After identifying 28 members of Congress as police suspects, Amazon’s facial recognition AI seems to work only about 80% of the time, and yet it is being sold en masse to governments and police agencies. Even if it worked 95% of the time, the 5% who are wrongly identified are at risk of having their lives destroyed for nothing.
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Just as regular citizens have no expectation of privacy for personal information, Big Tech has no expectation of privacy for their technology secrets. Why? Because its entire culture is riddled with working spies from foreign actors that feel they have as much right to technology as the ones who invented it in the first place, even if they have to steal it.
Technocrats should back up a few steps and look at the foolishness of their plans: To power America with 100% renewable enerty they propose 500,000 wind turbines, 18 billion square feet of solar panels, 75 million residential rooftop systems, 50,000 wind and solar farms. The projected cost is a minimum of $15.2 Trillion. However, we are already fully powered with enough oil, natural gas and coal resources to last another 200 years.
Populism and Technocracy are at opposite ends of the political spectrum, so what better application of the Hegelian Dialectic that merging them together by thesis-antithesis-synthesis? Technopopulism is in vogue but Technocrats will win if it continues.
The NSA mishandles data on a regular basis and much of what it collects is in direct violation of the Fourth Amendment. Technocrats are known for pathological hoarding, believing that by right all data belongs to them.
Humanity is in big trouble if this sex doll trend is not quickly reversed. In the Japanese culture, men prefer AI powered sex dolls over real women and marriage. This trend is also rising in popularity in Europe and England.
Facebook is on a one-way trip to oblivion if its Technocrat programmers don’t change their habit of manufacturing data out of thin air on users around the world. Inferred data is not real, verified data and it is often wrong.
Governor Cuomo has no problem with facial recognition reading every face in every car that passes by, and feeding the results into a massive database – all to catch a few criminals? This is a ludicrous proposition by a hard-core Technocrat with a bad case of dataitis.
Citizens say “No”. but big money says “Yes”. Money is flowing by the billions into China to fund facial recognition companies who operate freely there due to their warm embrace by the Technocracy-loving government.
Technocracy depends upon a digital society where every transaction can be tracked and analyzed. Cash prevents such tracking, and thus is being unilaterally removed. There has been no public request or particular need to destroy cash and so far, the public has not resisted the push.