ShotSpotter, a US-based business, claims that autonomous drones that fly to sites where gunshots are detected will soon be available to Israeli police personnel. ShotSpotter collaborated with Airobotics to develop the aforementioned drone. It’s difficult to believe that placing this technology on a drone will solve problems like slow response and high arrest rates, especially if it’s in the hands of Israeli cops, who have their own history of human rights violations. Law enforcement technology has the potential to save lives and make officers’ jobs safer, but only if it works in the first place. The situation becomes considerably worse if malfunctioning technology enters into the wrong hands.