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By 2030, commercial passengers will routinely fly in pilotlessplanes.

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Old October 10th 05, 01:33 AM
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Bob Fry wrote:
Not my statement. See

What sayeth the group wisdom? I think eventually there will be
pilotless aircraft, the question is when.

Does anyone know when it was that Dr. Charles Stark Draper, the inventor
of inertial navigation, flew coast to coast on a "computer-controlled"
airplane? I believe it was in the '50s.
Old April 28th 10, 10:43 PM
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we will loose all Dhowelseto if this crap starts happening. People will be in danger.

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