21WIRE + RT | Drone owner said his actions were provoked by restart of the country’s 48 nuclear reactors,
21WIRE + NYT | The Pentagon hangs back in Yemen as American-made jets pound rebels and civilians on the ground.
21WIRE + WSJ Online | There are some technical obstacles that even the wizards of Seattle will have trouble overcoming.
21WIRE + SANA | This could easily inflame an already tense situation in Syria.
21WIRE + RT | Any attack on Iran will certainly not be a walk in the park.
21WIRE + Science Mag | Archaeologists are using drones to explore previously hard-to-reach locales and making some interesting discoveries.
The Switch | Applicants for a small drone operator’s certificate will have to pass a written ‘knowledge test’.
Jay Dyer | It will be humans programming A.I. to delete threats in the future.
21WIRE + RT | It seems the US is giving up altogether on putting man into space.
21WIRE + RT | Would the White House ever stage – and take credit, for a dramatic rescue?
SARTRE | Regarding the Establishment’s ‘robot revolution’, the time for active resistance is long overdue.
21WIRE + RT | Technocrats in the military industry have a disturbing love of all things drone, and it must be stopped.
21WIRE + RT | Add to this the new roll-out of artificial intelligence (AI) in drones and we have a dark future on the horizon.
21WIRE + Tech Crunch | Apparently, next day delivery is not good enough for yuppie navel gazers – who are demanding same day delivery service via drone.
21WIRE + RT | The Afghanistan ‘project’ may just end up like the US operation in Korea – now in its 60th year.
,21WIRE + Telegraph | Regardless of the legal games being played, mega corps will still plough ahead and sell their wears to the highest bidder.
21WIRE + History Channel | Handing over the job of war to a machine has many unintended consequences.
21WIRE + Brasscheck TV | They call it ‘integration’, but robot executives already refer to their robot army as humanoid.
21WIRE + WP | US is spending fortunes on military industrial pork and other old technologies, while it burns through its checkbook making robots and drones.
Patrick Henningsen | Left unchecked, the proliferation of drones could become the most dangerous technological trend in human history.