Cars deliver packages.
Jane king is at the nasdaq with those stories and more in today's tech report.
Ford is teaming up with a robotics firm on a self-driving delivery project which features a two-legged robot carrying packages from the car to your front door.
The robot, named digit, is made by agility robotics.
It moves like a human and can lift packages weighing up to 40 pounds.
The robot is able to react to situations like being bumped while maintaining its balance.
It can also climb up and down stairs and navigate uneven terrain.
* * * * facial recognition is a bipartisan concern on capitol hill.
San francisco last week became the first city to ban the use of facial recognition from government agencies, but there's no federal legislation to provide that protection across the country.
The only federal legislation on facial recognition so far is a bipartisan bill that limits how businesses can use that data but there're no regulations on how government agencies can use it.
* * * * tesla stock dropped for a 6th straight session.
Tesla is down 20 percent since may 2nd on worries about it meeting production and sales targets.
Consumer reports warned this week that a recent update to tesla's autopilot driver assistance software does not work well and could be unsafe.
* * * * "fortnite' developer epic game has launched a special crossover event with nike's jordan brand.
The bundle is available for 1,800 v-bucks, the equivalent of $18.