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Call out a request and AI-powered Alexa will play your favorite song or order you a pizza. And Amazon Web Services just keeps growing.
What the Echo Dot, the most affordable device to feature Alexa Voice Service, sells for.
China’s leading search engine is developing autonomous cars, backed by a big research and engineering team in Silicon Valley.
Baidu plans to employ more than 100 autonomous-car researchers and engineers in California by year’s end.
The world’s largest DNA-sequencing company is moving beyond simply selling equipment to expand its uses: a company it’s launching, Grail, intends to develop a blood test that would screen for cancer before symptoms appear.
Revenue reached last year, up 19 percent from the previous year.
4 Tesla Motors
While advancing autopilot technology in its Model S and X cars, the company is taking electric vehicles mainstream with its $35,000 Model 3 car, which already has 400,000 pre-orders.
According to CEO Elon Musk, drivers have a 50 percent lower chance of having an accident when driving with Tesla Autopilot.
5 Aquion Energy
Its innovative batteries for the power grid make this startup unusually successful in a tough industry.
Include Bill Gates, Shell.
A leader in making driver assistance technology such as collision warning systems for clients including Tesla, General Motors, and Volkswagen, among others, it is working on advances that will enable fully autonomous cars.
Number of employees who are annotating the images used to train its autonomous driving system.
After a two-year moratorium, 23andMe has resumed selling direct-to-consumer DNA tests that assess risk for genetic diseases.
The company has sequenced the DNA of more than one million customers.
Its DeepMind business inside Google developed an AI program that beat one of the world’s best players at the board game Go.
Number of miles Alphabet’s autonomous cars have driven so far.
9 Spark Therapeutics
Very strong trial data on its gene therapy for a form of blindness implies that the treatment is headed for approval.
Corporate collaborators have included Pfizer, Genable Technologies, and Clearside Biomedical.
This Chinese telecommunications giant is now the world’s third-largest smartphone vendor thanks to strong sales in both premium and entry-level devices.
Number of smartphones Huawei shipped in the first quarter of 2016, according to market researcher IDC.