European Technocrats have determined that advanced robots must be classed as ‘electronic persons’ so they can be regulated like everyone and every thing in society.
4th Industrial Revolution
WEF founder Schwab notes, “The world today seems to be engulfed in a sea of pessimism, negativity, and cynicism.” Really? Could it be the natural outcome of disingenuous and destructive globalization in the first place?
The Internet of Things (IoT) will hundreds of devices in every home and person’s life: who will animate and orchestrate them? Amazon is scrambling to achieve dominance
If AI takes over the insurance industry functions of analysis and underwriting, then scientific dictatorship is just one step away. In this case, IBM’s Watson program is displacing 35 workers involved in paying insurance claims. The firm believes that “cognitive technology that can think like a human” and notes that it can “analyze and interpret all of your data, including unstructured text, images, audio and video”
Amazon CEO is a true Technocrat, seeking to automate away virtually every job within his company. Whereas automation used to assist humans in their work endeavors, now automation replaces the workers entirely.
The trickle-down effect of total surveillance makes it ok for retailers to use whatever means they can to drill down into customer privacy. The Technocrat mind will not make any moral argument to prevent it.
UBI trials are being conducted in the U.S., Canada, Iceland and Brazil, while the global elite hold study groups. This is the downhill slide into Technocracy, and TN predicts that the ultimate global currency will be based on energy.
A few people are understanding the need for ethics discussions before new technologies are released on mankind. Technocrats strongly disagree. From Jon Rappoport’s blog: “Technocratic human beings are spiritually dead. They are capable of anything, no matter how heinous, because they do not reflect upon or question the ultimate goal.” —Chris Hedges
Foxconn is the world’s largest contract electronics manufacturer with over 1.3 million employees whose jobs are in certain jeopardy. Several years ago, the Foxconn CEO retained the head zookeeper at the Beijing zoo to consult on employee management. The problem has apparently been worked out: simply get rid of the employees. This is a perfect storm for Technocrats.
Amazon has already started using drones to deliver products to its customers, albeit on a very small scale. However, there’s one small problem with drone…