UK Ministry of Defence Strategic Trends Report Outlines Ideal Globalist Future

UK Ministry of Defence Strategic Trends Report Outlines Ideal Globalist Future By Daniel Taylor Report calls on governments to “build society’s trust” in artificial intelligence, corporations and megacities provide “hybrid governance” to the globe. A lengthy report issued by the U.K. Ministry of Defence late last year outlined multiple scenarios for the future of the planet, with a globalist angle.  The report, titled “Global Strategic Trends: The future starts today”, characterizes a world of sovereign states as fragmented and dismal, a world in which “global governance” is impossible. The…

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The Infallible AI “Oracle” and the Future of “One Shot” Answers

The Infallible AI “Oracle” and the Future of “One Shot” Answers By Melissa Dykes Apparently in the next phase, your AI “oracle” voice assistant will do most of the heavy thinking for you… and the Internet will slowly morph into a place where there’s only one “right” (read: “official”) answer. On a related side note, did you know the definition for “oracle” is “a person (such as a priestess of ancient Greece) through whom a deity is believed to speak”? (Part one of a two-part series…)  Aaron & Melissa…

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The Secrets of Silicon Valley: What Big Tech Doesn’t Want You to Know

The Secrets of Silicon Valley: What Big Tech Doesn’t Want You to Know By corbettreport Once a sleepy farming region, Silicon Valley is now the hub of a global industry that is transforming the economy, shaping our political discourse, and changing the very nature of our society. So what happened? How did this remarkable change take place? Why is this area the epicenter of this transformation? Discover the dark secrets behind the real history of Silicon Valley and the Big Tech giants in this important edition of The Corbett Report.…

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Everyone’s Got a “Surveillance Score” and It Can Cost You BIG Money

Everyone’s Got a “Surveillance Score” and It Can Cost You BIG Money By Dagny Taggart In these Orwellian times, when it is revealed that yet another government agency is spying on us in yet another way, most of us aren’t one bit surprised. Being surveilled nearly everywhere we go (and even in our own homes) has become the norm, unfortunately. Yesterday, it was revealed that the NSA improperly collected Americans’ call and text logs in November 2017 and in February and October 2018 – just months after the agency claimed…

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RoboBee Insect Drone Does Not Need a Power Source to Take Flight for Surveillance

RoboBee Insect Drone Does Not Need a Power Source to Take Flight for Surveillance By Nicholas West For many years we have been discussing the arrival of drones that are designed to mimic nature.  The concept of insect drones, however, dates back much further into the 1970s when a dragonfly drone was created by the CIA. Curiously enough, the dragonfly structure was, at the time, thought to be more efficient than the bumblebee drone they had been working on.  As stated by IEEE Spectrum, In the 1970s the CIA had…

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Deep Fake Technology Will Soon Be So Advanced That Reality Won’t Be Distinguishable Without A.I.

Deep Fake Technology Will Soon Be So Advanced That Reality Won’t Be Distinguishable Without A.I. By Aaron Kesel Videos utilizing Deep Fake technology, are spreading at a rampant rate online, as social media users are finding themselves questioning whether something is real or edited by the tech. In recent weeks, there was a Facebook scandal where the company knowingly allowed a Deep Fake video of Nancy Pelosi slurring her words to spread on the social network. Following that was a scandal on Instagram where Facebook’s founder Mark Zuckerberg himself was…

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MIT Scientists Psyched About Harmful 5G and 6G Wireless, Dangerous AI and IoT Applications, and Their Laser That Remotely Beams Audio Into People’s Ears

MIT Scientists Psyched About Harmful 5G and 6G Wireless, Dangerous AI and IoT Applications, and Their Laser That Remotely Beams Audio Into People’s Ears By B.N. Frank Why are MIT scientists so psyched about unleashing biologically and environmentally harmful technology that also creates tremendous public safety and cybersecurity risks?  Is it because exposure to wireless radiation has saturated their brains so deeply that impulse control and common sense has been severely compromised?  Because they seem to be acting like the mad scientists portrayed in every book, comic strip, movie, and…

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Just When You Thought Surveillance Tech Couldn’t Get Any More Orwellian…

Just When You Thought Surveillance Tech Couldn’t Get Any More Orwellian… By Graywolf One of my favorite TV shows was Person of Interest. In that show, a genius programmer was hired by the government to develop an artificial intelligence (AI) computer to tap into and analyze communication feeds and predict activities that may pose a threat. Unfortunately, as you can imagine, things spun out of control; the system that was designed to benefit society was not always beneficial to citizens. As amusing as it is to watch escapist fiction such…

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CBP Claims Its Airport Facial Recognition Isn’t A Surveillance Program; FBI Has 640M Photos According To Watchdog; Congress Wants Rules

CBP Claims Its Airport Facial Recognition Isn’t A Surveillance Program; FBI Has 640M Photos According To Watchdog; Congress Wants Rules By Aaron Kesel The Customs And Border Protection (CBP) has hilariously claimed that its facial recognition in airports across the U.S. isn’t a surveillance program, Nextgov reported. Meanwhile, a government watchdog organization has made the horrifying claim that the FBI has 640 million photographs it can rummage through by utilizing facial recognition technology. It’s been two years since Customs and Border Protection began deploying facial recognition systems at U.S. airports;…

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“Full Measure” with Sharyl Attkisson on “Deep Fakes” Technology That Can Swap Faces and Put One Person’s Words in Another Person’s Mouth

“Full Measure” with Sharyl Attkisson on “Deep Fakes” Technology That Can Swap Faces and Put One Person’s Words in Another Person’s Mouth By B.N. Frank Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy?    Earlier this year, MIT scientists bragged about how they developed a laser that can remotely transmit audio signals directly into ears. Earlier this week, Full Measure with Sharyl Attkisson reported about what is being done to try to catch technology-created “Deep Fakes” before they cause disastrous consequences: Today, a fascinating and somewhat frightening trip down…

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