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A New York Times science writer travels across the country to evaluate the present state of the artificial intelligence and the intelligence-augmentation debate, delving into the science-fiction worlds that are fast becoming a reality and talks to the insiders who are shaping the future.
Argues that the use of military drones and the impulse to gather as much data as possible actually undermine national security, rather than improve it.
"Drones For Dummies provides you with the information you need to find and purchase the right drone for your needs, examples of ways to use a drone, and even drone etiquette and the laws and regulations governing consumer drone usage. Plus, you'll discover the basics of flight, including how to use a drone to capture photos and video" -- provided by publisher.
An updated edition of a popular resource includes troubleshooting sections to quickly identify common problems, websites, and phone numbers of bicycle-parts manufacturers.