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The computer science grads had a pretty impressive final project.
Concerns are warranted as drones continue to grow in popularity. Individuals and organizations are being vigilant in their need to detect, protect and respond quickly to security and privacy issues.
The smartphone has become a remote control for the world. We won't even vacation without one. But mobile is not just about a device, it is a context where we have the entire power of the Internet available to us at all times. It's smartphones, tablets, wearables, drones and connected devices.
"This place is beautiful. You have to fight to protect it."
Johnny Knoxville would be proud.
Despite the high rates of exhaustion and cynicism in drone operators, only a very small percentage of drone operators met the formal criteria for occupational burnout or viewed themselves as being ineffective at their jobs. The exhausting schedules that drone operators need to follow are definitely cause for concern due to the increased risk of mishaps during drone missions.
Over the last few years we've watched drones bomb civilians, carry out surveillance on behalf of governments and annoy the
Vancouver police are looking a report that a drone was caught peering into a man's apartment. Conner Galway was sitting in
A Russian fast food chain claims to have taken a slice out of the competition by becoming the first to offer pizza delivery
We know that drones can take lives, but maybe they can save them, too. Coquitlam Search and Rescue (SAR) in B.C. wants to