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A San Francisco man delivered toilet paper to his friend via drone amid the city’s shelter-in-place order directing residents to stay inside to ...
As San Francisco lives through a shelter-in-place order to contain the coronavirus, people are getting creative with how they keep supplies stocked.
Spain’s police are flying drones with speakers around public places to warn citizens on coronavirus lockdown to get inside
Spain has declared a state of emergency and ordered its citizens to stay indoors except for necessary trips.
Insiders say a Palantir exec claimed profitability and compared Project Maven to the nuclear bomb in January all-hands
Palantir believes that its work helping drones autonomously identify targets is as important as the race to develop nuclear weapons.
So many drones and aircraft swarmed the site of Kobe Bryant’s helicopter crash that the FAA was forced to close the airspace
The restriction is in effect until the end of the month to prevent aircraft from entering the airspace, a rare occurrence for crashes.
People in Colorado and Nebraska say they’ve seen mysterious swarms of giant drones in the sky. 19 organizations have said they’re not resp...
Large swarms of drones have been reported in six counties across Colorado and Nebraska, but no one knows where they're coming from.
An ex-Googler who’s now an exec at drone-maker Skydio said he went from the phone to the drone industry because ‘phones have gotten kind o...
Tom Moss, the COO of Skydio, spent years in the smartphone business before moving to what he says is the next generation of cameras.
AI, drones, and self-driving vehicles raise many open-ended questions about the unintended consequences of technology.
Emerging technology is giving police departments new ways to prevent crime. It’s also rapidly expanding the scope of police surveillance of civilians.
The new 'Interceptor' drone weighs about as much as a bowling ball and is capable of smashing other drones out of the sky.
30 more countries have military drones than a decade ago. "I think drones will be a ubiquitous presence on future battlefields," an expert said.