High above Iraq and Syria, Global Hawks are undoubtedly taking images of potential Islamic State targets and snatching up radio chatter.
JASON advisory group says Elon Musk’s singularity warnings are unfounded, but a focus on AI for the Dept. of Defense is integral.
The propeller-driven, winged robots, each the size of a beer can and weighing just one pound, could fly ahead of human pilots, scouting for targets, distracting enemy forces, or even attacking targets on their own.
Britain's top lawyer clarifies the laws on preemptive strikes and self defence, stating no specific evidence is needed on a target to launch an attack.
Drones, 3D scanning, and autonomous vehicles are moving humans away from the risks of the mining industry.
No one was harmed, but it again raises concerns about drones presenting a danger to passenger aircraft.
A day in the life of a future (human) Amazon worker.
Overground and underground, Amazon’s transportation metamorphosis is happening fast.
The current Code for Unplanned Encounters at Sea does not apply to drones.
They put even the coolest drones to shame.