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Drone Caused Helicopter Crash, Reports Say

International Business Times

A recent helicopter crash in South Carolina may have been caused by a civilian drone. The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating the incident that resulted in a crash landing. The case would be the first known aircraft accident to be caused by a drone, though the United States Federa...


Elon Musk's Tesla Roadster spotted zooming through space

Daily Mail

Stunning footage has captured the cosmic journey of Elon Musk's red Tesla Roadster, which blasted off into space aboard the Falcon Heavy rocket earlier this month. The incredible spectacle saw a dummy called Starman strapped behind the wheel of the car leave the planet on the back of the world's mo...



Robonaut Has Been Broken for Years, and Now NASA Is Bringing It Home

IEEE Spectrum Robotics Channel

In February of 2011, NASA launched Robonaut 2 to the International Space Station. It was a huge achievement for the robotics team at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston. There had been other robots in space, but Robonaut was the first advanced humanoid to ever go on a mission beyond Earth. On boa...


How Artificial Intelligence Is Edging Its Way Into Our Lives

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In Phoenix, cars are self-navigating the streets. In many homes, people are barking commands at tiny machines, with the machines responding. On our smartphones, apps can now recognize faces in photos and translate from one language to another. Artificial intelligence is here -- and it's bringing ne...


Elon Musk's Tesla Roadster could crash back into EARTH

Daily Mail

Elon Musk made history with the launch of his of Falcon Heavy rocket last week, but experts say its payload could crash back to Earth in the next million years. The incredible spectacle saw a dummy called Starman and a red Telsa Roadster leave the planet strapped to the world's most powerful rocket...


What Is Explainable AI and Why Does the Military Need It?

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Last summer, the Defense Science Board's report on autonomy found that investing in artificial intelligence (AI) warfare is a crucial part of maintaining the United States' national security and military capability. As the report reads, "It should not be a surprise when adversaries employ autonomy a...


Spacecraft spots Earth and moon from 40 million miles away

Daily Mail

A NASA spacecraft on its way to investigate a nearby asteroid has caught a remarkable glimpse at the orbital dance of Earth and the moon from far away. In a new image shared today by the space agency, Earth and its only natural satellite are the two brightest specks in a black sky. The Osiris-Rex ...


Elon Musk explains why SpaceX's Falcon Heavy core booster crashed

FOX News

Former NASA astronaut Mike Massimino reacts to the historic test flight. SpaceX CEO Elon Musk took to Twitter Monday (Feb. 12) to share some new details on last week's Falcon Heavy test flight, including why the massive rocket's core booster crashed. SpaceX is also building a new drone ship for roc...


Pentagon wants $66 million to build 'laser drones' by 2020

Daily Mail

The Pentagon is building drones mounted with lasers that can destroy enemy missiles before they have left the launch pad. The US Missile Defence Agency has requested $66 million (£48 million) in funding to continue the top-secret programme, with a plan to begin tests by 2020. Officials hope that i...