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Smart Cities Present Risks, Opportunities

Emergent technologies are poised to radically change how we work and live.

Artificial Intelligence Researchers Must Learn Ethics

Scientists who build artificial intelligence and autonomous systems need a strong ethical understanding of the impact their work could have.

Israeli Military Veterans Built a Sniper Drone

In 2015, Israeli Special Forces likely made history by using a sniper rifle mounted on a commercial drone to take out a target.

What I Learned About Drone Photography at the DJI Aerial Photo Academy

Let’s get this over with: I’m not a very skilled photographer. I enjoy taking photos from both the air and

Ahem. Drone Safety is a Big Deal.

If you are flying near anything that might be called "critical infrastructure," there are probably flight restrictions you should be aware of

Can You Legally Fly Drones Over Protests?

Large-scale protests are part of the political landscape in a way they haven’t been since the 1960s, and drones are an important but challenging part of that phenomenon.

China Profits as U.S. Hesitates on Selling Armed Drones

More than 15 years after a U.S. Predator drone launched its first Hellfire missile, the U.S. remains reluctant to sell

Report Tells Pentagon to Beware Nuclear Drone Bombers

The U.S. Air Force’s future B-21 Raider bomber may have the option to remove the human pilots from the cockpit and

Drone Guide for Law Enforcement Officials

For law enforcement officials, the question of how to respond to a drone flying in the park versus nefarious or
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Underwater Drones Find Antarctic Sea Ice is Thicker than We Thought ― But That Doesn’t Mean All is Well

Underwater drones recently helped scientists discover that the Antarctic sea ice is thicker than we initially thought. That doesn’t mean

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