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Topic - Michael Caruso
Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos is getting some competition from the Smithsonian Institution in testing personal delivery drones for the future.
Science and science fiction is no longer the province of geeks and overachievers. The future has arrived, and Smithsonian Magazine is bringing it to Washington this spring.
Editor Michael Caruso said experts from NASA, the Smithsonian, Google and elsewhere will cover everything from evolutionary biology to artificial intelligence to space colonization.
Jetpacks may not prove to be so practical for every home, but drones may be much more prevalent, Caruso said.