In recent years, eVTOLs (electric vertical take-off and landing vehicles) have emerged as a promising alternative to conventional air transportation, offering the possibility of urban air mobility and reduced carbon emissions. As these innovative aircraft take to the skies, ensuring their safety is of paramount importance.
Flying cars have long been a staple of science fiction and futurism. In recent years, with advances in technology and an increased focus on sustainable transportation, the idea of flying cars has become a reality. Companies around the world are developing flying cars that are set to change the way we travel and commute. However, the widespread use of flying cars also raises concerns about safety, regulation, and control.
The U.S. Department of Defense, or the Pentagon, has embarked on a new experiment based on artificial intelligence that will allow MI to control fighter jets instead of humans in as little as a few years.
Airport security can be enhanced by a newly developed artificial intelligence-based system capable of locating the controllers of drones flying into the protected airspace unauthorized.
One of the most important tasks of unmanned aerial vehicles (drones) available today is data collection. The practice of this has raised many ethical and safety issues in recent years, so, among other things, legal regulations such as e.g. the GDPR, which, in addition to ensuring the protection of people’s personal data, makes the way they are handled transparent.
Hobby drones equipped with a camera are now a very popular tool around the world, while a group of researchers has developed an artificial intelligence-based framework that allows even more serious filmmakers to make shooting more efficient and cheaper.