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Drones prove to be useful, but concerns remain

A drone lights up and takes photos while flying in a dark and narrow space under a bridge at Sendai City, Miyagi prefecture on May 16, 2017. Kazunori Ohno, Japanese Assistant Professor of Tohoku University and his team developed a drone which doesn't fall even colliding with something like bridge. Drone is guarded with football-shape device (96cm diameter, 2.6kg), made of strong and special material, can fly stable even it bumping into a building or other things. ( The Yomiuri Shimbun via AP Images )

Joel Newschwander, Section Editor

May 30, 2017

A device as small as the palm of a human hand is the subject of a heated debate. Drones have been used by the United States military since 2000, beginning with the George W. Bush administration. After the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the United States military has used the Unmanned Aerial Vehicles ...

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