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02/24/2017

There was an unsettling moment in the development of cyberspace in recent decades when it became apparent that most computers are hackable, and so we who post content, either for a living or as a hobby, or in the course of talking with our peers, became accustomed to the fact that we are potentially “on TV” when online. It seems that a next step in arguably invasive cyber-snoopability has now been implemented in China, although for beneficent, good, pro-public safety reasons.

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02/20/2017

An initial trial test run ahead of the start of the latest Formula E electric car race in Buenos Aires with two robot cars competing resulted in a crash of one of the racers, and the second used on-board AI to avoid hitting a dog that had strayed onto the track.

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02/19/2017

This commercial school, “Unmanned Experts FAA Part 107 Academy,” will be back in  March and offers future UAS operators a comprehensive package of online and classroom Ground School.  This includes hands-on flight training, and guidance to facilitate passing a Part 107 Exam at a local FAA Test Center.

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02/15/2017

The Robot Report, at www.therobotreport.com, does a heck of a fine job providing snapshots of the business of robotics, complete with global drill down maps, news updates, information on robotics programs at universities, and tons more. We recommend that you check out today's update at TheRobotReport.com!

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02/12/2017

The BBC reported that as many as 1,000 colorful drones lit up the sky at a recent festival in Guangzhou, southern China. A single computer controlled the swarm as it broke into distinct aerial formations and dramatically changed colors above the city.

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