Low Skill, Low Income worker- You’re fired: Rise of the Machines to take over burger-flipping jobs

businessinsider.com A company called Momentum Machines has built a robot that could radically change the fast-food industry and have some line cooks looking for new jobs. The company’s robot can “slice toppings like tomatoes and pickles immediately before it places… Continue Reading

DARPA Brain Chips to Implant False Memories

Infowars.com The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is developing brain chips that will implant or remove specific memories from a subject, a prospect some may deem chilling given DARPA’s previous advocacy of authentication microchips. Neuroscientists foresee a brave new… Continue Reading

US Government Begins Testing Internet ‘Driver’s License’

techdirt.com “The ultimate goal is a replacement of many logins and passwords people maintain to access content and participate in comment threads and forums. This “solution,” while somewhat practical, also raises considerable privacy concerns.” (CLICK TO READ ARTICLE)

WTF is WRONG with you humans?!?! Could we condemn criminals to suffer for hundreds of years? Biotechnology could let us extend convicts’ lives ‘indefinitely’

The fact that this is even being explored should have the ENTIRE HUMAN RACE COMPLETELY ASHAMED OF ITSELF!!! SHAME ON YOU HUMANS!!! DailyMail.co.uk Sentencing a criminal to 1,000 years in an artificial hell may one day become a reality. At… Continue Reading

North Dakota Cow Thief Becomes First Criminal Located by Drone in U.S.

Betabeat.com Rodney Brossart, the farmer from North Dakota, was arrested after being located by Predator drone, Forbes reports. Sentenced Tuesday, Jan. 14, he is the first American to be sent to the clink thanks to drone assistance, U.S. News & World… Continue Reading

‘Sorry, Dave, I can’t let you do that’: Robots learn, network without humans

rt.com A World Wide Web for robots just got more real as scientists ready to demo a project four years in the making: a cloud-based hive mind for robots to upload and download information and learn new tasks from each… Continue Reading

Feds consider mandating new cars to broadcast speed, location

RT.com The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is currently considering whether to require all new cars to include communication technology that constantly broadcasts a vehicle’s location, speed, and perhaps even the number of passengers inside. This new technology, dubbed “vehicle-to-vehicle”… Continue Reading

Rise of the Machines: Drones set to make their own ‘Kill’ decision

By Joshua Foust National Journal Scientists, engineers and policymakers are all figuring out ways drones can be used better and more smartly, more precise and less damaging to civilians, with longer range and better staying power. One method under development… Continue Reading

T3chnocracy Ownz Ur Children: Teens Caught On The Run Will Be Electronically Monitored

CBS Detroit MOUNT PLEASANT (WWJ) – A Michigan judge has ruled a couple of teens dubbed “Romeo and Juliet” must wear electronic monitors and can’t have contact with each other, following their two-week getaway. Jayden Thomas, 13, and Braxton Wood,… Continue Reading

Advanced Optical Systems makes touchless fingerprint identification a reality for smart phones, national defense

Kimberly Ballard al.com HUNTSVILLE, Alabama — What do you get when you cross facial structure, eyeballs, voice and fingerprints with body odor? The answer is a new science focused on personal identification verification (PIV) techniques called biometric identification. Fans of… Continue Reading

Facebook to use Biometric Scanning tech for Auto-Tagging of photo

PROTECT YOURSELF, DELETE YOUR FACEBOOK!!!! Reuters Reporter dailymail.co.uk Facebook heads are considering incorporating most of its 1 billion-plus members’ profile photos into its growing facial recognition database, expanding the scope of the social network’s controversial technology. The possible move, which… Continue Reading

Drones to escort children to school?!

Casey Cora dnainfo.com MCKINLEY PARK — If a Chicago alderman has his way, the city could someday see drones buzzing through the skies as part of an effort to keep students safe as they walk to school. “We could use… Continue Reading