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January 27 - The cop of the future: Will crooks have a chance against smart bullets, crowd-stun cannons and eyes everywhere?
Article: One World Government
Data Mining and Automation: "In 2012, troopers
are beginning to utilize mobile applications such as electronic traffic
citations and traffic crash reports," Michigan State Police
Director Col. Kriste Kibbey Etue wrote.
"By 2022, troopers will have a one-stop shop records management system that will
incorporate all common administrative needs, including time accounting, report
writing, form completion and data collection. Troopers will also have direct
access to sophisticated biometric information that will make hiding one's
identity nearly impossible."
Crowd Control & Smart Bullets: There are a number of high
tech crime fighting tools being tested right now, and two of the most prominent
A-WASP system and the GPS Bullet. The Acoustic Warning Signal Projector, or
A-WASP, which emits a "highly directional" beam of intense sound to stun a
suspect in a less-lethal fashion than conventional methods.
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January 30 - Want to become a CYBORG? The technologies that could give you super vision, let you pick up a car and even plug yourself into your computer
Article: Cloning And Genetic Engineering
The pace of technological change is frightening,
and touch nearly every aspect of our daily lives, but none quite so deeply as
the field of cybernetics. That is, actually
grafting technology onto our bodies. Beginning to merge with our technology,
essentially becoming cyborgs. Sound farfetched? It probably
shouldn't. Even today, we can use technology to
improve nearly every part of our bodies, and what we can improve today, we can
outright replace tomorrow.
According to Ray Kurzweil, the director of engineering at Google,
the biological parts of our body could start to be
replaced by mechanical ones as early as 2100. We'll also be able to use
technology to boost our brainpower by as much as a billion-fold, assuming that
our brains (which are enormously complex computers themselves) abide by Moore's
Law, which states that the power of computers doubles, on average every two
years. This, coupled with enhancements in the area of 3d printing are already
rocketing us down that road.
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