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- The Wence gets 5.7B from the house, now for the Senate
- The “baseline noise” that forces President Trump to go big
- General Mattis wrote a scathing letter and quit over Syria
- CNN now supports unauthorized wars, like Syria
- Will Turkey slaughter our allies when we leave Syria?
- President Trump failing an ally? Does that sound likely?
- Where is the UN on this topic?
- Iran will be worse off when we pull out of Syria fight against ISIS
- Russia and Israel will take over for US, and be effective
- The markets are down because of UNCERTAINTY
- Jobs are always the key
- Jobs are strong and unemployment is low
- “Steel Slats”…is that a wall or a fence?
- Call it a wence so both sides are happy
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When the unexpected happens, being connected is paramount. AT&T’s “Flying Cows” or “Cells on Wings” are specialized drones engineered to operate in harsh conditions and can stay at 400 feet in the air for 24 hours straight. Learn how these machines are connecting customers and helping disaster relief efforts.
Welcome to the wild world of human-robot interaction, the quest to get humans and robots collaborating without hurting each other.
By CRACKED Store Published: December 05th, 2017
No longer just for aerial photography and stunt aerobatics, hobbyists have found a new use for drones: making them fight.
Muse is going all the way to promote their latest studio album Drones, even going so far as to have actual drones at the shows. “We’ve been able to work with a company in the Netherlands that have written a piece of software that can control a whole swarm of drones,” Muse tour production designer Oli Metcalfe told NME.
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WASHINGTON—In an effort to limit the fallout from any unintended collateral damage, the Pentagon has dispatched a fleet of unmanned aerial vehicles to the Middle East specially designed to express condolences for the civilian casualties of U.S. drone airstrikes, sources confirmed Wednesday.
The remotely piloted aircraft, known as the M2-Griever, have reportedly targeted bereaved individuals in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, and other restive regions. Military officials confirmed that the state-of-the-art drones have already flown hundreds of covert condolence missions in an effort to convey the U.S. government’s official regrets to those mourning the death of innocents caught in the midst of American combat operations.
“The Griever represents the future of warfare damage control,” said U.S. Air Force general Mitchell Holt, who explained that standard operating procedures now call for the immediate deployment of a condolence drone upon determining that a prior Reaper drone attack resulted in …
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editor Cade Metz interviews Helen Greiner, the CEO of drone maker CyPhy
Works about the future of drones and how they may make the world a safer
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Kardashians assemble! There is a new threat facing Earth’s Mightiest Reality Heroes – drones!
English arena-rock stars Muse announced the upcoming release of their new album Drones on June 9th – their first full-length since 2012’s The 2nd Law. Though frontman Matt Bellamy hinted that a new and “heavy” record was in the works in an impromptu Twitter Q+A last July, little was known about the new album…
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