Austin, TX - At South by Southwest in Austin Texas, technology is making headlines alongside the latest trends in music, food and fashion.
Over the weekend A company called "Chaotic Motion" introduced its new creation: a drone that can be used as a weapon, with police tasers that can deliver 80,000 volts.
The "Chaotic Unmanned Personal Intercept Drone," also known as "CUPID," could be the newest tool in fighting crime.
"CUPID" has not been picked up by any sort of law enforcement agency.
Last week, a federal judge ruled commercial drones are legal, paving the way for companies like amazon to start using them for deliveries.
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