Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s a massive underwater drone swarm.
“This could have huge ramifications for how battle is fought.”
The U.S. tech company confirmed it will still help the military with cybersecurity, training, military recruitment, and more.
The drones have combat and surveillance capabilities.
Hundreds of AI experts and rights campaigners have called on Google to cease work on the program.
The incident involved “high-speed low passes at the agents in the observation post,” an FBI chief revealed this week.
While the proliferation of drones has economic advantages, it also poses a threat.
The spread of drone technology has allowed militant groups to build de facto air forces.
China is now working on carrier-based drones and AI to allow synchronized operations between UAVs and military aircraft.
The $20,000 drone smashed itself to pieces on a three-storey apartment building just seconds into its maiden flight.
Or if you're in a good mood, you can give them a thumbs-up and a wave.
The Air Force wants its planes jets to carry laser weapons by 2021.
It weighs about as much as a light bulb.
The Marines want the new drone to be fully operational by 2034.
North Korea said the U.S. was trying to sabotage rare inter-Korean peace talks by deploying deadly drones capable of assassinating high-profile targets.
Rubber ducks aren't just for bath time any more—they're now the subject of an ecological study.
The aerodynamics of sharks' strange, toothlike skin could change how we build planes, drones and wind turbines.
After passing its testing, the Sea Hunter has been given to the Navy's research office who will develop it into a ship fit for the ranks of a fleet.
Beneath the cavernous ice holds critical data.
The teenage swimmers were spotted 2,300 feet offshore.
The Russian military has been diversifying its nuclear capabilities for decades.
Russia used electronic and conventional warfare to take down a baker's dozen drones.
The system, dated to around the 3rd or 4th century A.D. and lost for centuries, lies in the foothills of the Tian Shan Mountains.
South Korea's dronebots will be operated by a team targeting North Korea’s nuclear and missile sites.
Archaeologists in their 80s have been coming out of retirement to help with this stunning development.