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Articles tagged "drones"
Come see us in the meatspace.
It's not the first time a small-fry drone has spun up over the doomed cruise liner. But it's certainly the most stunning.
It was bound to happen sooner rather than later.
For all the legal questions surrounding the use of drones, the legality of their use for photography and surveillance has the most direct effect on American citizens.
Can an instrument that's been used to make so many people cry entertain? At least one researcher thinks so.
As drones hit the sky in countries such as Nepal, Mozambique, and South Africa, experts are wondering: Will it matter?
Its name is RoboBee.
The question is who would the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies include. Would its prospective Pentagon collaboration be confined to those with boots on the ground, or would it open things up to drone pilots?
Reportedly, the drone was about five miles off the coast of Haifa before it was shot down by a missile launched from an F-16.
What a great way for Petraeus to find his way back into the public light.
Now even the CEO of Google is worried about drones.
They say it's not about the meme--it's how you hack it.
The worst way to go about drawing attention to the use of flying robots that end lives is to stage the non-flight of a flying robot that, in theory, saves lives.
Drone technology and practical building materials don't add up to robot-built cities.
Roughly 40 Americans, it turns out.
Recent polling shows Americans love their conspiracy theories. They also love cats. This was bound to happen.
The Navy's stayed vague about what exactly these aqua-drones will do, but common sense suggests it could be something violent.
It's not happening--at least not yet. But the prospect of a globe-spanning, 'round-the-clock robo-spy collaboration is very real, and very close.