simon at littlepig.org.uk
Wed Apr 10 12:14:40 CEST 2013
When is a drone a drone?
Does it need to fly? Does it need to be part of a weapon or surveillance system? How autonomous does it need to be? If it is fully autonomous then it isn't a drone as that is currently understood. When is a drone a robot or a remotely operated technical system of another kind?
On 10 Apr 2013, at 10:44, Sarah Cook wrote:
> Hi Marc
> Joseph Delappe is (in the US) and the lovely and smart Dr. Isabella Streffen, who has joined CRUMB on a short term post-doc research associateship this spring, is also. I've asked her to join the netbehaviour list as I'm not sure she's on it.
> Also, I'd love to hear about the exhibition which is opening (tonight?) in Brussels -- Honor Harger is speaking at an event with James Brindle about it next Tuesday.
> Shall we co-curate something together at FF? ;-)
> On 8 Apr 2013, at 14:30, marc garrett wrote:
>> Hi all,
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