Google, Facebook, Neuralink Sued for Genocide Complicity in China and Endangering Humanity with Misuse of AI

Google, Facebook, Neuralink Sued for Genocide Complicity in China and Endangering Humanity with Misuse of AI By B.N. Frank The PBS Frontline documentary, “In the Age of AI” is unsettling – to say the least.  The lawsuit filed against Apple, Google, Dell, Microsoft and Tesla for cobalt mining injuries and deaths to children and adults is horrifying, infuriating, and tragic.  No words can adequately describe the grave nature of the accusations filed in this new lawsuit against these companies, their CEOs, their founders, and other very powerful people and entities.…

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What’s Your Social Credit Score?

What’s Your Social Credit Score? By Truthstream Media We live in a cybernetic society, which is about continuous surveillance, data collection and analysis. The Chinese government has begun to implement the tracking, monitoring and labeling of its 1.4 billion citizens into categories of trustworthiness — also known as social credit.  From their own State Council document, this is being done in order to: …allow the trustworthy to roam everywhere under heaven while making it hard for the discredited to take a single step. As Melissa Dykes highlights, the Chinese system…

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Global Mega Trends to 2030 Report Outlines Automated Future of Transhumanism

Global Mega Trends to 2030 Report Outlines Automated Future of Transhumanism By Daniel Taylor Global Mega Trends to 2030, a recent report from the business consulting firm Frost & Sullivan, paints a picture of an automated transhuman world. The top trend is transhumanism, which will drive “technology-driven evolution at an unprecedented speed of change, propelling deeper questions into what it is to be human”. Other trends identified in the report include an overall move to automation, virtual reality leading to a matrix-like “total reality-virtuality continuum”, a rollout of 6G, and…

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Forbes Reports How AI in Driverless Cars May Shape Where You Go Whether You Like It Or Not

Forbes Reports How AI in Driverless Cars May Shape Where You Go Whether You Like It Or Not By B.N. Frank According to one study, 82% of Americans think Artificial Intelligence (AI) is going to be more harmful than helpful to humanity. Even tech inventor and proponent, Elon Musk, has expressed concerns.     Wow and scary! AI gets a bad rap for many good reasons (see 1, 2).  So do driverless cars and also for many good reasons (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 7).  A recent Forbes…

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Another Tesla-On-Autopilot Crashes Into An Inanimate Object — Driver Cited for Reckless Driving and Endangerment

Another Tesla-On-Autopilot Crashes Into An Inanimate Object — Driver Cited for Reckless Driving and Endangerment By B.N. Frank Experts continue to warn that Automated Vehicles (AVs) ARE NOT SAFE (see 1, 2, 3, 4).  Teslas have even been catching fire and disposing of what’s left of them is an ecological nightmare. Unfortunately, some drivers still want own and operate them with the automated features turned on AND some American elected officials continue endorsing them as being a necessity. Thanks to Zerohedge for reporting about another AV mishap: While Elon Musk…

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Cyborg Soldier 2050 Deep Dive — We Have The Documents: Part 1

Cyborg Soldier 2050 Deep Dive — We Have The Documents: Part 1 By Jason Bermas Activist Post Editor’s Note: Apparently, we are officially living in a SciFi film. In 1992, Universal Soldier fictionalized the arrival of genetically enhanced machines, super soldiers and Transhumanism. Now it’s part of the daily news cycle. Jason covers the latest article from the Daily Mail that puts the target date of 2050 when these “enhancements will be widely available.” But this goes far beyond the headlines, as it’s a U.S. military program decades in the…

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Study: Artificial Intelligence Could Affect “Virtually Every Occupational Group”

Study: Artificial Intelligence Could Affect “Virtually Every Occupational Group” By B.N. Frank Most disruption predicted in San Jose, Seattle, Salt Lake City, Boulder, Detroit, Huntsville, Louisville, and more… 82% of Americans think Artificial Intelligence (AI) is more harmful than helpful.  Reports indicate there are many good reasons for this and it’s not just about massive job loss (see 1, 2, 3). Proponents insist we’ll all be okay though – we just need UBI (Universal Basic Income).  $1000/month might be okay for some, but not everyone could live off that.  For…

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Amazon Facial Recognition Falsely Identified 27 Pro Athletes As Criminals

Amazon Facial Recognition Falsely Identified 27 Pro Athletes As Criminals By John Vibes Police and government agencies are becoming increasingly reliant on facial recognition software to hunt for suspects, despite the fact that this technology is notorious for falsely identifying innocent people as criminals. In one of the most recent cases, Amazon’s facial recognition technology falsely identified 27 different professional athletes as criminals. While it may be true that professional football players have been known to get in trouble from time to time, this is obviously a failure of the…

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PBS NOVA’s, “Look Who’s Driving” Reports Why We Should Still Be Terrified of Automated Vehicles

PBS NOVA’s, “Look Who’s Driving” Reports Why We Should Still Be Terrified of Automated Vehicles By B.N. Frank No matter how you feel about Automated Vehicles, this NOVA video is worth watching. Look Who’s Driving Season 46 Episode 19 | 53m 21s After years of anticipation, autonomous vehicles are now being tested on public roads around the world. As ambitious innovators race to develop what they see as the next high-tech pot of gold, some experts warn there are still daunting challenges ahead, including how to train artificial intelligence to…

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With Little Fanfare, William Barr Formally Announces Orwellian Pre-Crime Program

With Little Fanfare, William Barr Formally Announces Orwellian Pre-Crime Program By Whitney Webb Last Wednesday, U.S. Attorney General William Barr issued a memorandum to all U.S. attorneys, law enforcement agencies and top ranking Justice Department officials announcing the imminent implementation of a new “national disruption and early engagement program” aimed at detecting potential mass shooters before they commit any crime. Per the memorandum, Barr has “directed the Department [of Justice] and the FBI to lead an effort to refine our ability to identify, assess and engage potential mass shooters before…

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