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Book Review: Navigating a way through the ethical maze of new technologies

Technology Is Not Neutral: A Short Guide To Technology Ethics, Stephanie Hare, London Publishing Partnership, Feb 2022 The Political Philosophy of AI: Mark Coeckelbergh, Polity Press, Feb 2022 New technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) raise formidable political and ethical challenges, and these two books each provide a different kind

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UK Royal Air Force Cancels Project Mosquito Loyal Wingman Programme

Project Mosquito, the future uncrewed Combat Aircraft Technology Demonstration being explored by the Royal Air Force Rapid Capabilities Office (RCO), will not proceed beyond the design phase. The decision, taken by mutual agreement with industry partners, follows a detailed review of the technical demonstrator and the broader Lightweight Affordable Novel

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Pentagon Suspends Deal to Sell Four MQ-1Cs to Ukraine

The Biden administration’s plan to sell four MQ-1C Gray Eagle armable drones to Ukraine has been paused on the fear its sophisticated surveillance equipment might fall into enemy hands, according to two people familiar with the matter. The technical objection to the sale was raised during a deeper review by

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XDynamics Evolve 2 Review

I stumbled across Xdynamics on social media. I spend quite a lot of time watching drone videos for inspiration and I was immediately blown away by the image quality the drone was producing.

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DJI Mini Pro 3 first flight video

Well done to YouTuber Darren McHardy for getting hold of a Mini Pro 3 and posting the first reviews before the official launch, he deserves all the review views! I suspect a few DJI shills will be getting firmly out of shape.. For industry inspections, DJI has finally caught up

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DJI not to sell to Russia and Ukraine

DJI is internally reassessing compliance requirements in various jurisdictions. Pending the current review, DJI will temporarily suspend all business activities in Russia and Ukraine. We are engaging with customers, partners and other stakeholders regarding the temporary suspension of business operations in the affected territories.

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DroneSimPro Flight Simulator Review (Helpful Tips)

DroneSimPro is an easy-to-use drone simulator designed to emulate a real drone’s flight and the physics behind it. It was released in 2016, and has barely been updated since, and offers limited flight scenarios and drone models. However, it is still a good way to practice flying a drone.

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RealFlight Drone Simulator – Review

For those with an interest in aviation, GPS drones and their counterpart FPV drones sure get a lot of fanfare. As a drone pilot, I see that. As someone who is getting on in the age department, I remember the model aircraft I had as a kid and the skill

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DRL Simulator Review

Have you always wished to participate in the DRL or any other racing tournament but lack the skills? Or perhaps you’ve always wanted to fly a drone but don’t have one at the moment? The DRL Racing Simulator is the closest you can get to flying a drone, and all

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Holy Stone HS110D Review

Are you looking for a beginner drone or hobby drone with some above-average features? A good option to consider is the Holy Stone HS110D. Holy Stone is one of the most popular beginners and hobby drone manufacturers. While DJI takes most of the share of the drone market, Holy Stone

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DJI Air 2S – A Complete Real-World Review

As the owner of a small media/production company focusing on real estate, web commercials, promotional videos, etc., I’m always upgrading equipment, trying to somewhat future-proof my business, in an ever-changing technological landscape. One of the pieces of equipment I upgrade regularly is our company’s drones. Despite having

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Galileo 2nd generation satellites ready to navigate into the future

Friedrichshafen – Airbus has successfully completed the Preliminary Design Review (PDR) for its system concept for the second-generation Galileo navigation satellites. During this important milestone, Airbus’ proposed preliminary design and the customer’s system requirements have been fully reviewed and agreed. This paves the way for further verification, acceptance and qualification

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