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Human Rights Lawyer: Facial Recognition Is Arsenic In The Water Of Democracy

By Ian Sample on Jun 11, 2019 08:35 pm
One critic of Social Engineering and Digital Slavery, aka Technocracy, suggests that “Mass surveillance has a chilling effect that distorts public behaviour.” Indeed, the world has little time left to reverse the trend.
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In China’s Smart Cities, Everyone Is Being Watched

By Jamil Anderlini on Jun 11, 2019 08:16 pm
There is no escape from digital slavery: China now reveals that “most citizens are required to download apps on their phones that let the authorities monitor what they look at and track their movements.”
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6G Will Combine AI With Real-Time Speeds Of 1 Terabyte/Sec.

By MIT Technology Review on Jun 11, 2019 08:05 pm
If 5G is just a stepping stone to 6G, then hold on to your seat. AI plus instantaneous connections will enable ad-hoc networks of things and people to achieve unheard-of outcomes.
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