When insurance companies, HMOs, medicare, etc., implement this technology, patients will see rampant discrimination based on their AI health score; after all, who would sell a life insurance policy to someone who is going to die soon?
Threat analysis and decisions will be made autonomously, notifying border patrol agents; however, this is a slippery slope that could all too easily be inducted into broad law enforcement practices.
Even though President Trump has withdrawn from the Paris Climate Accord on global warming, apparently Secretary Perry has not gotten word, for the Department of Energy’s web page on Climate Change is still present on the Energy.gov website.
The rapidly emerging AI arms race to create autonomous killing machines is Technocrat insanity at its highest peak. To the Technocrat mind, every problem has a scientific solution; so why not let an armed and lethal AI robot do all the work of human soldiers?
Like it or not, Augmented Reality is rapidly advancing to the point that people will not be able to tell the difference between real and unreal. Where boundaries and privacy do not exist, this will create a dystopian world.
Cheap manufactured products are not China’s primary exports, but social engineering technologies are. Authoritarian regimes are eagerly adopting China’s dystopian surveillance and censorship technologies, using data and manipulation to maintain their power.
Societies are undergoing subtle yet massive changes because constant surveillance causes people to modify their behavior. You might nix certain activities that are thought to result in negative outcomes, and adopt new practices that are seen as positive. This is the wretched iron fist of Technocracy’s ‘science of social engineering’.
If data can be pumped into your brain, then your personal sensory data can be pumped out… just like the scenario in the upcoming Channing Powell series, The Feed. However, just because scientists say something is going to happen doesn’t mean it is really going to happen.
While science fiction is typically futuristic, The Feed is based on currently developing technology designed to use brain implanted chips to interface with the Internet. Some are already comparing The Feed to Nineteen Eighty Four and Brave New World.
T-Mobile lays out the real driver behind 5G: IoT and AI. Connecting everything and everybody together will permit command and control like never seen before in history. Unimaginable volumes of data will be collected, which is the life-blood of Artificial Intelligence.