Once Drones Get Artificial Intelligence, They’ll Rule the World

Three years ago, Jeff Bezos announced that drones are eventually going to deliver Amazon orders. In the past year, he brought out Amazon’s Alexa artificial intelligence service, which understands speech well enough that you can say, “Alexa, I really need a waffle cone maker,” and she’ll put one in your Amazon online shopping cart, even though nobody needs a waffle cone maker. Both of these technologies—drones and cloud AI—are exciting today, yet still wobbly works in progress. But in coming years, Amazon or some other company is going to put them together. And that, finally, will evolve into a technology that could become as significant to humans as domesticated dogs. Try Newsweek: Subscription offers Right now, drones are more overhyped than a Kanye West fashion collection. At the end of…


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