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Your FedEx Packages May Soon Arrive By Autonomous Cargo Plane

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Your FedEx Packages May Soon Arrive By Autonomous Cargo Plane

Your FedEx Packages May Soon Arrive By Autonomous Cargo Plane

Gizmodo reports that FedEx is partnering with Reliable Robotics to incorporate the firm’s unmanned aircraft into its delivery fleet.

Reliable Robotics is an aviation startup run by former Tesla and SpaceX engineers.

FedEx isn’t phasing out its existing delivery aircraft fleet just yet, however.

FedEx CEO Fred Smith told stockholders that the company’s aircraft crews don’t need to worry about their jobs becoming automated “for the foreseeable future—decades, I would say.


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