The U.S. is going to seriously cut ground forces (Army & Marines, particularly). The monkey pony show of politics calls it budget cuts and such, but they neglect to point out that grunts are being obviated by bots, man.
These two seemingly low-tech pasty white guys in their 40s are the unlikely heroes of contemporary entertainment technology – and the comedy entertainment industry’s version of The Man should be very, very scared.
The excess of profoundly ambitious British transportation projects continues to enhance my annoyance at the flaccid state of American ingenuity in developing and modernizing human travel. This super-tech concept is inspiring.
Anyone who moans and complains about Facebook privacy has got to be partially brain damaged. But faces are not something we can share selectively – well, unless we go all hijab on ourselves or something…
Google’s broad-spectrum tech development efforts & investment probably excede that of any other private entity. That’s great, but what’s up here? Is cutting-edge technological innovation shifting away from governmental entities? Is that good or evil?
Is it immoral to coercively control human population? Or is it cruel to perhaps implement a form of tied aid where we provide you with food/water/ a goat/etc. if and only if you accept this implant which will prevent you from reproducing for five years?