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UCR to develop self-thinking drones with new grant

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has granted $1 million to UCR Research and Economic Development for a drone development study. The project, which is...

Decoding the Citrus Hackathon: An up-close look at the winners Spyridon...

Last weekend, over 450 students, techies, computer nerds and others gathered at Winston Chung Hall to immerse in the versatile world of hacking at Citrus...

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“Drones” is Muse’s successful experiment

With 20 years and running under their belt, Muse have risen to be one of the biggest rock bands in the world. Their recent...

Will police drones work without the necessity of warrants?

, the potential for exceeding the boundaries of acceptable policing are huge. California’s history with police enforcement is steeped in controversy (witness the Watts...

Drone strikes have upsides, but veiled by thick smokescreen

The George W. Bush administration first launched America’s secret aerial warfare on Oct. 7, 2001, a month after the tragic devastation of the Twin...

Attack of the drones: a violation of rights

Unmanned combat air vehicles (UCAV), known commonly as drones, are arguably the most dangerous technological advancement of the 21st century. The involvement of drones...