Things you don't read every day in a college news publication:
“We understand that the recent drone crash incident has caused alarm amongst students and staff surrounding the research and use of drones on the UCSD campus and surrounding areas, and very much wanted to take this opportunity to educate the public about drone technologies and local deployments. While drone crashes are rare and another malfunction is extremely unlikely, we at the UC Center for Drone Policy and Ethics would also like to take this opportunity to teach basic drone safety techniques that can be practiced on a daily basis to keep ourselves and others safe.”
Relax, everyone, it's an art-hoax and part of an exhibition at the university titled "Drones at Home." The artist behind the incident is UCSD professor Ricardo Dominguez.
Hey, "amongst" was a tell.
“Yet another delay” in the Trump administration’s threatened U.S. ban on China’s Huawei technologies, Colin Lecher reports at The Verge.
Microsoft is hiring former Obama administration Attorney General Eric Holder to provide legal window dressing for their AnyVision technology, which the company says complies with the ethical principles stipulated during the facial recognition company’s Series A.
Donald Trump has long made a sport of mocking Amazon founder and Washington Post newspaper owner Jeff Bezos, and Jeff Bezos is well aware of this.
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