Security robots have invaded NYC and are now patrolling the streets, while diplomatic robots are roaming around UK parliament floors.
Robots are becoming more prevalent and relevant in society and, like it or not, the androids are here to stay. This technology will only exponentially increase as time passes, as Boston Dynamics has showcased over the years.
Now thanks to that little idea of creating robotic cretins there are security cyborgs patrolling in the tri-state area.
These robots use five cameras including one that is thermal vision to observe their surroundings, and CBS reports they can even talk back to you (a creepy scary fact.)
The robots are able to scan anyone walking on the sidewalks, record license plates, use infrared vision, and one of the scariest uses of this technology is the capability to detect cellphone serial numbers within a designated patrolling area.
According to CBS, the devices are actively being used and can be seen in 16 states including New York at the Lefrak City Apartments in Queens and LaGuardia Airport.
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- [Potent News web-brain: Artificial Intelligence]
Recent happenings have residents in a panic over privacy concerns and they are rightfully alarmed.
Once again the company responsible, Knightscope, says the data is secured and is only seen by the security agency controlling the robot. But perhaps that’s the most frightening part — not knowing who has control of your data, including cell phone IMEI. This robot rollout is daunting to say the least.
It was only a few years ago when people argued against the use of drone cameras due to privacy violations. Now we have surveillance drones roaming the streets of certain properties … my how times have changed.
Meanwhile, on the other side of the pond in the UK, a robot was seen on the floor of UK parliament. MPs on the education committee invited a robot named Pepper to Parliament for a committee hearing on artificial intelligence (AI) and “the fourth industrial revolution” for a long discussion about the future of human and robot relations.
When Pepper was asked where humanity stands in a world run by AI, Pepper responded, “Robots will have an important role to play, but we will always need the soft skills that are unique to humans: to sense, make, and drive value from technology.”
Jul 25, 2018
Richard Spence returns to discuss his book Secret Agent 666: Aleister Crowley, British Intelligence and the Occult. Spence provides strong evidence exposing Aleister Crowley as a British intelligence asset and argues that much of the Great Beast’s public vilification was a cover to mask his role as a secret agent.
Richard Spence is a professor of European history at the University of Idaho, with a focus on Russia and Eastern Europe in the 20th century. He is the author of several other books including, Wall Street and the Russian Revolution: 1905–1925 and Trust No One: The Secret World of Sidney Reilly.
by Brandon Martinez
Oct 18, 2016
The despotic Saudi regime is bankrolling mosques and sending wacko preachers into Britain to spread the backwards, violent, intolerant doctrine of Wahhabi Islam in Britain and across the world.
via Fitzpatrick Informer
June 25, 2016, Anno Domini
There is great rejoicing in much of the so called alternative media over the “Brexit” result in yesterday’s British referendum on membership of the European Union. If more proof were needed that the alternative media is often misinformed and credulous, this is it.
Alternative types, from David Duke to David Icke, have of course been insisting for months that the Brexit movement represents a mighty blow against Zio-globalism. There may be some excuse for Duke to believe this guff: he is, after all, an American and presumably relies on British “white nationalists” for information about such matters. There is little or no excuse for British white nationalists themselves, or for British critics of Zionism like Icke, to be so deceived.
via Activist Post
Jun 24, 2016
By Mac Slavo
The full meaning of Britain’s decision to leave the EU will only be appreciated in due time, but already it is causing some earth-shattering side effect.
The financial markets and central banks are trying to reassure investors to keep calm and carry on, insisting that the historic drops in the British Pound are only part of temporary turbulence.
After all the highly dramatic and strange events leading up to the Brexit referendum – including the shock murder of MP Jo Cox and the bizarre heavy rains and lightning storms on the eve of the vote – it is somewhat surprising that Britain indeed voted to leave the European Union, however narrowly at 52-48%.
Figures great and small weighed in, and in many cases made dramatic pleas making the idea of leaving the EU seem like an earth-shattering prospect.
The world’s most powerful bankers threatened financial chaos, too. The likes of Soros, Rothschild and several important figures at Bilderberg all warned that a Brexit would usher in great financial pain (one only wondered if it would be at their own hands).
Jun 20, 2016
Jun 23, 2016
The leader of the Independence Party (UKIP), Nigel Farage, has called for June 23 to go down in history as ‘Independence Day’, adding that it’s a “victory for ordinary, decent people, a victory against the big merchant banks.”
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- VIDEO — The Debate – UK EU Referendum (June 23rd)]
by Brandon Martinez
Jan 22, 2016
My critique of George Galloway who is shilling for Putin on the Litvinenko assassination. “We need to work with Putin and Russia on international issues so let’s deny he ordered this hit,” is essentially Galloway’s argument.
Awareness continues to increase surrounding the health dangers of Electromagnetic Fields (EMFs) emanating from our daily gadgets, as well as from the rise of the Smart Grid. For example, a prominent neuroscientist went on record in a lecture to the medical community itself where he exposed the many health risks as well as an industry-wide attempt by telecom to cover up the negative consequences. A world-renown biochemist is seeking to abolish WiFi in schools. And a British ER physician has made it her mission to educate people about what steps they can take to minimize exposure and damage to WiFi. A slew of peer-review scientific studies support the warnings of these experts.
So what happens when your entire city becomes one giant WiFi signal? Major cities have been planning to do just that, and their plans are now ready to become reality.
Telecom giant Virgin Media announced a pilot program in October to implement “discreet street furniture” and the “UK’s first Smart Pavement” in Chesham, a city of 21,000 people. They stated that their plans were ultimately far more ambitious, seeking “to build more networks like this across the UK.”
But when New York City signs on to pervasive WiFi, we really should pay attention.
The city already has erected one 9-foot-tall structure that is an indication of the rollout of 7,500 WiFi hot spots, which are slated to go online early in 2016. It is part of the LinkNYC program (“Faster Than a New York Minute,” har har) which proclaims to become “the fastest and largest municipal WiFi network in the world.”
Just a week ago, we noted the hard-working US government was drawing up plans for “knife regulations.” Well, in The UK it appears to have already begun…
As SHTFPlan.com’s Mac Slavo warns, don’t try to think this one through – the logica fail and sheer volume of absurdity might just make you sick if you do…
For the UK – whose laws and policies all-too-often influence those of the U.S. – gun control isn’t enough. Probably nothing will ever be enough.