- Waymo self-driving cars in Arizona have had their tires slashed, and some of the vehicles’ safety drivers have had guns pulled on them, the Arizona Republic reports.
- Twenty-one instances of people attacking Waymo cars have been recorded, according to the Arizona Republic, citing police reports.
- It’s a fraction of overall traffic incidents — but the instances highlight a common fear people have about tech innovations. Continue reading… “People are attacking Waymo’s self-driving cars in Arizona by slashing tires and, in some cases, pulling guns on the safety drivers”
A phone booth with a new purpose.
The days of the phone booth may be numbered in New York City: with the flood of smartphones, vandalism and lack of maintenance, it may be time to re-think how else they might be used. Local architect John Locke’s proposition is to convert them into communal libraries or book drops, complete with brightly coloured shelving, much like your bricks-and-mortar institutions…
While children look up to and aspire to be like a positive family member or peer, they are more likely to imitate traits of other role models — including negative role models, which can lead to behavioral problems, according to a Kansas State University researcher.
We’re pretty sure these guys need to be shot
Vandals used a hammer and screwdriver to vandalize England’s world-famous Stonehenge ancient monument, the first such incident for decades, officials said on Thursday.