IBM’s coffee delivery drone can tell when you need a cup
Let’s start by imagining what happens when IBM’s coffee delivery drone is made commercial. Then everyone in the world makes a request for a cup of arabian coffee on the first day.
Good or Bad idea ?
Before you get thinking, let’s break down what IBM is up to. The company has patented a drone that delivers coffee on request and also by it’s accumulated algorithm. Down to a tinier bit. The drone can tell when one needs caffeine and delivers a cup.
How does it do that ?
IBM’s patent paperwork covers the drone which can serve guest gets access to some personal data. Access to records gathered by a tracking device or fitness device is all the drone needs. It can cross-reference your medical records to tell when to come around buzzing. That’s if granted the access in the first place.
The patents extends to serve coffee-lovers at the bar too. One of the cases where the coffee delivery drone comes in helpful is not rampant. It can’t serve you coffee if it tells you’re feeling dizzy or drunk, by facial scans or slurriness in speech.
While this gimmick stays non-commercial,
“IBM encourages our researchers to pursue their interests even though not all of their inventions become commercial products,” .”By publishing their inventions as patents, we give our researchers the recognition they deserve and make their work public, so it can inspire new innovations.”
Spokeswoman Amanda Carl says.
We won’t say drones are a bad idea ?, but how you use or intend to use them makes them the bad guys.
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10 iconic drone photos that expose the divisions in social class
Drones, the aeronautic self balancing device, has become a thing in the world. With the ever increasing demand and production rate since its onset, causing a spiking increase in the global shipment graph. The robot is becoming part of human lives.
The use of the flying object in photography and videography cannot be overemphasized. But, yes, there is always a “But”. Recently in Venezuela, the President of the country, Nicolás Maduro during a speech in Caracas was attacked by two armed drones. News is that, him and his entourage escaped unharmed. There is always a bad use of something good. Which should not be enough reason to look away from the good side.
Photos Taken by A Drone
News Atlas compiled a series of photo taken by a drone and the result it heartwarming. Its a collection of photos that simply reveals the division between the rich and poor in the society. Photo credits to Johnny Miller.
P.S: This was not written to instigate and form of violence. But to state the obvious situations we see in our everyday from a different angle.
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