History Of Drones
If you look back in the history of technology, the history of the unknown and the future, people are generally frightened by the advances in technology, advances in innovation and technology. Look at the automobile, for example. When the automobile was first invented people thought they were a bit strange. They didn't really know what they were, but generally harmless.
It wasn't until a mass part of the population started driving automobiles that they realized, wow, there's a lot of dangers, a lot of hazards associated with driving vehicles. One judge went so far to say that vehicles should be banned. They should be classified on the same level as a ferocious animal. Computers, cellphones, have had the same fear mongering when they first were invented.
When computers were first invented people thought that they were going to take over the world. There would be a mass apocalypse. People would be enslaved by computers. That there was going to be privacy issues, privacy apocalypse. Same with cellphones. Everybody's going to have no direct human to human contact anymore. Every time we've given a potentially revolutionary idea, a revolutionary technology an opportunity to thrive for good, to thrive for good within the civilization, generally it's helped everybody out for the better.
You look at the new technologies that are coming today and people are still fear mongering. You look at the drones. People are fear mongering on drones. People don't really know what they're doing. Yes, they're automated. They're intelligent, to some level depending on the software. They have great hardware inside. (Here are some of the top quadcopters) Generally, people don't really know what they're doing.