Not So Fast: Experts Say Amazon Drones Aren't Likely Anytime Soon




Let's take a trip to the holidays in 2018. The air is humming, not with Christmas cheer, but with the gnawing buzz of Amazon's delivery drones

Though greeted enthusiastically by the public at first, opinion began to turn when a drone veered off-course and smashed into someone's windshield, causing a 16-car pile-up and several deaths. Then, in a case in Des Moines, a grandmother was felled by an errant drone that smacked her in the back of the head, prompting her to spill forward and causing irreversible damage to her frontal cortex

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