LOS ANGELES TIMES CARTOON: How I Kept Worrying and Learned to Love Drones

How I Kept Worrying and Learned to Love the Drone

I attended the Drone and Aerial Robotics Conference at New York University. I was terrified of drones…then I got to fly one myself. This is a long-form cartoon I drew for The Los Angeles Times op/ed page.

5 thoughts on “LOS ANGELES TIMES CARTOON: How I Kept Worrying and Learned to Love Drones

  1. And killing people overseas is good, because, per definitio, all those killed in such actions become transmogrified into «terrorists». For some strange reason, those ordering and performing these extra-judicial murders are not terrorists….

    Henri

  2. I’m confused, Ted. If technology is neutral, why should ANYONE be afraid of the employment of drones?
    (j/k)

    • I quoted someone else saying that technology is neutral. That doesn’t mean that I necessarily believe it. However, there is always a concern with the deployment of technology. Evil intent results in evil results. We have a lot of evil intent in the current system.

      Thus my worries.

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