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Intel Drone

Intel is so longer a semiconductor firm selling microprocessors only. It is going into the commercial drone business. The company will begin selling a heavy-duty drone for industrial use such as as inspecting power lines, construction zones or oil and gas rigs. The market could be worth about $6.6 billion worldwide by 2021.

Intel has created the famed aerial light show using 500 drone synchronized to display light patterns. The spectacle has set a Guinness World Record.

Somehow, when I see all these drones in the sky, I see a vision of Terminator.

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