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Google is working with Pentagon to help it identify objects from drone footage using AI, even as employees are furious about it
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Google is working with Pentagon to help it identify objects from drone footage using AI, even as employees are furious about it

Google has come on record and said that its involvement with Project Maven is not related to combat use.

Karan Nagar encounter: Operation enters final stage as security forces kill one of two terrorists in Srinagar
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Karan Nagar encounter: Operation enters final stage as security forces kill one of two terrorists in Srinagar

The encounter between terrorists holed up in a building in Karan Nagar area of Srinagar and security forces resumed Tuesday morning after an overnight lull.

GoPro denies speculations of it being put up for sale, but is willing to partner with large sector players
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GoPro denies speculations of it being put up for sale, but is willing to partner with large sector players

The company’s shares, which fell as much as 33 percent to a record low of $5.04 on Monday, recouped some of their losses after the sale talks were first reported by CNBC.

DJI's new Osmo Mobile 2 launched at CES 2018; brings smartphone stabilisation to the masses at $129
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DJI's new Osmo Mobile 2 launched at CES 2018; brings smartphone stabilisation to the masses at $129

The New DJI Osmo Mobile now brings a minor improvements over the previous model, but more importantly, has been launched with a brand new price tag that starts at just $129.

Security forces impose curfew-like restrictions in south Kashmir after JRL's call for public march
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Security forces impose curfew-like restrictions in south Kashmir after JRL's call for public march

Restrictions were placed in South Kashmir as a precautionary measure, in view of the call for protests by the separatist group Joint Resistance Leadership (JRL)

Government is aiming at implementing digital sky concept for drones: Jayant Sinha, Union Minister
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Government is aiming at implementing digital sky concept for drones: Jayant Sinha, Union Minister

Sinha was addressing a consultation process conducted by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation for finalising rules for drones.

Security researcher uncovers serious gaps in DJI’s software as part of its bug bounty program; gets threats in response
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Security researcher uncovers serious gaps in DJI’s software as part of its bug bounty program; gets threats in response

Kevin started his work to check the DJI software and code as part of the recently launched bug bounty program after confirming the scope of research.

Aeromodelling enthusiasts initiate online protest against regulations for drones proposed by the DGCA
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Aeromodelling enthusiasts initiate online protest against regulations for drones proposed by the DGCA

The aeromodellers claim that the proposed rules on drones claiming it threatens to destroy recreational flying.

IoT startup landscape: Emerging mergers and acquisitions by traditional
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IoT startup landscape: Emerging mergers and acquisitions by traditional "non-tech" players

A whopping sum of $12.5B has been put into IoT startups worldwide in the last 5 years by the investor community.

E-commerce giants can now use drones for delivering products to customers in India
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E-commerce giants can now use drones for delivering products to customers in India

Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on Wednesday invited public comments on the draft rules on use of drones, including for commercial purposes.

Drones policy: Draft norms stipulate identification number, radio frequency tags; use may be restricted to day time
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Drones policy: Draft norms stipulate identification number, radio frequency tags; use may be restricted to day time

Currently, aircraft rules do not cover use of drones as well as their sale and purchase.

Civil aviation ministry to make flying drones in India legal; framework to be finalised by 31 December
India

Civil aviation ministry to make flying drones in India legal; framework to be finalised by 31 December

The government on Wednesday issued draft regulations on the civil use of drones, which will enable its commercial use for photography, doorstep delivery, and even passenger transport.

DGCA has released draft regulations on civil use of drones in India
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DGCA has released draft regulations on civil use of drones in India

Under the draft rules, the drones are classified into five categories based on their maximum take-off weight.

China successfully tests high-altitude spy drones, may help Beijing dominate 'near space'
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China successfully tests high-altitude spy drones, may help Beijing dominate 'near space'

China has successfully tested high-altitude spy drones which could help it dominate "near space", a region of the Earth's atmosphere, a media report said on Tuesday.

Insurers, tech firms and governments to find ways of tackling risks by drones, driverless cars
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Insurers, tech firms and governments to find ways of tackling risks by drones, driverless cars

A cyber attack on the U.S. Northeast electrical grid, for example, could cause economic losses as high as $222 billion, according to a research.

Israel Aerospace Industries unveils unmanned helicopter to evacuate wounded soldiers
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Israel Aerospace Industries unveils unmanned helicopter to evacuate wounded soldiers

The helicopter is able to carry a wounded soldier off the front lines, without risking more troops, while monitoring and transmitting vital signs mid-flight.

US metereologists see drones replacing Air Force turbo-prop aircraft in the distant future
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US metereologists see drones replacing Air Force turbo-prop aircraft in the distant future

Meteorologist Jeff Masters says someday drones might be able to do the risky job now done by experienced air crews.

NSG, CISF may be empowered to shoot down 'rogue' drones, low-flying objects under new policy
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NSG, CISF may be empowered to shoot down 'rogue' drones, low-flying objects under new policy

Anti-terror force NSG and industrial security agency CISF may be empowered to shoot down "rogue" low-flying objects like drones and gliders under a new policy which is being finalised.

With 120,000 registered drones, China opens its first civilian drone base in Shanghai
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With 120,000 registered drones, China opens its first civilian drone base in Shanghai

Drones in China are required to fly at a height below 150 metres and all test flights to be monitored for safety reasons to avoid obstructing air operations.

Drones to use artificial intelligence system for detecting sharks on Australian beaches
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Drones to use artificial intelligence system for detecting sharks on Australian beaches

Drones equipped with a shark detection system powered by artificial intelligence will start patrolling some Australian beaches from next month.