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Imagine if for every drone the Pentagon purchased they also had to buy one for the NEA to loan out to artists. We could have some fun.

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2 replies on “Finally, a Good Use of Drone Technology”

  1. haha how about loaning them to farmers too? is working with farmers to use UAV’s for monitoring their crops. It means they can spread less fertilizer, spray fewer pesticides and pump less water. We get less farm runoff in our rivers and the spend less on overhead. If that wasn’t enough there is an entire ecosystem of good jobs supporting this technology in the civilian market.

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