Cory Galbraith
24/3/2018 · 6 min read · ~10 · 4
To Artists and actors and 5 more
Follow Your Passion, Despite Your Demons – Lessons from a Recluse

Follow Your Passion, Despite Your Demons – Lessons from a Recluse

He took forever to make a decision, lived his last days in extreme pain, and gave away his fortune to charity.At his peak, billionaire Howard Hughes was one of the most brilliant minds on the planet - daring, inventive and passionate to a fault....

Claire L Cardwell

Claire L Cardwell

Awesome read Cory Galbraith!

8/4/2018
Debasish Majumder

Debasish Majumder

lovely share Cory Galbraith! enjoyed read and shared. thank you for the share.

5/4/2018
David B. Grinberg
14/11/2017 · 3 min read · ~10 · 9
To Aviation and 11 more
Pascal Derrien
13/11/2017 · 3 min read · ~10
To beBee in English and 11 more
 Out Of My Head

Out Of My Head

The familiar message from the cabin crew outlining the descent protocol had just been rolled out by one of the senior flight attendants. All seat belts were fasten and most tablets were back in neutral position.Tracey Higgins was one of those...

Pascal Derrien

Pascal Derrien

thanks for that Devesh 🐝 Bhatt :-)

12/12/2017
Devesh 🐝 Bhatt

Devesh 🐝 Bhatt

Amazing.

12/12/2017
David B. Grinberg
10/8/2017 · 1 min read · ~100 · 7
To Aviation and 10 more
stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador
9/8/2017 · 1 min read · +100
To Game Of Drones and 10 more
The Game Of Drones - Special Edition: Drone Data Security

The Game Of Drones - Special Edition: Drone Data Security

#GameOfDrones with #beBeeExplore brings the latest news on #DroneTechnologies !Seems that drones became a serious business all over the Globe.MybeBeeTV is hosting Gabriel Bazzolo & @Stephane Metral "Game Of Drones" web-series, very popular on...

David Vernon

David Vernon

Amazing info!

18/9/2017
stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador

stephan metral 🐝 Innovative Brand Ambassador

Go ahead and tag me when released.

18/8/2017
David B. Grinberg
26/9/2017 · 2 min read · 10 · 4
To Aviation and 9 more
Gabriel Bazzolo
26/9/2017 · 2 min read · ~100
To beBee in English and 9 more
Game of Drones: 1 BILLION DRONES in World by 2030.

Game of Drones: 1 BILLION DRONES in World by 2030.

Drones will become the mostdisruptive technology in human history, American futurist Thomas Frey says,predicting that by the year 2030, there will be 1 billion drones in the worlddoing things people cannot yet imagine. Drones already deliver goods,...

Gabriel Bazzolo

Gabriel Bazzolo

I agree that the drone buzz is very annoying! I also commented that the term "Dron" is changing to include not only aerial systems, it also includes terrestrial and marine systems. Here it will be necessary to differentiate between a Dron and a Robot, by Dron will be understood any mobile, aero, terrestrial or marine system, that can operate autonomously or through human control but does not include Artificial Intelligence, instead a Robot will have the same previous conditions in addition to include Artificial Intelligence. So the laws should not only cover the air sector of a city, but also the terrestrial sector and do not forget that the sectors of rainwater drainage and the pipes of the cities are real waterways where drones are also going to expand. That's why 1 billion drones are spoken, since it encompasses all aerial, terrestrial and marine systems.

27/9/2017
David B. Grinberg

David B. Grinberg

Thanks for more blogging buzz about the practical and effective uses of drones, Gabriel. I agree with the video that strong transportation safeguards and logistical monitoring systems must be put into place to regulate the use of drones, which can play an important role for public safety purposes and otherwise. I think as drones proliferate in major cities there must be a well functioning regulatory system, similar to air traffic control for commercial airlines. However, different countries will likely adopt different laws, rules and regulations. Moreover, like any new and evolving disruptive technology, mass use of drones will be viewed both positively and negatively -- depending upon whom is asked. Yet I'm hopefully that appropriate public safety and logistical regulatory procedures will allow drones to effectively and efficiently carry out many important functions for society in the both the public and private sectors. On a personal note, I hope drone companies can replace that annoying buzzing sound with something more acceptable and easy on the ears.

26/9/2017

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