If Amazon plans to deliver packages using drones, how does it ensure the drones reach their destination safely and come back? Won't thieves be able to easily steal packages and drones by shooting them down? What about threat from birds like falcons?
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Mister Frauke Zeller is a researcher in the field of "how the environment reacts to robots". He questions about how a robot have to be designed in a way that his human environment acts in a friendly or not so friendly manner. The best example is the hitchbot project, which was not a experiment on how to create a robot, but a study what people will do if they see such robot Post-hitchBOT-ism. There are also experiments in the wild, how birds are interacting with drones DRONES UNDER ATTACK - Drone Fails.