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How to build an AI-powered mobile oil company

Oil company Exxon Mobil is working on a mobile oil-fielding robot that can run on oil and gas.

The machine will use sensors and actuators to navigate the drilling field and drill oil, gas, or mineral deposits in remote locations, according to the company.

The company will be able to drill oil and natural gas from up to 100 feet away.

The device can also automatically detect whether there are rocks nearby, analyze data on surface properties and determine if a rock is a good location for oil drilling.

It will also be able drill oil from up a meter deep, which is equivalent to drilling a well about a mile away, according the company’s website.

The company is working with a team of 20 engineers from Carnegie Mellon University, Carnegie Mellon Robotics, Carnegie Institution of Technology, and Texas Instruments, the company said in a statement.

It also has a partner company, Drexel University, that will help develop the machine, the statement said.

The announcement comes a few weeks after the University of Texas at Austin also announced plans to build a self-driving car.

Samsung to invest $1 billion in mobile atm in India

Samsung Electronics is set to invest more than $1.3 billion to develop and scale up its mobile business in India.

The Samsung Mobile atm division will also become the first mobile operator in the country to offer free internet access to its users.

Samsung has been exploring opportunities to expand its mobile phone business in the region for more than a decade and has recently invested in several companies, including India’s Snapdeal, Paytm and Flipkart.

Samsung will now be working with a range of startups and private-sector partners to bring the mobile atem business to the Indian market, Samsung CEO Joon Kwon Cheol said in a statement.

The company said it will invest more in the business to build on the success of the Samsung Mobile Mobile atem division.

Samsung will also start a mobile payment platform called Tmall to serve its customers and expand its business in this segment.

This will also help Samsung to provide its users with the best mobile experiences, the company said.

Samsung’s investment comes after the US-based company had announced plans to invest in its mobile payment business in 2016.

Samsung had also invested in Flipkarts mobile payments division in 2015.