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Scientists create bionic particles ‘inspired by Terminator’

Guardian In what might come to be seen as a moment of apocalyptic hubris, scientists at universities in Michigan and Pittsburgh in the US have pioneered bionic particles – a blend of organic matter with semiconductors – that they describe as being "inspired by fictional cyborgs like Terminator".The particles, currently microscopic…
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“Autonomous Data Machine”: Meet Knightscope K5, Your New Worst Enemy

Mike Paczesny The Rundown Live A company in California has developed a mobile robot, known as the K5 Autonomous Data Machine, as a security tool for for schools and neighborhoods and private corporations. The bot is 5 feet tall, weighs 300 pounds and looks a lot like R2-D2 and according to…
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Is This Electronic Sign Part Of The IntelliStreets Surveillance System? (Photos)

By Conspiracy Analyst After hearing about the IntelliStreets signs that are being installed in Las Vegas a few months back, I needed to see if I could find one of these signs myself. After driving around for some time, I came across signs in 5 different areas of Las Vegas,…
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The US government is bankrolling the engineering of humans

Jon Rappoport by Jon Rappoport If you still remember a piece of paper called the US Constitution, you might wonder under what section of that document the government is permitted to alter the human species. A current Pentagon plan to create a biological platform inside the human body, using it…
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US State Department Halts 3-D Gun Production: Demands Removal Of All Online Blueprints

ZeroHedge by Tyler Durden Three days ago, in an article that looked at the convergence of 3-D printing and the 2nd Amendment, we presented "the Liberator" - the world's first fully 3-D printed firearm. The name was aptly chosen because courtesy of its creator, 25-year old UofT law student Cody…
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Air Force to research non-lethal directed energy weapon ‘bioeffects’ to create new exotic weaponry

End The Lie By Madison Ruppert While it may sound like complete science fiction, the Air Force is actually preparing to spend $49 million to research the biological effects of non-lethal directed energy weapons in hopes of creating future weaponry that manipulates the body on a biochemical or molecular level.…
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Robo-Reporters to Replace Mainstream Journalists?

Paul Joseph Watson March 27, 2013 The mainstream media is now so glib, unquestioning and intellectually castrated that robo-reporters could soon replace real journalists – without anyone noticing. Computer algorithms are already being used to manufacture news stories about earthquakes and other data-rich issues and this same process could soon…
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Video: Cyro, robotic surveillance jellyfish at Virginia Tech

Digital Journal Researchers at Virginia Tech say they have developed a robotic jellyfish called Cyro, an autonomous marine robot with eight arms measuring nearly six feet and weighing 170 pounds. The robot is designed to mimic the movements of a jellyfish using an energy-efficient puslatile umbrella-like silicone frame to produce…
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The Robot Reality: Service Jobs Are Next to Go

CNBC If you meet Baxter, the latest humanoid robot from Rethink Robotics – you should get comfortable with him, because you'll likely be seeing more of him soon. Rethink Robotics released Baxter last fall and received an overwhelming response from the manufacturing industry, selling out of their production capacity through…
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DARPA Sets Out to Make Computers That Can Teach Themselves

Wired The Pentagon’s blue-sky research agency is readying a nearly four-year project to boost artificial intelligence systems by building machines that can teach themselves — while making it easier for ordinary schlubs like us to build them, too. When Darpa talks about artificial intelligence, it’s not talking about modeling computers…
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Drones: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know But Were Always Afraid to Ask

Mother Jones Which other nations have them? Did they exist during the Civil War? What do they have to do with tacos and rhinos? swanksalot/Flickr If you've checked out the news these past few (or many) months, you've probably noticed some news about drones. Drones used by the CIA to…
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Killer robots must be stopped, say campaigners

Guardian by Tracy McVeigh 'Autonomous weapons', which could be ready within a decade, pose grave risk to international law, claim activists. A scene from the 2003 film Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines. Scientists say killer robots are not science fiction. Photograph: Observer A new global campaign to persuade nations…
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How neuroscientists are hacking into brain waves to open new frontiers

NBC News  Neuroscientists are following through on the promise of artificially enhanced bodies by creating the ability to "feel" flashes of light in invisible wavelengths, or building an entire virtual body that can be controlled via brain waves. "Things that we used to think were hoaxes or science fiction are…
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Robot helicopters help out in war zones

My Fox DC A robotic helicopter has been quietly busy resupplying Marines on the battlefield and in remote locations in Afghanistan. Truck re-supply convoys and their military escorts are frequently the target of improvised explosive devises and insurgent attacks; by replacing the traditional truck convoy, the unmanned K-MAX has already…
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Captain Kirk’s Predecessor: Star Trek Was RAND Corporation Predictive Programming

by Jurriaan Maessen In a rare and recently unearthed interview from 1965, the actor who preceded William Shatner as first captain of the Enterprise, stated that the series was based on the RAND Corporation’s “projection of things to come”. Actor Jeffrey Hunter, who played captain Christopher Pike in the Star…
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Fla. Senate Panel Votes To Ban Spying With Drones

CBS Tampa A Florida Senate panel says police should be banned from using drones to spy on citizens. A bill (SB 92) that would prohibit law enforcement agencies from gathering evidence or other information flew through the Criminal Justice Committee with a unanimous vote Tuesday. It also would ban government…
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‘Smart’ Despotism to be Our Inevitable Future?

Activist Post by Alec Scheer It is 2020. Flying cars are zipping past tall metallic sky scrapers. A dismal grey, caused by the pollution, is cast upon the cityscape. Flashing screens can be seen nearly every block. Apartments, stores, street vendors, commuters, and the tall skyscrapers are dangerously compacted into…
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Hackers say coming air traffic control system lets them hijack planes

NetworkWorld By Taylor Armerding FAA says it can spot hacking attempts, but won't allow independent 'stress tests' An ongoing multibillion-dollar overhaul of the nation's air traffic control (ATC) system is designed to make commercial aviation more efficient, more environmentally friendly and safer by 2025. But some white-hat hackers are questioning…
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Advanced humanoid Roboy to be ‘born’ in nine months

Meet Roboy, “one of the most advanced humanoid robots,” say researchers at the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory of the University of Zurich. Their 15 project partners and over 40 engineers and scientists are constructing Roboy as a tendon-driven robot modeled on human beings (robots usually have their motors in their joints,…
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Man-made tornadoes may produce green energy (PHOTOS)

Massive man-made twisters reaching to the skies from cyclopean structures on the ground may be the future of suburban landscape. A Canadian firm is developing the technology to use the tornadoes to produce electricity – and assures it would be safe. The company, AVEtec Energy Corporation, is working on a…
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Wearable Technology Real-Life Invisibility Cloak Claims to Make Soldiers Virtually Undetectable

Source: Ecouterre A Canadian camouflage-design company claims to be developing a real-life invisibility cloak that causes its wearer to vanish in plain sight. Likening its “Quantum Stealth” technology to Harry Potter’s magical coverup, the British Columbia-based Hyperstealth Biotechnology says the material tricks the human eye by bending light around a…
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Agenda 21 and the New World Economy: where happiness ‘matters’

Activist Post by Julie Beal "If we understand the nodes that control opinions, we can interpret the data, then intervene ….Why would you want to have a network and not control it? .... Whether it is the Internet, a power grid, or an organization with a CEO at the helm,…
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German Entrepreneur Brings Solar Ovens To the Mexican Countryside To Produce Emissions-Free Tortillas

Inhabitat Image © Olivier Daniélo German entrepreneur Gregor Schaper has installed a series of large circular solar panels in the small town of El Sauz, near Mexico City, and uses solar energy for all his cooking. Each solar cooker costs about solar cooker costs between $4,000 and $5,000 to build, according…
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Transhumanism: How the Elite Plan to Live Forever

Occupy Corporatism by Susanne Posel The eugenicists at The Royal Society, in conjunction with Academy of Medical Sciences, British Academy and Royal Academy of Engineering came together this month to discuss the potentials, opportunities and challenges of the melding of man with machine ( transhumanism) under the guise of augmentation…
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University Of Washington Researchers Develop Dissolving Condom

CBS Seattle SEATTLE – A new, discreet condom has been developed that prevents pregnancy and protects against sexually transmitted diseases by dissolving inside of the body and releasing preventative drugs after use. Researchers at the University of Washington developed the condom from tiny microfibers where strength, solubility and shape can…
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Next-gen US drone: now equipped with ‘death ray’ laser

Blacklisted News The next generation of military drones, unveiled by a leading US manufacturer, will not just carry a limited supply of rockets – but will likely be fitted with an ultra-light laser, capable of repeatedly destroying objects at the speed of light. “It would give us an unlimited magazine,”…
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Text messages direct to your contact lens

The Telegraph By Bruno Waterfield New technology that will allow information, such as text messages from a mobile phone, to be projected onto a contact lens worn in the human eye has been developed by Belgian researchers. Ghent University's centre of microsystems technology has developed a spherical curved LCD display…
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Artificial brain passes basic IQ test

Source: Raw Story An artificial brain created by neuroscientists at the Unviersity of Waterloo in Canada can pass a basic IQ test according to researchers, reported ExtremeTech. The Semantic Pointer Architecture Unified Network — SPAUN — contains million simulated neurons. It can complete eight different tasks, and an attached arm…
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Bionic eye implants now allow blind people to read

Natural News (NaturalNews) Researchers have made a breakthrough in restoring the ability to read for blind people with the speed they were formerly accustomed to, by using a "bionic eye" implant to transmit Braille patterns directly on to patients' retinas. The successful trial was carried out using a device called…
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Scientists build largest ever computerized brain

The Register Canadian scientists have built a functioning computer simulation of the human brain, dubbed Spaun, that's able to recognize characters and perform simple actions. The team at the University of Waterloo's Centre for Theoretical Neuroscience built the brain from million computer-simulated neurons, compared to the average human, who has…
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1 Million Robots To Replace 1 Million Human Jobs At Foxconn? First Robots Have Arrived

Foxconn, the Chinese electronics manufacturer that builds numerous mobile devices and gaming consoles, has been in the media lately because of labor issues, complaints over working conditions, rumored riots, and even suicides, all occurring in the past few years as demand for smartphones and tablets is skyrocketing. While consumers began…
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Experts To Study Whether Robots Will Exterminate Humanity

Paul Joseph Watson November 27, 2012 Experts at the prestigious University of Cambridge will conduct research into the “extinction-level risks” posed to humanity by artificially intelligent robots. The Cambridge Project for Existential Risk is dedicated to “ensuring that our own species has a long-term future” by studying the risks posed by AI,…
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Free guns for everyone! Texas startup plans to distribute blueprints for 3-D printable firearms

Putting a hole in someone’s head could soon be as easy as pressing Ctrl-P. A Texas-based group of Second Amendment advocates say they are ready with the world’s first firearm made entirely from a 3-D printer. Defense Distributed spokesman Cody Wilson tells the UK’s Guardian that his company has the…
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A Family’s Fight for Freedom: Lawyers Move to Block RFID Expulsion

Infowars A Texas school district has come under legal fire after a student was expelled for failure to comply with the “School Locator Project,” an RFID chip tracking program currently being piloted in a San Antonio middle and high school. John Jay High School sophomore Andrea Hernandez was involuntarily withdrawn…
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DARPA seeking surveillance technology to predict future behavior

HSN DARPA has teamed up with scientists from Carnegie Mellon University to create an artificial intelligence system that can watch and predict what a person will “likely” do in the future, using specially programmed software designed to analyze various real-time video surveillance feeds; the system can automatically identify and notify…
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Military drones zero in on $400 billion civilian market

Source: Reuters Military drone technology, which has revolutionized warfare over the last decade, will be ready for civilian use within four years and could create a market worth more than $400 billion. That's the prediction from a UK research project backed by the government and top aerospace companies hoping for…
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‘Future Soldier’ to watch over Russia and France

Russia is set to purchase French advanced "future soldier" equipment FELIN, which provides infantrymen with improved close-combat capability and includes body armor, bullet proof vest, ballistic helmet and other hi-tech devices. The sides have already reached an agreement on the matter, Russia’s Defense Minister Anatoly Serdyukov said on Thursday. For…
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