This chapter explores AI urbanism as it is enacted and enabled by the drone. Adopting a feminist approach to interrogate the drone as it enters both the airspace above and domestic relations within the urban home, it reflects on the drone’s unfolding impacts at the scale of everyday life and the bodies caught in its midst. By examining the rise of ‘ambient’ household technologies, it turns to two case study contexts. First by examining drone-enabled home security, the chapter critically explores notions of (in)security, unpacking the racialized inequalities that drones can at once enact and amplify. Second, it ventures inside the home to explore dronified household assistance. Here, it reflects upon the gendered dimensions of domestic labour and care in the drone age. Across each context, it remains interested in the interplay of human and nonhuman actors and agencies, drawing attention to the social worlds and relations they together compose and comprise.