Product Hunt Daily Digest
June 17th, 2018

World's first flying car πŸšπŸ‘€
Last-mile transportation is heaaaaating up. πŸ‘€
Decentralized scooter company Bird is raising at $2B valuation less than a year after they started. Dockless bicycle startup JUMP was acquired by Uber for $200M earlier this year. 12 different companies have applied for scooter permits... in San Francisco alone.
Not all last-mile solutions have wheels. 🚁
Flying cars have arrived, and Casey Neistat got a sneak peak. Meet the Kitty Hawk, a personal drone backed by Google co-founder Larry Paige.
"Oh my god, this thing is so f*cking fun." We can see why. Check out Casey's video review. The soundtrack is dope.
Scooters and helicopters aren't the only competitors in the space:

πŸ›©οΈ The Flyride actually lets you fly, powered by water.

πŸ‘Ÿ Low-tech Flaneurz convert your sneakers into clip-on rollerskates.
πŸ•³οΈ Elon Musk's Boring Company wants to build tunnels that criss-cross your city and cut your entire commute down to minutes. They just got a $1B contract from the city of Chicago.

πŸ“ˆΒ The Onewheel is a self-balancing electric skateboard with only one wheel. Modern version of the hoverboards that went #viral last year.

What's your favorite innovative way to get to work? Let us know. 🚲
Kitty Hawk 🚁
Someone built an API to detect NSFW images. We cannot confirm whether it uses Jian-Yang's proprietary Not-A-Hotdog algorithm. 😳🌭
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