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Detroit: The next Silicon Valley?

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  • Senate committee grills tech giants over online terrorism 

    On Wednesday, representatives from Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter testified before a Senate committee about each platform's commitment to fighting terrorism on social media.

  • The Netherlands' continuous fight against floods 

    With much of their country below sea level, the Dutch have always had to innovate to keep themselves dry. From man-made lakes to parks that double as reservoirs for excess water, part of the solution, it seems, lies in living with the water, rather than resisting it with large, unsightly levees.

  • World's largest desalinated water reservoir unveiled in the desert 

    On Monday, the United Arab Emirates unveiled the world's largest desalinated water reserve in the middle of the Liwa desert. It holds 5.6 billion gallons of water and cost $435 million to build.

  • Uber Exec Bozoma Saint John: 'I feel like a hustler' 

    Bozoma Saint John, Chief Brand Officer at Uber, says she feels there is a "spotlight" on her as an African-American female executive in Silicon Valley.

  • Uber Exec: We can't let women at Uber down 

    Bozoma Saint John is committed to bringing more diversity and inclusion to Uber. She tells CNN's Poppy Harlow that women at Uber need support, "I don't want women flocking out the door."

  • Uber exec: Kalanick was 'desperate,' I wanted to help  

    Bozoma Saint John joined Uber as Chief Brand Officer six months ago with a "personal mission" to turn around the company's culture after sexual harassment within Uber, numerous lawsuits and leadership shakeups.

  • Meet the Godfather of autonomous cars 

    All stories start somewhere, and the story of the driverless car begins in a research lab in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where Carnegie Mellon University Professor Red Whittaker was one of the first to develop a fully autonomous driving machine. This is what it took for this technology to go from fantasy to reality.

  • Driving without a driver 

    Autonomous vehicles will reshape how we live in more ways than you think.

  • Driver death rate: Zero 

    More than 1.25 million people die every year in auto accidents. Driverless cars could change that.