool” updates but it’s not fully self-driving.

AI Robots to Repair Potholes for Fraction of the Cost of Humans

“The proposed system will be able to autonomously detect and characterize road defects such as cracks and potholes, assess and predict the severity of such defects and fix cracks so that they do not evolve into potholes,” he continued.

Introducing Decoder, a new podcast about big ideas and other problems launching Nov. 10

I’m going to interview executives from the worlds of tech and business, policymakers from across government, and a few other assorted troublemakers about the problems they’re solving, the trade-offs they have to make, and the opportunities they see in the future.

Senator Jon Tester sponsors legislation designating 17 wild and scenic rivers in Montana

The number of miles of wild and scenic rivers in Montana would jump by nearly 87% under legislation to be introduced by Democratic U.S. Sen. Jon Tester.

NorthWestern Energy to begin replacing vehicles with electric alternatives this year

NorthWestern Energy is looking to update its 1,200 vehicle fleet with electric options, signaling its intention to make 30 percent of its light-duty and new bucket vehicles, along with 20 percent of its new medium and heavy-duty vehicles and all-new forklifts, electric by 2030.

Yellowstone picks Canyon for pilot automated shuttle

Driverless, electric, low-speed shuttle vehicles are coming to Yellowstone National Park — and soon.

Traffic Signals in Vegas Could Soon Have a Mind of Their Own

Officials are already able to virtually monitor activity in Las Vegas parks in real time, freeing up staff to handle other needs, but in the future, traffic signals in Sin City could have a mind of their own, predicting when auto volumes will increase and adjusting accordingly.