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The Federal Aviation Administration Is Looking Into Pilotless Commercial Flights [Aviation]

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The FAA wants to bring the aviation industry into the 21st century, and one particularly terrifying area of their research, announced today, is the possibility of commercial planes that fly themselves. What could go wrong, besides just about everything? More

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