Morning intelligence

Drones in the sky–-taking pictures average people could never take before. Drones in the battlefield–-taking shots from above that armies could never take before. How about drones on the road–-taking our kids to school in ways we never could before? What’s a drone, anyway? It’s just a machine operating autonomously, right? It’s “an unmanned aircraft or ship guided by remote control or onboard computers,” as defined by Merriam-Webster. This is all just terminology anyway, but why can’t that definition encompass self-driving cars, like the mini-vans Alphabet will be making with Fiat Chrysler? The term “drone” freaks a lot of people out, and a lot of people I’ve talked to in the quadcopter industry don’t like the term because it’s just too broad. After all, drones can be used for good and…

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