The China lockdown of 50 million citizens overnight was a key element in the long-standing plan to foist a fake pandemic on humanity. That lockdown provided the model for the rest of the world. We are now in phase one of Lockdown Civilization. The “scientific” rationale? THE VIRUS. The virus that isn’t there. The virus … Continue reading Phase One And Phase Two Of Phase One And Phase Two Of Technocracy’s Civilization Lockdown
https://youtu.be/CU_c9FWIa7s What has 90 Advocacy Groups screaming to the Tech Titans of Google, Amazon and Microsoft to ‘not sell this’ to the U.S. Government or they will use it to exploit us all. It is racist, it is discriminatory it is an Orwellian device beyond any measure. Once released fully on a population there will … Continue reading 90 ADVOCACY GROUPS BEG TECH TITANS ‘DO NOT SELL THIS’ TO U.S. GOV OR IT WILL BE USED AGAINST US ALL!
This is how blockchain and tokens will be used in the very near future. How will you avoid this? Not travel??? This is coming soon.
New technologies are helping to tackle one of the great scourges of air travel - airport queues. But at what cost to our privacy? Queues to check-in and drop your bags, at security, at passport control and finally queues at your boarding gate. Air travel can be a frustrating business, even if these queues are largely a … Continue reading Air travel ‘without your passport leaving your pocket’
“The system is able to identify 40 facial features, regardless of angles and lighting, at an accuracy rate of 99.8 percent,” reports People’s Daily. “It can also scan faces and compare them with its database of criminal suspects at large at a speed of 3 billion times a second, indicating that all Chinese people can … Continue reading China Deploys “SkyNet” Facial Recognition, Can Compare 3 Billion Faces Per Second
Among the almost 10 million students taking nationwide college entrance exams in China this week was an artificial intelligence program. The tests also saw authorities deploy facial recognition and drones, in an effort to clamp down on high-tech cheating. The exam, colloquially known as the ‘gaokao’ in China, was held over Wednesday and Thursday across most … Continue reading AI computer joins millions of Chinese students taking fearsome entrance exam
Is it worth the convenience for a machine to recognize your face? Submit a selfie, and you don't need to carry a ticket into a concert, promises Moscow's NTechLab, which used face-scanning technology to let people into a electronic music festival this summer. Of course, the selfies, once submitted, stay with NTechLab, which is free … Continue reading No Place To Hide – Software That Identifies Any Passing Face Is Ready For Market
New app Findface manages to identify people in a crowd. The new Russian app, FindFace, allows users to photograph people in a crowd and work out their identities, with 70 per cent reliability. The app works by comparing photographs to profile pictures on the social network Vkontakte, which has more than 200million accounts in Russia and the … Continue reading THE END OF PRIVACY: New facial recognition app allows users to identify STRANGERS in crowd
It is the latter days of summer and there’s not much excitement. However, one day stands out like no other. On that fateful day, you awaken to the news that the nation’s banks are “temporarily closed” because some terrorist group launched a cyber attack upon all of the major banks the night before. You instantly … Continue reading How to Avoid Capture If You Are On the Jade Helm Red List
Leaked Document Reveals Upcoming Biometric Experiments at US Customs - motherboard.vice.com The facial recognition pilot program launched last week by US Customs and Border Protection, which civil liberties advocates say could lead to new potentially privacy-invading programs, is just the first of three biometric experiments that the feds are getting ready to launch. The three experiments … Continue reading Leaked Document Reveals Upcoming Biometric Experiments at US Customs