Flying Lion and Iris Automation Add Airspace Awareness Capabilities for Drone as First Responder (DFR) Programs

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Drone service provider, Flying Lion, Inc., and safety avionics technology innovator, Iris Automation have entered into a new partnership to provide Drone as First Responder (DFR) programs with enhanced airspace awareness. This partnership will see the addition of Iris Automation’s Casia G ground-based detect and alert system to the Flying Lion suite of services. Flying Lion deployment. Beverly Hills PD, California. Flying Lion With over 22,000 DFR flights logged to date, Flying Lion has vast experience working closely with leading law enforcement agencies to provide rapid emergency response an… Read More “Flying Lion and Iris Automation Add Airspace Awareness Capabilities for Drone as First Responder (DFR) Programs”

Six Nations: Ireland set up Grand Slam decider against England with Scotland win

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By Matt Hardy Ireland kept their Six Nations Grand Slam and Triple Crown hopes alive in a 7-22 victory over Scotland yesterday in Edinburgh. Scotland centre Huw Jones and Ireland winger Mack Hansen traded tries in a tight opening 40 which saw the hosts return to the dressing room with a one-point deficit at 7-8. But it was all Ireland in the second 40 with tries from James Lowe and Jack Conan. Ireland on the cuspJohnny Sexton’s seven points drew him level with Ronan O’Gara as Ireland’s joint-top point scorer in the competition with 557. Crucially, however, Ireland were denied a try bonus point… Read More “Six Nations: Ireland set up Grand Slam decider against England with Scotland win”

At San Francisco expo, AI ‘sorry’ for destroying humanity

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San Francisco (AFP) – Advances in artificial intelligence are coming so hard and fast that a museum in San Francisco, the beating heart of the tech revolution, has imagined a memorial to the demise of humanity. “Sorry for killing most of humanity person with smile cap and mustache,” says a monitor welcoming a visitor to the “Misalignment Museum,” a new exhibit on the controversial technology. The pieces in this temporary show mix the disturbing with the comic, and this first display has AI disburse pithy observations to the visitors that cross into its line of vision. “The concept of the museu… Read More “At San Francisco expo, AI ‘sorry’ for destroying humanity”

Girl with AI earrings sparks Dutch art controversy

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By SIMON WOHLFAHRT / AFP At first glance it seems to be just a modern take on Johannes Vermeer’s masterpiece “Girl with a Pearl Earring”. But look more closely and things get a little strange. At first glance it seems to be just a modern take on Johannes Vermeer’s masterpiece “Girl with a Pearl Earring”. But look more closely and things get a little strange. Firstly, there are two glowing earrings in the image hanging in the Mauritshuis museum in the Dutch city of The Hague. And aren’t those freckles on her face actually… a slightly inhuman shade of red? That’s because the work — one of sev… Read More “Girl with AI earrings sparks Dutch art controversy”