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Gopher Protocol’s dDrone Technology Uses AI to Create Smart Drone

Gopher Protocol Inc., a development-stage company which specializes in the creation of Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence enabled mobile technologies, proudly introduces Gopher Protocol's "dDrone" technology, which uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) to create what is believed to be the world's first" Smart Drone."

Gopher AI drone technology uses machine learning to give drones advanced flight capabilities. Gopher's AI drone technology can solve complex problems related to geo-locations, weather conditions and obstacle avoidance.

The first prototype was designed with two main features: (i) its capacity to learn, and (ii) ability to solve complex problems in real time.

The dDrone AI system is equipped with deep learning, similar to IBM's Watson which allows it to dynamically solve complex calculations. "We created this technology to perform tasks, make decisions, and solve problems based on its massive parallel processing and learning capabilities. In essence, the system continuously learns from its previous flights," said Dr. Rittman, the Company CTO. "The artificial intelligence relies on inputs from the tracking system, environmental sensors, camera input, audio and more. Among our dDrone technology features are Collision avoidance, Autonomous Operation, Terrain Pattern Follow, automatic re-charging and more," added Dr. Rittman.

The Company has released a short video demonstrating a working prototype of the world's first smart drone at the following link:

"We are continuing to develop this exciting new technology so that it expands beyond what's currently possible in today's autonomous drone flight operations," said CTO Danny Rittman.

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