fastcompany:

The hunter is now the hunted: With $5 million from Google, the World Wildlife Fund is deploying unarmed drones to track down wildlife poachers.

This a very cool idea to use the “drone” for the purposes of preserving wildlife. I wonder, however, whether it isn’t a strategy to “humanize” the inhuman drones. 

fastcompany:

The hunter is now the hunted: With $5 million from Google, the World Wildlife Fund is deploying unarmed drones to track down wildlife poachers.

This a very cool idea to use the “drone” for the purposes of preserving wildlife. I wonder, however, whether it isn’t a strategy to “humanize” the inhuman drones. 

(via wnyc)

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    This a very cool idea to use the “drone” for the purposes of preserving wildlife. I wonder, however, whether it isn’t a...
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