I am genuinely dismayed at the idea of drone burrito delivery. The sky is cold, so there must be some kind of warming box. That means, I need to walk out and open the warming box below the waiting drone to retrieve my burrito. My burrito will be on the ground when I receive it. It’s not natural to pick up food from the ground and eat it.
We’ve got our first good look at Google’s new burrito-delivering drones in action. The Roanoke Times has got its hands on footage of some of the first public tests of Project Wing — a drone delivery project run by X (formerly Google X), an experimental lab owned by Google’s parent company Alphabet.