The hunter is now the hunted: With $5 million from Google, the World Wildlife Fund is deploying unarmed drones to track down wildlife poachers.
Why Flying Drones Are The Future Of Journalism
And why Nebraska—not New York or California—is ushering in the sea change.
The first thing you notice when visiting the University of Pennsylvania’s GRASP Laboratory — General Robotics Automation, Sensing, And Perception — is that the robots are everywhere.
“The government is in the process of liberalizing the rules concerning the commercial use of drones because they are so useful in police work, real estate, the movie industry, and other fields. It will probably take one of these drones smacking into an airliner or photographing Angela Jolie in the nude before there is a reaction.”