Kevin Spacey is a predator; UCLA Hoops players shoplift in China (way to go, guys, making America look great. (Isn’t there another U.S. athlete still in jail in China?)
A mistrial for U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez, Roy Moore, etc. … crazy, sad, pathetic, fanatical headlines and behavior from Hollywood, Tallahassee, D.C. and everywhere else.
For a change, how about something fun in the headlines?
From the team that brought you the Hubble Telescope (NASA) and the jokers at your fave ride-sharing service (Uber), I proudly present what they call … Uber Elevate.
Yes, an automated (unmanned) flying service just for you. We could see demonstrations as early as 2020 and service by 2023.
Details are fuzzy, but there is an epic video on how this concept might work.
Oh, and they make sure to mock all those silly people in traffic as they zoom above it all as they bounce from one Uber Skyport to another. The video really is brilliant.
Uber is partnering with NASA because its wheelhouse is air and space (literally it’s in their name).
With that expertise and Uber’s aggressive approach to R&D, you have a great match.
Can you only imagine the legal red tape associated with this venture? Jump on in, lobbyists, just wait until airlines, charter services, and transportation companies on the ground get wind of this.
Remember when Uber disrupted ground transportation? This will be the North-Florida-Fair-versus-Disneyland comparison. Insurance? Regulations?
We are seeing the tip of the iceberg in regards to automated air transport – with drones starting to be found everywhere.
Throw this into the mix, add a dash of artificial intelligence, and you come up with some serious things to consider.
This is happening now, it will become a reality.
So, buckle up and put your tray table in the upright and locked position.
Blake Dowling is CEO of Aegis Business Technologies and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.