Bono is really into drones now (but it’s good)

The U2 frontman has just joined the board of Zipline, a medical delivery drone company that’s already saving lives in Ghana and Rwanda.
On a Tuesday morning, U2 frontman and global philanthropist Bono stood in a remote field near Half Moon Bay, California, and launched a drone in the air, watching as it made a test delivery. Zipline, the eight-year-old Bay Area startup that makes the drones, uses the equipment to make emergency deliveries of life-saving drugs and blood to health clinics and hospitals in Rwanda and Ghana.Read Full Story

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