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Valedictorian: Shashank Kota

The Galveston Daily News 12 Jun 2021
Shashank Kota was born and raised in Galveston with his older sister, Sumedha. His parents immigrated from India to the United States in 1999 and have supported him greatly throughout his journey ... Shashank volunteered with a local elementary school to teach students how to code and how to use new technologies, such as virtual reality and drones ... ....
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Editorial: Ground the drones flying over California’s parks

The Los Angeles Times 11 Jun 2021
In case you thought drone crashes in sensitive environmental habitats were a rarity, get this ... Starting in 2022, the Federal Aviation Administration will require drones to broadcast identification codes that could be picked up by anyone with a smartphone; the rule will apply to all drones by mid-2023.
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10 Hidden Secrets Many Still Haven’t Found In Judgment

Game Rant 11 Jun 2021
Fans should frequently revisit food joints so that they don't miss out on getting that coveted Platinum Trophy due to one or two silly dishes.1 QR Codes With Drone Upgrades ... Players who are at a loss when it comes to figuring out what to do to further improve their drone, should ...
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That AI scanning your X-ray for COVID-19 may be noting your age

Principia Scientific 11 Jun 2021
Machines are like humans – they’re lazy ... And, that could lead to an inappropriate diagnosis.” ... You can find code from the research project on GitHub. Have autonomous killer drones really hunted their first humans in war? ... A small paragraph in the document described an attack on soldiers using a mix of remote-controlled drones and autonomous weapons.
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Salamanca schools launch distance learning STEM academy

The Salamanca Press 08 Jun 2021
... may study one of eight high-impact, college majors in drone inspections, engineering technology and cybersecurity ... Students take technology classes at the middle school level to learn more about different career paths, including engineering, coding, mobile development and drones.
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US Pentagon Changes Its Mind About DJI Drones

Slashdot 05 Jun 2021
An analysis of the two DJI drones built for government use found "no malicious code or intent" and are "recommended for use by government entities and forces working with US services," a report summary said ... Specifically, the Pentagon has cleared only two drone models so far -- the DJI Mavic Pro and Matrice 600 Pro.
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CX Daily: The $15 Billion Chinese Fast Fashion App You’ve Never Heard Of (Part 2)

Caixin Online 04 Jun 2021
Drones /. Leaked Pentagon report suggests DJI drones pose no security threat. A Pentagon investigation showed it is safe to use two drone models made by SZ DJI Technology Co ... The two DJI drones were found to have “no malicious code or intent” and were “recommended for use by government entities and forces working with U.S.
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Leaked Pentagon Report Suggests DJI Drones No Security Threat

Caixin Online 03 Jun 2021
A Pentagon investigation showed it is safe to use two drone models made by SZ DJI Technology Co ... The two DJI drones were found to have “no malicious code or intent” and were “recommended for use by government entities and forces working with U.S ... Blacklists Drone-Maker DJI and Others.
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Government use of Chinese drones in limbo as Congress weighs ban

The Los Angeles Times 03 Jun 2021
government purchases of drones manufactured or assembled in China ... drone industry was killed off by DJI a decade ago ... A summary of a recent Pentagon report obtained by the Associated Press found “no malicious code or intent” in drone software made by DJI and used by the Interior Department.
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Congress studying 5-year prohibition on Chinese drones

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 02 Jun 2021
government purchases of drones manufactured or assembled in China ... drone industry was killed off by DJI a decade ago ... A summary of a recent Pentagon report obtained by The Associated Press found "no malicious code or intent" in drone software made by DJI and used by the Interior Department ... government from using drones made in China.
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Gov’t use of Chinese drones in limbo as Congress weighs ban

Federal News Radio 02 Jun 2021
government purchases of drones manufactured or assembled in China ... drone industry was killed off by DJI a decade ago ... A summary of a recent Pentagon report obtained by The Associated Press found “no malicious code or intent” in drone software made by DJI and used by the Interior Department.
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Pentagon recommends US military uses Chinese drones despite bipartisan opposition and fears of espionage

Russia Today 02 Jun 2021
After years of spying allegations and restrictions, the Pentagon has allowed the military to use two Chinese-made drones ... A recent Pentagon report seen by the Hill found “no malicious code or intent” in two drone models manufactured by Da Jiang Innovations (DJI), a Chinese company and one of the world’s foremost drone makers.
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Gov't use of Chinese drones in limbo as Congress weighs ban

Times Union 01 Jun 2021
government purchases of drones manufactured or assembled in China ... drone industry was killed off by DJI a decade ago ... A summary of a recent Pentagon report obtained by The Associated Press found “no malicious code or intent” in drone software made by DJI and used by the Interior Department.
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Pentagon report clears use of drones made by top Chinese manufacturer

The Hill 01 Jun 2021
An analysis of the two Da Jiang Innovation (DJI) drones built for government use found “no malicious code or intent” and are “recommended for use by government entities and forces working with US services,” the summary said ... The report appears to analyze changes made to two drones used by the Interior Department.
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Elkins School District expands computer science offerings

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 01 Jun 2021
"There's going to be so many more opportunities where I can learn different things and get more fluid in programming, coding, building drones and just building things in general." ... limited in-person instruction and educational videos on topics such as coding, robotics and drones.
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