February 3, 2013 AT 12:00 am

Chris Anderson: We Shouldn’t Fear Personal Drones

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Chris Anderson: We Shouldn’t Fear Personal Drones – TIME Magazine.

Drones, like most robots, are designed for jobs that are “dull, dirty or dangerous.” We know what that means in a military context — everything from endless “loitering” over combat zones to remote-controlled warfare with the pilots safely in a trailer in Nevada — but soon civilian drones will be flying commonly overhead here at home. What will they be doing?

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1 Comment

  1. The car dealer near me had a very large balloon on a rope and he had permission with the FAA or was within the limits of the FAA on flying a balloon on a rope.

    Although there were voices in the community that liked the balloon, it didn’t take very long for residents in the township to complain and have him take the car dealer take the balloon down. I think the same thing will happen to the drones.

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