unmanned drones

If Jeff Bezos, the billionaire CEO of Amazon, has his way, thousands of drones could soon be hurtling through the airspace above our heads, delivering millions of packages to Amazon's customers. Instead of having to wait the eternity of a day to receive their orders, consumers could get them in 30 minutes, or less.
Under the new policy guidance, DOJ employees will need to "assess the relative intrusiveness of the proposed use of [drones
The accidental killing of Warren Weinstein is nothing short of a painful, but unfortunately unavoidable, consequence of the drone wars.
The Alaska Board of Game, which sets wildlife regulations, a year ago approved regulations blocking hunters from using remote-control aircraft to locate big game, and the Board of Fisheries has now moved to prohibit commercial fishermen from using drones to spot schooling salmon.
Anyone who's watched the U.S. TV show "CSI" has probably seen officers carefully measuring the distance between every object in a room, and between every speck of evidence, in order to precisely reproduce the crime scene.
The Islamic State (ISIS) proves the law of unintended consequences. Congratulations America! We killed Christianity in the Middle East and unleashed a terror organization with far greater reach and power than Al Qaeda ever possessed.
As creator of CNET’s “Technically Incorrect” Blog Chris Matyszczyk put it, the Grammy Award-winning artist, and other celebrities
It had been an exciting spring for the drones. Notwithstanding ongoing reports of civilians in Pakistan and other countries being accidentally killed by drones, there was some good news.
The people of Yemen can hear destruction before it arrives. In cities, towns and villages across this country, which hangs
In an environment where most individuals are not combatants (think: Baghdad or Kabul), autonomous weapons inability to assess individual intention make their presence on the battlefield an international legal liability.
Jones, the Forest Service spokeswoman, said that drones are "a new frontier for us in a lot of ways." On Tuesday, the watchdog
It seems somewhat sinister that any private citizen could use an unmanned aerial vehicle for no legitimate purpose. We already have the government spying on us. Do we need our neighbors stalking us as well?
Last week, two F-16s took off, broke the sound barrier, executed several complex maneuvers including barrel rolls and "Split S" rolls, and landed -- all without a pilot.
The U.S. Department of Justice spent millions of dollars purchasing small unarmed drones for domestic use over the last decade, but the department lacks a comprehensive policy for the unmanned aircraft -- despite growing concern about their use.
Another DOJ agency -- the National Institute of Justice in the Office of Justice Programs -- has "been working with the FAA
“This is a remarkable brief, not least because it was filed on the same day that President Obama emphasized his commitment
“I do not consider this a particularly easy set of questions,” Collyer said. WASHINGTON -- A federal judge expressed skepticism
If this were a human soldier, with all of his moral failings, we'd point the finger at him and prosecute him. We'd blame him. But how do you blame a machine?
The unmanned aerial vehicle industry need to overcome the vision Americans have of "a sky full of drones watching their every
On DroneShield's crowdfunding page, it says the so-called shield "will issues alerts via email, sms, and/or a flashing light