With the rise of autonomous planes, a new era has begun.
In the coming years, it will be more than possible for a pilot to fly his own plane with full autonomy, and a future that will make human pilots obsolete.
In a new article in Next Big Futures, the authors explore the ways that AI and robotics will change the way people interact with machines in the future.
They say:We are at the beginning of a new frontier in the fields of robotics, artificial intelligence, and transportation.
We will see the emergence of truly autonomous vehicles that can navigate, navigate themselves, and do many other things that have never been done before.
This is a bold, visionary vision.
It could mean the end of human-machine interaction.
But it will also mean the arrival of an entirely new era in the world of transportation.
The authors describe how the rise and fall of autonomous vehicles and the rise or fall of human travel are intertwined.
They are particularly concerned with the impact of the new world of connectedness on our everyday lives.
For example, if a human passenger is sitting in a plane seat and they are told to take a photo of a car in front of them, how long will it take for the plane to respond?
It is a challenge that we will face as a species.
The future of transportation is one that is going to be radically different from today.
This is why I believe that we need to think carefully about how we approach this problem, and we need the right tools to do it.
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