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IBM

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IBM COGNITIVE TECHNOLOGIES TO HELP UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN POWER ITS RACE CAR DURING WORLD SOLAR CHALLENGE

**COMMERCIAL IMAGE** In this photo distributed by Feature Photo Service for IBM: IBM Research today announced that it is providing advanced solar forecasting technology to help the University of Michigan (UM) team power its solar car in the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge, an 1,800-mile (3,000-kilometer) race across the Australian Outback. The UM student team will leverage IBM Research's cognitive computing expertise to gain real-time insights into conditions such as cloud cover and wind patterns as well as determine how much solar power will be available to fuel their car along the course race. As the car is solely powered by solar energy, more accurate forecasts can help the UM students decide how to drive their car more efficiently and improve their chances for winning. (Feature Photo Service for IBM)

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AP Images

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Yanfeng Automotive Interiors Design

IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR YANFENG AUTOMOTIVE INTERIORS - This image released on Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2015 shows a Yanfeng Automotive designed car interior. The designers from Yanfeng Automotive Interiors have developed technologies they predict will meet the future needs of autonomous driving. Once in auto-drive mode, the steering wheel automatically retracts to create more space. A rotating table comes out of a redefined floor console, and in combination with an 18-degree swiveling seatback, creates freedom for the driver to engage in other activities and interact more comfortably with the second row passengers. Images and press materials can be downloaded at http://www.apassignments.com/newsaktuell. (Yanfeng Automotive Interiors/obs via AP Images)

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HARMAN

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2015 New York International Auto Show

IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR HARMAN - Ford Motor Company CEO Mark Fields, left, and HARMAN CEO Dinesh Paliwal celebrate the introduction of the Lincoln Continental concept car, featuring the Revel luxury audio system, ahead of the 2015 New York International Auto Show, at HARMAN’s New York Flagship Store on Sunday, March 29, 2015 in New York. (Photo by HARMAN via AP Images)

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Advance Auto Parts

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Advance Auto Parts Check Presentation

**COMMERCIAL IMAGE**In this photograph taken by AP Images for Advance Auto Parts, Morgan Schafer, left, regional vice president for Advance Auto Parts, presents a check for $25,000 to Amy Palmer, second from left, co-founder of Operation Homefront, alongside Greg Johnson, right, senior vice president of Advance Auto Parts, and Sgt. Eric Lee, a veteran of Desert Storm, in an Advance Auto Parts store in Collingdale, Pa. Wed., Aug. 4, 2010. The money will be used by Operation Homefront to support active duty soldiers and veterans across the country, and Advance Auto Parts also kicked off its search for active and veteran military families in the region eligible to receive a $2,500 donation for car repairs in gratitude for their service. (Mark Stehle/AP Images for Advance Auto Parts)

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Advance Auto Parts

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Advance Auto Parts Check Presentation

**COMMERCIAL IMAGE**In this photograph taken by AP Images for Advance Auto Parts, Morgan Schafer, right, regional vice president for Advance Auto Parts, talks during a press conference at an Advance Auto Parts store in Collingdale, Pa. to present a check for $25,000 to Amy Palmer, left, co-founder of Operation Homefront, alongside Sgt. Eric Lee, a veteran of Desert Storm, and to kick off Advance Auto Parts' search for active and veteran military families in the region eligible to receive a $2,500 donation for car repairs in gratitude for their service Wed., Aug. 4, 2010. (Mark Stehle/AP Images for Advance Auto Parts)

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TGMWI ZAP

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ZAP to Unveil Alias Performance

The ZAP Alias from electric car pioneer ZAP will debut to auto dealers January 24-27 in New Orleans at NADA, the National Automobile Dealers Association annual conference and exposition. (Market Wire)

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