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SAS Programming Complete; Learn SAS and Become a Data Ninja

*This course uses a commercial license from WPS. Anyone interested in full information, visit our disclaimer at the bottom. Thank you!* ———————————————————————— SAS Programming Complete has complete coverage of concepts allowing you to...

Python Programming Bootcamp | TutsGalaxy

What You’ll Learn Learn the Core Python 3 Language at a Deep Level Learn how to Solve Real Programming Problems with a Focus on Teaching Problem Solving Skills Understand Python as an Object...

SEO Masterclass A-Z + SEO For WordPress Website & Marketing

SEO Tutorial A-Z + SEO For WordPress Website & Marketing We will use a powerful SEO strategies to improve your webpages and bring them much higher in search engine ranks like...

Speak English Better with Natives and Abroad Now! ESL Course

When my ESL / EFL English students travel abroad, one of the first things they tell me is, “natives speak really fast.” I developed this course to help them and you...

Mobile automation using Appium for SDET

Its Time to Learn Mobile Automation! Mobile market is booming tremendously and need of Quality Testing in these Platforms becoming a major challenge, especially finding a right Automation tool which works...

Ethical Hacking with Hardware Gadgets

In this course we will have a look at a couple of hardware gadgets which can be used for hacking. USB Hacking I will present you how a keystroke injection attack works...

CCNA Security 2019 210-260 Video Boot Camp With Chris Bryant

Over 150,000 students in my Video Boot Camps have joined my Video Boot Camps on Udemy, and now it’s your turn! Every single video in this CCNA Security 210-260 Video Boot...

Nmap: Network Security Scanning Basics & Advanced Techniques

What is this course about? You will become an expert using the most powerful and flexible network scanner available.  Nmap is the scanner that other scanners are measured against and you will know...

Calling an API in c#

Description C# language offers many ways to access your web api resources, this lecture will introduce you to the best and most efficient options to achieve that. We will start...

Learn Advanced HTML5 | TutsGalaxy

 SO YOU’RE LOOKING FOR A COURSE THAT WILL TEACH YOU HTML5 QUICKLY & IN A FUN MANNER? I’ve got just the course for you! Hey, my name is Josh and i’ve put this...



Tuning Apache Spark: Powerful Big Data Processing Recipes

A Learning Path is a specially tailored course that brings together two or more different topics that lead you to achieve an end...
Drones. Drone is a word you see pretty often in today's pop culture. But drones seem to be an extremely diverse species. Everything from this to this even flightless vehicles are occasionally referred to as drones. So what exactly is a drone. Unfortunately there isn't a simple answer to this because although the word has become very popular it isn't rigorously defined a term which is more descriptive and is most often what people are referencing when they say the D word is unmanned aerial vehicle. Essentially if it flies in a controlled way and there isn't anybody on board it's a drone whether it is controlled entirely by computers and artificial intelligence or on the other end of the spectrum entirely controlled by a remote human makes little difference. But most often when you see a vehicle described as a drone today it is a little bit of both. Piloted by humans but capable of some degree of navigation on its own if necessary in the future of course. This is likely to change just as driverless cars loom on the horizon drones of the future will be overwhelmingly automated. The hypothetical UAB that delivers a package to your doorstep won't be flown by a board pilot on the Internet. So why in pop culture is this a drone. But this usually isn't culturally fathers. Thirty five year old RC plane. Gets disqualified for appearing insufficiently futuristic. The word today is associated with the technologies of tomorrow even though it seems likely that the word was coined in the early days of aviation in reference to remote controlled target drone airplanes. The first common target drone design was appropriately enough called a queen bee. Drone is a fickle word. Maybe what the future really needs is a little refining of the D word. After all if the person next to you remarks there is a drone overhead it would be good to know if they meant a two pound glorified helicopter or a five thousand pound killing machine. But this reflects a larger question. Will automated vehicles be primarily used as tools of peace and commerce or of war. If history is anything to go by. Probably both.

What exactly is a drone?