This week the FAA announced the selection process for domestic drone test sites. This is a key step in the opening up of the national airspace to unmanned systems, which has huge implications, from potentially determining which states might become the robotics versions of Silicon Valley to opening up huge privacy and legal concerns.
I gave a speech on these opportunities and challenges of the coming domestic drone boom, which might be of interest given this news.
We're at an impasse where we're not going to give North Korea what they want, and the North Koreans are not giving us what we want. [Each week that passes without progress] really lays bare the anemic nature [of the declaration President Trump and Kim Jong-un made in June in Singapore].