Abu Dhabi hosts international trade show of military drones Associated Press – 25 February 2018 03:31-05:00 Copyright 2018 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. View original article at Associated Press

This new $799 drone comes packed with intelligent features capable of shooting a wide range of photos or videos. If DJI keeps this up, I’m going to have a problem.Read Full Story View original article at FastCompany

Airbus has just unveiled footage from the first test flight of Project Vahana’s ‘Alpha One’ prototype. During the brief flight, the all-electric, self-piloted aircraft managed to go as high as 16 feet and land safely on the ground. Read more.. View original article at Mashable

Just a few short months ago, UPS showed off a hybrid delivery van with an onboard drone helper that handled truck-to-door drops. Now they’ve announced an eco-friendly update to their American fleet. UPS […] The post UPS Will Put 50 Electric Delivery Vans On U.S. Streets This Year appeared first on Geek View original article at Geek

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Every product here is independently selected by Mashable journalists. If you buy something featured, we may earn an affiliate commission which helps support our work. Uber is looking to spread from the roads to the skies. This week Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi recommitted to the company’s goal of offering flying taxis as a transportation option — and not in the distant future but in the next five to 10 years. SEE ALSO: Here’s what Uber for the skies might feel like At a Tokyo investor forum Tuesday, Khosrowshahi…

When we think about artificial intelligence, we tend to think of the humanized representations of machine learning like Siri or Alexa, but the truth is that AI is all around us, mostly running as a background process. This slow creep of AI into everything from medicine to finance can be hard to appreciate if for no other reason than it looks a lot different than the AI dreamt up by Hollywood in films like Deus Ex Machina or Her. In fact, most ‘artificial intelligence’ today is quite stupid…

I’ve said this before, but if you want to watch the real-time evolution of a technology, do yourself a favor and check out a drone film festival. No longer solely the purview of landscape shooters and EDM enthusiasts, drone cinema, filmmaking, and storytelling takes massive leaps forward every few months. And so we’re pleased to announce the New York City Drone Film Festival, where you can see the latest and greatest in the genre. Watching these films on the big screen is the closest I’ve ever felt to…

The Pentagon isn’t just America’s military brain—it’s also a vast bureaucracy filled with middle managers and that means it’s churning out lots of presentations. Bureaucratic presentations means PowerPoint, the universally loathed presentation software, and no one gives a shitty PowerPoint quite like the US military. The Internet Archive—the site that catalogs the world’s digital detritus—has scooped up hundreds of publicly available military PowerPoints and preserved them for public consumption. The Archive calls it the Military Industrial PowerPoint Complex and its as bad as you’d expect a mix of…

South Korean tech giant Samsung has filed a patent for a flying drone with an attached screen that reacts and responds to the movements of the user.. View original article at Daily Mail Online