Did you know that since the first public experiment in France 1783, balloons have been heavily used for science and math research?
Balloon-generated imagery falls from an elevation that is between satellite and aerial imagery - high resolutions at a fraction of the drone cost.
Together with data modelling, maybe balloon imagery can help model insurance risks more closely for property, land, environment?
The recent partnership between Arturo.ai and Nearspacelabs.com thinks this is at least one use case worth exploring.
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That tweet, which framed an Australian soldier with an innocent child, doctored and shared by a Chinese Official, will remain historically controversial. The Israeli company Cyabra has expressed their expertise: Cyabra analyses and exposes online fakery for governments and corporations. They found 57.5% of
accounts that engaged with the tweet in question were fake, and “evidence of a largely
orchestrated disinformation campaign” to amplify its message.
Cyabra said its analysis of the 1,344 accounts revealed a large number were
created in November and used only once - to retweet that single item. We all probably knew as much, now proven.