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DARPA Robots: How Long Until AI Run Robots Are Policing The Streets

DARPA Robots: How Long Until AI Run Robots Are Policing The Streets

– DARPA & Ted Talks Robots – iRobot2Terminator – AI Robot Army of the Future is Now – Now DARPA’s “golden boy”, Boston Dynamics, is coming out to the public once again with their latest Robot Tech and introducing it like it should be a harmless pet. What they really want now is for you to purchase a new iRobot for your home as a family servant so you will get used to having robots in your midst. Eventually these…

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The Culture Leading Humanity to the Mark of the Beast | Transhumanism, not RFID

The Culture Leading Humanity to the Mark of the Beast | Transhumanism, not RFID

For God doth know that in the day ye eat thereof, then your eyes shall be opened, and ye shall be as gods, knowing good and evil. — Genesis 3:5 KJV Transhumanism is not a word that is spoken of a whole lot just yet. Oh it gets a mention here and there in certain circles and even on MSNBC’s Morning Joe in some small fashion but it is not on the front page news or a daily discussion topic…

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Neural Dust | Elfin Implant | Man to Merge With Machines | "Cyborg-Man-amorphosis"

Neural Dust | Elfin Implant | Man to Merge With Machines | "Cyborg-Man-amorphosis"

Everyone is talking about it. We’ve all heard the rumors that man may someday merge with machines. Have you ever wondered if that could really be possible? If so, how would it be done? What would it take to bring such a concept into reality?
The Science Engineers over at UC Berkeley have done just that. Now there is a new sensor, created by the Engineers in the Berkeley Science department which interfaces with the body in real time, requires no batteries, and is 100% implantable into the human body, subcutaneously that is (under the skin) not just under the skin, but as deep inside the body as an implant would be required to be placed to carry out its functions.

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