The logo of Amazon is seen at the company logistics centre in Boves, France, May 13, 2019. "Wire detection is one of the hardest challenges for low-altitude flights", said Jeff Wilke, CEO of Amazon Worldwide Consumer on the company's blog. "Through the use of computer-vision techniques we've invented, our drones can recognize and avoid wires as they descend into, and ascend out of, a customer's yard".
Amazon has unveiled a new autonomous drone which it says will be delivering parcels to customers within months, as it doubles down on efforts to roll out the technology commercially. Well, Amazon's new delivery drone is sort of the latter, looking sort of like an aeroplane that had drunken one night stand with a helicopter and forgot to use protection.
Amazon's head of consumer business Jeff Wilke said the feature was meant to help shoppers find styles and clothes they could not describe in words, and it used brand, price range and customer reviews to connect the user to the consumer database of the uploaded photo.
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Wilke said Wednesday that Amazon has invested to make its delivery drones safer and more efficient. Sawhney was protesting conditions at a California poultry farm that supplies Amazon, Johnson said. It supports both vertical and horizontal takeoffs and landings like a helicopter and an airplane. "It also easily transitions between these two modes, from vertical-mode to airplane mode, and back to vertical mode". Users of Amazon's voice-controlled speakers may also see updates through "Alexa Conversations", which the company announced so developers make their services on the virtual assistant Alexa more conversational. "But our objective is to have a certified commercial program that allows us to deliver to customers".
Furthermore, artificial intelligence (AI) technology enables the drone to independently react to changes in its flight environment.
Attention shoppers: Your next Amazon delivery may come from the skies. According to Amazon, that accounts for 75% to 90% of all deliveries.