John-Paul Clarke

Georgia Institute of Technology

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Professor of Aerospace Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology and Co-Chair of the Committee on Autonomy Research for Civil Aviation at the National Academy of Sciences

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The US leads the world in producing unmanned aircraft, or drones. In other countries, drones are already being used for business.

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The US leads the world in producing unmanned aircraft, or drones. In other countries, drones are already being used for business.

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The US leads the world in producing unmanned aircraft, or drones. In other countries, drones are already being used for business.

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