How drones are learning to find their own way in the world
By David Hambling, Aviva Rutkin and Conor Gearin Special deliveryREUTERS/Wolfgang RattraySmart navigation When you’re zipping through the air at 60 kilometres per hour, it can be hard to work out where you’re going. But now drones can create detailed 3D maps as they fly – an advance that could let them navigate the world free from human input. Called...
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