DRONES

DRONES

Scientists Discover Hidden 'Supercolony' of 1.5 Million Penguins

“This small archipelago, that measures only 15 kilometers from one end to the other, has more Adélie penguins than the entire rest of the Antarctic peninsula combined.”
Becky Ferreira
12.17.18
IoT

Swarms of Sensor-Wearing Bees Could Monitor Crops Better Than Drones

Bumblebees carrying electronic sensor backpacks could monitor crops like agricultural drones.
Samantha Cole
12.17.18
Australia Today

Stop Trying to Fly Drugs Into Prisons With Drones

At least six people have tried this in Australia in the past few months. Zero have succeeded.
Gavin Butler
10.31.18
coffee

IBM Has Patented a Coffee Delivery Drone that Knows When You're Tired

Do we really need a drone to read our heart rates and eye movements to know we need a cup of java?
Danielle Wayda
8.26.18
Whale Poop

The Scientists Who Study Whale 'Defecation Events'

Whale poops fertilize ocean ecosystems, and also contain a wealth of information for marine scientists.
Becky Ferreira
8.20.18
DRONES

Assassin Drones Are Here. Now What?

It was perhaps inevitable that would-be political assassins would turn to off-the-shelf drones.
David Axe
8.8.18
Reaper

A Hacker Stole Instructions for Reaper Drones and Is Selling Them on the Dark Web

They're available for as little as $150 worth of bitcoin.
David Gilbert
7.11.18
News

Oh Good, Drones Have Flamethrowers Now

Just when you thought this hellscape couldn't get any worse.
Drew Schwartz
6.20.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Drone Captures Snowmobiler's Terrifying Fall into a Frozen Lake

The guy tried to claw his way out with two screwdrivers.
Drew Schwartz
2.27.18
Artificial Intelligence

The Lessons We Learned at London's Big AI Show

First: one day, your home devices might be able to work out if you're showing signs of Alzheimer's.
Talia Shadwell
2.14.18
prisons

Drones Keep Trying to Deliver Contraband to NSW Prisons

Corrective Services has busted the third drone in a month.
VICE Staff
11.13.17
DRONES

Magnificent Drone Film Takes You to a Mountaintop in New Zealand

Man and Drone braved inclement weather and broken machinery to capture "The Summit."
Diana Shi
5.28.17
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