The hottest export in the world, right behind arms and weaponry, is AI surveillance technology. Corporations and governments want to sell it, and everyone else wants it. The industry has gone viral, infecting the whole planet.
Certain frequencies that do not normally appear in nature in harmful intensities, can be used as a potent weapon leading to incapacitation, vomiting, organ damage and heart attacks. Yet another Technocrat solution to social engineering.
Baltimore was busted in 2016 for conducting a secret aerial surveillance dragnet of the entire city with a single airplane. Not its back at the table looking for three airplanes to blanket the city in real-time.
Throwing legality and the Constitution aside, Technocrats lust after data on society. Collecting data in real-time is the holy grail of AI that is used for instant analysis and reporting of actionable offenses.
Technocrats in the Administration believe they have some sort of divine right to any data that exists anywhere in the universe, and are working backdoors to increase their already massive hoard or citizen data.
Geofencing technology is well-known to pet owners who want to keep their dogs inside their yard, but now it is being implemented to control the geospatial limitation of people and the vehicles they drive.
TSA will scan your printed travel documents and then scan your face to see how well they can match you. In the process, they will ultimately create a nationwide facial recognition system on all travelers.
Amazon owns Ring and has sole million of the camera-embedded cameras to homeowners nationwide. Next, it offered the surveillance to police forces in every community. So far, 400 police forces are signed up.
High-tech facial recognition systems are fostering a total-surveillance police state across America and citizens may not have much time left to declare it un-American, un-Constitutional and a violation of their Civil Rights.
If the vast majority of drivers despise red-light cameras, then why do governments insist on forcing them upon us? This does little more than undermine the Rule of Law while fanning distrust and animosity.