Exactly 50 percent of them were caused by pilots.
And exactly 50% were caused by the planes themselves. So take that out and you have zero chance of crashing but then we would not have any planes.
Not really, only 22 percent were attributed to mechanical failure.
But this data doesn't show something. The technology coming out today could have a 90% chance of crashing without any pilot over the next 2-3 years.
sure, or it could have a 1% chance of crashing. Both are pure guesses. I happen to think at the rate unmanned flight technology is advancing it will be closer to 1%.
We can't look at the crash rates for the unmanned drones but they are piloted because the military will not release the real data.
What "real data" are you referring to?