When we read about Michigan Tech's 'robotic falconry' hexacopter (designed to capture illegal drones by shooting a net at it midflight), we were reminded of the story where a man buys cats to take care of his mice problem. Then he needs to buy dogs to handle his cat problem, and so on... where will we draw the line when it comes to putting drones in the sky to handle other drones?
We're also talking about what, and wonder how some Tesla owners will abuse the beta feature.
297: 'Robotic falconry' aircraft shoots capture net at rogue drones (Tomorrow Daily)
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