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How Trustworthy are Drones? Should I be Worried?

00:44 - Joel Fischer 00:49 - Christine Evers01:00 - Sean Riley 01:25 - Presidential debate 2020: Trump and Biden final debate fact-checked (BBC)03:22 - James "Jim" Scanlan03:55 - 2011: Revolutionising aircraft design with the world’s first printed aircraft05:30 - DJI Mavic Air 2 review: a video director’s perspective (The Verge)06:50 - Students to transform drone design in fight against climate change and poaching08:05 - Drone successfully completes first delivery of medical equipment to the Isle of Wight09:00 - Snowboarding Drone Filming11:00 - Iris Automation Vision Systems12:10 - Boeing 737 Max (Wikipedia)12:45 - Byzantine generals problem (Wikipedia) 17:55 - Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic (WHO)19:05 - Pseudo Satellite / Atmospheric Satellites (Wikipedia)21:25 - Airplane! Movie (Wikipedia)24:05 - Maritime & Coastguard Agency (MCA)24:50 - Public Safety Drones Save Four Lives In One Day (DJI Website)31:00 - Gatwick Airport drone incident (Wikipedia)32:30 - Namibia Drone Filming (YouTube)To get in touch please go through our website: tas.ac.ukPodcast production by boardie.com 

Om Podcasten

This podcast digs into key issues that arise when building, operating, and using machines and apps that are powered by artificial intelligence. We look at industry, homes and cities. AI is increasingly being used to help optimise our lives, making software and machines faster, more precise, and generally easier to use. However, they also raise concerns when they fail, misuse our data, or are too complex for the users to understand their implications. Set up by the UKRI Trustworthy Autonomous Systems Hub this podcast brings in experts in the field from Industry & Academia to discuss Robots in Space, Driverless Cars, Autonomous Ships, Drones, Covid-19 Track & Trace and much more. If you have any questions or suggestions for future topics, please email us at contact@tas.ac.uk - You can find out more on our website at www.tas.ac.uk#LWAIP #TASHub