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These creepy Uber drone adverts are the future we all deserve

Bloomberg has an in-depth feature looking at the world of Uber as it grows into Latin America. It's an interesting look at what it takes to grow a US company into a very different market, albeit a look based entirely on the testimony of Uber mangers. But apart from the business interest, it also features one very scary photograph: Uber drones holding placards over a highway in Mexico City as an advert for the multi-billion-dollar ridesharing future.
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