This is mind-boggling technology, but will completely overtake many existing security functions. Basically, humans cannot escape their odors, and every human has a unique odor signature.
These companies are run by Technocrats who are all busy perfecting the the ultimate and interconnected global supply chain. The list is not necessarily perfect, but it is representative of a class of super-companies who are running the global show.
The esteemed Dr. Russell Blaylock, who is quoted in this article, wrote the very first review on Technocracy Rising: The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation. He totally gets Technocracy, and his assessment of vaccines is spot on.
When DHS finally implements facial recognition at airports, the government will likely authorize it across all agencies. Total Awareness Society is a core initiative of Technocracy.
The issue here is not labor-saving devices; rather, it is with the end-to-end corporate takeover of food production and distribution. No family farm can afford or maintain robotic operations on the scale of corporate farms.
After repeated assurances from government and military that robotic killing would not be pursued, here it is. Technocrats build because they can, not because it has been thought through.
China’s ubiquitous surveillance combines facial recognition software and artificial intelligence to track ‘persons of interest’ that may pose a threat to city life. This includes sophisticated pre-crime analysis that is supposed to spot criminals before they act. China is the global leader in implementing Technocracy.
The globalist London School of Economics offers a grim choice for cities: if you are not eating lunch at the table of New Urban Agenda, then you ARE lunch. Technocracy and Sustainable Development are transforming the global economy, which is mostly driven by cities.
The head of the UN is reorganizing the New Urban Agenda to refocus all of the UN’s resources on the singular mission to transform cities globally. This is the mission of Technocracy.
If millions of servers, routers, switchers and personal computers are wide-open to individual hackers, how much more to rogue governments or intelligence agencies?