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(Oct 30 2019) - Every Keystroke on Every Device Is LOGGED Somewhere
WORLD - This isnt supposition, or assumption, or even an opinion. Its a fact. If you have the minimum of a standard smartphone and/or leave your house at any time, what you say, what you type, what you do, is being listened to, recorded, monitored, and analyzed by software, technology, people, or all of the above. Cameras in the phone, virtual assistants, GPS (Global Positioning System) tracking, traffic cameras, store cameras, other peoples phones, cameras and recording devices, dash cams, body cams, and even satellite and drone cameras, all watch, listen, and monitor what we do. And thats just the tip of the iceberg.

(Oct 29 2019) - Brain-to-Brain Communication in Humans ???
U.S.A. - We humans have evolved a rich repertoire of communication, from gesture to sophisticated languages. All of these forms of communication link otherwise separate individuals in such a way that they can share and express their singular experiences and work together collaboratively. In a new study, technology replaces language as a means of communicating by directly linking the activity of human brains. Electrical activity from the brains of a pair of human subjects was transmitted to the brain of a third individual in the form of magnetic signals, which conveyed an instruction to perform a task in a particular manner.

(Oct 24 2019) - The Technology Changes Dictatorship Rules
NEW WORLD ORDER - With modern technology and advanced systems, computer chips and hi-tech surveillance, Big Brother is watching, and its now all systems go! Everythings falling into place for the global economy to take off, and the technology and necessary computing power are with us now, the actual infrastructure is already in place, developed, tested and proven. The Anti-Christ world leader will be the author of confusion, the master counterfeiter, and through his many images he will deceive the nations. The Antichrist will come on the world stage peaceably, with flatteries, via powerful persuasion and propaganda. By this means he is able to creep into houses and lead captive the masses.

(Oct 18 2019) - NBC News Promotes Getting a Microchip in Your Hand
AMERICA - NBC News celebrated the prospect of millions of people getting a microchip implanted in their hand as a likely future outcome. The segment is introduced by pointing out that people who have taken the chip do not need to carry keys, ID, credit cards or money. It points out that embedding microchips in humans has long been a feature of dystopian fiction like Black Mirror, but that in Sweden the microchips are already here.

(Oct 10 2019) - Artificial Intelligence to Pave Way for Antichrist
NEW WORLD ORDER - The shock claim comes after a recent survey found that a quarter of Europeans would welcome an AI leader to replace politicians who, according to respondents of the survey, are doing a bad job. Certain Christians have taken this as a sign that the end of the world is near, and believe the Antichrist will masquerade as artificial intelligence. The conspiracy theorists point to a passage in the Bible that suggests the Antichrist will rule the world in a form that humans trust. In todays world, humanity is desperately seeking someone with a strong hand to take the helm and bring about world peace ...

(Oct 06 2019) - Forget Facial Recognition: DHSs New Database ... ???
U.S.A. - These days, you cant really go anywhere without encountering cameras. Going into a store? Chances are there are security cameras. Getting money at an ATM? More cameras. Driving through the streets of a city? More cameras still. Your neighbors may have those doorbells from Amazon that are surveilling the entire neighborhood. And many of these cameras are tied into facial recognition databases, or the footage can be quite easily compared there if authorities are looking for somebody. But as it turns out, it isnt just facial recognition we have to worry about.

(Oct 03 2019) - License Plate Database, Knows Where You Are In Real-Time
U.S.A. - Forget everything you have ever heard about police license plate readers and public safety, because it is all a lie. Three major Automatic License Plate Reader (ALPR) companies have created a mind-boggling database of 14 billion license plates that allows law enforcement to track anyone in real-time. The Digital Recognition Network (DRN) has a database of over 8 billion license plates and boasts about sending customers (law enforcement) live vehicle location alerts. "If you think there is nothing you can do to automatically detect vehicles, think again."

(Oct 02 2019) - Are We Being Auto-Enrolled into the Mark of the Beast ???
U.S.A. - This piece does not aim to provide certainty of conclusion(s), but food for thought. Over time, as one observes seemingly unrelated or spontaneous developments, a pattern can become discernable. This writer is discerning that we may slowly be being corralled into a Mark of the Beast regime not necessarily by force, as many assume but through a form of auto-enrollment by means of that corralling. Many have opined that the Mark will manifest itself in the form of microchips implanted underneath the skin whether voluntarily using deception, or by force theres even a movie about this titled Rumors of Wars. And that may well occur. But ...

(Sep 29 2019) - Smart Streetlights Unleash Orwellian Nightmare ...
SAN DIEGO - Some residents of San Diego, California are demanding the removal of 4,000 Smart Streetlights which they claim are an invasion of privacy. The devices use sensor nodes to gather a range of information, such as weather and parking counts, but also uses facial recognition technology to count pedestrians. No wonder, George Orwells 1984, published seventy years ago, has enjoyed a massive spike in sales in recent years. The San Diego City Council approved the installation of the Smart StreetLights in December 2016.

(Sep 18 2019) - Smart TVs Caught Sending Sensitive User Data To ...
AMERICA - A study by researchers from Northeastern University and Imperial College London found that many popular smart TV models, including models by Samsung and LG, as well as streaming dongles Roku and Amazon FireTV, are leaking sensitive user data to advertisers. The models listed above would share data like location and IP address with Netflix, Facebook and third-party advertisers, according to the FT. Nearly 70% of Americans have a smart TV or a Roku or Apple TV. Nearly all of these devices have recognition technology that tracks what you watch, and sells data approximating your interests to advertisers.

(Sep 17 2019) - Cashless Society and the End of Freedom
NEW WORLD ORDER - In the 1970s, US researchers sought to create a perfect surveillance system that wouldnt inhibit peoples behavior. They predicted that the widespread adoption of debit cards would eventually become that surveillance system and they were right. The surveillance capability introduced by debit cards diminishes the anonymity of cash payments, making it easier for the government to collect taxes and eliminate black markets that heavily rely on cash precisely for its untraceability.

(Sep 16 2019) - The CIA is Exploring Long-Range Biometric Identification
U.S.A. - The intelligence community is working to build biometric identification systems that can single out individuals from hundreds of yards away or more, a feat thats virtually impossible using the technology that exists today. Ultimately, the tech would let spy agencies rapidly identify people using cameras deployed on far off rooftops and unmanned aircraft, according to the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity, the research arm for the CIA and other intelligence agencies.

(Sep 16 2019) - Huawei Buys Russian Facial Recognition Technology
CHINA - Chinese telecom giant Huawei has purchased the intellectual property rights to facial recognition systems designed by a Russian developer and manufacturer of high-tech security technology. Some employees of Moscow-based Vokord will also be transferred to Huawei as part of the $50-million agreement, according to sources close to the deal, as quoted by Vedomosti. Huaweis Russian subsidiary, along with Hong Kong-based Huawei Digital Technologies, will reportedly become the owners of the intellectual property rights for Vokords patents on face ID technology and equipment.

(Sep 09 2019) - Chinas Totalitarian Social Credit System Coming to America ???
AMERICA - The Founding Fathers innocent until proven guilty justice system is being upended as far-left companies & cities look for ways to bring Chinas totalitarian social credit system to the U.S. Under soon-to-be-implemented rules, individuals could lose access to Airbnb, WhatsApp, Uber & even local restaurants & bars based on a single comment from a person with an axe to grind. Regaining access would be a tedious, and most likely unsuccessful process as the company that cut off an individual in the first place would have sole discretion regarding whether or not to allow such an individual to regain access to the app, business place, or marketplace in question.

(Sep 09 2019) - Lockport Schools pull faces from facial recognition system ...
NEW YORK - The Lockport City School District began classes last week without its long discussed AEGIS facial recognition technology in place. The State Department of Education told the district to hold off on installing the system while more questions were answered about its use and scope. Superintendent Michelle Bradley told our 7 Eyewitness News I-Team that as of right now, the system is set to be implemented tracking only guns, not faces at all.

(Sep 06 2019) - IT BEGINS: Amazon Now Testing Payment System ...
U.S.A. - Amazon hopes to have the scanners in place at its Whole Foods supermarkets by the beginning of next year, the newspaper reported, citing sources briefed on the company's plans. Unlike fingerprint scanners found on mobile devices, Amazon's system doesn't require users to physically touch a scanning surface. Instead, it uses vision and depth geometry to scan the hands of shoppers with Amazon Prime accounts and then charge the purchases to their credit card information already on file, the newspaper reported.

(Sep 02 2019) - The New Security Score is the "Mark of the Beast" ???
U.S.A. - Most of us have heard of the social credit score which will act upon your ability to travel, buy or rent a home, for expressing a non-Leftist opinion. Now we have the security score in which you have been assigned a "security score" which will eliminate your ability to buy or sell. You guessed it, it is the mark of the beast.

(Sep 01 2019) - A Brief Tour Through the Wild West of Neural Interfaces
U.S.A. - To most of us, zapping neurons with electricity to artificially incept memories, sensation, and movement still sounds crazy. But in some brain labs, that technology is beginning to feel old school. As a new review in Nature Biotechnology concludes: get off the throne, electrodes, there are plenty of other neural probes in town. They dance to the tune of light or chemicals, and in some cases, theyre bilingual. Heres a brief tour into the wild west of neural implants. Some require genetic engineering, and because of that have only been proven in experimental animals. But if history is any indication, brain-manipulation technologies dont tend to stay in the lab. Watch out, you may see some trickling down into potential human use in the next few years.

(Aug 31 2019) - Workers Wear I Got Chipped T-Shirts Celebrating New Implants
WISCONSIN - Employees at the Three Square Market in Rivers Falls, WI actually celebrated by wearing I Got Chipped t-shirts after they were implanted with microchips by their bosses. The microchips are the size of a grain of rice, and they were embedded into the hands of employees for Three Square Market, a vending company that makes kiosks to dispense food and beverages. It was done supposedly for the purposes of convenience, and employees hands can now be read to verify their identity.

(Aug 30 2019) - Report Sounds Alarm Over Brain-Reading Technology & Neurocapitalism
AMERICA - "Your brain, the final privacy frontier, may not be private much longer." A Vox report that swiftly sparked alarm across the internet Friday outlined how, "in the era of neurocapitalism, your brain needs new rights," following recent revelations that Facebook and Elon Musk's Neuralink are developing technologies to read people's minds.

(Aug 26 2019) - Silicon Valley is building a Chinese-style social credit system
CALIFORNIA - In China, scoring citizens behavior is official government policy. U.S. companies are increasingly doing something similar, outside the law. Many Westerners are disturbed by what they read about Chinas social credit system. But such systems, it turns out, are not unique to China. A parallel system is developing in the United States, in part as the result of Silicon Valley and technology-industry user policies, and in part by surveillance of social media activity by private companies. Here are some of the elements of Americas growing social credit system.

(Aug 25 2019) - Big Brothers got a new toy - and you wont like it!
AMERICA - Robot crime dog - he can smell everywhere youve been - forever! Forget lasering your fingerprints or wearing a hairnet and gloves at the scene of your next crime. Very soon the government wont need your DNA or prints - theyll be able to follow the trail of bugs you leave everywhere. And the bad news is, this evidence cant be erased or covered up - because its everywhere youve ever been.

(Aug 21 2019) - Understanding how social media biometrics can be weaponized
U.S.A. - The US Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) is studying opportunities to obtain, analyze, and utilize information thats voluntarily disseminated in the public domain including social media for both defensive and offensive purposes which could lead to new and potentially controversial operations intelligence collection requirements. What this means, practically, is that USSOCOM is investigating whether social media biometrics are exploitable for the purposes outlined in the studies, in the context of new signals (SIGINT) and communications intelligence (COMINT) collection requirements and their concomitant collection systems and methods.

(Aug 19 2019) - Cameras installed in airline seats recording you ???
HONG KONG - If being subjected to radiation and groped at the airport wasnt enough, now airline passengers will be monitored in their seats by CCTV cameras that can randomly take pictures of you, watch you eat, and pick your nose. In Hong Kong, individual camera screens are being installed in every headrest, glaring at each passenger. Hong-Kong based Cathay Pacific has installed entertainment screens in the back of every airline seat. These screens are equipped with cameras that can surreptitiously monitor every passengers movements and personal preferences. The only place where cameras arent installed the airline reassures is in the bathrooms.

(Aug 17 2019) - COPS ARE NOW USING FACIAL RECOGNITION TECH ...
U.S.A. - The militarization of our police has taken an Orwellian turn for the worse as technology is merging with the force removing the human connection that is necessary when dealing with the public. Amazons newest facial recognition software called Rekognition can now detect fear on top of the 7 other emotions the system can already detect and they are selling this technology to law informant and government agencies.

(Aug 16 2019) - Facial recognition for travel and onboarding ...
U.S.A. - A draft of a major tender for cloud biometrics has been published by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), with an estimated $960 million blanket purchase agreement (BPA). CBP is upgrading its system to process passenger applications with facial recognition as part of its Biometric Entry procedure. The aviation industry is ready to embrace a single biometrics-based token for all touchpoints in the traveler journey, and deployments, mostly on trial basis, kept up their pace this week.

(Jul 29 2019) - Facial Recognition an Overpowering Tyranny
AMERICA - George Orwells grim 1984 story admonition that "Big Brother is Watching You" has since gained a rapidly growing number of progeny. That same year he wrote it in 1949 an American company released the first commercially-available closed-circuit television (CCTV) system. The market for these devices literally exploded a half-century later following September 2001 terror attacks which shook the national psyche. By last year, New York City had ramped up installations to roughly 20,000 officially-run cameras in Manhattan alone.

(Jul 19 2019) - The Mark of the Beast, and the Vatican Jesuits
U.S.A. - In my latest book published in February of this year I wrote: Elon Musk (b.1971), known technology entrepreneur ranked in 2016 as 21st on the Forbes list of The Worlds Most Powerful People, has been one of the first to raise the specter of the digital devil taking over the world and humans being left behind. He fears that AI will exceed biological intelligence by such a margin that we will all need to think about an AI-infused human. This transformation will start with the implanting of the microchip. The infamous, Mark of the Beast.

(Jul 18 2019) - LETS MERGE HUMAN BRAINS TO ACHIEVE A SYMBIOSIS WITH AI
U.S.A. - Elon Musk finally admitted late Tuesday that Neurolinks (Musks brain-machine interface startup) official goal is to eventually merge human brains with artificial intelligence. The ultimate ending would be to achieve a symbiosis with artificial intelligence. Musk plans to begin human trials on an early version of Neuralink intended to treat brain injuries next year, and he says that by merging with AI, humans will be able to keep up with AI. Ultimately we can do a full brain-machine interface, Musk said in an announcement that was widely live-streamed, according to a report by Vice.

(Jul 09 2019) - Gen Z's sign up for Facial Recognition at Social Events
U.S.A. - USA Today's reporter Dawn Gilberston, offers a disturbing glimpse into the mass media's collusion with TSA-style checkpoints at public venues. The story describes how happy a young woman is to join IdentoGo's TSA PreCheck just so she can avoid check-in lines at music festivals. "Her roommate has had PreCheck since college and saw the festival's pitch about enrolling on-site and getting a fast pass through festival security as a bonus."

(Jul 03 2019) - Mark of the Reptilian - Operation BIOSCAN Deployed
N.W.O. - For some decades now, gov't - no matter the country knew cataclysmic days were ahead and began preparations. It was their belief that ancient forbidden technologies & synthetic life forms were the keys to survival as earth & ultimately all of creation is being thrust. The most dangerous part of the program is that it will reveal kin and foe to elite persons those persons carrying ancient nephilim and giant bloodlines or genetic memory of the Golden Age. It is their goal to illuminate life (biodiversity) of earth with these ancient bloodlines to save the planet. Not for you and I, and the species God created, but for an engineered godless world.

(Jun 29 2019) - Everyone's Got A "Surveillance Score" And It Can Cost You Big Money
U.S.A. - In these Orwellian times, when it is revealed that yet another government agency is spying on us in yet another way, most of us arent one bit surprised. Being surveilled nearly everywhere we go (and even in our own homes) has become the norm, unfortunately. Yesterday, it was revealed that the NSA improperly collected Americans call and text logs in November 2017 and in February and October 2018 just months after the agency claimed it was going to delete the 620 million-plus call detail records it already had stockpiled.

(Jun 27 2019) - "Soul Scalping" - Is Facial Bruise Mark of the Beast ???
NEW WORLD ORDER - The bizarre recurrence of facial bruises (and bandaged fingers) on Illuminati politicians and entertainers has resulted in speculation that their souls have been replaced in a satanic ritual called "soul scalping." I do not believe in "aliens" unless we are speaking about a demonic spirit that has overcome the world elite. This is not a crazy conspiracy theory. Something very sinister has happened but no one wants to face it. Mankind has been colonized by a satanic cult. Here are excerpts from Sherry Shriner's "The Prisoners of Dulce Base."

(Jun 25 2019) - Open Letter To Mark Zuckerberg from Steve Forbes
NEW YORK - And, by the way, you might consider changing the Libras name. The Libra was a measure of weight from the Roman Empire, and we know where that ended up. Dont be bashful; call it the Mark. Germany ditched its mark - which it had been using since it created it after WWII - for the euro 20 years ago, so the name is up for grabs. A gold-backed Mark would be a transformative move in the history of money. It would blow bitcoin out of the water & generate an enthusiastic Like from billions of businesses and people, now & forever. Sincerely, Steve Forbes

(Jun 25 2019) - Retailers are judging consumers by using secret "surveillance scores"
CALIFORNIA - China isnt the only country with a draconian social credit score system theres one quite a bit like it operating in the U.S. Except that its being run by American businesses, not the government. Theres plenty of evidence that retailers have been using a technique called surveillance scoring for decades in which consumers are given a secret score by an algorithm to give them a different price but for the same goods and services. But the practice might be illegal after all: a California nonprofit called Consumer Education Foundation (CEF) filed a petition yesterday asking for the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to look into the shady practice.

(Jun 24 2019) - Artificial Intelligence may not take your job ... but
RHODE ISLAND - For decades, people have fearfully imagined armies of hyper-efficient robots invading offices and factories, gobbling up jobs once done by humans. But in all of the worry about the potential of artificial intelligence to replace rank-and-file workers, we may have overlooked the possibility it will replace the bosses, too. Sprouls and the other call center workers at his office in Warwick, Rhode Island, still have plenty of human supervisors. But the software on their screens - made by Cogito, an A.I. company in Boston - has become a kind of adjunct manager, always watching them.

(Jun 21 2019) - Bank of America CEO Wants a Cashless Society
AMERICA - Fox Business reports that Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan stated during Fortunes Brainstorm Finance conference in New York this week that his company will continue to move toward digital banking transactions as services such as Zelle, Google Pay, and Apple Pay become more popular. We want a cashless society, Moynihan stated. We have more to gain than anybody from a pure operating cost (perspective).

(Jun 19 2019) - Ethical Assessment of Implantable Brain Chips
BOSTON - Computer scientists predict that within the next twenty years neural interfaces will be designed that will not only increase the dynamic range of senses, but will also enhance memory and enable "cyberthink" invisible communication with others. This technology will facilitate consistent and constant access to information when and where it is needed. The ethical evaluation in this paper focuses on issues of safely and informed consent, issues of manufacturing and scientific responsibility, anxieties about the psychological impacts of enhancing human nature, worries about possible usage in children, and most troubling, issues of privacy and autonomy.

(Jun 19 2019) - DHS to Move Biometric Data of People to Amazon Cloud
DHS - The department seeks a new platform to identify people using fingerprints, irises and faces, and eventually DNA, palm prints, scars and tattoos. The Homeland Security Department is looking to upgrade the software it uses to analyze biometric data on hundreds of millions of people around the globe, and it plans to store that information in Amazons cloud.

(Jun 16 2019) - Insider - DARPA Conceived Facebook for Mind Control
CALIFORNIA - Mark Zuckerberg, and all of us who were there from the beginning, are lying to you and using your personal life as a government-controlled experiment in brain-washing and mind-control - basically a weaponized system of the military (CIA especially) that got out of control. At this point, Mark Zuckerberg has lost control of a company that he never really owned or operated. Truly, anyone who has ever worked with Mark knows that his mind is a blank and that he is nothing more than a parrot for the government handlers who created him.

(Jun 15 2019) - The unholy alliance between DNA sites & facial recognition
AMERICA - Technology that was once only seen in dystopian science fiction is rapidly infecting real life. Two means of collecting personal data DNA databases and facial recognition software are forming an unholy alliance, and the privacy implications could be devastating. Privacy concerns surrounding DNA and facial recognition arent anything new. As the popularity of DNA genealogy websites like Ancestry DNA and 23andMe increase, so do questions over who has access to that data and how it will be used. The use of facial recognition and other biometric data technology is on the rise, and people are expressing concerns (and outrage) about that technology as well.

(Jun 13 2019) - Surveillance Tech Couldn't Get Any More Orwellian
NWO - One of my favorite TV shows was Person of Interest. In that show, a genius programmer was hired by the government to develop an artificial intelligence (AI) computer to tap into and analyze communication feeds and predict activities that may pose a threat. Unfortunately, as you can imagine, things spun out of control; the system that was designed to benefit society was not always beneficial to citizens.

(Jun 13 2019) - Amazon sued over Alexa child recordings in US
U.S.A. - Amazon is being sued over its smart assistant's recordings of children. Two US cases allege the firm lacks consent to create voiceprints that could let it keep track of a youngster's use of Alexa-enabled devices and thus build up a "vast level of detail about the child's life". Amazon has said it only stores data once a device-owner has given it permission to do so. And it says parents can delete a child's profile and recordings

(Jun 09 2019) - The future will be recorded, on your smart speaker
AMERICA - Amazons patent application for an always-on feature for Alexa, its popular voice-activated personal assistant, has raised a lot of concern. If youre already freaked out by the privacy implications of smart speakers like Amazons Echo, says Gizmodo, we have some bad news. A headline in ScienceAlert is even more direct: Newly Released Amazon Patent Shows Just How Much Creepier Alexa Can Get. You get the idea. But the anxiety is much ado about nothing. An Alexa thats always listening will likely prove more useful than an Alexa that isnt; and, in any case, always-on devices are certainly our future.

(Jun 05 2019) - How Amazon is helping cops build local surveillance networks
AMERICA - Amazons Ring doorbells are helping cops build surveillance networks in neighborhoods across the country. More than 50 local police departments have partnered with Ring over the last two years and promoted the products to citizens essentially building neighborhoods with security cameras on every doorstep, according to a report published Wednesday by tech website CNET. Our township is now entirely covered by cameras, Capt. Vincent Kerney, detective bureau commander of the Bloomfield Police Department in New Jersey told the website. Every area of town we have, there are some Ring cameras.

(Jun 02 2019) - Amazon Installing Alexa in Apartments and Hotel Rooms
U.S.A. - More creepy Surveillance Capitalism courtesy of Amazon who isnt hiding that it is putting millions of smart speakers in homes and hotels by offering discounted hardware, customized software and new ways for property managers to harvest and use data. Are there actually people willing to pay for this type of arrangement? In the meantime, Amazon is also planning to push its surveillance and data collection devices in other places too including public places ...

(May 24 2019) - Facial recognition controversies draw increasing attention
WASH D.C. - Controversy continues to swirl around biometric facial recognition, with U.S. House Committee hearings, legal challenges, and new revelations about who is using the technology & how. The House Committee on Oversight & Reform held the first of its hearings into facial recognition, examining the impact the technology has on civil rights & liberties. The committee heard testimony from Algorithmic Justice League Founder Joy Buolamwini, Clare Garvie of the Georgetown Law Center on Privacy & Technology, both of whom have sparked debate with recent research.

(May 19 2019) - Without Nature Intelligence, The Information Age is a Dark Age
AMERICA - Is it possible that the Information Age is also a Dark Age? Will the planet and its inhabitants be able to withstand the Fourth Industrial Revolution? The mass media and advertisers offer a glimpse of the direction that society is headed, and to some, it is not looking good. The Encyclopedia Britannica provides a definition of the Dark Ages: Though sometimes taken to derive its meaning from the dearth of information about the period, the terms more usual and pejorative sense is of a period of intellectual darkness and barbarity.

(May 15 2019) - Plastic Foundation of the Counterfeit Beast System
NEW WORLD ORDER - You are being told that human are responsible for every evil and condition upon the face of the earth from Climate Change to microplastics. The truth of the matter is that a few reprobate humans are responsible, or partially responsible, for the conditions that are unfurling before our eyes. God's glue holds all of creation together in perfect harmony. There is a reason CERN is exploring the glue of creation to bring forth a nefarious agenda that can even be discovered within the pages of Holy Scripture.

(May 15 2019) - Scientists create mind-controlled hearing aid ... ???
NEW YORK - A mind-controlled hearing aid that allows the wearer to focus on particular voices has been created by scientists, who say it could transform the ability of those with hearing impairments to cope with noisy environments. The device mimics the brains natural ability to single out and amplify one voice against background conversation. Until now, even the most advanced hearing aids work by boosting all voices at once, which can be experienced as a cacophony of sound for the wearer, especially in crowded environments.

(May 04 2019) - What Amazon knows about you ... EVERYTHING !!!
U.S.A. - Depending on how much you shop, watch and read with Amazon, the e-commerce behemoth may know more about you than any other company on earth. Naturally, they know what youve browsed or bought on their main service. They also know what youve asked Alexa, watched on Prime, and read on your Kindle. They know even more thanks to their ownership of Whole Foods, Ring, Eero, Twitch, Goodreads, IMDB and Audible. As with Google or Facebook, what Amazon knows depend on how much you rely on its services. That said, these days Amazons services are all around us.

(May 03 2019) - Mark of the Beast? Facebook Developing Cashless Payment System ???
U.S.A. - According to the Wall Street Journal, Facebook is developing a cashless payment system with the help of several financial firms, including Mastercard. Code-named Project Libra, the system will reward users for their activity on the platform, just like the Chinese social credit system. As Facebook continues to gain favor with the Chinese government, the cashless system will likely be modeled after the Chinese social credit system that tracks citizens purchases.

(Apr 28 2019) - Will Artificial Intelligence Enhance or Hack Humanity ???
CALIFORNIA - This week, I interviewed Yuval Noah Harari, the author of three best-selling books about the history and future of our species, and Fei-Fei Li, one of the pioneers in the field of artificial intelligence. The event was hosted by the Stanford Center for Ethics and Society, the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence, and the Stanford Humanities Center. A transcript of the event follows, and a video is posted below.

(Apr 26 2019) - AI-enabled cameras said to predict crime before it happens
AMERICA - The coming tsunami of devices equipped with artificial intelligence (AI) technology may seem like, to some, a welcome addition to all things that make life easier on planet Earth. But to a growing number of critics, AI represents the next opportunity for big govt to encroach upon our lives daily, and even prosecute & imprison us based on what a machine thinks we might do.

(Apr 24 2019) - Scientists Use AI to Turn Brain Signals Into Speech
CALIFORNIA - Scientists have harnessed artificial intelligence to translate brain signals into speech, in a step toward brain implants that one day could let people with impaired abilities speak their minds, according to a new study. In findings published Wednesday in the journal Nature, a research team at the University of California, San Francisco, introduced an experimental brain decoder that combined direct recording of signals from the brains of research subjects with artificial intelligence, machine learning and a speech synthesizer.

(Apr 22 2019) - Neuralink - Connecting brains to computers 'coming soon'
CALIFORNIA - Elon Musk has revealed his Neuralink startup is close to announcing the first brain-machine interface to connect humans and computers. The entrepreneur took to Twitter to tell followers the technology would be "coming soon", though failed to provide more exact details. Neuralink was set up in 2016 with the ambitious goal of developing hardware to enhance the human brain, however few details about how this will work have been made public.

(Apr 14 2019) - Why Parents Will Run to Get the Mark of the Beast for Their Kids
AMERICA - The Bible has much to say about the end times. And if youve been watching the news, you may be wondering if were in those prophesied last days. In many ways, it seems as though the evil in our culture and across the world is getting worse and worse. Are all these wars, political scandals and natural disasters coming to a head now? Is the Antichrist about to introduce the mark of the beast? I recently discussed this topic with Pastor Mark Biltz for my In Depth With Stephen Strang podcast ...

(Apr 08 2019) - We're All Being Judged By A Secret 'Trustworthiness' Score
U.S.A. - Nearly everything we buy, how we buy, and where we're buying from is secretly fed into AI-powered verification services that help companies guard against credit-card and other forms of fraud, according to the Wall Street Journal. More than 16,000 signals are analyzed by a service called Sift, which generates a "Sift score" ranging from 1 - 100. The score is used to flag devices, credit cards and accounts that a vendor may want to block based on a person or entity's overall "trustworthiness" score, according to a company spokeswoman.

(Apr 07 2019) - Can we resist The Mark of the Beast ???
U.K. - Last year, alarm over talks to implant UK employees with microchips triggered even the mainstream media after Britains biggest employee organization and main trade union body had expressed serious concerns over the prospect of British companies implanting staff with microchips to improve security. In November 2018, The Guardian wrote: Britains biggest employer organization and main trade union body have sounded the alarm over the prospect of British companies implanting staff with microchips to improve security ...

(Apr 07 2019) - Neural Implant Accesses Your Brain Through the Jugular Vein
CALIFORNIA - For the first time, doctors are preparing to test a brain-computer interface that can be implanted onto a human brain, no open surgery required. The Stentrode, a neural implant that can let paralysed people communicate, can be delivered to a patients brain through the jugular vein and the company the developed it, Synchron, just got approval to begin human experimentation. By leaving the skull sealed shut, patients could receive their neural implants without running as great a risk of seizures, strokes, or permanent neural impairments, all of which can be caused by open-brain surgery.

(Apr 01 2019) - Microsoft Is Building an All-In-One DNA Data Storage Device
U.S.A. - The modern world is facing a tsunami of data. DNA is emerging as an ultra-compact way of storing it all, and now researchers supported by Microsoft have created the first system that can automatically translate digital information into genetic code and retrieve it again. In 2018 we created 33 zettabytes (ZB)33 trillion gigabytesof data, according to analysts at IDC, and they predict that by 2025 that figure will rise to 175 ZB. Its been estimated that if we were to store all our information in flash drives, by 2040 it would require 10 to 100 times the global supply of chip-grade silicon.

(Mar 30 2019) - Chinas Social Credit System Its Coming to the United States
CHINA - In 2015, a 16-year-old student from Jiangsu, China, tried to board a train. She couldnt even purchase a ticket. The student, Zhong Pei, tried enrolling in classes at her university. But she was not allowed to do that either. Zhong had committed a serious crime: She was guilty of being related to someone else. Her father had killed two people and died in a car accident. So the Chinese government blacklisted her as dishonest.

(Mar 27 2019) - AI Can HATE With No Human Input
U.S.A. - What if a robot decides it hates you? That might seem like a silly question, but according to research, developing prejudice towards others does not require a high level of cognitive ability and could easily be exhibited by robots and other artificially intelligent machines. The study, conducted by computer science and psychology experts from Cardiff University and MIT, revealed that groups of autonomous machines could demonstrate prejudice by simply identifying, copying, and learning the behavior from each other. The findings were published in the journal Nature.

(Mar 26 2019) - Detroit to Become America's 2nd Chinese-Style Surveillance City
MICHIGAN - The push to turn America's cities into Chinese-style surveillance networks has found a new partner in Detroit, Michigan. The only difference between what is happening in San Diego and what is happening in Detroit is, they are not using the same smart street lights to spy on everyone. Detroit uses Intellistreets a company known to have strong ties to Homeland Security. What started out as a voluntary police-cam share program in Saginaw, Michigan has morphed into a massive 1000 surveillance camera network which includes 500 businesses in Detroit.

(Mar 25 2019) - Google brain implants could mean end of school ...
U.S.A. - GOOGLE brain implants could mean the end of school as anyone will be able to learn anything instantly, says an artificial intelligence expert. Nikolas Kairinos, founder and CEO of Fountech.ai, says that technology could improve our lives, and completely change how we learn. In an interview with the Daily Star, he explained that he has been working on a revolutionary AI to personalise education to enable anyone can learn almost anything, using AI. And he believes that within the next two decades, our heads will be boosted with special implants, so you wont need to memorise anything.

(Mar 08 2019) - AppGuard launches enterprise BYOD app ...
VIRGINA - Cybersecurity software company AppGuard has launched TRUSTICA Mobile, which it says is a consumer mobile device communication app with military-grade security, including facial, iris, and fingerprint biometrics for user authentication and encryption keys that change for each interaction. TRUSTICA Mobile provides encrypted file storage and transfer, text and voice messages, and video sessions to support bring your own device (BYOD) policies for enterprises and smaller organizations with the data security businesses require, and privacy protections for employees, according to the announcement.

(Mar 04 2019) - (AI) Snitch Switch Could Call Police ...
HAWAII - Call it Terminator meets the second-grade tattletale, but some experts have suggested that electronic home assistants could be programmed with moral artificial intelligence (AI) that could decide whether to report its owners to the authorities for breaking the law.

(Mar 03 2019) - Brain implants on way to revolutionise AI for humans
WORLD - Top AI expert Nikolas Kairinos believes within 20 years, implants put into humans heads will allow us to not have to memorise a thing. The CEO and Founder of Fountech.ai exclusively told Daily Star Online: You wont need to memorise anything. Learning will not be about memorising anything. Nick said humans, without making a sound or typing a single thing, will hear the answer to any question we may have inside our heads.

(Mar 01 2019) - Why Globalists Are So Obsessed With Artificial Intelligence
U.S.A. - It is nearly impossible to traverse web news or popular media today without being assaulted by vast amounts of propaganda on Artificial Intelligence (AI). It is perhaps the fad to end all fads as it supposedly encompasses almost every aspect of human existence, from economics and security to philosophy and art. According to mainstream claims, AI can do almost everything and do it better than any human being. And, the things AI cant do, it WILL be able to do eventually. Whenever the establishment attempts to saturate the media with a particular narrative, it is usually with the intent to manipulate public perception in a way that produces self fulfilling prophecy.

(Feb 28 2019) - 666 UPDATE: The Dangers Of Mandatory DNA Databases
AMERICA - There are two primary dangers of a universal DNA database. First, as Christine Rosen once wrote, DNA provides an inescapable means of identification, categorization, and profiling that is uniquely revelatory: DNA is a persons future diary. It provides genetic information unique to each person; it has the potential to reveal to third parties a persons predisposition to illnesses or behaviors without the persons knowledge; and it is permanent information, deeply personal, with predictive powers. Taken together, the coming age of DNA technology will change the character of human life, both for better and for worse, in ways that we are only beginning to imagine ...

(Feb 27 2019) - Tracking Canadians Negative Behaviour ... ???
CANADA - Police, social services & health workers in Canada are using shared databases to track the behaviour of vulnerable people - including minors & people experiencing homelessness - with little oversight & often without consent. Documents obtained by Motherboard from Ontarios Ministry of Community Safety & Correctional Services through an access to info request show that at least 2 provinces - Ontario & Saskatchewan - maintain a Risk-driven Tracking Database that is used to amass highly sensitive info about peoples lives.

(Feb 20 2019) - Is Chinas Social Credit System A Preview Of Beast System?
CHINA - Virtually everything that you do online and offline is being monitored, tracked or recorded by someone. Could you imagine what life would be like if the government compiled all of that information into a giant database and used it to punish those that had engaged in politically-incorrect behavior? Here in the United States, Internet censorship has escalated dramatically, but over in China the government is cracking down on a much wider array of online and offline activities.

(Feb 19 2019) - Be prepared to have your voice biometrics collected
U.S.A. - Chase claims Voice ID will heighten customer security while letting customers skip the rigamarole of remembering their favorite elementary school teachers first pets name or answering other security questions in public forums. As for the security of your Voice ID print, Chase claims that your voiceprint is securely stored as a mathematical equation. Plus, according to Chase, it can only be used to verify your Chase account. But Chase isnt just amassing data on its customers. Its also collecting intel on known fraudsters for so-called voice biometric blacklists, which keep tabs on identity thieves and credit card scammers and prevent them from accessing bank information or requesting new credit cards.

(Feb 19 2019) - Google's built-in microphone was 'never supposed to be a secret'
CALIFORNIA - In early February, Google announced that its home security and alarm system Nest Secure would be getting an update. Users, the company said, could now enable its virtual-assistant technology, Google Assistant. The problem: Nest users didn't know a microphone existed on their security device to begin with. The existence of a microphone on the Nest Guard, which is the alarm, keypad, and motion-sensor component in the Nest Secure offering, was never disclosed in any of the product material for the device.

(Feb 13 2019) - Microchips Coming for Arkansas Workers ???
ARKANSAS - Human microchip implants are an archetype in dystopian visions of society. It has become common to speculate on the future of a microchipped population, though governments and corporations have denied strenuously that their intentions are to track their flocks so thoroughly. But now it looks as if that world is beginning to unfold. One Wisconsin company became the first known U.S. business to ask its employees to undergo implantation, and now an Arkansas lawmaker is trying to get ahead of the curve. State Rep. Stephen Meeks (R-Greenbrier) has proposed a bill (HB1177) to regulate the use of microchips in the workplace.

(Feb 12 2019) - Your 'Smart Light' tell Amazon & Google when you go to Bed ...
U.S.A. - As Amazon.com Inc. and Google work to place their smart speakers at the center of the internet-connected home, both technology giants are expanding the amount of data they gather about customers who use their voice software to control other gadgets. For several years, Amazon and Google have collected data every time someone used a smart speaker to turn on a light or lock a door. Now theyre asking smart-home gadget makers such as Logitech and Hunter Fan Co. to send a continuous stream of information.

(Jan 28 2019) - Walgreens' new smart fridges are watching you, and ...
U.S.A. - In the age of "smart" technology, even the humble refrigerator is getting more intelligent. Pharmacy chain Walgreens is going to pilot a new line of "smart coolers" developed by Cooler Screens that are equipped with cameras that will transform how you choose your next beverage into raw data that marketers can use to sell you more products. The new integrated cameras will scan a shopper's face and collect information on data points like age and gender. The fridges made their first debut in Chicago on Jan. 14, with more to come in New York and San Francisco.

(Jan 22 2019) - The FBIs Diabolical Plan to Create a Nation of Suspects
WASH D.C. - As more and more data flows from your body and brain to the smart machines via the biometric sensors, it will become easy for corporations and government agencies to know you, manipulate you, and make decisions on your behalf. Even more importantly, they could decipher the deep mechanisms of all bodies and brains, and thereby gain the power to engineer life. If we want to prevent a small elite from monopolising such godlike powers, and if we want to prevent humankind from splitting into biological castes, the key question is: who owns the data ?

(Jan 17 2019) - The rise of the Antichrist and modern technology
NEW WORLD ORDER - With modern technology and advanced systems, computer chips and hi-tech surveillance, Big Brother is watching, and its now all systems go! Everythings falling into place for the global economy to take off, and the technology and necessary computing power are with us now, the actual infrastructure is already in place, developed, tested and proven. The Anti-Christ world leader will be the author of confusion, the master counterfeiter, and through his many images he will deceive the nations. The Antichrist will come on the world stage peaceably, with flatteries, via powerful persuasion and propaganda. By this means he is able to creep into houses and lead captive the masses.

(Jan 13 2019) - BIG BROTHER NATION ...
SMALL TOWN AMERICA - Powerful surveillance cameras have crept into public spaces. We are filmed and photographed hundreds of times a day. To further raise the stakes, the resulting video footage is fed to new forms of artificial intelligence software that can recognize faces in real time, read license plates, even instantly detect when a particular pre-defined action or activity takes place in front of a camera. As most modern cities have quietly become surveillance cities, the law has been slow to catch up. While we wait for robust legal frameworks to emerge, the best way to protect our civil liberties right now is to fight technology with technology.

(Jan 04 2019) - Apple : Skin texture pattern for biometric authentication
U.S.A. - Apple engineers may have invented a new form of biometric authentication based on skin texture patterns as part of a patent application for wearables, Patently Apple reports. A patent published by the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office shows an Apple Watch with a wrist biometric sensor which could include a plurality of biometric sensing pixels, and possibly a processor coupled to it. Components the application says could make up the biometric wrist sensor included an infrared (IR) thermal image sensor, possibly with a microbolometer, which measures electromagnetic radiation. It could also include an electric field sensor, or an optical image sensor, and could be included on either the device body or the band.

(Dec 26 2018) - New Technology For a Cashless Society ...
WORLD - Imagine what the apostle John must have thought when, in about 95 AD, he saw a vision of this taking place in a futuristic world. People ever since have been baffled as to how any such universal, totalitarian economic system could be established or policed. Tied into the ability to control all buying and selling will be the complete monitoring of everything related to you. For centuries, the fulfilment of these verses in Revelation 13:16-18 was a mystery. New technology for a cashless society is marching right in step with other moves toward the coming Antichrist world government.

(Dec 18 2018) - The Beast Rising! AI False Prophet Grows Stronger ...
AMERICA - What are the Tech Titans creating? Why are they so intent on raising up a nameless and faceless creation that can shape a message with no point of origin or form. Have we not been warned of the False Prophet? The Beast System is being created. A flawless mainframe through which the False Prophet can rise. You can now receive a message, that appears perfectly legitimate, yet not know what you are looking at, who designed the message, where it is coming from and even the reality of the content. The day of deceit is upon us and they continue to work to assure we are kept blind to the real beast that lies behind these modern day Revelations.

(Dec 16 2018) - Facial Recognition Destroying US Right to Privacy
AMERICA - In 2016, a Georgetown University report revealed that half of all American adults are logged in a government face recognition database. Though a government official may not be actually watching our movements in real-time, the fact that your movements, actions, and even facial expressions are being logged and stored in an Orwellian database for potential future use should be sounding alarm bells for all liberty-minded folk. What does this mean for Americans right to privacy?

(Dec 11 2018) - Smartphone Apps Are Tracking You & Selling It To Everyone
U.S.A. - The database reviewed by The Times a sample of information gathered in 2017 and held by one company reveals peoples travels in startling detail, accurate to within a few yards and in some cases updated more than 14,000 times a day. These companies sell, use or analyze the data to cater to advertisers, retail outlets and even hedge funds. It is a hot market, with sales of location-targeted advertising reaching an estimated $21 billion this year. IBM has gotten into the industry, with its purchase of the Weather Channels apps.

(Dec 07 2018) - Artificial Intelligence Program AlphaZero Reaches Turning Point
U.S.A. - DeepMinds artificial intelligence program AlphaZero is now showing signs of human-like intuition and creativity, in what developers have hailed as turning point in history. The advances in artificial intelligence are coming so fast now that you almost need an algorithm to help you understand the progress the algorithm are making now. Cashierless stores, implantable microchips, driverless cars, drones delivering packages, its quite overwhelming.

(Dec 06 2018) - A.I. Experts Issue Urgent Warning Against Facial Scanning
U.S.A. - Facial recognition has quickly shifted from techno-novelty to fact of life for many, with millions around the world at least willing to put up with their faces scanned by software at the airport, their iPhones, or Facebooks server farms. But researchers at New York Universitys AI Now Institute have issued a strong warning against not only ubiquitous facial recognition, but its more sinister cousin: so-called affect recognition, technology that claims it can find hidden meaning in the shape of your nose, the contours of your mouth, and the way you smile. If that sounds like something dredged up from the 19th century, thats because it sort of is.

(Nov 28 2018) - Googles Behind The Curtain Activity is so Monstrous ...
CHINA - If you havent heard of what Google is doing for China by now, let me get you caught up really quick. They are building one of the most Orwellian nightmares that have ever existed called Dragonfly. A complete information flow monitor that will not allow anyone to freely see anything again. It is so horrendous that even Google employees are protesting. In a 'Newly Released' open letter just published as the 2nd wave of dissension again the creation of this beast, they stated ...

(Nov 25 2018) - Chip Implants: The Next Big Privacy Debate
CALIFORNIA - Have you been chipped ? That question is set to divide millions of people in the 2020s. And perhaps billions of people in the 2030s and 2040s. Just as the world begins to understand the many benefits of the Internet of Things (IoT), but also learns about the dark side from smart everything, including our connected cities, we are now on the cusp of small chips causing major new privacy disagreements.

(Nov 13 2018) - Facial Recognition Database to Use Loyalty Rewards ...
AMERICA - For years, I have been warning people about facial recognition in retail stores, but this story might convince you to avoid retail stores altogether. A recent article in BiometricUpdate.com (BU) reveals that retail stores have a master plan to convince Americans to accept facial biometrics. BU interviewed four facial biometric company CEOs and what they revealed is frightening.

(Nov 11 2018) - Alarm over talks to implant UK employees with microchips
U.K. - Britains biggest employer organisation and main trade union body have sounded the alarm over the prospect of British companies implanting staff with microchips to improve security. UK firm BioTeq, which offers the implants to businesses and individuals, has already fitted 150 implants in the UK. The tiny chips, implanted in the flesh between the thumb and forefinger, are similar to those for pets. They enable people to open their front door, access their office or start their car with a wave of their hand, and can also store medical data.

(Nov 07 2018) - Fox News Promotes RFID For Medical Purposes ...
U.S.A. - Fox News is pushing RFID chip implants, encouraging people that the tech is safe and good for medical by stating its similar to getting a tetanus shot. Recently in Sweden, thousands of people have reportedly had chips implanted. Fox highlights this news expressing that a company called Biohax has already installed around 4,000 chips into customers. The article then goes onto explain how awesome it is to have a chip in ones hand, stating that those chipped can open secure doors, pay for tickets, and share emergency medical information.

(Nov 02 2018) - An AI god will emerge by 2042 & write its own bible ...
WORLD - In the next 25 years, AI will evolve to the point where it will know more on an intellectual level than any human. In the next 50 or 100 years, an AI might know more than the entire population of the planet put together. At that point, there are serious questions to ask about whether this AI which could design and program additional AI programs all on its own, read data from an almost infinite number of data sources, and control almost every connected device on the planet will somehow rise in status to become more like a god, something that can write its own bible and draw humans to worship it.

(Oct 31 2018) - Building a Moral Machine ... Who decides ???
U.S.A. - Youre driving along the highway when, suddenly, a person darts out across the busy road. Theres speeding traffic all around you, and you have a split second to make the decision: do you swerve to avoid the person and risk causing an accident? Do you carry on and hope to miss them? Do you brake? How does your calculus change if, for example, theres a baby strapped in the back seat? In many ways, this is the classic moral dilemma, often called the trolley problem.

(Oct 28 2018) - Palm-Based Biometric ID' Systems Headed For Your Hand
GERMANY - A nonprofit group called the IOTA Foundation is working with biometrics company Iampass to introduce a system that lets users verify their identity using the veins in their palm print. As it turns out, these vein patterns are just as unique as the other biometric markers that drive technologies like fingerprint or retina scanners. More so than any other biometric technology, palm vein authentication is highly accurate, hygienic & designed specifically to curb impersonation, counterfeiting & other illegal actions that may be used to access important info & secure areas, Dominik Schiener, co-founder & co-chair of the IOTA Foundation, told Digital Trends.

(Oct 24 2018) - Sweden Becomes Worlds Most Microchipped Nation
SWEDEN - Sweden has become the first widely microchipped nation, with Swedes readily parting with eye-watering amounts of their own money to pay for fashionable microchips surgically implanted under their skin without stopping to think of the consequences. Mainstream media in the US has been waging a propaganda campaign trying to normalize the idea of microchips for humans, airing reports claiming that children will be microchipped sooner rather than later and that Americans will accept this because it will make their children safer.

(Oct 08 2018) - Facebook wants people to invite its cameras into their homes
SAN FRANCISCO - Facebook is launching the first electronic device to bear its brand, a screen and camera-equipped gadget intended to make video calls easier and more intuitive. But its unclear if people will open their homes to an internet-connected camera sold by a company with a questionable track record on protecting user privacy. Facebook is marketing the device, called Portal, as a way for its more than 2 billion users to chat with one another without having to fuss with positioning and other controls. The device features a camera that uses artificial intelligence to automatically pan and zoom as people move around during calls.

(Oct 03 2018) - The Scary Side of the Technological Police State
U.S.A. - Its a given that Big Brother is always watching us. Unfortunately, thanks to the govts ongoing efforts to build massive databases using emerging surveillance, DNA and biometrics technologies, Big Brother (and his corporate partners in crime) is getting even creepier & more invasive, intrusive & stalker-like. Indeed, every dystopian sci-fi film (and horror film, for that matter) weve ever seen is suddenly converging into this present moment in a dangerous trifecta between science & technology, Big Business, & a govt that wants to be all-seeing, all-knowing & all-powerful - but not without help from the citizenry.

(Sep 23 2018) - Why Youre Probably Getting a Microchip Implant Someday
AMERICA - Microchip implants are going from tech-geek novelty to genuine health tooland you might be running out of good reasons to say no ... But sooner or later, the laws will change, and the frightening will become familiar. After all, all it took in Sweden for RFID implants to become widespread and normalized was the simple appeal of never having to deal with a lost key. Whenever it happens, like waves of new tech before it, implantable RFID will bring us the next iteration of the yin-and-yang symptoms of technology weve seen time and time again.

(Sep 15 2018) - Its now possible to telepathically communicate with a drone swarm
DARPA - A person with a brain chip can now pilot a swarm of drones or even advanced fighter jets, thanks to research funded by the U.S. militarys Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, or DARPA. The work builds on research from 2015, which allowed a paralyzed woman to steer a virtual F-35 Joint Strike Fighter with only a small, surgically-implantable microchip. On Thursday, agency officials announced that they had scaled up the technology to allow a user to steer multiple jets at once. As of today, signals from the brain can be used to command and control ... not just one aircraft but three."

(Sep 13 2018) - Tech Company Rolling Out Global Tracking Chip
WISCONSIN - "We started with a simple little chip & now it's evolved into a whole other business. We're in development right now of an actual chip that will be powered by the human body & it'll have GPS-tracking capabilities along with voice recognition, Westby said. Three Square Market provides self-service kiosks to office break rooms across the U.S. & abroad, but the technology company made headlines last July when it announced it would cover the costs of microchip implants for its employees. A little over a year later, Westby says 92 out of 196 of the company's employees have been chipped. Only one person - a former employee - has had the chip removed.

(Sep 07 2018) - Expert claims "Worshipping AI" could bring out the best in humans
CALIFORNIA - The co-founder of Google Street View wants to establish a church that worships artificial intelligence. In fact, he filed the initial paperwork to establish the new religion in 2015. Former Google employee Anthony Levandowski, who also helped engineer Waymo and Uber's self driving cars, officially founded the "Way of the Future" religion in 2015. According to filings, the church's purpose is to "develop and promote the realization of a Godhead based on Artificial Intelligence." Levandowski believes artificial intelligence will one day overpower human intelligence. As machines learn to problem solve and perceive their environment, their ever-increasing intelligence may one day replace human cognition. Before that happens, AI could become your God and Savior.

(Aug 30 2018) - The future of mobile drivers licenses ...
U.S.A. - For years the mainstream media (MSM) has been pushing Mobile Drivers Licenses (MDL) on the American public. But now things are about to take a strange turn. MDL companies want to encourage motorists to use digital drivers licenses by tying them into loyalty rewards programs and various services. According to a interview with David Holmes, Identity Management & Security Commercial Director at Underwriters Laboratories, MDL companies are working with retailers.

(Aug 23 2018) - Experts Say Eventually EVERYONE Will Get a Microchip Implant
MILWAUKEE - After a company in Wisconsin fitted each of their employees a microchip and claimed they absolutely loved it, many people were adamant that nope, no way, they'd never get chipped like a dog. Some people claimed religious objections (mark of the Beast) while others feel that their privacy has been already been invaded quite enough with the advent of "smart" technology and advertising cookies on the internet. If you swear to the skies that you'll never get chipped, several experts quoted in an article on USA Today are here to tell you that you're wrong. Associate professor of sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Noelle Chesley said, "It will happen to everybody. But not this year. Maybe not my generation, but certainly that of my kids."

(Aug 16 2018) - Forget passwords, 'brainprints' could be used to identify you
AMERICA - Humans have a unique 'brainprint' that doesn't change throughout our life, researchers have found. Known as a 'functional fingerprint', it could help identify people, and can even tell if people are related - and distinguish between twins. It could also unlock the mystery of diseases such as ADHD and autism. 'Similar to DNA, specific brain systems and connectivity patterns are passed down from adults to their children,' said Damien Fair of the Oregon Health & Science University following a 2017 study.

(Aug 08 2018) - Councilman Proposes Implanting Microchips in Non-Violent Offenders
OHIO - This Tuesday, Toledo City Councilman Rob Ludeman suggested that criminals be implanted with microchips so they can be tracked by police and the courts. Ludeman also made comments essentially describing people charged with crimes as animals. The councilman said, "this can't be inhumane because we do it to our pets." Ludeman suggested that implantable microchips should be used instead of ankle bracelets for people doing time on house arrest because ankle bracelets don't work on the cop shows that he watches.

(Aug 02 2018) - Chase ATMs go CARDLESS...
U.S.A. - Chase bank has adapted nearly all its 16,000 ATMs across the United States to dispense cash without a card, it announced on Thursday. Customers no longer need a physical debit card or security code for authentication and can simply tap their smartphone on the ATM to take out money on the go. This accesses the debit or credit card loaded onto the phone's mobile wallet, which can only be accessed by fingerprint recognition.

(Jul 24 2018) - Humans could achieve 'electronic immortality' by 2050 and ...
U.S.A. - Within the next few decades, humanity may be able to achieve a sort of immortality by merging our minds with machines, according to a prominent futurist. This could mean we live on through androids even after our bodies die, allowing us to attend our own funerals, and get back to life with a 'highly upgraded body.' But, according to Dr Ian Pearson, it could also mean you no longer own your mind. The expert warns a shift toward 'electronic immortality' will require careful planning - otherwise, our cloud-connected brains could be used for purposes beyond our control.

(Jul 22 2018) - The Antichrist & modern technology will be the author of confusion
NEW WORLD ORDER - The world has grown darker, more sinister. Like the flickering flame of a candle about to be blown out, the darkness seems to be flooding in all around us. No longer is there an outcry about the red light traffic cameras that monitor and record our movements. No one seems to care that nearly every human being carries around multiple tracking devices in their homes, in their cars, and in their pockets. We have, it seems, accepted the inevitable leash of Big Brother and no longer fight his deep intrusion into our private lives. You can easily picture people willingly lining up around the block to receive their implantable RFID chips, and then bragging about "how cool it is" when they show their friends the latest "technology upgrade".

(Jul 13 2018) - A New Technology To Control The Human Brain
MARYLAND - The USA and the European Union invested in the past years billions of dollars and euros in brain research. Perfect maps of the brain were developed thanks to this research, including the areas of the brain that control different body organ activity, and higher brain functions such as where speech and thought are taking place. The information inside of the brain is transfered by frequency and number of nervous impulses. Today it is well known which frequencies correspond to those different activities in the brain. So the brain, just like computers, functions in a digital way. It is now so much easier to understand or control the brain with computers.

(Jul 12 2018) - How are You Responding to AI's Personalized War Against You ???
WORLD - Your every action, inaction, and thought is written down by scribes in the King's heavenly chronicles. These books will determine your eternal destiny and will be a witness or curse against you unless you are covered by the blood of Jesus and entered into the Lamb's Book of Life. Artificial Intelligence (AI) has learned how to hack into the chronicles of the King and this information will be sent by demonic courier or even an AI simulation of synthetic tortured human detailed enough to be conscious, to develop strategies to degrade, overcome, and eventually terminate your life.

(Jun 27 2018) - Amazon Deploying New & Very Dangerous Facial Recognition Technology
U.S.A. - America's favorite retailer, Amazon, has entered the surveillance business with new recognition technology. Many are now accusing Amazon of selling that recognition technology to the government (deep state) to monitor its citizens. "The company has developed a powerful and dangerous new facial-recognition system and is actively helping governments deploy it," the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) charged. The system, called Amazon Rekognition, uses artificial intelligence to identify individuals by their faces. "Powered by artificial intelligence, Rekognition can identify, track, and analyze people in real time and recognize up to 100 people in a single image," the ACLU charged.

(Jun 26 2018) - 2021 ... The Mark Of The Beast Will Be Deployed ???
AMERICA - DHS is developing a massive new biometric & biographic database with extensive data on citizens & foreigners alike (with a special focus on face & hands). The Homeland Advanced Recognition Technology (HART) database will reportedly include at least seven biometric identifiers, including face & voice data, tattoos, DNA, scars, & other physical descriptors on as many as 500 million people. The agency has been remarkably hush-hush on how HART will be utilized but the possibilities are frightening. DHS expects to launch the new database next fiscal year, according to internal documents. By the following year, they anticipate having iris & facial matching capabilities, & by fiscal year 2021, the database is expected to be functioning in its full capacity.

(Jun 15 2018) - The creepy AI that can predict the future ...
GERMANY - An intelligent machine capable of anticipating your next move minutes in advance sounds like the stuff of nightmares but is now a reality. Researchers have taught an AI to recognise patterns in peoples actions, allowing it to accurately predict the next move in a sequence minutes in advance. The software, which was built by a team at the University of Bonn in Germany, was taught to anticipate actions by watching hours of cooking videos.

(Jun 14 2018) - Facebooks Spying Fest at a Glance
CALIFORNIA - How far can Facebook go as far as spying on you without telling you? Perhaps a better question would be, what cant Facebook collect from its users. It can do anything it wants. The company has publicly admitted to practices that go beyond anything you could have probably come up with. In a document sent to the Senate of the United States, Facebook answers point by point to the questions posed by this institution.

(Jun 07 2018) - What Is The Future Of Implanted Electronics ???
WORLD - Biohacking is the new frontier. In just a few years, millions of people will have implanted RFID chips under the skin between their thumb and index finger. Already, thousands of people in Sweden have chipped themselves to make their daily lives easier. With a tiny electronic implant, Swedish rail passengers can pay their train ticket, and it goes without saying how convenient opening an RFID lock is without having to pull out your wallet. That said ... Why hasnt the most popular example of biohacking caught on? Why arent more people getting chipped? Is it because no one wants to be branded with the Mark of the Beast ?

(Jun 07 2018) - If you walk, breathe, or talk, this AI probably knows who you are
U.S.A. - Were all aware that privacy is essentially nonexistent on todays web. Using a VPN and switching to Firefox may help, but its a sad fact of life that advertisers follow us from site to site, creating personas of who we are and offering up just the right ad in response. Increasingly, AI researchers are pushing the boundaries of how they can identify individuals in real life, too. Soon, architecture itself could help organizations, governments, and companies track people as they move through the worldand not just through cameras. From your snorts to your gait, software may soon be able to decipher your identity in all sorts of crazy ways.

(Jun 06 2018) - Wireless system can power devices inside the body
MASSACHUSETTS - MIT researchers, working with scientists from Brigham & Womens Hospital, have developed a new way to power & communicate with devices IMPLANTED deep within the human body. Such devices could be used to deliver drugs, monitor conditions inside the body, or treat disease by stimulating the brain with electricity or light. The IMPLANTS are powered by radio frequency waves, which can safely pass through human tissues. In tests in animals, the researchers showed that the waves can power devices located 10 centimeters deep in tissue, from a distance of 1 meter.

(Jun 01 2018) - The world might be getting brain implants soon ... can you handle it ?
WORLD - Based on the most recent advances in artificial intelligence & robotics technology, its becoming quite clear that the era of the brain-controlled implant (BCI) is upon us. BCIs are said to be next-level devices that are going to replace current standard smartphones & other mobile computers, granting humans the ability to perform many smartphone tasks simply by using their brains. It may sound like science fiction, but researchers from all over the world are slowly but surely turning it all into reality. And when that happens, dont you think you should be prepared?

(May 25 2018) - Amazon Rekognition Being Marketed To Law Enforcement ...
U.S.A. - Amazon is marketing Rekognition for government surveillance. According to its marketing materials, it views deployment by law enforcement agencies as a common use case for this technology. Among other features, the companys materials describe person tracking as an easy and accurate way to investigate and monitor people. Amazon says Rekognition can be used to identify people of interest, raising the possibility that those labeled suspicious by governments will be seen as fair game for Rekognition surveillance.

(May 24 2018) - NY Schools to install facial recognition technology ...
NEW YORK - Amid the highly-publicized spate of mass shootings in America, one public school district is set to impose unprecedented police state tactics to ensure security and safety for students. Starting next school year, schools in New Yorks Lockport district will be equipped not only with bulletproof glass and surveillance cameras but also with facial recognition technology used by police forces and military units. We always have to be on our guard. We cant let our guard down, Lockport Superintendent Michelle T. Bradley told Syracuse.com.

(May 23 2018) - A County Using Amazons Facial Recognition Worried ... ???
OREGON - Amazon and the county of Washington, Oregon, have a cozy relationship revolving around the use of Amazons facial recognition technology for policing, according to documents released Tuesday by the American Civil Liberties Union. The tech company has been advising the local government on how best to use facial recognition for policing, according to the documents, including giving a sneak peek at Amazons roadmap for Amazon Web Services under a non-disclosure agreement. The county, which has uploaded more than 300,000 mugshots to Amazons cloud, has used the facial recognition tools about 20 times per day, according to internal emails. Its police force has used the technology to identify suspected shoplifters from security footage, according to RouteFifty.

(May 21 2018) - Soldiers to be Microchipped for full-time Monitoring & Info Culling ???
VIRGINIA - We should be monitoring all soldiers, all the time, looking for patterns of injury or other signs for early detection, said Lt. Gen. Nadja West, the Armys surgeon general, during a talk May 8 at the Association of the U.S. Army in Arlington, Virginia. We can do better when every soldier is a sensor, and we can continuously monitor information culled from them. The monitors would send out streams of detailed data on a soldiers health. For example, a device could measure blood sugar levels and a doctor or nurse hundreds or thousands of miles away can check on a soldiers diabetes and recommend treatment or calibrate insulin.

(May 13 2018) - Is This Why The Beast Will Scan Foreheads ???
SCOTLAND - Researchers have developed an ultrathin & flexible membrane, less than a thousandth of a millimeter thick, that can be placed onto a contact lens, enabling the wearer to essentially shoot lasers from their eyes. The membrane, which was developed by scientists from the University of St Andrews in Scotland, is made from an organic semiconducting polymer - a broad class of materials that consist of many repeated chains of molecular units. It emits very low-powered laser light when illuminated by another laser. Each membrane is able to produce a unique barcode - a well-defined series of laser beams in the form of sharp lines. This could have applications in identification technology as a kind of wearable security tag, according to the researchers.

(May 09 2018) - Alexa will be built into ALL new homes by Lennar
VALLEJO, Calif. - The nations largest home builder is betting voice-activated digital assistants and smart devices will become as expected in a new home as garages now are. Lennar announced Wednesday that standard features in its new homes will include built-in Wi-Fi, smart locks, doorbells, thermostats and lights - all controlled by Alexa, Amazons voice-activated digital assistant. Each house will come with two Alexa-enabled smart speakers, an Echo Show and an Echo Dot. New homeowners will also get a free visit from an Amazon technician to help set everything up and teach them how to use it.

(May 07 2018) - Even Privacy Advocates Are Tracking You Online
CALIFORNIA - The primary purpose of Californians for Consumer Privacy, an advocacy group formed by San Francisco real estate developer Alastair Mactaggart, is to push for a ballot initiative adding restrictions on companies that profit from the collection of personal data. Last week, it gave state officials a petition with over 600,000 signatures, which should be enough to get it in front of voters in November. Its website, CAPrivacy.org, is pretty much what youd expect ... There is one surprising aspect, though.

(May 01 2018) - Businesses will use facial biometrics to create their own watch lists
U.S.A. - All across the country businesses are being encouraged to use facial recognition to identify everyone. Companies like DeepCam, have been been secretly working for three years, to create a facial recognition customer watch list system. "After three years in stealth mode, DeepCam has released Retail by DeepCam,a system that will transform retail loss prevention. Retail byDeepCam is a plug-and-play system that drastically reduces retail shrink and slashes operational costs through a proprietary biometric-enhanced recommendation engine. " How will DeepCam transform retail loss prevention?

(Apr 29 2018) - China's Big Brother Sees You ... !!!
CHINA - Facial recognition technology is really starting to become a big deal in China. It wasnt that long ago when Chinese traffic police began using facial recognition to nab those who were violating traffic laws. Now theyve taken things one step further with artificial intelligence (AI): When the facial recognition cameras catch someone jaywalking, not only will they be identified, named, and publicly shamed, they will also be sent text messages telling them what their violation is and how much the fine they have to pay will be. Based on online reports, a Shenzhen-based AI company called Intellifusion will be in charge of rolling out this feature of the new Shenzhen traffic system.

(Apr 27 2018) - Travel at OIA getting a spooky facelift
ORLANDO, FL - Attention airline passengers, get ready to smile and say Cheese to Big Brother. Your face will soon serve as your passport, ticket and baggage-check ID. Its part of a new program supposed to make your flying experience slightly less arduous than a colonoscopy. The worry is that it will end up being more intrusive, expose your privacy to new evils and expedite the collapse of Western civilization.

(Apr 26 2018) - Genetic Assassins Among Us
WORLD - Genetic assassins are living among us today. They say reality is stranger than fiction, and much darker. Science is beguiled with ancient genetic technologies, forbidden knowledge, which is creating an unholy union or marrying ancient technology with the memories of the Watcher's who passed their hybrid genetic memories (mind, body and spirits) from the rephaim and giants of old into the bloodlines of mankind. Just as it was in the days of Noah. This is a suicide mission which seeks to exterminate the God and His Divine Image from mankind before a fiery cataclysm.

(Apr 24 2018) - Why Restaurants Going Cashless Should Be Troubling
AMERICA - Monetary transactions these days, for most of us, consist of ones and zeroes. It all happens electronically, and some of us go weeks without handling paper money at all. However, others live and breathe on paper currency: Some don't have credit cards or bank accounts, and cash-only people are often poor. A story in USA Today about restaurants going cashless presents obvious concern. As the paper reports: Restaurant owners say ordering is faster from customers who slap down plastic instead of dollars, cutting a few seconds out of the process. But most of the benefits appear to accrue to the restaurants: less time taken counting bills, reduced pilferage, no armored-car fees or fear of stickups.

(Apr 19 2018) - Why the Human Brain is Being Attacked! What You Don't Know
U.S.A. - Huge stockpiles of neuro-weapons were accumulated under the BRAIN Initiative 2025 for dual use or weaponizization. These Neuro-Weapons are now being deployed to assess, access, and target your brain and soul. Our brains have been degraded in a war against this precious asset that most are unaware is occurring. The brain has sustained direct and collateral damage due emerging technologies, environmental factors, and simple things such as a poor diet. Warfighters on the other hand will receive ...

(Apr 19 2018) - Rise Of The Robots ...
U.S.A. - As robots and artificial intelligence (AI) technology begin their takeover, more jobs will be taken away from humans, resulting in entire professions being supplanted by next level advances in modern technology. This is no longer a what-if, but a well-known fact. Robots have started to take away human jobs, and they will continue to do so as they get more sophisticated. There might be those who think their own jobs are safe from this change, and for the most part, theyre right. But its really only a matter of time before technology catches up and will soon start automating things that currently require the time, effort, and attention of actual human beings. When that happens, wouldnt you rather be prepared?

(Apr 14 2018) - Your devices (and marketers) track your comings and goings
AMERICA - In George Orwells dystopian novel 1984, the warning Big Brother is watching appears on posters throughout the fictional Oceania. And though its not for the purpose of wielding power, as it was in Orwells book, this phenomenon of tracking the whereabouts and actions of users or customers no longer is the far-fetched concept that it was when the book was published in 1949. With the emergence of artificial intelligence and machine-learning techniques, marketers and retailers increasingly are using location data in their marketing analytics and applications.

(Apr 10 2018) - Mandatory Eye Scans & Finger Prints Required To Buy Food
INDIA - Big brother in India now requires all of its 1.3 billion residents to have their fingerprints, eyes and faces scanned in order to access public services like schools, grocery stores, welfare benefits and banks The Indian government has made registration mandatory for hundreds of public services and many private ones, from taking school exams to opening bank accounts. Citizens have also been ordered to link their IDs to their cellphone and bank accounts.

(Apr 06 2018) - Amazon patent admits it will listen in real-time for trigger words that could get you arrested and imprisoned
AMERICA - An Amazon patent, filed in June 12, 2017, reveals a massive conspiracy to spy on you using a voice sniffer algorithm. If approved by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, this artificial intelligence can be embedded inside Amazon devices, including the Amazon Alexa. The voice sniffer algorithm would take advantage of the microphones already built into Amazon devices. The technology would permit Alexa and other Amazon devices to listen to your conversations in real-time to identify trigger words that can give the tech giant insight into your personal life.

(Apr 02 2018) - I Want to Preserve My Brain So My Mind ...
CALIFORNIA - A company called Nectome is developing a technology designed to preserve the brain so the human mind can be uploaded to supercomputers in the future. Earlier this month, the Brain Preservation Foundation (BPF) announced that the final phase of the Brain Preservation Prize has been won by a cryobiology research team led by Robert McIntyre (Disclosure: I am an adviser to the Brain Preservation Foundation). The same researchers won the preliminary Small Mammal Brain Preservation Prize two years ago. McIntyre co-founded the startup Nectome to further develop the technology.

(Apr 01 2018) - New Mind-Reading Machine ... 90% Accurate
CALIFORNIA - Scientists have developed an astonishing mind-reading machine which can translate what you are thinking and instantly display it as text. They claim that it has an accuracy rate of 90 per cent or more and say that it works by interpreting consonants and vowels in our brains. The researchers believe that the machine could one day help patients who suffer from conditions that dont allow them to speak or move.

(Mar 27 2018) - AI More Human than Humans ???
WORLD - You are witnessing with your own eyes the decay of morals and ethics - the very fabric of civilization and compassion. To the heart of the matter, the destruction of what it means to be human. Why is it that In our gut we know something is wrong, but we don't take the time to stop and examine why it is that our gut is giving us that feelings? Can we afford to be that busy? We find ourselves in a tyrannical Darwinian world. Everything must justify it's existence to be allowed to live. The emerging Beast is being advertised as more human than you!

(Mar 25 2018) - The New King of Censorship, Microsoft ...
U.S.A. - Microsoft, previously absent from any conversation regarding censorship and resulting tryannical behavior, has now moved to the head of the class when it comes to Deep State, globalist tyranny. Last night at 6:46pm Pacfic, I received an email from Microsoft advising me that the terms of my usage agreement with Microsoft had changed and by virture of the fact that I was using their product, I have offered my implied consent to the new policies. My wife and I reviewed the major points of the terms of of service over dinner. Her concluding comments included Microsoft thinks that they can takeover everyones computer. and, Is there a viable alternative?

(Mar 10 2018) - Brain implants are happening - are you ready for yours ???
U.S.A. - Brain implants or other types of neural links, such as Brain Computer Interfaces (BCIs) between the brain, the internet, and the cloud, are quickly entering the realm of science rather than science fiction. The DARPA is ready to run trials with closed-loop mood control chips linked to AI that can deliver an electrical impulse to regulate a soldiers mood. In the private sector, Elon Musk has announced Neuralink a neurotechnology venture that will not only focus on fighting diseases but also on augmenting humans so they can better compete with machines.

(Mar 08 2018) - Giving Life To The Image Of The Beast Will Result In ...
BRITAIN - Robots with artificial intelligence will treat humans like guinea pigs, according to renowned British futurologist Dr Ian Pearson. He said that future robots will be insensitive towards humans & are likely to conduct experiments on them with newly created viruses. Even if it doesnt wish us any harm, we might just be in the way when it wants to do something. It might want to do some experiments in advanced physics or something & it just so happens that it kills all of the people.

(Feb 17 2018) - Human speech will be replaced by thought communication by 2050
DUBAI - Human speech will become a thing of the past by the year 2050, by which time we will communicate by thought via a computer-generated collective consciousness, it has been claimed. Marko Karjnovic unveiled his ideas at The Museum of the Future as part of the World Government Summit in Dubai. The Hybrid Intelligence Biometric Avatar (HIBA), will understand the feelings of people connected to it, take on their personas, exchange information with them and even become part of the fabric of their brains.

(Feb 14 2018) - Pentagon Insider Predicted Synthesis of Human Brains With Computers
DUBAI - Yesterday, an article from CNBC highlighted comments from leading futurists & businessmen at the recent World Government Seminar in Dubai. The leading topic was the idea that humans will need to merge with computers in order to keep up with the rapid development of artificial intelligence. As many economists & trend watchers have pointed out, gaping societal divides will inevitably ensue with the further development of artificial intelligence & robotics. The political divides of the future could be between naturals - those who refuse to merge their minds & bodies with machines & ESIs - individuals who have enhanced themselves with technology.

(Feb 02 2018) - Human memory could soon be tracked, boosted, or erased ...
TEXAS - Scientific research on the human brain has yielded some very interesting results. According to the worlds foremost experts on the subject, they have made significant progress on the road to understanding human memories. Soon, they expect to be able to not only understand human memories fully but also to manipulate them at will. Todays technology is slowly making it possible.

(Feb 01 2018) - The rise of the Antichrist and modern technology
AMERICA - With modern technology and advanced systems, computer chips and hi-tech surveillance, Big Brother is watching, and its now all systems go! Everythings falling into place for the global economy to take off, and the technology and necessary computing power are with us now, the actual infrastructure is already in place, developed, tested and proven. The Anti-Christ world leader will be the author of confusion, the master counterfeiter, and through his many images he will deceive the nations.

(Jan 27 2018) - You Are Being Programmed To Accept a luciferian Saviour
NWO - We are constantly being bombarded with occult messages and ancient mystery school symbolism through the media today. But actually this is not new. There is a long held agenda to move the world towards a system of global governance under luciferian rule. Most of the population is oblivious to it. Some of the population thinks its cool. A small percentage of us see through the agenda, and know that it is not cool at all. It is blatantly anti-Christian, and diabolical in both its nature and intent. Movies and television are full of this agenda.

(Jan 12 2018) - 1984: Facebook Getting Ready To Release Portal Hardware
U.S.A. - The device will feature a 15 inch screen, a wide-angle camera with facial recognition & microphones to allow voice control. Its expected to use facial recognition to allow people to log into their accounts without having to type in passwords and will be dedicated to video chat. The gadget has been designed by a shadowy Facebook department called Building 8 thats also working on mind-reading technology. The Internet is filled with funny memes & videos of people asking their in-home personal assistants like Alexa & Echo funny questions. But while youre chuckling over the next one you see posted, just remember that youre laughing as you watch the One World surveillance system that will eventually be known as the Mark Of The Beast coming to life in stages.

(Jan 03 2018) - A.I. Is Taking Over Bit By Bit ...
U.S.A. - Recognizing the human voice, new tech gadgets can play music, search the web, shop online, check the weather, and even switch on the lights or control the central heating. But while we get to know these new interactive electronics, a report last week sounded the alarm over the implications of rapidly improving artificial intelligence. They listen, they talk and very soon, according to some experts, they will be taking over our homes, our jobs and our lives. Thousands of Americans unwrapped voice-activated electronic devices on Christmas Day. Amazons Alexa service, Apples Home Pod, and Googles Home speakers were among the best-sellers.

(Jan 01 2018) - Its going to be a Happy New Year for Artificial intelligence
NEW DELHI - Artificial intelligence (AI) is the buzz in the jobs bazaar as machine learning and the Internet of Things (IoT) increasingly influence business strategies and analytics. Human resource and search experts estimate a 50-60% higher demand for AI and robotics professionals in 2018 even as machines take over repetitive manual work. "Machines are taking over repetitive tasks. Robotics, AI, big data and analytics will be competencies that will be in great demand," said Shakun Khanna, senior director at Oracle for the Asia-Pacific region.

(Dec 23 2017) - Next Phase in Forcing Biometric Tracking on Consumers
MEXICO - In 2018, banks in Mexico will face new regulations that will oblige them to collect biometric data (finger prints and iris scans) on all of their customers. Whenever a customer asks for a new home or car loan, cashes in a paycheck, applies for a credit card or opens a new savings account, the bank in question will have to request the customers digital fingerprints and then match those fingerprints with data against information in the database of the National Electoral Institute.

(Dec 13 2017) - Google opens artificial intelligence lab in China
U.S.A. - Google on Wednesday disclosed plans to create a research lab in China dedicated to artificial intelligence. In the announcement of the Google AI China Center, Google Cloud chief scientist Fei-Fei Li said China is home to top AI experts, who in 2015 contributed to 43 percent of content in the top 100 AI journals. "I believe AI and its benefits have no borders. Whether a breakthrough occurs in Silicon Valley, Beijing or anywhere else, it has the potential to make everyone's life better for the entire world," she said.

(Dec 12 2017) - Artificial Intelligence machine can identify BILLIONS in seconds
CHINA - Yitu Technology has made an AI algorithm that can connect to millions of surveillance cameras and instantly recognise people. The company based in Shanghai, China developed Dragonfly Eye to scan through millions of photographs that have been logged in the countrys national database. This means it has a collection of 1.8 billion photos on file, including visitors to the country and those taken at ports and airports.

(Dec 12 2017) - Samsung Bets Palm Scanning Is Next Big Thing In Biometric ID
U.S.A. - When it comes to biometric security features on our smartphones, we have fingerprints, we have iris scanning, and more recently facial recognition (or at least an improved version from before). However could palm scanning be next? Thats what Samsung seems to suggest, or at least thats an avenue theyre exploring, thanks to a recently discovered patent application. In the patent application discovered by CNET, it seems that Samsung thinks that using our smartphones to scan our palms could be one way of helping users retrieve their passwords.

(Dec 11 2017) - They're Tracking Everything & Feeding It Into the Beast System
WORLD - With daily advancements in technology globally, it is no secret the big governments have the ability to track people anywhere with tech. The most important thing at this point, is wakening those around you to what is happening. Awaken them to what this world really is and how it is really being ran. Help give others the chance to know the full truth before their time is up. Just think of all the souls that lived on earth, that lived their entire life in a lie. Let break that trend. Lets awaken as many as we can to what is really happening before they try and trick the whole world into a false peace.

(Dec 11 2017) - EFF Demands Infor re: Secretive Gov't Tattoo Recognition Technology
U.S.A. - The Electronic Frontier Foundation filed suit against the DOJ, the Department of Commerce, & the DHS today, demanding records about the agencies work on the federal Tattoo Recognition Technology program. This secretive program involves a coalition of govt, academia, & private industry working to develop a series of algorithms that would rapidly detect tattoos, identify people via their tattoos, & match people with others who have similar body art - as well as flagging tattoos believed to be connected to religious & ethnic symbols.

(Dec 08 2017) - New cars to be equipped with biometric scanners
U.S.A. - According to a Lincoln Motor Company media release, their 2018 Lincoln's will offer 'complimentary' CLEAR biometric memberships to new car owners. "Working with CLEAR, Lincoln takes effortless travel to the next level, offering complimentary memberships for new Lincoln owners." Lincoln owners and their passengers, wishing to travel to the airport or sports arenas will have the 'complimentary' pleasure of being spied on by DHS!

(Dec 08 2017) - FDA Just Approved Smart Pill Antidepressant to TRACK YOU !!!
U.S.A. - The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently approved what may be the worlds first smart pill. Abilify MyCite, (aripiprazole) a pill with a sensor that digitally tracks if patients have ingested their medication was approved for sale and distribution by the FDA in mid-November. Now, a month after the drugs approval, several of the worlds leading medical doctors are questioning the ethics surrounding the controversial drug. Presumably using compliance with taking prescribed medicines as justification, the drug, has an ingestible sensor embedded in the pill that records that the medication was taken.

(Dec 05 2017) - Arizona Citizens Tracked In Facial Recognition Database
ARIZONA - Arizona citizens are now in a government database that uses facial recognition technology to track them simply for getting a drivers license. This allows federal and local law enforcement to use the perpetual lineup of suspects not accused of a crime to see if someone is wanted for a crime, Arizona Capitol Times reported. The state says that the program is to prevent identity theft and fraud. Heres how it works according to Arizona Capitol Times.

(Nov 28 2017) - George Orwell Predicted Cameras Would Watch Us in Our Homes
U.S.A. - Normalizationthe mainstreaming of people and ideas previously banished from public life for good reasonhas become the operative description of a massive societal shift toward something awful. Whether its puff pieces on neo-Nazis in major national newspapers or elected leaders who are also documented sexual predators, a good deal of work goes into making the previously unthinkable seem mundane or appealing. I try not to imagine too often where these things might lead, but one previously unthinkable scenario, the openly public mass surveillance apparatus of George Orwells 1984 has pretty much arrived ...

(Nov 23 2017) - Scientists Zapped Peoples Brains with Magnetic Pulses ...
CANADA - Stimulating someones brain with magnetic pulses is enough to change their taste in music, according to new research. Using a non-invasive technique called transcranial magnetic stimulation, Scientists managed to change the enjoyment of music felt by their subjects. Not only did the treatment alter the way participants rated music, it even affected the amount of money they were willing to spend on it.

(Nov 21 2017) - Inside The First Church Of The A.I. Godhead ... ???
CALIFORNIA - Anthony Levandowski makes an unlikely prophet. Dressed Silicon Valley-casual in jeans and flanked by a PR rep rather than cloaked acolytes, the engineer known for self-driving carsand triggering a notorious lawsuitcould be unveiling his latest startup instead of laying the foundations for a new religion. But he is doing just that. Artificial intelligence has already inspired billion-dollar companies, far-reaching research programs, and scenarios of both transcendence and doom. Now Levandowski is creating its first church. The new religion of artificial intelligence is called Way of the Future.

(Nov 18 2017) - Slaughterbots' Film Shows The Potential Horror Of Killer Microdrones
CALIFORNIA - A collaboration between University of California-Berkeley professor Stuart Russell and the Future of Life Institute that shows a future in which palm-sized, autonomous drones use facial recognition technology and on-board explosives to commit untraceable massacres. The film is the researchers' latest attempt to build support for a global ban on autonomous weapon systems, which kill without meaningful human control. The film is a sensationalistic turn in the approaches autonomous weapons critics have used to push for a ban.

(Nov 17 2017) - Why People will line up to be Microchipped like dogs
U.S.A. - So ... some people actually want to be microchipped like a dog. Theyre lining up for it. Theyre having parties to get it done. It if isnt available to them, theyre totally bummed out. Im not even going to venture into the religious aspect of having a microchip inserted into a human being. Lets just talk about the secular ramifications. Certain folks wont be happy until everyone has a computer chip implanted in them. Heres how this could go.

(Nov 09 2017) - Chips inserted in brains will give us MIND-BLOWING abilities
LISBON - People will be able to buy new memories and delete unwanted ones in the near future as experts believe they are close to biohacking the bodys most powerful tool, according to a leading technology entrepreneur. Speaking at Lisbons Web Summit, Bryan Johnson, the founder of Kernel a start-up researching the possibilities of microchips being inserted on the brain says unlocking the true potential of the mind is the single greatest thing humanity can achieve. Kernels first step is to design chips that can help fight disease, but then it hopes to evolve the brain to offer superhuman abilities.

(Nov 02 2017) - DHS is buying a new database to store biometrics
U.S.A. - The DHS's old "IDENT" database is full, with 240,000,000 records in a system designed to hold 200,000,000; so they're paying arms-dealers and erstwhile comic-book superheroes Northrop Grumman $93,000,000 to develop a new system called Homeland Advanced Recognition Technology (HART), which will grow to encompass biometrics for 500,000,000 people, including hundreds of millions of Americans. Many of those half a billion identities are likely to belong to US citizens.

(Oct 31 2017) - AI-powered IoT devices will change the way you do business
AMERICA - We may not notice it, but both artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things are driving massive innovation in consumer and business environments. The smartphones in our pockets, for instance, are equipped with some 9 to 13 sensors and have been running machine learning and deep learning via on-device firmware and in the cloud for years. But to ascertain the broader impacts of these trends on consumers, businesses, and ecosystems, we must consider how they converge and the implications therein. What follows are three examples.

(Oct 24 2017) - Real-ID allows police to control 'fundamental aspects of our daily lives'
TENNESSEE - Thanks to Real-ID, DHS has created a national ID system right under everyone's noses. According to the above video, Tennessee is 'Spreading the Good Word' that DHS now has the power to suspend and revoke anyone's drivers license or identification card. A recent article in the Lebanon Democrat, reveals how DHS and the Tennessee Department of Safety have suspended more than a quarter of a million drivers licenses (DL) for failure to pay traffic tickets.

(Oct 20 2017) - Nanochips and Smart Dust ...
AMERICA - Nanochips and Smart Dust are the new technological means for the advancement of the human microchipping agenda. Due to their incredibly tiny size, both nanochips and Smart dust have the capacity to infiltrate the human body, become lodged within, and begin to set up a synthetic network on the inside which can be remotely controlled from the outside. Needless to say, this has grave freedom, privacy and health implications, because it means the New World Order would be moving from controlling the outside world (environment/society) to controlling the inside world (your body). This article explores what the advent of nanochips and Smart dust could mean for you.

(Oct 17 2017) - Track this !!! Olympians now face implanted chips
OLYMPICS - The head of an association of Olympic athletes wants to require anyone who participates in the Summer or Winter Games to be implanted with a tracking chip to prevent the use of performance-enhancing drugs. Mike Miller, CEO of the World Olympians Association, remarked recently at an anti-doping forum in London that athletes should accept digital implants or be barred from Olympic-level competition, according to the Guardian of London. Some people say its an invasion of privacy, Miller said. Well, sport is a club and people dont have to join the club if they dont want to, if they cant follow the rules.

(Oct 15 2017) - AI implants will allow us to control our homes with our thoughts
WORLD - Artificially intelligent nano-machines will be injected into humans within 20 years to repair and enhance muscles, cells and bone, a senior inventor at IBM has forecast. John McNamara, who works at IBM Hursley Innovation Centre, in Hampshire, submitted evidence to the House of Lords Artificial Intelligence Committee, which is considering the economic, ethical and social implications of AI. Mr McNamara said that within just two decades, technology may have advanced so much that humans and machines are effectively melded together, allowing for huge leaps forward in human consciousness and cognition.

(Oct 11 2017) - Christof Koch Charts a Path to the Merger of Humans and AI
SEATTLE - At Seattles Allen Institute for Brain Science researchers are busy studying donated human brain tissue to try and unravel the mystery of our minds. According to the institutes chief scientific officer. Christof Koch, the effort may lead to the eventual, and necessary merger of our brains with machines. Koch says that integrating artificial intelligence chips into our own neural wiring may be the best way to address concerns about the rise of human-level AI, and the very real potential that the machines could outpace humans, and that this occurrence is only decades away.

(Oct 10 2017) - Smart Devices Are Snitching on Owners and ...
U.S.A. - A new type of court case is slowly but steadily emerging within the American legal system: alleged crimes being detected from data supplied by smart devices. Several cases over the last few years have focused on data transmitted within the modern smart home, while a couple of others add an extra dimension of police completely reconstructing a crime scene based upon data collected from the home as well as the various Internet-connected devices that we wear. The very nature of the 1st, 4th and 5th Amendments to the Constitution appears to be at stake.

(Oct 03 2017) - Former Google Engineer Developing ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE GOD ...
CALIFORNIA - Intranet service? Check. Autonomous motorcycle? Check. Driverless car technology? Check. Obviously the next logical project for a successful Silicon Valley engineer is to set up an AI-worshipping religious organization. Anthony Levandowski, who is at the center of a legal battle between Uber and Googles Waymo, has established a nonprofit religious corporation called Way of the Future, according to state filings first uncovered by Wireds Backchannel. Way of the Futures startling mission: To develop and promote the realization of a Godhead based on artificial intelligence and through understanding and worship of the Godhead contribute to the betterment of society.

(Sep 29 2017) - Intel Jumps Into Brain-Like Computing With New Self-Learning Chip
CALIFORNIA - The brain has long inspired the design of computers and their software. Now Intel has become the latest tech company to decide that mimicking the brains hardware could be the next stage in the evolution of computing. On Monday the company unveiled an experimental neuromorphic chip called Loihi. Neuromorphic chips are microprocessors whose architecture is configured to mimic the biological brains network of neurons and the connections between them called synapses.

(Sep 14 2017) - Same company that manufactures Smart TVs that spy on you now rolling out refrigerators that record everything you say
WORLD - Its official: Privacy in the technology age is officially dead, and its not very likely that genie can be put back into the bottle. You may have noticed that voice recognition technology is all the rage these days, featured in a range of new consumer products that are part of the Internet of things. Devices like Amazons Echo are designed to listen for the sound of your voice and respond to it. Google devices have been recording the sound of your voice for years, as the U.K.s Independent reported in February. Smart TVs are also designed to respond to the sound of your voice, meaning that they like other Internet-connected consumer voice recognition products can be hacked and then used to spy on you. In fact one smart TV maker, Samsung Electronics, even admitted in 2015 that its TVs could be used to spy on you in your home.

(Sep 04 2017) - ... A World Where Everyone Will Be Microchipped
WORLD - Technology is moving incredibly fast. Although certain advances are doing the world a lot of good, over time, new tools inevitably grant new opportunities for the powerful to garner more control and influence over the people. One of the most insidious means of mass control has not yet been fully implemented, but is being pushed at an ever-increasing rate: human microchipping.

(Aug 28 2017) - The Death Of Cash - New Tech To Revolutionize The Payments Industry
WORLD - The world has had enough of paper money. Now that consumers are done with physical wallets, the multi-billion-dollar mobile pay app market is minting new digital barons at breakneck speed. And weve just identified one company at the forefront of the revolution which has a very compelling story. Glancepay is already the no. 1 mobile payment app in Canada, ranking at over 92 percent of mobile payment app downloads. Its also making big waves across North America, where it ranks 37 percent of all mobile payment app downloads.

(Aug 10 2017) - You will get chipped eventually
LOS ANGELES - You will get chipped. Its just a matter of time. In the aftermath of a Wisconsin firm embedding microchips in employees last week to ditch company badges and corporate logons, the Internet has entered into full-throated debate. Religious activists are so appalled, theyve been penning nasty 1-star reviews of the company, Three Square Market, on Google, Glassdoor and social media. On the flip side, seemingly everyone else wants to know: Is this what real life is going to be like soon at work? Will I be chipped?

(Aug 07 2017) - The Mark of the Beast - REJECT THE MICRO CHIP
WORLD - DO NOT TAKE THE MARK OF THE BEAST MICRO CHIP. Resist the chip, tell the government to stick it where the sun dont shine. That chip is all about having total control over your life. Money belongs to the world system, but even though we live in the world, GOD is calling us out of it. Putting a micro chip inside of your body connects you symbolically and spiritually as well as physically to Satan and his world. You would then have made a conscious decision to serve Satan, even if you cant understand that. Just like Eve was deceived in the garden of Eden.

(Aug 06 2017) - Microchipping Humans : First They Did This ...
U.S.A. - If America traded liberty for security, it chucked privacy for convenience to our steep detriment and the States undoubted joy. Voice and typed internet searches on any device, putatively private chat conversations on social media, and the ever-popular, dual-facing camera to most consumers, these and more are mere modern amenities vast leaps forward in speed and quality and luxury and so on, ad infinitum. Privacy and constitutional rights law cant keep pace with invention in this digital age ...

(Aug 03 2017) - Dawn of the bionic age ...
LAS VEGAS - If youre prone to forgetting your card key for the office or your computer password, heres a solution: Get a microchip implanted in your hand. Thats what Brian McEvoy has done multiple times. Hes got five implants, mostly for functional reasons but one just for fun. For years, owners have implanted microchips in their pets to recover them if they go astray. Farmers use them in cattle. Now, humans are experimenting with subdermal microchips, which are the size of a large grain of rice, to make modern life easier.

(Aug 02 2017) - Nanoparticles & the New Arms Race
WORLD - What is the newest weapon in the global arms race? Nanotechnology.Nanoparticles are in everything from your food, body products, plants, medication, fabrics, and most everyday household items. The danger with nanoparticles is that they are invisible to the eye. They are also a powerful weapon which creates a 'new type of destruction' never seen before. Currently, there are no labeling requirements for you to tell if a product contains weaponized nanoparticles.

(Jul 28 2017) - Be Prepared The Coming Cashless Society
WORLD - Counting the steps to a cashless/digital currency? Count this one. Crypto-currencies have been around for a while, and Bitcoin has been one of the most successful. Banking institutions have allowed them to remain so far, only because it reinforces their agenda toward a cashless/digital currency. The more accepted digital (crypto) currencies are, the easier it will be for governments and financial institutions to push their agenda of eliminating physical currency. Virtual currency has a future, but it may not be what you think. In order for central banks and sovereigns to easily employ digital currency, it must be accepted.

(Jul 27 2017) - VIDEO : Why Is NO ONE Talking About This ...
U.S.A. - Suuuurrrrrreeeeee ... all this technology is for the good of the people. Millions, if not billions have been tossed into R & D projects because these governments, corporations, companies and universities have such a big heart. And, lets not forget all those big hearted stock holders, they want everyone on "Their" planet to enjoy the good life. Sure they do. No - No - No !!! These money hungry morlocks want robot's - human or otherwise. And they want you to pay up-front for all of it, especially their MARK OF THE BEAST ... so their friends know how many Eloi they own.

(Jul 25 2017) - Banks Are Scheming To Dominate A Future Cashless Society
WORLD - Visa recently announced its new Cashless Challenge program, which offers $10,000 to restaurants willing to transition into accepting only digital payments. As the largest credit card processor in the U.S., its no surprise Visa is spearheading this campaign. Under the guise of increasing transparency and efficiency, theyve partnered with governments around the world to help convert financial systems into cashless models, but their real incentive is the billions of dollars in extra transaction fees it would generate. We are declaring war on cash, Visa spokesman Andy Gerlt proudly proclaimed after the program was announced.

(Jul 22 2017) - Wisconsin Company To Implant Microchips In Employees
WISCONSIN - A Wisconsin company is about to become the first in the U.S. to offer microchip implants to its employees. Yes, you read that right. Microchip implants. "It's the next thing that's inevitably going to happen, and we want to be a part of it," Three Square Market Chief Executive Officer Todd Westby said. The company designs software for break room markets that are commonly found in office complexes.

(Jul 17 2017) - Facial Recognition Coming to Police Body Cameras
U.S.A. - An approach to machine learning inspired by the human brain is about to revolutionize street search. Even if the cop who pulls you over doesnt recognize you, the body camera on his chest eventually just might. Device-maker Motorola will work with artificial intelligence software startup Neurala to build real-time learning for a person of interest search on products such as the Si500 body camera for police, the firm announced Monday.

(Jul 15 2017) - DHS Now Scanning Americans Faces at Airports
AMERICA - The Department of Homeland Security is implementing a new plan that will give Americans even less privacy while traveling abroad. Under the new system, Americans leaving the country will be forced to pass through biometric scanners that will scan individual faces. While this program has not yet been fully implemented, there are already at least six airports that are currently running the program, and some of them have been using it for several months. The airports where you can currently expect to get scanned are in Boston, Chicago, Houston, Atlanta, New York City and Washington, D.C. However, the Department of Homeland Security has been very clear that they hope to roll this program out nationwide by January 2018.

(Jul 10 2017) - DARPA Reveals $65 Million Matrix Program ...
DARPA - The US military has revealed $65M of funding for a Matrix program to develop a brain chip allowing humans to simply plug into a computer. They say the system could give soldiers super-senses and even help treat people with blindness, paralysis and speech disorders. Conspiracy theorists have been talking about this for years, now in a bold move, DARPA drops the pretense and admits the existence of these secret programs designed to create an army of half-human, half-machine super soldiers to fight in the their phony wars. Trans-humanism is real, and coming to a neighborhood near you very soon.

(Jul 05 2017) - Will you take the RFID chip ???
U.S.A. - Brain chips, micro-computing, RFID chips, microchips, smart phones, and virtual reality all of this is leading to something, and according to Brain Johnson of Kernel and the founder of Braintree, the next phase of this something is placing technology inside the human brain. Rapidly approaching the Human race is a decision, and in large part, that decision will be based on this question, do we place technology inside of our bodies? In 2007, many news outlets cried conspiracy at the fact that the RFID chip would be placed within people, and as of today, several thousand people across the globe have begun embedding RFID chips into their bodies.

(Jun 30 2017) - Cybercriminals could soon be able to hack your BRAINWAVES
U.K. - Headsets that monitor your brainwaves could allow hackers to empty your bank account, scientists fear. High-tech helmets called electroencephalograms or EEGs are often used to diagnose epilepsy, but are beginning to appear on the toy and video game markets. You can buy devices that allow you control robotic toys or play video games using just your mind for just 100. But a study recently proved that hackers could guess a users passwords using these headsets to monitor victims brainwaves. And now scientists are concerned that EEGs could be used in a similar way.

(Jun 14 2017) - Researchers Perfectly Reconstruct Faces by Reading Brainwaves
CALIFORNIA - Picture this: youre sitting in a police interrogation room, struggling to describe the face of a criminal to a sketch artist. You pause, wrinkling your brow, trying to remember the distance between his eyes and the shape of his nose. Suddenly, the detective offers you an easier way: would you like to have your brain scanned instead, so that machines can automatically reconstruct the face in your mind's eye from reading your brain waves? Sound fantastical? Its not. After decades of work, scientists at Caltech may have finally cracked our brains facial recognition code.

(Jun 12 2017) - Swedish railway uses microchip implants
SWENDEN - Sweden's state-owned rail operator SJ is allowing passengers to use microchip implants rather than conventional tickets. The idea is currently being trialed just among some SJ members. It means all they need to travel is their left hand and the small microchip implanted in it. Authorities believe implanting the microchip will make the train journey more convenient ... Implanting microchips under the skin is becoming increasingly popular in Sweden. But experts warn there are security and privacy issues to consider.

(Jun 09 2017) - Mark of the 'Beast' ??? Unique Patient Identifier (UPI)
WASH D.C. - Big Brother is ready to watch you as you hop from doctor to doctor, treatment to treatment, and you have reason to be worried. Congress has moved us one step closer to establishing a unique patient identifier (UPI) system. The UPI is meant to act like a passport into the healthcare system and to aid healthcare institutions in matching patients with their medical records. A unique number assigned to every American that gives access to that persons full medical records to every doctor, hospital, researcher, and public health department in the country. What could go wrong?

(Jun 05 2017) - A Hardware Update for the Human Brain
U.S.A. - From Silicon Valley startups to the U.S. Department of Defense, scientists and engineers are hard at work on a brain-computer interface that could turn us into programmable, debuggable machines. But a number of players have entered the field of neurotech with a different goal: cognitive enhancement of healthy humans, made possible by the formal, physical union of computers and our brains.

(Jun 02 2017) - JetBlue launches facial recognition at airports
U.S.A. - Advancing facial recognition at airports, JetBlue today announced it is the first airline to work with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) on paperless and deviceless self-boarding. Using technology from SITA, passengers will use facial recognition technology to identify themselves at the gate during boarding. Starting in June, the new process will be available on flights from Bostons Logan International Airport to Arubas Queen Beatrix International Airport. No prior enrolment or registration will be required for participants. Customers who opt in during the boarding process can put away their boarding passes and devices and instead opt to use the biometric system.

(May 25 2017) - Google Now Tracks Your Credit Card Purchases and ...
U.S.A. - Googles new ability to match peoples offline credit card purchases to their online lives is a stunning display of surveillance capitalism in action. The capability, which Google unveiled this week, allows the company to connect the dots between the ads that it shows its users and what they end up actually buying. This is a crucial link for Googles business that, for all of the companys inventiveness, remains a matter of attracting users to its predominantly free services, collecting user data, and leveraging that data to sell advertising.

(May 23 2017) - Artificial Intelligence is Already Incriminating Citizens
NWO - Artificial intelligence has arrived in the court systems & its already incriminating citizens. The future fiasco of AI penalizing Americans for thought crimes has begun & according to chief justice Roberts its already causing problems in the legal systems of America. Chief Justice Roberts recently attended an event & was asked whether he could foresee a day when smart machines, driven by artificial intelligence, will assist with courtroom fact-finding or, more controversially even, judicial decision making. He responded: Its a day thats here & its putting a significant strain on how the judiciary goes about doing things.

(May 18 2017) - The All Seeing Eye of Destruction ...
CALIFORNIA - In 2016, Alphabet Inc. Patented Google Lens, a computerized contact lens that gets embedded into the eye which can record and take pictures. In 2017, Alphabet Inc. brings about the first phase of Google Lens in the form of an image-recognition AI for your smartphone. The conglomerate corporation Alphabet the parent company to Google and YouTube has taken the first steps to bring about full-blown integrated image-recognition technology that places artificial intelligence in the hands of the user. Previously such technology has been available but not to this degree.

(May 05 2017) - Q&A with One World Identity CEO Travis Jarae
WASH D.C. - One World Identity will be hosting its inaugural K(NO)W Identity Conference May 15-17 in Washington D.C., which will bring together leaders across all industries and backgrounds to help combat prominent identity challenges of the 21st century. The K(NO)W Identity Conference will feature keynote addresses from none other than whistleblower Edward Snowden, along with over 150 panel and session speakers from organizations including the World Bank, IBM, Google, MorphoTrust, NIST, Payfone and GSMA.

(Apr 18 2017) - Facebook developing a 'mind reading' brain interface
CALIFORNIA - Mark Zuckerberg has unveiled Facebook's augmented reality system - and confirmed rumours the firm is developing a 'mind control' brain interface. The social network's founder took to the stage at the firm's annual F8 developer conference at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center to introduce what he called the 'second act' in Facebook's camera strategy - a new platform to allow developers to build AR apps that intensifies its battle with Snapchat. He also hinted at the firm's more distant future, confirming rumours it is developing a radical mind reading computer interface - and promised more details on the project 'soon'.

(Apr 18 2017) - Device that can literally read your mind
JAPAN - A device that can read peoples minds by detecting their brainwaves has been developed in a breakthrough that could eventually enable people with locked-in syndrome to communicate. The system was only partially effective with a 90 per cent success rate when trying to recognise numbers from zero to nine and a 61 per cent rate for single syllables in Japanese, the researchers said. But, nonetheless, a statement about the research issued by the Toyohashi University of Technology in Japan said it showed that an effective device to read peoples thoughts and relay them to others was possible in the near future.

(Apr 11 2017) - Manipulating the brain to create honest behavior
ZURICH - Medicalxpress reports: Researchers at the University of Zurich have identified the brain mechanism that governs decisions between honesty and self-interest. Using non-invasive brain stimulation, they could even increase honest behavior. In an experiment involving rolling dice, where cheating would increase volunteers earnings, researchers applied transcranial direct current stimulation over a region in the right dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (rDLPFC). This noninvasive brain stimulation method makes brain cells more sensitive i.e., they are more likely to be active. When the researchers applied this stimulation during the task, participants were less likely to cheat.

(Apr 09 2017) - What is "brain hacking"? Why you should care
CALIFORNIA - Have you ever wondered if all those people you see staring intently at their smartphones -- nearly everywhere, and at all times -- are addicted to them? According to a former Google product manager you are about to hear from, Silicon Valley is engineering your phone, apps and social media to get you hooked. He is one of the few tech insiders to publicly acknowledge that the companies responsible for programming your phones are working hard to get you and your family to feel the need to check in constantly. Some programmers call it brain hacking and the tech world would probably prefer you didnt hear about it.

(Apr 07 2017) - Touchless biometric device named best new product
U.S.A. - The best new security product of 2017 is CrucialTraks touchless Biometric Access Control System. So said the judges for the Security Industry Associations New Product Showcase announced at the ISC West conference. The Biometric Access Control System is a multi-biometric authentication system that layers four different touchless biometric types into a single terminal. The readers feature a sleek orb-like design and support touchless fingerprint, palm vein, iris and facial recognition authentication. Features ...

(Mar 30 2017) - Toward The Mark Of The Beast? It's Called 'DuoSkin'
NEW YORK - From sci-fi to the real world: DuoSkins temporary tattoos turn your body into an interface. And, the device has won rave reviews in the tech and fashion worlds. When my fellow researchers and I created DuoSkin in 2016, the very idea seemed steeped in a fantasy world. But less than a year after we published our research and released our prototypes, our on-skin interface technology has been formally recognized as real. At the 2017 South by Southwest (SXSW) Interactive Innovation Awards this month, DuoSkin won the Sci-Fi No Longer category for the coolest scientific achievement or discovery that previously was considered possible only in science fiction.

(Mar 28 2017) - Elon Musk's new project: Connect brains with computers
CALIFORNIA - Entrepreneur Elon Musk launched Neuralink Corp. to implant electrodes into human brains to enhance their computer interface, sources with knowledge of the project said. Musk, 45, the South African-born founder and CEO of both electric carmaker Tesla Inc. and privately owned rocket company SpaceX, established the California-based company and is taking an active role in its funding and development, The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday, citing sources involved in the company's start. Neuralink will pursue "neural lace" technology, in which small electrodes are implanted in the brain as cranial computers.

(Mar 17 2017) - By 2030, Youll Be Living in a World Thats Run by Google
GOOGLE - I was asked on Quora what Google will look like in 2030. Since that is one of the most important issues the world is facing right now, I took some time to answer it in full. Larry Page, one of Googles two co-founders, once said off-handedly that Google is not about building a search engine. As he said it, Oh, were really making an AI. Google right now is all about building the world brain that will take care of every person, all the time and everywhere. By 2030, Google will have that World Brain in existence, and it will look after all of us. And thats quite possibly both the best and worst thing that could happen to humanity.

(Mar 07 2017) - Brain Chip Implants - Next Big Mental Health Breakthrough
DARPA - How did a Massachusetts woman end up with two electrodes implanted into her brain? Why is the Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) developing a controversial, cutting-edge brain chip technology that could one day treat everything from major depressive disorder to hand cramps? How did we get to deep brain stimulation and where do we go from here?

(Mar 03 2017) - Australia Becomes Worlds Most Microchipped Nation
AUSTRALIA - Australia has become the first widely microchipped nation, with Australians readily parting with $150 of their own money to pay for fashionable microchips under their skin without stopping to think of the consequences. Mainstream media in the US has been waging a propaganda campaign trying to normalize the idea of microchips for humans, airing reports claiming that children will be microchipped sooner rather than later and that Americans will accept this because it will make their children safer.

(Feb 20 2017) - Samsung: Smart TVs Are Recording Your Private Conversations
U.S.A. - In 2015, Samsung announced that Smart TV sets listen to peoples conversations, and were forced to issue warnings to customers not to say anything confidential while near their TV sets. Theweek.com reports ... The company revealed that the voice activation feature on its smart TVs will capture all nearby conversations. The TV sets can share the information, including sensitive data, with Samsung as well as third-party services.

(Feb 16 2017) - SCIENTISTS PLAN TO ALTER OUR MINDS ... and MORE !!!
NEW YORK - Mankind is on the cusp of a transition that we cannot come back from. For many years scientists have sought technology that can actively alter memories and identity. New World Technology has the ability to change our perception by altering our memory; some of the technologies can even make us forget history, and by doing so can distort morals. But there is a far greater evil, scientists can even plant memories.

(Feb 13 2017) - Outlawing microchipping humans not so far fetched
CARSON CITY - State Sen. Becky Harris said a bill to prohibit forced microchipping of people is not as far-fetched as it might seem because it happens in some places around the world. Senate Bill 109 would make it a Class C felony to require someone to be implanted with a radio frequency identifier, such as microchips placed in pets. The idea for the bill came from a constituent, the Las Vegas Republican said.

(Feb 12 2017) - Bank of America opens its 3rd employee free branch
AMERICA - An alarming trend is emerging throughout society; companies are ditching humans and replacing them with automation. We mostly hear about these situations in tech and supply chain companies and even fast food restaurants, but now we see this come to fruition in banking as well. Banks already operate with little to no physical cash on hand, making the elimination of the bank teller that much easier. Armed guards will be replaced as biometric eye scanning software contracts become the next big thing in banking security.

(Feb 08 2017) - Company offers to make its employees cyborgs with microchip implants
BELGIAN - In the latest move toward a brave new world, a European company has offered its employees a chance at becoming cyborgs. NewFusion, a Belgian digital marketing and tech firm, recently took steps to make biohacking a company-wide initiative, Sputnik reports. Instead of old-school ID badges, NewFusion's workers can opt for a microchip implant in their hands to gain access to the company's HQ and computer systems. We'll say that again: Employees can get physical chips surgically implanted into their flesh to access their building and computers.

(Jan 25 2017) - Supercomputer of CYBERPOL named 666 set go live during 2017
CALIFORNIA - The advanced supercomputer of CYBERPOL named 666 is on track to go live during 2017. The specially built Supercomputer will be used to sync all data for hosting the "International Cyber Criminal Database" (ICCD) comprising of wanted cyber criminals and all accumulated cyber crimes committed in the cyber-world as well as all data breaches backdated to 2013. The CYBERPOL main SOC will be based in Protecting Tomorrow physical spaces located in California, USA whilst at this time, the official hosting and location of the Supercomputer codenamed 666 will not be disclosed publicly for security reasons.

(Jan 21 2017) - Ushering in a Totalitarian Police State in Cashless Smart Cities
WORLD - From Scandinavia to Amsterdam to India and elsewhere, the trend of going cashless is gaining traction. We have been covering the shortcomings of what is rightly called the War On Cash here at TDV for a while now and have shown just how negative the effects can be on an unsuspecting nations people. Chandigarh, India, which is the capital of the northern Indian states of Punjab and Haryana, is like one of Indias labrats. Indian officials are working hard toward making it into Indias first cashless city.

(Jan 17 2017) - Feds want facial biometrics that can 'ID' people based on
U.S.A. - The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) otherwise known as the Dept. of Commerce plans to evaluate facial biometrics for the government. Beginning next month, the NIST will begin evaluating facial recognition technology algorithms. The NIST calls it the 'Face Recognition Vendor Test' (FRVT). FRVT explains how biometrics can identify a person using their skin type, facial hair, height & weight. The Feds also want biometric cameras that can estimate a person's age and sex.

(Jan 10 2017) - Amazon & Microsoft use appliances & toys to spy on families worldwide
U.S.A. - Say goodbye to privacy and hello to Big Brother, soon every home appliance you purchase will spy on us. The list of home appliances that use Amazon's Alexa, Google Home, Samsung's 'SmartThings hub' and Amazon's Fire TV is growing at a disturbing pace. Private companies are using our refrigerator, dishwasher, oven, toaster, water heater, air conditioner, ceiling fan, washer and dryer, electrical outlets, light bulbs and lamps to spy on us inside our homes. (LG's 'Instaview' refrigerators have Alexa installed in them.) General Electric (GE) and Alexa, think consumers will find it amusing that Amazon will control every appliance in our homes.

(Dec 30 2016) - Indias PM defends shift to cashless society
INDIA - Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday defended his decision to withdraw high denomination bank notes from circulation, as a deadline to end severe cash shortages passed with Indians still queuing at banks to deposit savings and withdraw money. Modi abolished 500 and 1,000 rupee bills on Nov. 8, taking out 86 percent of cash in circulation, in a bid to fight corruption, end terror financing and turn India into a cashless society. The move, however, caused a major cash crunch

(Dec 20 2016) - Gov't Will Soon Control, Trigger & Read Thoughts
AMERICA - Scientists are predicting that in 2017, the first true brain-to-brain communication in people could begin. Scientists are actively constructing the method that will forge the way for governmental agencies to influence thoughts, and control minds through devices such as an eeg cap. Through technological telepathy anyone connected to the system could control, trigger and read thoughts of another individual.

(Dec 16 2016) - The House Passes A Microchipping Law ...
WASH D.C. - The U.S. House of Representatives has passed a bill that would get the federal government heavily involved in microchipping disabled people for tracking purposes. If you would like to read it for yourself, you can find H.R. 4919 right here. The bill is also known as Kevin and Avontes Law, and the idea behind it is that if disabled people are microchipped it wont be so easy for them to get lost. Of course we have been microchipping pets in this country for years, and this is yet another giant step down the road toward universal microchipping of everyone. We are being told that implanted microchips will make those with developmental disabilities safer, but where does this stop? Pretty soon there will be a huge push to microchip all children for their safety, and once that is accomplished it wont be too long before they will want to microchip the entire population.

(Dec 11 2016) - International bankers push for cashless society
U.S.A. - There is no doubt that international banking agencies would love to implement what can only be described as a cashless society, one with no cash. In fact, beta tests are already underway which may ultimately lead to an Orwellian-style system which some have referred to as the mark of the beast. Morgan Report analyst David Smith warns that this so-called cashless society may be coming to America in the near future.

(Dec 08 2016) - Mark Of The Beast Starting In Israel ???
ISRAEL - For years, Bible prophecy teachers have warned about a last days attempt to place a mark on every individual, in fulfillment of foretellings from the book of Revelation in the New Testament, but will it be the Holy Land of Israel itself that will be the forerunner to implement The Mark of the Beast? The Jersusalem Post has reported that the Interior Ministry has decided to push to make joining the national biometric database, including taking finger prints and facial recognition pictures, a requirement for all identity cards going forward. The law establishes arrangements to enable identification and authentication of Israeli residents by means of including biometric data in identification documents, in a manner that will prevent forgery and the use of a different identity.

(Dec 07 2016) - WiFi-Capable Brain Implants ...
AMERICA - WiFi-Capable Brain Implants: What Could Possibly Go Wrong ? The latest creation from Elon Musk is the one that should have you worried. If you thought the Apple Watch was a bit much, wait until you hear about this. The next creation from Musk is Neural Lace, a computer interface implanted directly into the human brain. As one example, it could allow users to connect to the internet nearly by thinking about it.

(Dec 06 2016) - Next-Level Amazon Grocery Leads Directly to Microchip Implants
SEATTLE - Imagine on your next trip to the grocery store, that there were no checkouts, no cashiers, and no lines. You could simply walk in, grab what you need and go. Sounds great right? Amazon has created a next-level grocery store in Seattle that does just that by utilizing machine intelligence and facial recognition software. New technology like this is paving the way towards microchip implants, and the mark of the beast. Amazon, the largest online shopping network in the world is entering into the real world, and their first step is Amazon Go, a store that utilizes a smartphone app and cashier-less store.

(Dec 06 2016) - App lets you scan people's FACES & reveal everything
LONDON - Today, the company behind the app - BLIPPAR - has announced that facial recognition will be introduced so you can scan other people and reveal their profile. It's billed as the world's first facial recognition for phones. The profiles are strictly an opt-in only experience, meaning members of the public have to go through a process to get their faces recognised and turned on before they become blippable.

(Dec 03 2016) - Preparing America for the Mark of the Beast ...
U.S.A. - America is being prepared for the mark of the beast and the preparation is incremental. Group think is a psychological phenomena in which people do things, that they often know are not good for them. However, they do it because everyone else is doing it. Within the spirit of group think, people will perform acts that they would never think of doing otherwise. Today, the psyops directed at getting America to accept the mark of the beast has reached employment. Healthcare workers are being told that if they do not take the flu vaccine, they will not keep their jobs. This is teaching the public that you cannot resist the will of the real power behind the government.

(Dec 01 2016) - All European Newborns to be Microchipped ... from Dec 2016 ???
EUROPE -- { Waiting to be Confirmed } -- On Dec 2016, through Europe newborn children will be compelled to take in a subcutaneous RFID chip. Public clinics in the European Union are to be alerted. The chip in inquiry will be contributed with the report sheet on the newborn. This chip will also be an impressive GPS sensor that will task with a micro-disposable battery every 2 yrs in state clinics. GPS chip grants an edge of error of 5 meters, as a statement, that is excellent. It will be linked straight to a satellite, which will guide the networks. As forecasted, this chip will be essential for all kids born after May 2014, but with a present confirmation date until May 2020.

(Nov 28 2016) - India Taking Steps Closer to Cashless Society
INDIA - The Bible warns about a mandatory mark, which will be implemented as part of a global payment system before the return of the Lord Jesus. The world is already drawing closer to that system through a series of transitional steps. In western nations like the United States, we have gradually adapted to paying without cash by using credit cards, debit cards, PayPal, swiping our cell phones, and a few U.S. retailers are even accepting payments using fingerprint scanners. So things are moving along here, but what about in other parts of the world?

(Nov 27 2016) - Problem, Reaction, Solution How the Govt Will Take Your Cash
NEW WORLD ORDER - Depending on who you ask, the idea of a cashless society is either a utopia of modern convenience or an Orwellian nightmare, but recent international events coupled with stories about ATM cyber-hacks are fair signals that a major push for the cashless society is under way & will intensify. In India, the govt just banned the use of two of the most commonly used bank notes, the 500 & 1000 rupee notes (worth about US$7 and $14 respectively), and is reportedly making a move to restrict gold imports. Citibank in Australia just announced that it would no longer accept coins or notes, opting instead for digital transactions only.

(Nov 25 2016) - The Airport of the Future Will Use Your Face as Your Passport
AMERICA - You wouldnt guess it if you are suffering long security lines and indifferent service at Americas airports this holiday season, but all this could soon be a thing of the past. New smart technology in which your face becomes your passport could transform the airport experience. And everybody agrees that this needs to happen. If there is one song both political parties are singing from the same sheet it is that we need to renew our transport infrastructure before it finally collapses from neglect. And airports appear to be high on the list.

(Nov 25 2016) - Scientists close to creating LIVING COMPUTER with HUMAN BRAIN
MASSACHUSETTS - Engineers at the University of Massachusetts are developing microprocessors which mimic biological synapses - the nerve cells which pass messages across the human body. The science fiction-style project is being undertaken by Joshua Yang and Qiangfei Xia, professors of electrical and computer engineering at the US college. Their work focuses heavily on memristors - a computer component which could change science forever, switching the focus from electronics to ionics. This means computers of the near-future will be able to shut on and off like a lightbulb, not losing any data or files in the process.

(Nov 09 2016) - Wireless Implant gives Paralyzed Monkeys Ability to Walk Again
U.S.A. - For patients paralyzed by a spinal cord injury, theres one impossible roadblock to full recovery. Any movements we execute starts with a series of neurons firing in our brains. The electric signal then travels down our backs to our spinal cords and triggers the specific nerves that controlby contracting and extendingall of our various muscles. When someone is paralyzed because of a spinal cord injury, like a broken neck, the path from brain to limbs is permanently disruptedkind of like an avalanche that blocks an otherwise accessible mountain trail. Even though both the brain and the limbs work, they cant communicate with each other, rendering the patient unable to move.

(Nov 03 2016) - Scientists Take Massive Step Towards The Mark of the Beast ...
CANADA - Scientists at the University of Calgary have created a brain chip which can mimic cellular function within the brain, marking a tipping point in biotechnology; and thus further paving the way for a fully functional Brain Computer Interface (BCI) which could be used as a form of the Mark of the Beast ... A brain implant which could complete functions on an external device is practically thought computing, except the brain chip in cooperation with another implant creates functions all on its own. Meaning that if an individual has one single thought out of line, 911 could easily be dialed, giving rise to thought based prosecuting. Brain chips are a part of the New World Order and are spoken of in scripture as a likely form of the Mark of the Beast.

(Oct 28 2016) - 10th graders asked to persuade people to get A Microchip ?
FLORIDA - Imagine you work for a human microchip company. The president has given you the opportunity to make a televised speech to the nation. What would you say to persuade people to get a microchip? The question you just read is not from WikiLeaks, and not from a biotechnology corporation, but rather it was the subject of a lesson being taught by a Public Florida High School to tenth graders. (And) ... after researching for the lesson online, the following similar lesson came up. It is by an author called Semantics Logic which uses the website Prezi to share presentations online for educational purposes.

(Oct 26 2016) - On their way - computers that can read your MIND and ...
OREGON - Voice-recognition technology can be useful for dictating text when you have no way of typing. But computers could soon be able to decode your thoughts into actual speech or written words, without you even saying a word. This kind of technology sounds like science fiction, but there are a variety of ways scientists are edging towards making it a reality, according to a new review. Computers that can read our minds might enhance the capabilities of already existing speech interfaces with devices, like Siri and Ok Google. But it could be even more important for those with speech difficulties, and even more so for patients who lack any speech or motor function at all.

(Oct 21 2016) - The brain chip that could turn you into a SUPERHUMAN
CALIFORNIA - The idea of implanting brain chips into people to give them superhuman memory might sound like the plot of the latest science fiction film. But one pioneering neuroscientist is ready to start trialling this futuristic technology in humans. The memory chips have already been successfully tested in rats, and could one day be a commercially available product to allow anyone to boost their memory. Dr Theodore Berger, who is designing the brain chips, is a professor of biomedical engineering at the University of Southern California.

(Oct 19 2016) - Worlds first biometric fingerprint scanner for newborns
JAPAN - Fingerprint biometric scanners might be a popular tool for law enforcement and securing smartphones, but it could also help improve vaccination rates in developing countries. Japanese tech firm NEC has developed what it claims is the worlds first fingerprint scanner that can be used to identify newborns and infants. The purpose of the technology, which was developed in conjunction with Anil Jain, a professor at Michigan State University, is to help track vaccination schedules for infants in developing countries where children often lack any official identification documents. The scanner may help healthcare providers in these areas identify babies and match them as they become older.

(Oct 19 2016) - Whos Powering the War on Cash ???
WORLD - On Monday in Japan, Apple CEO Tim Cook vented his spleen once more against physical currency, telling the Nikkei that we dont think the consumer particularly likes cash. Its a bizarre conclusion to reach, especially in Japan where cash is still the undisputed king. At 90 trillion ($885 billion), or about a fifth of gross domestic product, the value of banknotes in circulation is the highest in the world as a proportion of the economy. Many small businesses, including many restaurants, dont even take plastic. Yet, the country was also the first to popularize mobile wallets and smartphones. We would like to be a catalyst for taking cash out of the system, Cook said, his mind fixed on Apple Pay, which takes a cut on every transaction it processes.

(Oct 19 2016) - Apples Next Goal: A Cashless World
WORLD - Its official Apples next goal is to eliminate cash, within the next few years. Tim Cook, Apples homosexual CEO, claims that Apple Pay could be the catalyst that ultimately gets the world to switch from cash to total digital payments, and the New World Order. The late Steve Jobs brought the world a new way to look at technology, but Apple, under Tim Cook might just change how the world thinks about money. We would like to be a catalyst for taking cash out of the system, Cook said. We dont think the consumer particularly likes cash.

(Oct 18 2016) - 50% Already in Facial Recognition Network
AMERICA - Half of all American adults are already in some sort of facial recognition network accessible to law enforcement, according to a comprehensive new study. Conducted over a year and relying in part on Freedom of Information and public record requests to 106 law enforcement agencies, the study, conducted by Georgetown Laws Center on Privacy and Technology, found American police use of facial recognition technology is a scattered, hodgepodge network of laws and regulations.

(Oct 14 2016) - Collaboration to Develop Neuromorphic Chips ...
CALIFORNIA - Stanford University and Korean chip maker SK Hynix have entered into a partnership agreement, with the aim being the creation of a neuromorphic chip. The group is planning to develop the Artificial Neural Network Devices utilizing using newly discovered ferroelectric materials. The development could be a big step for the development of neuromorphic computing ... Neuromorphic chips are semiconductors that function almost as imitations of the thinking process of the human brain.

(Oct 05 2016) - Super Human: Australia ... Microchipping Its Citizens
AUSTRALIA - Australia may become the first country in the world to microchip its public. NBC news predicted that all Americans would be microchipped by 2017, but it seems Australia may have already beaten them to it. Back in 2010, CBS news reported that the Australian government had a potential RFID microchipping plan in the works related to the health care system. Now, it seems that this plan is beginning to unfold but the push is not a result of mandated health care reforms, but rather a clever propaganda campaign that equates RFID microchipping with becoming superhuman, and people are begging for it.

(Sep 27 2016) - MIND CONTROL & MARK OF THE BEAST Technologies
DARPA - Technology consultants to DARPA may claim the secretive Department of Defense only has innovation for the betterment of humanity in mind, but some of their most outlandish projects tell a different story. How do DARPAs projects interact with each other and what does this truly mean for us as a civilization ? DARPA has hacked into a squids nervous system in order to force the animal to change its colors. What does this mean for you and me?

(Aug 27 2016) - Israeli scientists use nanobots and thoughts to control ...
ISRAEL - Israeli scientists say they have come up with a way for brain power to control when drugs are released into the body, by using tiny robots made out of DNA to deliver the medication internally. Researchers at the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya and Bar-Ilan University in Ramat Gan have built the nanobots to which medication is attached and then are injected into the body. The nanobots have a gate that opens or closes thereby controlling drug release depending on brain activity.

(Aug 24 2016) - Woman has MICROCHIPS implanted in both hands ...
AUSTRALIA - In a glimpse of what the future may hold, tiny microchips are being implanted in humans so they can unlock doors and get into their computers without using keys or passwords. Sydney woman Shanti Korporaal has had two implants inserted in her hands which she now uses like she has superhuman powers, the Adelaide Advertiser reports. Her goal now is to completely do away with her wallet and cards so that she can lead a futuristic lifestyle, and the sky's the limit as to what can be done next.

(Aug 14 2016) - Augmented Intelligence and Mark of the Beast
U.S.A. - Augmented Intelligence is the new term for Artificial Intelligence according to IBM; trailing close behind the IA movement are neural implants and advances toward the mark of the beast. The Artificial Intelligence industry is growing exponentially despite dire warnings of its threat to humanity by top tech executives. At the Code Conference, Elon Musk, CEO, and founder of Space-X issued yet another warning about AI. So if the creators and thinkers on AI believe it to be such a risk, why would they continue building it? Because they have found a way to counteract the AI. How? By making humans a part of the system through augmented intelligence.

(Aug 09 2016) - Implant Could Connect Humans to Machines ...
CALIFORNIA - A tiny implant the size of a grain of sand has been created that can connect computers to the human body without the need for wires or batteries, opening up a host of futuristic possibilities. One of the inventors, Professor Michel Maharbiz, of University of California, Berkeley, said: "I think the long-term prospects for neural dust are not only within nerves and the brain, but much broader. Having access to in-body telemetry has never been possible because there has been no way to put something super-tiny super-deep [in the body]."

(Aug 05 2016) - Most Think Technology Developed Will Benefit the 1%
AMERICA - Upgrades are not just for software anymore. Humans are steadily gaining access to technologies that enhance our brains and bodies. But most Americans, says the Pew Research Center, see this as yet another way for the haves to get a leg up over the have-nots. Scientists are already working on synthetic blood substitutes to boost strength and endurance, brain implants to improve concentration and information processing, and gene splicing techniques that hack the human genome with surgical precision. Most of these techniques are designed to prevent debilitating diseases. Eventually, they will allow us to redesign our genetic inheritance.

(Aug 04 2016) - A Biotracker Implantable to Monitor Super Soldiers
SAN FRAN - The San Francisco-based outfit has been tapped by U.S. Department of Defense agencies to develop health-tracking systems for soldiers. The $7.5 million grant was awarded jointly by DARPA and the U.S. Army Research Office (ARO). Its implantable biosensors will be used to continuously monitor the body chemistry of soldiers, which they hope will contribute to the enhancement of mission efficiency. But Profusa's stated aim has more to do with health monitoring, and less to do with tin-foil hat surveillance.

(Aug 04 2016) - Hackers could get inside your BRAIN !!!
WASHINGTON - Cyberthieves might be mining personal information from your brainwaves at this very moment. And although this may sound like a plot from a science fiction film, it is a growing concern among researchers who have demanded officials implement a privacy and security framework to block hackers from reading our neural signals. Experts at the University of Washington have revealed how hackers could inserting images into dodgy apps and recording our brain's unintentional reaction using brain-computer interfaces.

(Jul 27 2016) - A 1/3 Say Microchip Implanted in Brain OKAY ???
AMERICA - Over one-third of Americans would not only accept a microchip implant in their brain, but would be "enthusiastic" about the receiving the device to 'enhance their thinking power.' Once the subject of dystopian science fiction novels, three emerging technologies served as a focal point for a new survey to glean the public's willingness to accept what many would call exceedingly invasive biomedical 'enhancements.' Pew Research Center surveyed 4,726 adults - 47 of whom additionally agreed to participate in focus groups ...

(Jul 26 2016) - Christians to Science: Leave Our Bodies How God Made Them
U.S.A. - Gene editing, brain chip implants, and synthetic blood may reduce the risk of disease, sharpen minds, and improve body strength. But messing around with nature in order to enhance humans isn't something many Americans are excited about. A new survey from the Pew Research Center asked approximately 4,700 adults what they thought of three potential medical procedures that could improve human life. For each, adults were more worried than enthusiastic.

(Jul 25 2016) - Ready to go cashless ?
THAILAND - The trend towards a cashless society is picking up steam as the government advances rapidly towards the use of electronic cash as part of its pursuit of a digital economy. However, legal experts have raised concerns about security, privacy, crime and computerisation -- issues that will crop up from giving the government, central bank and designated financial institutions absolute monetary control. The government is making it compulsory for all companies to enter the national e-payment system by 2019 to transform Thailand from a cash-based society to a cashless one.

(Jul 14 2016) - 68% of Europeans want to use biometric authentication
EUROPE - Over two thirds (68 percent) of consumers across Europe are interested in using biometrics when making a payment, especially when integrated with other security measures. According to new research from Visa, 73% see two-factor authentication as a secure way to confirm an account holder. Responses were collected from more than 14,000 European consumers in the UK, Sweden, Spain, France, Germany, Italy and Poland.

(Jul 11 2016) - It's Here! 'Mark of The Beast' Technology ...
AMERICA - According to a report on Healthcare Daily, Children's Health has begun offering patients an ingestible microchip and digital patch that can track whether or not an individual has taken his medicine and monitor diagnostics. The technology is eerily similar to something we Christians have been warning about for years, technology that involves an "implantable chip (or in this case a digestible chip)" known as "The Mark of the Beast." Revelation 13:7 "No one can buy or sell unless he has the mark, that is, the name of the beast or the number of its name." While this chip does not require one to "buy or sell" it is a step in that direction and furthers Satan's goal to microchip all.

(Jul 03 2016) - Scientists Create Mind-Reading Software ...
OREGON - Is it just me, or are there way too many ways scientists and government agencies are trying to read minds these days? In the article below, I suppose some "marginal level of comfort" can be derived from the statement saying that it was scientists from the University of Oregon who invented the new mind-reading system, however I stress the words "marginal comfort." Why ... ?

(Jul 01 2016) - All Israelis will have to join Biometric Database
ISRAEL - Interior Minister Arye Dery announced on Thursday that starting next year, joining the biometric database will be obligatory. "From now on anyone obtaining a document from the Interior Ministry, whether an ID card or a passport, will receive a biometric one. We've decided on having this database and we'll soon decide what will be included in it," Dery said at a ceremony marking the millionth person to join the biometric database, which was held at the new Population and Immigration Authority office in south Tel Aviv.

(Jun 29 2016) - Report: No more passwords in a decade
U.S.A. - TeleSign released a report that found that 69% of security professionals believe usernames and passwords alone no longer provide sufficient security and 72% predict passwords will be phased out within nine years. Beyond the Password: The Future of Account Security shows that security professionals are turning to behavioral biometrics and two-factor authentication to secure user accounts. Additional findings from the report include ...

(Jun 21 2016) - Goodbye, Password. Banks Opt to Scan Fingers & Faces Instead
U.S.A. - The banking password may be about to expire - forever. Some of the nation's largest banks, acknowledging that traditional passwords are either too cumbersome or no longer secure, are increasingly using fingerprints, facial scans and other types of biometrics to safeguard accounts. Millions of customers at Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo routinely use fingerprints to log into their bank accounts through their mobile phones. This feature, which some of the largest banks have introduced in the last few months, is enabling a huge share of American banking customers to verify their identities with biometrics. And millions more are expected to opt in as more phones incorporate fingerprint scans.

(Jun 08 2016) - Your Fingerprint Is About To Control Your Life
AMERICA - Biometrics - the use of unique human characteristics to identify an individual - and the Internet of Things are each furiously speeding toward the future, though not necessarily in lock step. If the two have one trait in common it is convenience. (1) Our networked IoT help us keep the house at the perfect temperature, advise us on utility usage and brew us a perfect cup of coffee. (2) Biometrics can allow us to access our smart appliances without the hassle of remembering user names or passwords.

(Jun 03 2016) - Why's there such a push for Mark Of The Beast Technology ???
WORLD - We always knew that it was coming. All over the world, govts & big corporations are pushing us toward a fundamentally different way of doing things. They insist that this new way will be more safe, more secure & more efficient. They're telling us that we should embrace new technology & be open to new ways of buying & selling. And they assure us that new methods of identification will not be intrusive & will simply allow them to crack down on criminals such as identity thieves, tax evaders & terrorists. But could it be possible that there is more going on here than we are being told? Could it be possible that we should actually be highly alarmed by this huge push for Mark of the Beast technology?

(May 28 2016) - Mind-reaching machine turning your secret thoughts into speech ???
CALIFORNIA - A mind-reaching machine that can translate thoughts into speech is coming closer to reality. The research has been ongoing for several years, and recently, scientists successfully managed to playback a word that someone is thinking by monitoring their brain activity. While there remains a long way to go, they say this could help victims of stroke and others with speech paralysis to communicate with their loved ones.

(May 24 2016) - NBC News; Someday We'll Microchip All Our Children
U.S.A. - Would you allow microchips to be surgically implanted in your children if that would keep them safer? This is already being done to pets on a widespread basis, and a shocking local NBC News report is promoting the idea that if it is good for our pets, then we should be doing it to our children as well. As you will see below, the report even puts a guilt trip on parents by asking them this question: How far would you go to keep your children secure?

(May 24 2016) - Google aims to kill passwords by the end of this year
U.S.A. - Google will begin testing an alternative to passwords next month, in a move that could do away with complicated logins for good. The new feature, introduced to developers at the companys I/O conference, is called the Trust API, and will initially be tested with several very large financial institutions in June, according to Googles Daniel Kaufman. Kaufman is the head of Googles Advanced Technology and Projects group, where the Trust API was first created under the codename Project Abacus.

(May 24 2016) - Google Patents The Mark Of The Beast ... WATCH ???
U.S.A. - The mark of the beast is truly coming about right before our very eyes. Google recently patented a device which is worse than the RFID chip and could easily be considered the actual Mark of the Beast called the Vampire Watch. What was quietly patented in 2014 by Google has only recently been revealed. It is a well-known fact that Google works hand in hand with the United States government, and it is no surprise that Google will play a major role in the downfall of mankind. Google is a wicked machine which seeks the destruction of freedom and the destruction of man.

(May 23 2016) - Cashless Britain advances as contactless & debit cards thrive
BRITAIN - Britain has passed another milestone on the path to a cashless society, with 2015 the first year that cash was used for fewer than half of all payments by consumers. Cash usage will be eclipsed by debit cards and contactless payments by 2021, according to Payments UK, which represents the major banks, building societies and payment providers. In 2015 cash made up 45.1% of payments, compared with 64% in 2005, and is expected to fall to just a quarter by 2025.

(May 19 2016) - The Shift To A Cashless Society Is Snowballing
WORLD - Love it or hate it, cash is playing an increasingly less important role in society. In some ways this is great news for consumers. The rise of mobile & electronic payments means faster, convenient & more efficient purchases in most instances. New technologies are being built & improved to facilitate these transactions & improving security is also a priority for many payment providers. However, as Visual Capitalist's Jeff Desjardins explains, there is also a darker side in the shift to a cashless society. Gov'ts and central banks have a different rationale behind the elimination of cash transactions, and as a result, the so-called war on cash is on.

(May 14 2016) - Brainjacking: the future of software security for neural implants
WORLD - In a new scientific review paper published in World Neurosurgery, a group of Oxford neurosurgeons and scientists round up a set of dire, terrifying warnings about the way that neural implants are vulnerable to networked attacks. Most of the article turns on deep brain stimulation devices, which can be used to stimulate or suppress activity in different parts of the brain, already used to treat some forms of mental illness, chronic pain and other disorders. The researchers round up a whole dystopia's worth of potential attacks on these implants, including tampering with the victim's reward system "to exert substantial control over a patient's behaviour" ...

(May 11 2016) - Think Cashless Society is So Great ? Think Again ...
U.S.A. - FACT ... Cash and economic freedom are inseparable, in fact freedom as a whole is inseparable. To move to a cashless society may appear to make life easier, but also means a loss of freedom thus opening the doors to digital Totalitarianism. So why do we still need to those pesky things called dollar bills ? Without cash, totalitarianism is the next thing that will follow once a society accepts a cashless society.

(May 10 2016) - Mastercard, Visa Say Head & Hand Scanning is the Future
WORLD - To keep transactions as secure as possible, the MasterCard is taking a multi-layered approach. We know about device identification, geo location, forensics and analytics on behaviors. So you take everything that we already have, and you add another layer on top of that which would be a biometric authentication. Say youre ready to buy something on a merchant website, and youve already signed up for your banks mobile biometric payments option. As a cardholder, thats just another tool that your bank would offer, that MasterCard facilitates, Reany says. You hit the pay button, and a message goes from the merchant through MasterCard to the bank.

(May 09 2016) - THE WAR ON CASH ... On All Notes Above $50 ???
U.S.A. - The war on cash continues. Former US Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers, who appears to be leading the global ground attack on cash, is out with an op-ed in the Financial Times commending the EU for their move to halt the production of 500EU notes. He is now calling for Switzerland to stop production of the 1,000 Swiss franc note ...

(May 06 2016) - Electronic devices that ... MELTS IN YOUR BRAIN
PENNSYLVANIA - Two implantable devices developed by American and Chinese researchers are designed to dissolve in the brain over time and may eliminate several current problems with implants. University of Pennsylvania researchers have developed an electrode and an electrode array, both made of layers of silicon and molybdenum that can measure physiological characteristics (like neuron signals) and dissolve at a known rate (determined by the materials thickness). The team used the device in anesthetized rats to record brain waves (EEGs) and induced epileptic spikes in intact live tissue.

(May 05 2016) - Thumbprint Scanner-Recorder Installed In School Cafeteria
ILLINOIS - I will tell you that many of the kids arent very good about keeping track of their ID cards, Goldberg said. And so moving to biometrics was felt to be sort of the next generation of that individual, unique ID. Well record their thumbprints, there will be thumbprint readers at all the cash registers, and theyll simply come by and bang hit their thumbprint. It makes it faster and, also, theres a lot less opportunity for any kind of misuse or fraud when theyre using biometrics.

(May 02 2016) - Inside the Secret "Get Rid of Cash" Meeting
NEW YORK - On a recent Monday in April, more than 100 executives from some of the worlds largest financial institutions gathered for a private meeting at the Times Square office of Nasdaq Inc. They werent there to just talk about blockchain, the new technology some predict will transform finance, but to build and experiment with the software. By the end of the day, they had seen something revolutionary: U.S. dollars transformed into pure digital assets, able to be used to execute and settle a trade instantly. Thats the promise of a blockchain, where the cumbersome and error-prone system that takes days to move money across town or around the world is replaced with almost instant certainty.

(Apr 29 2016) - Google patents smart vision IMPLANT for your eyeball
CALIFORNIA - Google Glass may not have been the perfect start for the search giant's move into eyewear, but now it has taken things a step further. A new patent reveals Google is developing a way to inject smart devices directly into the eyeball. The application reveals a smart vision correction system, complete with sensors and wireless communication capabilities, that would help focus light onto the eyes retina.

(Apr 22 2016) - People Are Merging with Their Smartphones
U.S.A. - Have you looked around lately? The zombie apocalypse is already here. It's as if people have merged with their smartphones, as if the device is now a part of their bodies like another hand or another foot. Reality is becoming a little less real by the day. Can you even imagine what it will be like when virtual reality hits the mainstream?

(Apr 18 2016) - Researchers can ID you by your Brain Waves
NEW YORK - A team of researchers at Binghamton University, led by Assistant Professor of Psychology Sarah Laszlo & Assistant Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering Zhanpeng Jin, recorded the brain activity of 50 people wearing an electroencephalogram headset while they looked at a series of 500 images designed specifically to elicit unique responses from person to person - e.g., a slice of pizza, a boat, Anne Hathaway, the word "conundrum." They found that participants' brains reacted differently to each image, enough that a computer system was able to identify each volunteer's "brainprint" with 100 percent accuracy.

(Apr 18 2016) - A Tattoo-Based Mobile Payment System May Be Coming
U.S.A. - Mobile payment systems have come a long way. First there was cash, and then checks. Cards stepped in next, and the cards migrated to phones, and now most recently we have wearable devices. There have been complaints about the wearables being too clunky to really be used, however, and thats leaving some users looking forward to the next platform: a mobile payment system built around a unique tattoo. The product of a partnership agreement between MC10, a healthcare firm, and a product solution design firm known as PCH, the end result will produce a set of wearable devices so thin and flexible that it can be applied directly to the skin.

(Apr 15 2016) - Turning hands and packages into displays
SUSSEX - Imagine using your hand as an interactive touch-screen display. Sounds like science fiction, but Nokia Research Centre and the European Research Council have funded a study, led by the University of Sussex, to develop such a device, which could be used as a display for the next generation of smartwatches and other smart devices. Called SkinHaptics, the device (still in the lab) sends ultrasonic pulses to your palm from the back of your hand, creating tactile sensations (similar to the iPhone 6s and Apple Watch 3D Touch feature, which senses the amount of pressure your finger applies to the screen and can trigger various actions).

(Apr 15 2016) - Super-thin electronic skin lights up on your hand
JAPAN - Imagine having a fitness tracker that doubles as a temporary tattoo. Or a monitoring device that doctors can paste straight onto an ailing organ. Or a watch so unobtrusive that it looks like it's built right into your wrist. These are all long-term possibilities for electronic skin (or e-skin) ultra-thin and ultra-stretchy material that can mimic the flexibility of human skin. New e-skin research is happening all the time, but today, researchers at the University of Tokyo are introducing a new method of turning it into an electronic display.

(Apr 13 2016) - Computers in your clothes? A milestone for wearable electronics
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Researchers who are working to develop wearable electronics have reached a milestone: They are able to embroider circuits into fabric with 0.1 mm precisionthe perfect size to integrate electronic components such as sensors and computer memory devices into clothing. With this advance, the Ohio State University researchers have taken the next step toward the design of functional textiles - clothes that gather, store, or transmit digital information. With further development, the technology could lead to shirts that act as antennas for your smart phone or tablet,

(Apr 10 2016) - How to identify people by the way they walk
CANADA - According to a recent report by CBC, Canadian research and development company ViTRAK is doing research to recognize people by their gait. The company currently has a federal government contract to supply its gait analysis system, Stepscan, to three Canadian hospitals. What were doing here is collecting data for a research project that were working on, said ViTRAKs Patrick Connor. And that is, were trying to identify people by the way they walk.

(Apr 08 2016) - Fingerprints to be tested as currency
JAPAN - Starting this summer, the gov't will test a system in which foreign tourists will be able to verify their identities & buy things at stores using only their fingerprints. The gov't hopes to increase the number of foreign tourists by using the system to prevent crime & relieve users from the necessity of carrying cash or credit cards. It aims to realize the system by the 2020 Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games. The experiment will have inbound tourists register their fingerprints & other data, such as credit card information, at airports and elsewhere.

(Apr 06 2016) - Cash Banned, Freedom Gone
WORLD - Some politicians want to ban cash, arguing that cash is helping criminals. The first steps in that direction are the withdrawal of big denomination notes and the limits imposed on cash payments. Proponents of a ban on cash claim that this will help fight criminal transactions involved in money laundering, terrorism, and tax evasion. These promises of salvation are used to get the general public to agree to a society without cash. But there is no convincing proof for the claim that the world without cash will be a better one.

(Apr 05 2016) - Would you swallow a data-tracking SMART pill ???
AMERICA - Big Pharma is spending like never before to make sure patients take their drugs. Investors recently committed $172 million for SMART PILLS being developed jointly by Proteus Digital Health and Otsuka Pharmaceuticals. After a pill is swallowed, a microscopic device within the pill relays health data to a patch worn by the patient, then to a smartphone, and then (if the patient wishes) to doctors and/or pharmaceutical companies.

(Apr 01 2016) - Biometrics in banking on verge of become mainstream
AMERICA - According to a recent Mobey Forum survey, the use of biometrics in banking and payment systems is on the verge of becoming mainstream. The survey notes that major technological advances and economies of scale have enabled biometrics to gain strong momentum as a secure authentication factor to verify a customers identity in the areas of mobile banking and payment. The report argues that over the last two decades, the technology has steadily proven its credibility in this market, attracting the strong interest of a number of global business players.

(Mar 29 2016) - How Implantable Brain Chips could change Medicine
U.S.A. - In the future, taking a pill to treat a headache may seem like a low-tech solution. Scientists have built an implantable brain chip that regulates the amount of dopamine in mice using an electrical impulse, a process that could one day be used to treat human patients suffering from various disorders, IEEE Spectrum reports. When dopamine levels fall below a specific level, the chip sends an electrical impulse to neurons that causes them to release more. The device works essentially the same way a thermostat automatically monitors and controls temperature in a room.

(Mar 24 2016) - Education of the future ???
CALIFORNIA - In a breakthrough which promises new technology like that from The Matrix, researchers at HRL Laboratories have developed a programme which they say can upload new skills and knowledge directly to your brain. The California-based institution analysed electrical signals in the brain of a pilot and fed the data to people who didnt have the knowledge to fly planes via electrode-embedded head caps which stimulated the correct regions of the brain.

(Mar 21 2016) - The U.N. is Now Chipping Refugees
U.N. - After the heavy corporate and three-letter agency integration of Fitbit data and smartphone ping data with almost everyone whos anyone in todays society, one can only guess the next major step for public health integration is in fact human RFID implantation - and it looks as if the United Nations is now leading the way by pushing toward a global database under the orders of world bankers. In 2002 the the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) approved the usage of advanced technologies such as iris recognition and microchips to identify refugees in Afghanistan and other regions in what some would call an Orwellion push for the eventual full-scale implementation of human RFID chipping.

(Mar 15 2016) - Pay with a WINK ???
U.S.A. - Forget 1-Click ordering, buying goods on Amazon could soon be made in the blink of an eye, literally. The retail giant has been awarded a patent that would allow users to verify online payments by winking at a phone or tablet's front-facing camera. It takes the facial recognition already seen in a range of devices to the next level, to avoid people trying to use photos or similar to bypass the biometric technology.

(Mar 10 2016) - Martial Law of the Mind ...
U.S.A. - Predictive technologies are the future police force. The biotech industry is ushering in a time when thoughts are actually crimes, freedom does not exist, and humans are wirelessly connected to the internet. This plan concocted by the NEW WORLD ORDER, will soon be a reality. There is no compromise or conspiracy, DARPA agencies are readily working on BCI (brain-computer interfaces) that will radically change the battle field. Many misunderstood the dangers of Jade Helm 15 because the purpose of the martial law drill was covert and hidden.

(Mar 08 2016) - The Church Collection Plate Goes Digital
AMERICA - Although churches are saying a collective hallelujah that a new generation of devotees is filling pews, a youthful congregation has its limitations. Twentysomethings might find religion, but not a lot of them have found that six-figure job. They dont carry cashand what, exactly, is a personal check? Still, about a quarter of them use mobile payment apps such as PayPal and Venmo regularly, according to a recent Accenture survey.

(Mar 05 2016) - Google piloting payment app that uses face biometrics
SAN FRANSISCO - Google is piloting a new payment app in San Francisco called Hands Free that uses face biometrics for authentication. The new system is available on Android and iOS devices and uses face biometrics and your phones location as two identifying factors to verify its you making the purchase. Hands Free is currently available in San Franciscos South Bay area at participating McDonalds and Papa Johns locations, as well other local restaurants and cafes. There is a complete list of all participating establishments within the Hands Free app.

(Mar 03 2016) - You can now upload knowledge directly into your brain
CALIFORNIA - Researchers from the Hughes Research Laboratories, based in California, have announced a way of speeding up leaning; similar to what was portrayed in the Matrix movie some 17 years ago. The researchers described a simulator they have developed, which can feed information directly into peoples brain and teach them new skills in a shorter amount of time. This new process will be far faster than the conventional life imitating art. The process will guide the first step in developing advanced software, making Matrix-style learning a reality.

(Mar 02 2016) - RFID IN OUR STORES, IN OUR ANIMALS, AND NOW IN OUR EMPLOYEES, NEXT IN OUR KIDS AND OLD PEOPLE AND THEN ???
AMERICA - The RFID tagging of these items is quite shocking from a consumer privacy standpoint, since the RFID industry has been telling lawmakers & the press that they're interested in only "supply side" inventory tracking on crates & pallets. They have claimed that item-level tagging of consumer goods is not feasible for the near term, thus there is no need to worry about its consumer privacy implications. Over 40 consumer groups (including CASPIAN) came out against item-level RFID tagging of consumer goods in a position statement issued last November. Since that time, the RFID industry has carefully kept any item-level tagging far from public view.

(Feb 26 2016) - New surgical microchips the key to the future
SWEDEN - Imagine a world where people can enter buildings and turn on machines using a tiny microchip in their hands. Well, that future - at least for Sweden - isnt too far out. A few office workers in Sweden are being injected with a microchip the size of a grain of rice that will open doors, turn on machines and serve as a business card, according to Q13 Fox. The Swedish company plans to eventually have the chip allow workers to pay for their meals at the office caf as well. Epicenter is a high-tech office complex in Sweden. The point of this product is to test the efficiency of the technology.

(Feb 19 2016) - NKU student wants to be first with chip implanted
KENTUCKY - A growing tech trend takes personal computing to its highest level. It's gone from "hands-on" to "hands-in." More and more people are "bio-hacking" their bodies with implanted computer chips that can perform a wide range of tasks. Garrett Frey is already an accomplished entrepreneur and other than that seems like a pretty typical 21-year-old college student. Until you look more closely. "It's right here in my left hand. You can see it and feel it if you touch it," he said.

(Feb 19 2016) - Cashless society drumbeat for Mark of the Beast
FLORIDA -- If a popular Christian radio program host is correct, central banks are paving the way in 2016 for a tyrannical global regime ruled by the Antichrist. Rick Wiles, host of TRUNEWS, denounced international banksters who are scheming to eliminate cash under the guise of fighting tax evasion and illegal drugs. Wiles claims there is a coordinated propaganda operation underway to psychologically condition the public in Western nations that eliminating cash is in their best interests.

(Feb 16 2016) - SKYNET may be killing thousands of innocent people
BIG BROTHER -- In 2014, the former director of both the CIA and NSA proclaimed that "we kill people based on metadata." Now, a new examination of previously published Snowden documents suggests that many of those people may have been innocent. Last year, The Intercept published documents detailing the NSA's SKYNET programme. According to the documents, SKYNET engages in mass surveillance of Pakistan's mobile phone network, and then uses a machine learning algorithm on the cellular network metadata of 55 million people to try and rate each person's likelihood of being a terrorist.

(Feb 14 2016) - Scientists can make a mini thinking version of a brain ???
WASH D.C. -- Tiny, rolling balls of brain cells knocking around in a lab may one day help keep you from losing your marbles - among other things. The small cellular balls act like mini-brains, mimicking aspects of the real thing, including forming noggin-like structures and pulsing with electrical signals like a thinking mind, researchers reported Friday at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in Washington. The mini-brains, which can be personalized based on whose cells theyre made from, may soon help scientists study a wide variety of diseases and health problems ...

(Feb 08 2017) - Implantable device translates thought into action for people ...
AUSTRALIA -- Researchers in Australia have built an implantable brain-machine interface (BMI) that may give people with spinal cord injuries the ability to walk again using the power of their own thoughts. Consisting of a stent-based electrode, known as a "stentrode", implanted within a blood vessel of a patient's brain, along with a power supply and transmitter inserted under the skin in front of the shoulder, the new system creates a minimally invasive BMI that is capable of translating thoughts into action.

(Jan 31 2016) - Google's PO Box Number in Bermuda ... is 666
BERMUDA -- Google has no office, no staff and little more than a plain PO Box numbered 666 on the sunny Caribbean Island of Bermuda. But it still sends $8billion in profits a year to the island which happens to have a 0 per cent corporation tax rate. Googles communications chief Peter Barron today insisted the billions of dollars funnelled from the search engines global network of subsidiaries had no impact on the firms tax bill in Britain.

(Jan 29 2016) - Company Developing Tech Tattoos ...
NEW YORK -- Could we soon be carrying all of our medical and financial information on a tattoo? Software company Chaotic Moon has developed a tech tattoo that gets embedded into a persons arm & can track a persons financial & medical info. Eric Schneider, the companys hardware creative technologist, explained the tattoo can monitor if a person is about to get sick. Rather than going to the doctor once a year for your physical, this tech tattoo can be something you put on your body once a year and it monitors everything that they would do in a physical and it sends that to your doctor, and if theres an issue they can call you, Schneider said.

(Jan 28 2016) - ARRESTING AMERICANS REFUSING MICROCHIP ...
AMERICA -- In the virtual realm, software programs are now capable of watching us in real time, going so far as to make predictions about our future behaviors and sending alerts to the appropriate monitoring station depending on how a computer algorithm flags your activities. That is in and of itself a scary proposition. What may be even scarier, however, is whats happening in the physical realm. According to researches working on human-embedded microchips its only a matter of time before these systems achieve widespread acceptance. Chances are ... youre carrying a couple of RFID microchips now !!!

(Jan 27 2016) - The War on Cash: A Country by Country Guide
WORLD -- Corbett Reporteers will be no stranger to the war on cash. Ive made videos discussing it, conducted interviews about it, written articles examining it and dissected it on the radio. The war has been waged through mainstream propaganda outlets, TV advertisements and even childrens games. Weve heard cash is dirtied by drug dealing, tarnished by terrorism, tainted by tax evasion (heaven forbid!) and just plain dirty. Not to mention sooooo outdated.

(Jan 23 2016) - Robots could soon read your mind ... and ...
BIG BROTHER -- Robots could soon be able to read your mind - and we won't be able to stop them because there are no laws against it, experts claim. If expert predictions come true, by 2030 smartphones, tablets and computers will be able to examine our brain activity to see what we are thinking. Initially this will be used for security as a kind of 'pass thought' - the user thinks of a specific song or thought which the device recognises and then unlocks itself. But a panel at the World Economic Forum, in Davos, warned of the terrifying possibility of hackers reading people's innermost thoughts.

(Jan 22 2016) - U.S. customs using facial recognition at JFK
NEW YORK -- U.S. citizens and some first-time Visa Waiver Program travelers coming into John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York may have their photo automatically checked against the photo stored on their electronic passport using facial recognition. The new security procedure adds one step to existing processes ... the images taken will be deleted unless Customs officials determine that further administrative or enforcement actions are necessary.

(Jan 22 2016) - Norways largest bank calls for total end to cash
NORWAY -- Norways largest bank, DNB, has said that cash has fallen out of favour with everyday Norwegians & is instead primarily used on the black market & in laundering schemes. Today, there is approximately 50 billion kroner in circulation & Norges Bank can only account for 40% of its use. That means that 60% of money usage is outside of any control. We believe that is due to under-the-table money & laundering, bank executive Trond Bentestuen told VG. "There are so many dangers & disadvantages associated with cash, we have concluded that it should be phased out," he added.

(Jan 21 2016) - Cashless Society War Intensifies During Global Epocalypse
WORLD -- In the fall of 2015, the world descended into an economic apocalypse that will transform the globe into a single cashless society. This bold prediction is based on trends in nations all over the earth as shown in the article below. As we enter 2016, we are only beginning to see this Epocalypse form through the fog of war. The war Im talking about is the world war waged furiously by central banks against the Great Recession as the governments they supposedly serve fiddled while their capital burned.

(Jan 20 2016) - Will Biometrics Kill The Password ???
AMERICA -- Welcome to the new password: you. Your face, iris pattern, voice, veins, fingerprints, palms, heartbeat, brainwave patterns and other body parts are being used increasingly at the expense of the traditional password which has always been so vulnerable to being lost, stolen or forgotten. Even body odor is said to be distinct enough to tell us all apart ... although the traditional password may be on 'death row', it clearly isnt likely to go six feet under overnight. However, it cannot be denied that the writing is on the wall for all such identification methods that involve memory or character storage. The debate has been reduced to when, not if passwords will eventually die off.

(Jan 20 2016) - Scotts considering facial recognition to "ID" troublemakers
BIG BROTHER -- The Scottish Professional Football League has asked the gov't for financial support to introduce facial recognition technology to identify troublemakers in stadiums next season. The goal in implementing the technology is to ID those guilty of violence, offensive singing, using pyrotechnics & exhibiting any other prohibited behaviour. One proposal would see the creation of a database of fans who should be banned from stadiums across the country. If someone who is banned should try to enter a stadium, the club would be notified and have to ensure blacklisted fans were unable to gain access to matches. Sports fans & privacy advocates have concerns.

(Jan 19 2016) - Bridging the Bio-Electronic Divide
DARPA -- A new DARPA program aims to develop an implantable neural interface able to provide unprecedented signal resolution and data-transfer bandwidth between the human brain and the digital world. The interface would serve as a translator, converting between the electrochemical language used by neurons in the brain and the ones and zeros that constitute the language of information technology. The goal is to achieve this communications link in a biocompatible device no larger than one cubic centimeter in size, roughly the volume of two nickels stacked back to back. The program, Neural Engineering System Design (NESD), stands to dramatically enhance research capabilities in neurotechnology and provide a foundation for new therapies ... {they say}.

(Jan 18 2016) - This chip will "Monitor Your Brain" & Dissolve later
ILLINOIS -- Well folks, we've finally arrived at the long-anticipated future of brain-implantable chips. How many hundreds of science fiction novels have led us to this moment? No matter: the chips are here, and we're getting a good look at 'em today thanks to a study just out in Nature. Now, before you start panicking about gov't mind control, know that these chips were built with a benevolent purpose: {... right} helping doctors to monitor patients who recently suffered traumatic brain injury or underwent brain surgery.

(Jan 17 2016) - The Mark Of The Beast : Mandatory By 2017 ???
AMERICA -- Is the RFID chip the Mark of the beast ? What is the connection to the number 666 ? Will the RFID Microchip Implant be mandatory by 2017 ? NBC has predicted that in 2017, all of America will be tagged with microchips. They will be implanted to help identify individuals immediately. According to the report, the technology is used to answer one question, Am I who I say I am? Some worry, however, that the RFID Microchip will give the government too much power, allowing them to track every move. In some states, like Virginia, legislation is in process to stop this from happening.

(Jan 15 2016) - The REAL-ID Act and entry to Federal facilities
DHS -- Now that the DHS has postponed its self-imposed (and legally baseless) deadline for domestic air travelers to have ID that complies with the REAL-ID Act until at least 2020, the only threat left in the Federal arsenal to intimidate state governments into compliance with the REAL-ID Act any sooner than 2020 is the threat to bar residents of noncompliant states from access to some (but not most) Federal facilities, for some (but not most) purposes, in some (but not most) circumstances.

(Jan 15 2016) - The Final Phase of REAL ID Act and Implementation
DHS -- "Today I announce the schedule for the final phase of implementation of the REAL ID Act. Bottom line up front: Effective Jan 22, 2018, air travelers with a drivers license or identification card issued by a state that does not meet the requirements of the REAL ID Act (unless that state has been granted an extension to comply with the Act) must present an alternative form of identification acceptable to the TSA in order to board a commercial domestic flight. Over the next 2 years, those states that are not REAL ID compliant are strongly encouraged to meet the requirements of the law for the benefit of their residents."

(Jan 15 2016) - Real ID Act Blocks Some Visitors From Fort Bragg
FORT BRAGG -- Visitors to Fort Bragg will no longer be allowed entry onto the base using some drivers licenses. The military post has begun to enforce the REAL ID Act, which was signed into law several years ago after the 9-11 terror attacks, to help identify fake identification. Other bases will do the same. The new cards will have an embedded chip to prevent obtainment from terrorists who use licenses to avoid detection.

(Jan 15 2016) - Man uses microchip implanted in hand to pass through airport security
STOCKHOLM -- A man who implanted a microchip containing his airline booking details into his hand was able to use it to pass effortlessly through security to his flight. Andreas Sjstrm, vice president of digital for technology consulting company Sogeti, had the near-field communication chip (NFC) about the size of a grain of rice injected into his hand with a syringe, before using it at Stockholm Arlanda Airport to pass through security and board his plane ... The microchip came from an American company called DANGEROUS THINGS, which is located in the greater Seattle area.

(Jan 15 2016) - Matchstick-size implant ... answer to serious overdose problem ???
NEW JERSEY -- An implant that delivers a medication continuously for six months could help address some of the toughest challenges with managing drug addiction. The implants, an inch long and the width of a matchstick, carry a drug called buprenorphine, which scientists hope can help wean people off addiction. Buprenorphine is an opioid that appears to work by activating the receptors in the brain that respond to opiates like prescription pain medications or heroin.

(Jan 15 2016) - Facebooks DeepFace AI can recognize you in nearly any photo
BIG BROTHER -- The more time goes by the more obvious it becomes that Minority Report was as good at predicting the future as the psychics it featured. Not only are we now waving our hands around to control games, but soon we may have to remove our own eyeballs to prevent computers from recognizing our faces. Facebook is boasting that its DeepFace AI system is now powerful enough to spot users in the 400 million photos uploaded to the social network every single day. Sci-fi paranoia aside, Facebook claims the program, which has been learning for years, is actually for increasing privacy.

(Jan 14 2016) - California Hospital is first to prescribe Ingestible Sensors
REDWOOD CITY, CA. -- California-based Proteus Digital Health announced its first US healthcare provider customer, Barton Health, which will prescribe the companys Proteus Discover to patients. The company says this is the first time its technology has been implemented outside of a clinical trial setting in the US. Barton Health, a health system in Lake Tahoe, California, will use the medication adherence platform, which includes Proteuss FDA-cleared ingestible sensor, in populations with uncontrolled and co-morbid hypertension.

(Jan 11 2016) - Artificial Intelligence Is Now a Part of Everyday Life
U.S.A. -- Artificial intelligence made significant leaps and bounds last year, including refined facial recognition software, hyper-specific mapping technology and experimental devices. Artificial intelligence (AI) is changing the way we interact with technology and the world around us, and we can expect to see even more this year. Weve reached a point in history when science fiction is turning into science fact: machines now can learn like humans. That technology is referred to as deep learning.

(Jan 05 2016) - Body Hackers & Bioengineers - Making a Hub of Implantable Electronics
TEXAS -- Ryan Mills snaps black surgical gloves on his hands and plucks a syringe off a paper-shrouded tray. Its 10-gauge needle gleams under the fluorescent lights. Hidden inside the tip is a half-inch long electronic implant. Mills prepares for the procedure with professional quickness and ease that come with experience. He's done more than 50 implants in 2015, here at the Skin Art Gallery tattoo parlor in Addison.

(Jan 02 2016) - The Cashless Society Cometh ...
SWEDEN -- Did you know that 95% of all retail sales in Sweden are cashless ? And did you know that the gov't of Denmark has a stated goal of eradicating cash by the year 2030? All over the world, we are seeing a relentless march toward a cashless society, and nowhere is this more true than in northern Europe. In Sweden, hundreds of bank branches no longer accept or dispense cash, and thousands of ATM machines have been permanently removed. At this point, bills and coins only account for just 2% of the Swedish economy, and many stores no longer take cash at all.

(Dec 29 2015) - Video game companies are collecting massive data about you
BIG BROTHER -- For many of us unwrapping new video game systems this holiday season, the terms and conditions will be a vague memory between taking the console out of the box and finally getting to play Fallout 4. But with more and more video game companies collecting ever greater amounts of data about their customers, privacy advocates are starting to warn about risks to gamers personal privacy as well as the dangers in normalizing surveillance.

(Dec 28 2015) - Google is tracking students, privacy advocates warn
BIG BROTHER -- In public classrooms across the country, the corporate name that is fast becoming as common as pencils and erasers is Google. More than half of K-12 laptops or tablets purchased by U.S. schools in the third quarter were Chromebooks, cheap laptops that run Google software. Beyond its famed Web search, the company freely offers word processing and other software to schools. In total, Google programs are used by more than 50 million students and teachers around the world, the company says.

(Dec 23 2015) - In 20 yrs, every item will have a chip implanted in it
WORLD -- The hype around the Internet of Things has been rising steadily over the past five years. In tech analyst Gartner's Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies report in 2015, the IoT is at the peak of "inflated expectations", particularly for areas like the smart home, which involve controlling your lights, thermostat or TV using your mobile phone. But the era of sensors has only just dawned, according to renowned technology investor and internet pioneer Marc Andreessen. In 10 years, he predicts mobile phones themselves could disappear.

(Dec 23 2015) - Denmark Pushes Forward with Cashless Payments
DENMARK -- Sweden is not the only country interested in eradicating cash. Its neighbor, Denmark, is also making great strides to lessen the circulation of banknotes in the country. Two decades ago, roughly 80% of Danish citizens relied on hard cash while shopping. Fast forward to today, that figure has dropped dramatically to 25%. Were interested in getting rid of cash, said Matas IT Director Thomas Grane. The handling, security and everything else is expensive; so, definitely we want to push digital payments, and thats of course why we introduced mobile payments to help this process.

(Dec 22 2015) - DNA bringing us closer to cognitive engineering
LONDON -- The hundreds of genes which are responsible for intelligence have been identified, opening the door to the possibility of improving people's intellect. Scientists have mapped these genes on human DNA for the first time, and believe that with more research they may be able to manipulate them. The researchers found that the genes are likely to be controllable all at once. They suggest this means they may be able to modify the genes to increase someone's cognitive function, and it will also help with research to find new treatments for neurological diseases.

(Dec 21 2015) - Human Memory Implants to be Tested Soon
CALIFORNIA -- A new human memory prosthesis will be tested next year could not only restore long-term recall but may eventually be used to upload new skills and memories directly to the brain according to researcher Theodore (Ted) Berger. The first trials will be undertaken on patients with epilepsy. Seizures can sometimes damage the hippocampus, causing the brain to be unable to form long-term memories. To repair this functionality, Berger, a biomedical engineer and a developer of neuro-prosthesis technology models, will use brain implants to try to replace damaged or dysfunctional nerve tissue.

(Dec 21 2015) - This Is the Anti-Christs Military of the Future
U.S.A. -- I did not sleep particularly well last night. I interviewed Pastor Billy Crone on The Common Sense Show. I considered myself to be knowledgeable on the topic of drone and robotic technology until I interviewed Pastor Crone. His revelations left the staff of my show in absolute shock. Why would a pastor become concerned about drone technology? Simple, this is end times, Mark of the Beast, human enslaving technology.

(Dec 21 2015) - Surveillance cameras can track multiple people ...
BIG BROTHER -- The majority of existing pedestrian trackers concentrate on maintaining the identities of targets, however systems for remote biometric analysis or activity recognition in surveillance video often require stable bounding-boxes around pedestrians rather than approximate locations. Below are two excerpts from Active Vision lab's report, titled Stable multi-target tracking in real-time surveillance video ...

(Dec 12 2015) - Scientists Develop Algorithm that can teach Machines to Learn
NEW YORK -- Artificial Intelligence researchers at the New York University, University of Toronto in Canada and MIT reported Thursday that theyve developed an algorithm that captures the human-level learning abilities allowing machines to surpass humans for a narrow set of vision-related tasks. The New York Times reported Thursday that the scientific article published in the journal Science is noteworthy because machine-vision technology is becoming more common, from video games to roads courtesy of self-driving cars, e.g. Google self-driving car that can detect pedestrians.

(Dec 11 2015) - U.S. starts collecting biometrics at the Otay Mesa border crossing
CALIFORNIA -- U.S. Customs and Border Protection began a pilot program collecting facial photographs and iris images of foreigners entering & departing the U.S. from the Otay Mesa, California land border port-of-entry. CBP began scanning foreigners entering on foot at San Diegos Otay Mesa port of entry on Thursday. Next February, it will start collecting the same info on foreigners exiting into Mexico through the checkpoint. The pilot runs through to June 2016. To record the data, CBP has installed 6 new kiosks with the ability to read irises & record facial characteristics, a process that takes a matter of seconds.

(Dec 10 2015) - Mapping the brain ...
ANN ARBOR -- With the help of light-emitting diodes as small as neurons, University of Michigan researchers are unlocking the secrets of neural pathways in the brain. The researchers have built and tested in mice neural probes that hold what are believed to be the smallest implantable LEDs ever made. The new probes can control and record the activity of many individual neurons, measuring how changes in the activity of a single neuron can affect its neighbors. The team anticipates that experiments using probes based on their design could lead to breakthroughs in understanding and treating neurological diseases such as Alzheimer's.

(Dec 07 2015) - Is the Future of Music a Chip in Your Brain ???
WORLD -- THE YEAR IS 2040, and as you wait for a drone to deliver your pizza, you decide to throw on some tunes. Once a commodity bought and sold in stores, music is now an omnipresent utility invoked via spoken - word commands. In response to a simple play, an algorithmic DJ opens a blended set of songs, incorporating information about your location, your recent activities and your historical preferences - complemented by biofeedback from your implanted SmartChip.

(Dec 01 2015) - New Computer System will be 'like an Angel' ... called Gabriel ???
PITTSBURGH -- Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University are building a computer system called Gabriel that, like the angel that is its namesake, will seemingly look over a person's shoulder & whisper instructions for tasks as varied as repairing industrial equipment, resuscitating a patient or assembling IKEA furniture. The National Science Foundation has awarded CMU a four-year, $2.8 million grant to further develop the wearable cognitive assistance system. Gabriel uses a wearable vision system, such as Google Glass & taps into the ubiquitous power of cloud computing via a CMU innovation called a "cloudlet."

(Nov 26 2015) - Biometric Tattoos are next step towards the 'Mark Of The Beast'
TEXAS -- The future of wearables could be inked on your skin. Chaotic Moon, a software design and development firm based in Austin, Texas, is developing a high-tech biometric tattoos made of components and conductive paint to create circuitry to basically turn you into a cyborg collect health and other biometric data from your body. Chaotic Moons tattoo kit is in the nascent prototype stage right now, but CEO Ben Lamm told me it will be able to collect and upload health and informational data, much like Jawbone or the Apple Watch and send it to medical staff or maybe even the military.

(Nov 24 2015) - The Drug Lords of Tomorrow Will Be Biohackers
WORLD -- Through various sources - mainly transhumanist biohacker friends - I've been hearing about how some drug traffickers might be taking an interest in cranial implant technology. If scientists can get a brain implant to give neural stimuli that affects our perspectives, moods, and behaviors, then the future of drugs could be totally different than what it is now. In fact, in such a future, drug creation would become the domain of engineers and coders. This could become the next major frontier of the so-called drug market.

(Nov 17 2015) - US gov't is working on making 'IMPLANTABLE' memory chips ...
U.S.A. -- If work being backed by the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) goes according to plan, we one day will be able to implant chips into our brains that will make sure we never forget anything (... or the gov't). And although this sounds like science fictionperhaps a movie starring Keanu Reeves from the 90sits quickly becoming a reality. Scientists have already tested out implants in people suffering from brain injuries to improve their memory, the defense agency announced at a conference in September.

(Nov 13 2015) - Biometrics to be collected at Otay Mesa border crossing
CALIFORNIA BORDER -- The U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has posted an official notice that it will soon conduct a test to collect biometric info at the Otay Mesa, California land border port-of-entry from certain aliens entering & departing the U.S. The move comes a few months after the U.S. CBP announced it would launch a biometric border entry and exit control pilot program at Otay Mesa, San Diego in an effort to identify & apprehend foreigners with expired visas who are have surpassed their permitted duration. The notice states that the pilot program will begin no earlier than Dec 7, 2015 & will end on or before June 30, 2016.

(Nov 13 2015) - Cambodia testing biometric voter registration system
CAMBODIA -- Cambodias National Election Committee announced that its testing of a new biometric voter registration system is running smoothly, having already registered more than 14,000 people across 24 provinces in a week and a half, according to a report by The Phnom Penh Post. The move comes a month after Cambodias National Election Committee (NEC) announced it will begin piloting biometric voter registration in each of the provinces on November 1 in advance of the countrys national registration next year,

(Nov 09 2015) - Corporates Take Their First Steps Into Biometric Banking
U.S.A. -- Anyone doing business with a bank demands security. But in corporate banking, the stakes are often higher, with multimillion dollar transactions that financial institutions need to keep safe. At Wells Fargo, corporate users of its Commercial Electronic Office (CEO) platform for mobile have a lot to handle when it comes to authentication: multiple passwords that change every 60 days, hard tokens, pins and thats just for one bank.

(Nov 01 2015) - UN plans universal 'Biometric ID' for all Humanity by 2030
U.N. -- Previously, I have written about the 17 new Global Goals that the UN launched at the end of September. Even after writing several articles about these new Global Goals, I still dont think that most of my readers really grasp how insidious they actually are. This new agenda truly is a template for a NEW WORLD ORDER, and if you dig into the sub-points for these new Global Goals you find some very alarming things.

(Oct 29 2015) - Biometric banking is booming
U.S.A. -- Biometrics is growing so quickly an industry group called the FIDO Alliance, which stands for Fast Identity Online, formed to push dumping old-school text passwords in order to create standards for these new high-tech logins. While it may sound creepy to send your biometric information, FIDO calls for the user credentials never to leave the users device. So its actually on the device itself that way its under your control and not off in the cloud somewhere that can be hacked into and taken away, said Mozer.

(Oct 29 2015) - Pay By Swiping Your Right Hand Starting In 2016
WORLD -- It looks like the ability to leave your wallet at home, but still carry what you need to pay for stuff will be here sooner than expected. In my opinion, this is the next step before the push to implant the chips in the hand or forehead. These bracelets are already available for pre-order via their website, and apparently MasterCard is in on this new venture. Once released, the bracelet will cost $49 and have a $4.99 per month membership fee associated with it. MasterCard is currently developing the technology so that it can be worn in glasses, clothes, and jewelry.

(Oct 28 2015) - Sweden gets closer to being the first cashless society ...
SWEDEN -- Sweden is shaping up to be the first country to plunge its citizens into a fascinating and terrifying economic experiment: negative interest rates in a cashless society. The Swedish central bank, the Sveriges Riksbank, on Wednesday held its benchmark interest rate at -0.35%, the level it has been at since July. Though retail banks have yet to pass that negative rate on to Swedish consumers, they face increased pressure to do so as long as the rates remain where they are. That's a problem, because ...

(Oct 26 2015) - Obama signs Executive Order forcing govt use of EMV Credit Cards
WASH D.C. -- As more and more information comes in, the more Im convinced that were being rushed along the path to the Mark of The Beast. Just TWO DAYS AFTER THE EMV CHANGEOVER, Obama signed an Executive Order that forces all government agencies to only use cards equipped with the EMV chip. As if Obamas latest Executive Order wasnt enough, there are three major players that are trying to get some skin in the EMV game. The following three companies are three of the biggest debit and credit card processors in the world.

(Oct 26 2015) - No Bank Card Required: Citigroup Testing Eye-Scanning ATM
OHIO -- No card reader, no PIN pad, no touch-screen display how you bank at your ATM could drastically change in the not-so-distant future. Citigroup is testing an automated teller machine made by Canton, Ohio-based Diebold that relies on your smartphone and perhaps an eye scan to dispense your cash ... Diebold also unveiled a second futuristic banking concept on Monday that it calls "Janus." It's a dual-sided terminal that can serve two customers at the same time for in-branch customer service.

(Oct 22 2015) - Visa Already Testing EMV Biometrics In Africa
AFRICA -- Just the other day I told you about MasterCard and Wells Fargo Bank wanting to add biometrics to EMV technology worldwide (BEAST SYSTEM UPDATE: Biometrics Being Added To Credit Cards For Security), but it appears Visa has already begun testing the new technology in Africa. Apparently they began testing September 15, 2015 exactly one month before the EMV credit card changeover here in the U.S. Now might be a good time to start looking into living off of the grid if you havent already done so.

(Oct 20 2015) - These Crazy Biometrics Are Now in Your Car
FRANCE -- Faurecia has developed what it calls "Active Wellness Seat Technology," where medical-grade-sensors previously found in hospitals to monitor patients are embedded into the driver's seat. These sensors record things like your heart rate and respiration, and they use an algorithm can even determine your mood. If a driver is stressed, the seat could respond accordingly with a relaxing massage. In the event of a crash, these sensors in the car could actually send up-to-the minute information about your vitals to first responders, which could help save lives.

(Oct 14 2015) - Scientists claim they can change your belief on immigrants & God
BRITAIN -- A bizarre experiment claims to be able to make Christians no longer believe in God and make Britons open their arms to migrants in experiments some may find a threat to their values. Scientists looked at how the brain resolves abstract ideological problems. Using a technique called transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), researchers safely shut down certain groups of neurones in the brains of volunteers ... Researchers found the technique radically altered religious perceptions and prejudice.

(Oct 12 2015) - GREECE IS IN SHOCK !!!
GREECE -- A shock-measure: civil servants and pensioners will be subject to stricter capital controls than the rest of the Greeks. They will be able to withdraw only 150 per week with the cash withdrawal cap being 420 per week that is a total of 600 per month. The rest of their wage or pension they will have to spend by using debit or credit card. The news fell like a bombshell on Saturday evening and spoiled the weekend of millions of Greeks. It will probably spoil the rest of their lives too.

(Oct 06 2015) - Are you ready for 'The New Beast System' roll out ?
U.S.A. -- In a week, the credit card companies will roll out what I believe to be a predecessor to The Mark of The Beast. About a year ago I read an article that warned about this coming technology, and Ive been following the technology ever since. The article mentioned an overhaul of the current credit card system, in order to help prevent fraud. On October 15, 2015 all credit card processors will be required to upgrade their machines to accept cards containing RFID chips, in addition to the strips.

(Oct 05 2015) - Mastercard rolling out facial & fingerprint recognition
WORLD -- Mastercard is rolling out MasterCard Identity Check, the credit card firms new payments system that enables consumers to make online purchases using facial or fingerprint recognition technologies, according to a report by The Telegraph. The move comes a few months after Mastercard said it would launch a small pilot program this fall which would allow select consumers to place a finger on the scanner of their smartphone, or blink into their smartphones camera to verify their identity to complete online purchases. Mastercard said the system could potentially eliminate the need for consumers to remember passwords when they shop online.

(Oct 02 2015) - FBI Mobile Biometric Application Request for Quotations
U.S.A. -- The Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Divisions Quick Capture Platform (QCP) originated in 2007, as an investigative tool for use by the FBI Hostage Rescue Team during operations conducted overseas. The purpose was to develop a platform capable of providing a rapid collection and response in hostile environments. Since the QCPs inception, the FBIs need for a tool that is capable of biometric collection, as well as providing rapid responses, has expanded from supporting overseas investigations to include increased domestic use.

(Oct 01 2015) - Google exec: With robots in our brains, we'll be godlike
CALIFORNIA -- Futurist and Google exec Ray Kurzweil thinks that once we have robotic implants, we'll be funnier, sexier and more loving. Because that's what artificial intelligence can do for you. I suspect a few of you are looking forward to being robots. Who wouldn't be fascinated by the idea of becoming someone other than themselves? We do get so tired of being the same dull soul every day. What kind of robots will we be?

(Oct 01 2015) - DHS : Accept Biometric 'REAL ID' or be Grounded !!!
U.S.A. -- Starting next year - 2016 - residents of four states plus American Samoa may be unable to use their drivers licenses as identification for boarding an airplane or entering certain federal buildings if the DHS gets it way. Under the current schedule, beginning January 1 DHS plans to require U.S. residents wishing to fly commercially to present identification compliant with the 2005 REAL ID Act ... Americans without such a card would be prohibited from flying and entering certain federal buildings and thats just the beginning.

(Sep 27 2015) - DARPA is implanting chips in soldiers brains
U.S.A. -- For decades, DARPA, the secretive research arm of the Department of Defense, has dreamed of turning soldiers into cyborgs. And now its finally happening. The agency has funded projects that involve implanting chips into soldiers brains that they hope will enhance performance on the battlefield and repair traumatized brains once the fog of war has lifted. Of the 2.5 million Americans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan, 300,000 of them came home with traumatic brain injury, journalist Annie Jacobsen told NPR. DARPA initiated a series of programs to help cognitive functioning, to repair some of this damage. And those programs center around putting brain chips inside the tissue of the brain.

(Sep 23 2015) - Does CBP have access to domestic Amtrak reservations?
AMTRAK -- Documents released to us by Amtrak suggest that since 2012, US Customs and Border Protection has had direct access to Amtraks reservation system, possibly including access to reservations for Amtrak passengers traveling entirely within the USA. The Amtrak documents we received this week are the fourth in a continuing series of long-overdue interim responses (1st interim response, 2nd interim response, 3rd interim response) to a FOIA request we made in October 2014 for records related to Amtraks data-sharing and other collaboration with the DHS and other US and foreign law enforcement agencies.

(Sep 23 2015) - Surprising number of adults are open to brain chip implants
AMERICA -- If you could implant a microchip in your head to get continuous access to the Internet and all things digital, would you? One in four Americans would, according to new data from communications and strategy firm Vrge. It seems like an idea straight out of science fiction that usually completely backfires, and while there's certainly no brain implant that can control Internet access available to the public today, the possibility does underscore our complete dependence on wireless technology and how addicted people are to staying connected to the world at all times.

(Sep 23 2015) - Linking brains: Researchers at UW say theyve done it
WASHINGTON -- Brain scientists at the University of Washington have used an old-fashioned parlor game in a novel way to prove that two peoples brains can be linked across the Internet an experiment that sounds like it was ripped from the pages of a science-fiction novel. The experiment is believed to be the first one to demonstrate that two brains can be directly linked to allow one participant to correctly guess what the other is thinking. Researchers say melding two minds has the potential for a vast range of applications. For example ...

(Sep 22 2015) - Welcome to the Mass Surveillance State through Microchipped Pills
U.S.A. -- Ever since the 9/11 terrorist attacks the powers that be cannot get enough surveillance on us. The latest in their quest for wanting to watch our every move comes in the form of microchipped pills. Not happy enough with monitoring our phone calls, computers and having a camera on us everywhere we go outside the recently FDA-approved microchip in a pill will be the perfect excuse to place surveillance inside our bodies. (Yes, its science-fiction as in the example of the old George Lucas movie THX 1138 now turned into science-fact. The scientific dictatorship is here care of the surveillance state folks.)

(Sep 22 2015) - DHS wants Boeing to test a 'Brain Chip' for their ... Spyphone ???
U.S.A. -- The DHS is funding a Boeing company to create a "brain chip" for its self-destructing Black smartphone that could be adapted for any device, officials say. The technology powering the devices potentially could identify the users walking style, for example. Officials would be alerted if the gait does not match the authorized users walk a red flag the phone might have fallen into the wrong hands, officials said. The "secret sauce" of the mobile device is a so-called neuromorphic computer chip that simulates human learning ...

(Sep 20 2015) - FBI Quietly Ramps Up Biometrics Programs
U.S.A. -- In the last few years, FBI has been dramatically expanding its biometrics programs, whether by adding face recognition to its vast Next Generation Identification (NGI) database or pushing out mobile biometrics capabilities for time-critical situations through its Repository for Individuals of Special Concern (RISC). But two new developmentsboth introduced with next to no media attentionwill impact far more every-day Americans than anything the FBI has done on biometrics in the past.

(Sep 15 2015) - Scientists can now 'Control Brains' using noninvasive sound pulses
LA JOLLA, CA. -- One of the most important biological discoveries of this decade has been optogenetics, or the ability to turn genetically modified neurons on and off in the body using pulses of blue light. The problem with optogenetics is that, normally, you've got to cut a hole in the subject's skull for it to work. But a newly described proof of concept allows scientists to get the same results using an ultrasound, which essentially means that it's now possible to control an organism's brain using noninvasive sound waves.

(Sep 10 2015) - Meet the Hackers Who Are Decrypting Your Brainwaves
NEW YORK -- These DIY brain scientists, or neurohackers, aren't sure how deep they will be able to go; but they are excited that they finally have cheap tools to start looking. That's what brought about half a dozen of them to this Brooklyn lab for the NeuroTechNYC meetup. Together with groups in San Francisco, Montreal, and Toronto, they form NeuroTechX, a new international collaboration of researchers and inventors (some still in grad school) building an open-source project to investigate the mysteries of the mind.

(Sep 08 2015) - Japan issues National ID Card linking Banks, Vaccine Records to gov't
JAPAN -- Japan is considering mandatory personal IDs for its Citizens by 2021 that link your personal bank account, health, and vaccine records to a centralized Government database. This means every financial transaction can be monitored for tax fraud, and vaccination records can be monitored for compliance. My Number, the latest big brother tracking grid, is live and completely voluntary according to the Japanese Government. The roll out is aimed at stopping fraud, the likely excuse used by every Government, to force us into the inevitable big brother tracking system where Government can track every purchase and follow you in real-time with RFID tracking chips embedded in your card.

(Sep 04 2015) - DHS delays refugee 'DNA Tests' aimed at stemming human trafficking
AMERICA -- The U.S. gov't is technically ready to run DNA tests this fall on children at refugee camps, using portable machines, to ensure adults fleeing with them to the U.S. are actually their relatives. The onsite, one-hour minilabs could help curb human trafficking, federal officials say. But old-fashioned paperwork and language barriers have gotten in the way of this technological advance. "The implementation of the program has been postponed until new voluntary consent forms are developed as well as operational protocols for translation," DHS spokesman John Verrico told Nextgov in an email.

(Sep 04 2015) - A benefit or Big Brother? NYC unveils program to track driving habits
NEW YORK -- Its a new city pilot program to track how you drive, when you drive, how fast you drive and how much gas you use. The Department of Transportation says it will help fix street problems. Others say its like Big Brother is watching you, CBS2s Marcia Kramer reported Friday. Its a tiny black box about the size of a pack of gum that is installed right under the steering wheel. It will allow city officials under a program called Drive Smart to collect and access data about how you drive if you drive like a maniac, or if youre Mr. or Mrs. Slow Poke.

(Aug 31 2015) - Customs piloting biometric border entry and exit control
CALIFORNIA -- U.S. Customs and Border Protection is set to launch a biometric border entry and exit control pilot program at Otay Mesa, San Diego in an effort to identify and apprehend foreigners with expired visas who are have surpassed their permitted duration, according to a report by The San Diego Union-Tribune. The Pedestrian Border Experiment, which will likely launch this year, will target non-U.S. citizens who enter and exit the country on foot through Otay Mesa. The pilot program will be the agencys first use of facial and iris scans on the nations southern border, said U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

(Aug 27 2015) - The Financial Times Calls for Ending Cash !!!
LONDON -- Earlier this week, as the financial world was mesmerized by a min-stock market crash, the Financial Times published a dastardly little piece of fascist propaganda. There is no more egregious anti-liberty economic policy imaginable than banning cash. I covered this earlier in the year in the post, Martin Armstrong Reports on a Secret Meeting in London to Ban Cash. Heres an excerpt ...

(Aug 26 2015) - Iowa launches mobile driver license pilot
IOWA -- Iowa Department of Transportation employees have started using MorphoTrust mobile driver license software as part of a new pilot. MorphoTrust provides identity solutions to more than 80% of U.S. motor vehicle agencies, including Iowa, and has delivered a test version of the secure software to a group of Iowa DOT employees. This group will assess and validate the solution for use in situations where physical licenses are typically presented. Users download an app after receiving an email to enroll. After entering the email address and PIN the user takes a selfie, which is checked against the previously enrolled image and are then able to use the mobile driver license.

(Aug 25 2015) - Biometrics, wearables will ease financial services access
WORLD -- Goode Intelligences latest research, Biometrics for Banking; Market and Technology Analysis, Adoption Strategies and Forecasts 2015-2020, identifies that the rapid adoption of biometrics on mobile and wearable devices will deliver frictionless authentication and identity verification services across the banking industry. Goode Intelligence forecasts that by 2020, there will be more than 620 million mobile banking app downloads that support biometrics for customer authentication and transaction verification. Additionally almost 160 million wearable devices will be benefiting from seamless biometric authentication for accessing banking services on a variety of wearable devices including smart watches and bands.

(Aug 21 2015) - Mark of the Beast: password tattoos & Google verification
CALIFORNIA -- Even thought the Book of Revelation warns of the Mark of the Beast, in 2015 the discoveries include the new password tattoo, which could easily become a vehicle to regulate commerce or access to merchandise. Back in 2012, at the D11 Tech conference, Motorola rolled out the electronic tattoo developed by the University of Illinois. It may be true that ten to twenty year-olds dont want to wear a watch on their wrist, Regina Dugan said at the time. But you can be sure that theyll be far more interested in wearing an electronic tattoo, if only to piss off their parents.

(Aug 18 2015) - First almost fully-formed human brain grown in lab ...
OHIO -- An almost fully-formed human brain has been grown in a lab for the first time, claim scientists from Ohio State University. The team behind the feat hope the brain could transform our understanding of neurological disease. Though not conscious the miniature brain, which resembles that of a five-week-old foetus, could potentially be useful for scientists who want to study the progression of developmental diseases. It could also be used to test drugs for conditions such as Alzheimers and Parkinsons, since the regions they affect are in place during an early stage of brain development.

(Aug 17 2015) - Single DNA molecule could store info for a million years
ZURICH -- Scientists have developed a way of storing vast quantities of information for up to a million years in a single molecule of DNA. The breakthrough could lead to digital archives of everything from ancient texts to Wikipedia changes being stored in the form of DNA that could in theory survive for hundreds of thousands of years without any loss of data. Robert Grass and colleagues of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich said they have pioneered a process of encapsulated DNA in glass that is equivalent to creating a fossilised form of data storage.

(Aug 13 2015) - FBI Dedicates New 360,000 Sq Ft Biometric Technology Center
WEST VIRGINIA -- Government spying hasnt been curbed in the least since Snowdens leaks came out. Its more just about having it rubbed in our faces every other five minutes than anything else. Take the new state-of-the-art FBI biometrics facility opening in West Virginia. Tuesday started a new era for fighting crime and protecting our country with the dedication of the new FBI Biometric Technology Center in Clarksburg, local West Virginia WDTV 5 reported.

(Aug 13 2015) - School rolls out 'Iris Scanner' for cafeteria entry system
VIRGINIA -- Virginia Commonwealth University is attracting controversy after it launched a high-tech iris scanning system to control entry to the schools cafeteria, prompting students to complain about the creepy new technology. Students wont need their ID to enter the dining center anymore, said Stephen Barr, director of campus services at VCU. With iris identification, its as simple as a camera taking a picture of their eyes and two seconds later they walk through. The system is voluntary (for now) and is intended to be used to speed up queues and act as an alternative for students who forget their ID cards. The iris scan generates a NUMBER which is then tied to the student.

(Aug 13 2015) - Microchip welfare-receivers to stop cash flow to ISIS
FINLAND -- Finns wishing to receive welfare in other countries should have identification microchips implanted so that the money does not go to Islamic State fighters, a politician from a nationalistic Finnish party suggested. Benefit tourism is being debated in the Nordic country with one of the worlds most comprehensive welfare systems after suspicion arisen that Finnish citizens recruited by the terrorist group Islamic State to fight in Iraq and Syria may be still receiving benefits from the Finnish government. One Finnish politicians suggested implanting all benefit-receivers leaving Finland with ID microchips as a solution to prevent abuse of the national social security system.

(Aug 09 2015) - Microsoft Lumia ... Iris Scanner & Facial Recognition
U.S.A. -- Microsoft is preparing two new Lumia devices for the holiday season. While some specifications have leaked previously, Windows Central is reporting that both devices will include an iris scanner to let you log into the phones with your face. This is a part of the Windows Hello feature in Windows 10.

(Aug 02 2015) - Voice biometrics ... for your business
BRAZIL -- The use of voice biometrics to identify people is already a reality in the world: today, approximately 40 million people use this resource for commercial applications. Over the last two years, voice biometrics has outgrown the walls of academic innovation to become a real-world application, considered by companies all over the world as a powerful fraud prevention tool and more importantly, a way to improve relationships with their customers.

(Aug 01 2015) - Facial recognition quietly taking hold
WASH D.C. -- Facial recognition technology is becoming one of the nations great unknowns. There are no laws that expressly regulate the software, nor is there data available on how much it is being used by American businesses to track customers and collect data. As the technology advances, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) is renewing its call for Congress to strengthen consumer privacy laws. The privacy issues stakeholders have raised about facial recognition technology and other biometric technologies serve as yet another example of the need to adapt federal privacy law to reflect new technologies, the GAO said.

(Jul 31 2015) - Forget About The Apple Watch, Implantables Are Coming
WORLD -- (Forbes) That is right, the implantable. In the past decade of tech innovation, connectivity has been the name of the game. Call your friend in the middle of the night in Antarctica. Facetime with your sister on vacation in India. Talk about the movie you saw with friends in London. Anything is possible with the push of a button and now with the Apple AAPL -0.75% Watch, you can do it all with the twist of a dial. But this is just the beginning of what Silicon Valley has in store for us in the name of connectivity. Were about to enter the next level of high tech innovation connecting with yourself.

(Jul 28 2015) - New Ads of the Future Will Be Beamed Directly into Your Head
U.S.A. -- Have you ever wondered what it would be like to randomly come down with a touch of schizophrenia? Probably not. Or if you did, it was probably in a nightmare. Well now, with the help of a little futuristic technology, companies who just cant get over themselves long enough to respect your privacy for one second can make your worst nightmares come true.

(Jul 27 2015) - Transhumanist Candidate wants 'Brain Implants' ???
U.S.A. -- Maybe the solution to all crime is more surveillance and direct control over the minds of all prisoners, anyone marked with violent tendencies and ultimately everyone in society. Thats what one futurist is proposing, as he runs on a political platform based around psycho-physical state control over mind and body. Zoltan Istvan, presidential candidate for the Transhumanist Party, thinks that prisoners would be better motivated to obey the law if the death penalty were abolished, and it be replaced by implanting a surveillance brain chip that notify the law and can even deploy a tranquiliser triggered to block violent behavior.

(Jul 20 2015) - The People 'Possessed' by a Computer
LONDON -- Sophia Ben-Achour looks like a typical London student. She has short, brown hair, dancing eyes and a wide smile. We talk about the weather, music, and her life teaching English to foreign students. You would never believe her mind is being controlled by a bunch of processors more than 200 miles away. Being possessed by a computer isnt too disconcerting, she later tells me. Today was the first time I thought, Eugh, Im just a body and nothing else. To be technical, Sophia is an echoborg a living, breathing person who has temporarily given themselves over to become a robots mouthpiece.

(Jul 17 2015) - New brain implants are so microscopic, you won't even notice
CALIFORNIA -- (NaturalNews) The cult of "science" has a fetish for trying to amalgamate humanity with machine. And its latest endeavor in this pursuit has taken the form of an emerging brain implant technology that would render humans part flesh, part computer. Researchers from the University of California, Berkeley (UCB), have come up with a concept they've dubbed "neural dust" that they say can be implanted into people's brains for data collection purposes. And the technology is reportedly so small that humans wouldn't even know it was inside their heads.

(Jul 13 2015) - 'Smart implants' dissolve after healing
NORTH CAROLINA -- NSF Engineering Research Center for Revolutionizing Metallic Biomaterials is developing biodegradable metals for surgical implants. We all know that injuries happen and doctors sometimes have to use metal screws or plates to support broken bones while the bones heal. What if that implanted metal just disintegrated on its own after the injury heals? A team at the NSF Engineering Research Center for Revolutionizing Metallic Biomaterials at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University is working to transform current medical and surgical treatments by creating "smart" implants.

(Jun 30 2015) - Deal Reached re: Wireless Remote Drug-Releasing Microchip Implants
U.S.A. -- A pharma company with generic drugs meets michrochip and biotech in a marriage of implantable devices that are shockingly close to the finish line of commercialization. Deals were made. Money exchanged. Development in process - this is actually going to happen. Is this the next phase of The Singularity?

(Jun 24 2015) - Brain Implants No Bigger than Dust Particles On the Way
CALIFORNIA -- A new concept of a brain-computer interface has been proposed by engineering researchers at University of California Berkeley, utilizing what they term as 'neural-dust', tiny machines that would be implanted in the brain to help facilitate the collection of neurological data ... dust would be able to collect data on brain function and possibly to influence brain activity in many different ways. It is also possible that information could be transmitted directly into the brain using such a system.

(Jun 22 2015) - Churches are using facial recognition software to spy on members
AMERICA -- Soon every churchgoer will be identified by facial recognition software! You read that right, churches will soon be using facial recognition software to identify you and your family. The company website brags: "First of its kind, Churchix provides you with accurate data on members attendance in your events and services. The software also allows you to sort and manage your videos and photos." Churchix was originally developed by us for a chain of international churches, which wanted to follow up with membership attendance at its events. Today its being used at a number of other churches in the US and in Indonesia Moshe Greenshpan, the companys CEO said.

(Jun 19 2015) - Tell-Tale Tattoo: US Govt Researching Biometric Ink Recognition
U.S.A. -- Tattoos might be the next biometric frontier, with one in five Americans sporting ink these days. The FBI is partnering with academia and private firms to develop a computer program that could help police identify people based on their body ink. Matching tattoos with the government database could help officials identify victims of natural disasters, such as earthquakes or tsunamis. However, the governments primary interest is they believe matching the tattoos into a computer system, could help to catch more criminals, as they have more body ink than the general population, according to computer scientist Mei Ngan.

(Jun 16 2015) - Transgender Will Lead To Transhuman
WORLD -- Satan imitates everything that God does. Transhumanism is the demonic mirror of heaven on earth. And the transgender movement is the match that will ignite transhumanism. Erasing the absolutes of gender opens the door to be like the beast. Do what thou wilt. You determine your fate. And because he is an angel of light, he will offer the world the gift of eternal life. I believe the mark of the beast is not just a symbol of rebellion, but a biometric DNA game changer. In order to be like the beast your DNA will have to change to resemble his. After all if there is no male nor female, then you are what you say you are. Who is to say what is human? And if THE MARK slightly changes your DNA and you become eternal like the anti-Christ, then so be it. Who is like the beast ?

(Jun 11 2015) - Wearable tech 2.0 aims to "alter" mind, body
LOS GATOS, CA. -- Now entrepreneurs are working to push the technology to new heights, creating gadgets that don't simply collect data on the body but can alter the user's physical and mental state. It's a largely underexplored area that offers the potential to alleviate pain and improve brain functionality, but also carries a host of concerns about whether using startup technology to change our body chemistry poses unnecessary risks. Thync, a startup based in the Bay Area town of Los Gatos, launched publicly last week with a device that sends electricity to the user's nerves to alter their mood and mental state.

(Jun 10 2015) - Prepare to be Microchipped. This is Not a Request
U.S.A. -- MAKE NO MISTAKE: CHIPS ARE COMING ! First, in the private sector we already know the FDA approved the VeriChip for use in humans that is intended to house medical information. For the record, note that says APPROVED, which is past tense. This isnt some Flash Gordon futuristic stuff. This is the hear and the now. Second, we know the Department of Defenses DARPA handed IBM a contract to develop self-destructing chips. That means we know the govt is still very much into this idea. Third, the former head of DARPA, Regina Dugan, it just so happens left DARPA, one of the most twisted organizations around, and now she's the head of R&D SPECIAL PROJECTS at Google.

(Jun 08 2015) - Google Exec Behind Ingestible ID Chips to Attend Bilderberg 2015
AUSTRIA -- Former DARPA director and now Google executive Regina Dugan, who is helping to develop and promote the idea of an ingestible identification microchip, will be in attendance at the secretive 2015 Bilderberg conference in Telfs-Buchen, Austria. Dugans name appeared on the official list of participants released today on the Bilderberg Groups official website. One of the topics up for discussion will be artificial intelligence. Google Chairman Erich Schmidt along with Demis Hassabis, Vice President of Engineering for Google DeepMind, will also meet with over 100 global power brokers from finance, politics and academia during the elitist confab.

(Jun 08 2015) - Brains of the future will be man machine hybrid
LONDON -- Humans will be able to boost their brain power with artificial intelligence by the late 2030s, an expert has claimed. Ray Kurzweil, director of engineering at Google, and one of the foremost thinkers on artificial intelligence (AI) has said that in the future the human brain will connect to online AI to become a "hybrid of biological and non-biological thinking." "Tiny 'nanobots' made from DNA strands would connect our brains to the internet, allowing us to augment our own intelligence with artificial intelligence," he said.

(Jun 05 2015) - The future of biometrics: Word meanings and brain waves
SPAIN -- Brain waves and their potential for use as human biometric identification, which we first covered in 2013, have risen to the surface once again, as hacks, Internet hoaxes and scams, and phishing attacks have become all too common on the Web. Humanity knows the password isnt secure enough to remain the universal standard forever. Examining so-called passthoughts can already serve as a way to distinguish humans, but a new study from Spain points to word meanings as a specific type of identifier.

(Jun 02 2015) - Biometrics main banking ID method by 2020
WORLD -- Goode Intelligence published its Analyst Report, Biometrics for Banking; Market and Technology Analysis, Adoption Strategies and Forecasts 2015-2020, which forecasts that there will be over one billion users accessing banking services through biometric systems by 2017. In the report, Goode Intelligence predicts that by 2020, bank customers will use biometrics as the predominant identity authorization method to access bank services.

(Jun 01 2015) - Forget Credit Cards, Now You Can Pay With Your Eyes
JAPAN -- A new phone, released this month by Japanese telecommunications giant NTT Docomo, comes with iris recognition technology. Fujitsus Arrows NX F-04G phone allows users to unlock websites and access stored information using only their eyes, scanned by the phones front-facing camera. This means users can store credit card information and then pay for online purchases simply by staring into the screen.

(May 29 2015) - Google Wants to Turn Your Clothes Into a Computer
SAN FRANCISCO -- If you thought it was only a matter of time before Google tried to turn your pants into a computer, well, guess what, you were right. On Friday, the second day of its annual developer conference, Google I/O, one of the search giants semi-secretive research divisions announced a project that aims to make conductive fabrics that can be weaved into everyday clothes ... Much like the screens on mobile phones, these fabrics could register the users touch and transmit information elsewhere, like to a smartphone or tablet computer.

(May 27 2015) - Obamacare 'Body Antenna' Being Developed to Monitor Patients
U.S.A. -- The National Science Foundation (NSF) is helping fund the creation of an implantable antenna for health care, which could be used for long-term patient monitoring. The govt has so far given $5,070 for a graduate fellowship to work on the project, which begins June 1. The project is being financed in collaboration with the National Research Foundation of Korea to create a high frequency antenna that can be permanently implanted under a persons skin.

(May 27 2015) - A 'Flexible' Computer Chip Made of Wood ?
WISCONSIN -- Portable electronics typically made of non-renewable, non-biodegradable and potentially toxic materials are discarded at an alarming rate in consumers' pursuit of the next best electronic gadget. In an effort to alleviate the environmental burden of electronic devices, researchers developed a surprising solution: a semiconductor chip made almost entirely of wood.

(May 26 2015) - Implants to aid payment with a wave of the hand
AUSTRALIA -- A survey, commissioned by global payments firm Visa, found 25% of Australians were slightly interested in having a commerce-oriented chip implanted in their skin. A subcutaneous chip would let consumers pay at a retail terminal without a wallet, credit card, smartphone or smartwatch. They would simply wave their bare hand over a terminal. The finding was revealed as Visa and University of Technology Sydney announced a partnership to explore the future of wearable technology.

(May 22 2015) - Electronic Money and the Rise of Antichrist
WORLD -- The shackles of an electronic slavery have finally appeared. Our masters tell us that we will not notice them, and most of us probably wont until the day comes, when our most cherished freedoms have disappeared. This marks yet another step towards the awful coming of the Antichrist. Other steps towards the coming of the Beast seem to be moving along quickly.

(May 19 2015) - European Union to Get Rid of CASH ???
EUROPE -- Brussels is going to bring about new steps in order to cope with the debts of European bank reserves. It decided not to undertake any further reforms to tackle the existing economic problems but rather to get rid of all cash. To maintain the euro, they must maintain the banks. But the bank reserves consist of debts of all member states. As gov't becomes insolvent as in Greece, the banking system is undermined. The only way to prevent the banking collapse is to prevent people from withdrawing cash. Hence, we see this trend surfacing all the mainstream press to get the people ready for what is coming after 2015. We can even evidence this approach in major parts of Germany.

(May 18 2015) - One Step Closer to a Bionic Brain
AUSTRLIA -- Scientists have for the first time developed an electronic long-term memory cell that mimics the work of a human brain. The researchers say the discovery is a step towards creating a bionic brain. Researchers from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) have created the worlds first electronic multi-state memory cell which mirrors the brains ability to simultaneously process and store multiple strands of information, according to the universitys press-release ... The new electronic cell could also help to develop artificial intelligence, said co-author Dr Sumeet Walia.

(May 17 2015) - Welcome to the Internet Of Skin
GEORGIA -- It should be no surprise to learn that engineers are fascinated by skin and its sensory potential. A new paper published in the IEEEs Nanotechnology Magazine outlines the concept of smart skins and their fabrication using ink-jet printinga cheap and green alternative to conventional electronics manufacturing. The ink: a solution of carbon nanotubes, particles highly desirable for their malleable electrical conductivity and chemical sensitivity.

(May 15 2015) - The Ultimate Interface: Your Brain
U.S.A. -- The final frontier of digital technology is integrating into your own brain. DARPA wants to go there. Scientists want to go there. Entrepreneurs want to go there. And increasingly, it looks like its possible. Youve probably read bits and pieces about brain implants and prostheses. Let me give you the big picture. Neural implants could accomplish things no external interface could: Virtual and augmented reality with all 5 senses (or more); augmentation of human memory, attention, and learning speed; even multi-sense telepathy sharing what we see, hear, touch, and even perhaps what we think and feel with others.

(May 15 2015) - UGC wants biometric scanners to track students ...
INDIA -- The University Grants Commision (UGC) of India has asked higher educational institutions in the country to install biometric devices in classrooms and hostels as a means to mark attendance in class and in order to keep an eye on a students movement and whereabouts in failsafe manner. Biometric way of marking student attendance, both in higher education institutions as well as hostels, can be an effective way to overcome proxy, the UGC said in its guidelines for students safety.

(May 14 2015) - MIND READING DEVICE DEVELOPED BY SCIENTISTS
CALIFORNIA -- It might seem the stuff of science fiction, but a Mind-Reading Device is being developed by scientists which can evesdrop on your inner-voice. Reseachers at the University of California, Berkeley, have developed a machine and computer programme which converts brain activity into sounds and words. Speech activates specific neurons as the brain works interpret the sounds as words. Each word activates a slightly different set of neurons. Now scientists have started to develop an algorithm that can pick up the activity and translate it back into words in the hope it might help people who are unable to speak.

(May 14 2015) - All will be Microchipped in less than 3 Years
AMERICA -- THE MARK OF THE BEAST ? NEVER GOING TO HAPPEN ? YOU'RE BASING THAT ON WHAT ? Say whatever you want ... but I suggest rather thsn speaking, you do more reading. Look at the players in this ... former head of DARPA and GOOGLE. So ... I have news for all of us, "This is coming, like it or not, PERIOD !!!"

(May 14 2015) - Nowhere To Run, Nowhere To Hide
WORLD -- A recent study by TechSci Research forecast annual growth rates of 14 per cent in the biometrics market, which should reach $21 billion (13.5 billion) by 2020. The demand for biometric systems is increasing at a much higher rate in countries such as China, India, Japan and Indonesia when compared with the United States and Canada, due to increasing focus on identity management and curbing security breaches, says TechSci analyst Kalpana Verma. Whats changed ???

(May 13 2015) - How to end boom and bust: 'MAKE CASH ILLEGAL'
DENMARK -- Forcing everyone to spend only by electronic means from an account held at a govt-run bank would give the authorities far better tools to deal with recessions and economic booms, writes Jim Leaviss. A proposed new law in Denmark could be the first step towards an economic revolution that sees physical currencies and normal bank accounts abolished and gives governments futuristic new tools to fight the cycle of boom and bust. The Danish proposal sounds innocuous enough on the surface it would simply allow shops to refuse payments in cash and insist that customers use contactless debit cards or some other means of electronic payment.

(May 09 2015) - The Revolution Will Be Digitized
WORLD -- The explosion in extreme tracking is part of a digital revolution in health care led by the tech visionaries who created Apple, Google, Microsoft and Sun Microsystems. Using the chips, database and algorithms that powered the information revolution of the past few decades, these new billionaires now are attempting to rebuild, regenerate and reprogram the human body ... In the near future, companies hope to augment those trackers with new ones that will measure from the inside out using chips that are ingestible or float in the bloodstream.

(May 08 2015) - Patents for technology to read peoples minds increasing
U.S.A. -- Companies are taking out a huge amount of patents related to reading brainwaves, according to analysis, with a range of different applications. Fewer than 400 neuro-technology related patents were filed between 2000-2009. But in 2010 alone that reached 800, and last year 1,600 were filed, according to research company SharpBrains. The patents are for a range of uses, not just for the healthcare technology that might be expected. The company with the most patents is market research firm Nielsen, which has 100. Microsoft also has 89 related patents.

(May 07 2015) - Tracking kids via microchip 'can't be far off,' says expert
TEXAS -- It's a thought that is just a little too Orwellian for most people -- putting a microchip inside your body. But there are people who are doing just that already. For most of those who have, it's a matter of convenience. Now, they can log onto their computer, lock or unlock their front door, or even start their car with a wave of a microchip implanted in their hand. Now let's take the technology one step further.

(May 05 2015) - Human trials for bionic eye with 'wireless brain chip' ?
AUSTRALIA -- Researchers working on the ambitious project led by Monash University to build a bionic eye have revealed they are ready to start human trials next year. "We have gone past the point of no return, where the device has been manufactured in prototype form and it is working in the laboratory," said Jeffrey Rosenfeld?, director of the Monash Institute of Medical Engineering. Professor Rosenfeld? outlined the group's progress in Washington DC on Monday, at the American Association for Neurology Surgeons' annual scientific meeting.

(May 05 2015) - DHS is working on an RFID biometric ID badge
CONNECTICUT -- A Southern Connecticut State University student named Steve Abbagnaro of Durham is developing technology for DHS through his company, Queralt Inc. Employees are issued an RFID-enabled badge that a computer reads while they are at work. As they go about their day, the system collects information when they arrive, eat lunch, or go to the restroom, for instance, or which computers they log into. The system then uses the information to establish patterns and issue an alert if something is amiss.

(Apr 23 2015) - Digital tattoo lets you control devices with mind power ...
CHICAGO -- What's on your mind ? For 79, anyone can buy a headset that reads the electrical activity of their brain. It's called an electroencephalogram and you can use it to control devices with the power of your mind. But there's a drawback: they don't work when the wearer is moving and they look silly, so no one wants to wear them. The solution could be a kind of EEG system that does away with the cumbersome electrodes, annoying gels and wires of its predecessors, replacing them with a flexible electronic skin that conforms to the body. It promises to let us monitor our brains discreetly 24 hours a day, and can be worn continuously for two weeks, staying put whether you're swimming, running or sleeping.

(Apr 20 2015) - PayPal wants to implant passwords in your stomach & brain
U.S.A. -- PayPal is working on a new generation of embeddable, injectable and ingestible devices that could replace passwords as a means of identification. Jonathan LeBlanc, PayPals global head of developer evangelism, claims that these devices could include brain implants, wafer-thin silicon chips that can be embedded into the skin, and ingestible devices with batteries that are powered by stomach acid. These devices would allow "natural body identification," by monitoring internal body functions like heartbeat, glucose levels and vein recognition, Mr LeBlanc told the Wall Street Journal.

(Apr 19 2015) - Is the "Mark Of The Beast" set to begin in Israel ?
ISRAEL -- Israel is one step closer to a national biometric identification system Monday, after outgoing Interior Minister Gilad Erdan announced that he would be advancing legislation to make a nationwide and mandatory switch to the system. The Biometric Database Law mandating collection of fingerprints and facial contours from all Israeli residents and integrated in domestic ID cards and national passports was actually passed by the Knesset in December 2009. The same law mandated creation of a biometric government database of that information, to be used for management of access control, identification of individuals and to assist in locating individuals suspected of criminal activity by the law enforcement officials.

(Apr 18 2015) - The end of the license plate
AMERICA -- Until recently our auto travels in public have been essentially private. Scattered individuals may have observed our locations at given moments, but the bulk of our public movements have been practically obscure. Nobody collected data in a systematic or useful way, and our movements were lost to history. That is no longer true. Public and private entities are scanning license plates, snapping photos of our cars, and storing the times and locations where they appear.

(Apr 15 2015) - Brain Implants May Be Able to Shock Damaged Memories
U.S.A. -- With funding from the Defense Department, scientists have begun work on devices that would use electric pulses to realign a memory process gone awry. Baby boomers must be pleased to see that scientists are going down so many different paths in not only tackling the enduring mystery of how our brains function, but also in seeing if lost memories can be found.

(Apr 13 2015) - Forcing Cajuns to Go Cashless
LOUISIANA -- With the passage of House Bill 195 into law, the State of Louisiana has banned the use of cash in all transactions involving secondhand goods. State representative Ricky Hardy, a co-author of the bill, claims that the bill targets criminals who traffic in stolen goods. According to Hardy, Its a mechanism to be used so the police department has something to go on and have a lead. The bill prohibits cash transactions by "secondhand dealers," defined to include garage sales, flea markets, resellers of specialty items, and even non-profit resellers like Goodwill.

(Apr 08 2015) - Can the Military Make a Prediction Machine ?
PENTAGON -- What could the military do if it could better understand the massive amounts of data that humanity creates, an estimated 2.5 quintillion bytes every day ? Could it predict aspects of the future ? If Pentagon funds can help create - even partially - a machine capable of understanding cause and effect, or causality, and do so on the scale of thousands of signals, data points, and possible conclusions, then, perhaps, big data will reach its real potential: a predictive tool that allows leaders to properly position soldiers, police forces, and humanitarian relief long before the action starts.

(Apr 07 2015) - Inkjet-printed liquid metal could bring wearable tech
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- New research shows how inkjet-printing technology can be used to mass-produce electronic circuits made of liquid-metal alloys for "soft robots" and flexible electronics. Elastic technologies could make possible a new class of pliable robots and stretchable garments that people might wear to interact with computers or for therapeutic purposes ... "This process now allows us to print flexible and stretchable conductors onto anything, including elastic materials and fabrics," Kramer said.

(Apr 04 2015) - Nanobot Surgery, "MICROCHIP" Medical Records and ...
WORLD -- Did you know you could use your iPhone to monitor your pulse and oxygen levels ? From nanobot surgery to microchip medical records, new medical technologies come about in different ways. Check out the infographic listed to see what affects medical research, research spending numbers, and some of the important technologies now available as a result ...

(Apr 02 2015) - NBC News Agrees With The Book Beast Tech ...
U.S.A. -- NBC has predicted that in 2017, all of America will be tagged with microchips. They will be implanted to help identify individuals immediately. According to the report, the technology is used to answer one question, Am I who I say I am? Some worry, however, that the RFID Microchip will give the government too much power, allowing them to track every move. In some states, like Virginia, legislation is in process to stop this from happening. The report also reveals an RFID Brain Chip that has been developed and is currently being tested on several humans.

(Apr 02 2015) - This Brain Implant Gives Blind Rats ... Sense of Direction
JAPAN -- The brains abilities of perception arent necessarily limited to the five traditionally recognised senses; other stimuli can help it make sense of the world. In a new study published in Current Biolo?gy, researchers in Japan found that rats could cope without one of the main sensessightwhen they were given another sense to help them navigate. The blind rats brains were fed geomagnetic information thanks to a microstimulator implanted into their visual cortex and connected to a digital compass.

(Mar 26 2015) - Google Admits Their High-Tech Microchips Will ... ???
WORLD -- Online advertising giant Googles new wearable accessories are merely a stepping stone to its ultimate ambition a microchip which can be embedded in users brains. But Google is staking its future on a new service which will use the info it holds on registered users to automatically predict their search needs & present them with the data they want. The ultimate ambition is to literally get inside users heads: using search queries to read their thoughts & then fulfilling their data needs by sending results directly to microchips implanted into peoples brains.

(Mar 23 2015) - They Are Slowly Making Cash Illegal
WORLD -- The move to a cashless society wont happen overnight. Instead, it is being implemented very slowly and systematically in a series of incremental steps. All over the planet, governments are starting to place restrictions on the use of cash for security reasons. As citizens, we are being told that this is being done to thwart criminals, terrorists, drug runners, money launderers and tax evaders. Other forms of payment are much easier for governments to track, and so they very much prefer them. But we are rapidly getting to the point where the use of cash is considered to be a suspicious activity all by itself.

(Mar 20 2015) - Microsoft enabling multiple biometrics with Window 10
WORLD -- The software giant announced that the latest version of its operating system will come equipped with Windows Hello and support finger, face and iris biometrics, according to a blog post from Joe Belfiore, corporate vice president in the Operating Systems Group at Microsoft. If a system already comes with a fingerprint scanner it can automatically be enabled for the consumer to access the system, web sites or applications. Facial and iris recognition will require additional hardware. Microsoft 10 will be rolled out this summer. Use of Windows Hello or Passport wont be mandatory and consumers will have to opt in to use the services. All biometrics will also be stored locally on the device and never shared ... (unless the gov't wants it).

(Mar 09 2015) - New memories "IMPLANTED" in mice while they sleep
PARIS -- Sleeping minds: prepare to be hacked. For the first time, conscious memories have been implanted into the minds of mice while they sleep. The same technique could one day be used to alter memories in people who have undergone traumatic events. When we sleep, our brain replays the day's activities. The pattern of brain activity exhibited by mice when they explore a new area during the day, for example, will reappear, speeded up, while the animal sleeps. This is thought to be the brain practising an activity - an essential part of learning.

(Mar 05 2015) - Scientists Can Now Read Your Memories
UCLA -- Researchers have mapped rats memories, and humans could be next. For decades scientists have been trying to map memories in the brain. This study shows that scientists can begin to pinpoint the precise synapses where certain memories form and learning occurs, explained James Gnadt, a program director at the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke.

(Mar 04 2015) - Researchers Create "Nano Ink" Skin Sensors
SAN DIEGO -- Using a new simple tool, nanoengineers at the University of California, San Diego, are opening the door to an era when anyone will be able to build sensors, anywhere, including physicians in the clinic, patients in their home and soldiers in the field. The team from the UCSD, developed high-tech bio-inks that react with several chemicals, including glucose. They filled off-the-shelf ballpoint pens with the inks and were able to draw sensors to measure glucose directly on the skin and sensors to measure pollution on leaves.

(Mar 02 2015) - Bye-bye passwords, hello biometric authentication
WORLD -- If you are eager to see the end of passwords, then you might be pleased by biometric solutions being touted as enhancing privacy and security. New authentication solutions being shown off at World Mobile Congress 2015 include a Fujitsu prototype smartphone that uses iris recognition, an eyeprint scanner built into the new ZTE Grand S3 and Qualcomms ultrasonic fingerprint scanner.

(Feb 27 2015) - Microchipped office workers feel 'very modern'
STOCKHOLM -- At the newly opened Epicenter office complex in central Stockholm, office workers have been opening doors and operating the photocopier with a chip implanted in their hands. The RFID chip is made from Pyrex glass and contains an antenna and microchip, with no need for batteries. Instead of using identification cards and pass codes, all the staff at companies based in the Swedish tech business incubator Epicentre are using microchips implanted into their hands to get into and around the workplace.

(Feb 19 2015) - US travellers set for EU biometric dragnet
EUROPE -- US citizens and other non-EU nationals who enter Europe will be asked to have their faces image-captured and fingerprints scanned upon arrival at a half-dozen major airports. The biometric dragnet is part of a pilot test of the EUs so-called SMART BORDERS package. Passengers can refuse to give the data - for now - but there are plans to eventually make it obligatory. A draft internal EU document dated Wednesday (18 Feb) ... says the proof of concept is set to start in March and will run until September this year.

(Feb 17 2015) - Brain-Altering Devices Now Available
U.S.A. -- Motivation and habit change are hard, and no heart-monitoring bracelet is going to magically solve that problem. But there are wearables that can. Thync, a brain-shocking wearable, has been heralded as the first mood-altering device on the market. Through gentle shocks, you can use Thync to give yourself energy or calm yourself down, and the team is working on ... EXPANDING THOSE CAPABILITIES !!!

(Feb 15 2015) - Top 10 Implantable Technologies
WORLD -- One in five persons in the world own smartphones. They help us stay connected to the world and improve day to day living. This was taken to the next level in 2013,when artist Anthony Antonellis got a Radio frequency Identification (RFID) chip implanted inside his arm. It could store and transfer art to his smartphone. Researchers are also conducting experiments with sensors which are inserted into human bones to turn them into living speakers.There is research going on in the domain of eye implants to enable images to be captured with just a blink and transmitted to some local storage device,like the embedded RFID chip. There have also been attempts to use artificial skin as a display.

(Feb 14 2015) - Infrastructure for RFID Chip and Mandatory Vaccines, Ready Now !!!
AMERICA -- For those that doubt that the US government can, and are fully ready, to implement a MANDATORY RFID PROGRAM, consider this information, which shows that there is already a plan in the works "by major carrier airlines requiring passengers to be vaccinated," for domestic travel, supposedly in the name of "preventing larger outbreaks," of diseases. The FAA source, speaking on condition of anonymity explains that many of the airlines have, had it with the anti-vaccination arguments and dont want to be left with the guilt and partial responsibility when a preventable disease spreads by way of air travel. It is assumed that a valid vaccination record will be required upon check in before travelers embark on their journey. Itll add another step to the flight process, but the airlines, so far, are willing to absorb any costs associated with it, said the FAA source.

(Feb 11 2015) - Fitbit Acknowledges Latest Devices Are Causing Rashes ...
U.S.A. -- Fitbits are still causing rashes. Some owners of the Surge are reporting that, like the Force and Charge before it, the new smartwatch activity tracker is causing a rash. Fitbits solution? Take the thing off occasionally. Fitbit tells TechCrunch that a very limited percentage of users reported skin irritation, and the reactions are not uncommon with jewelry or wearable devices that stay in contact with the skin for extended periods. After consulting dermatologists, Fitbits advice is this: Keep it clean, keep it dry and give your wrist a rest.

(Feb 05 2015) - Mind control, holograms & biohacking: future of business ?
WORLD -- What will the workplace look like in 2040? Imagine remote working via hologram, commuting by jetpack, even controlling your office with your mind ...(and) ... what about mind control in the other direction ? Will employers be able to bend recalcitrant employees to their will ? If you want to be sinister about it, that will certainly be possible, he says. We could work out which brain pattern is associated with looking at Facebook, for example, and which is looking at a spreadsheet. The boss could have a dashboard to see whos working and whos not.

(Jan 30 2015) - Office Implants Microchips Under Employees Skin
SWEDEN -- A high-tech office in Sweden is implanting its workers with computer chips under the skin in order for them to access the building, a move which biohackers says is preparation for a dystopian future when governments and corporations adopt the same technology. The Epicenter building in Stockholm, which hosts start-up companies as well as the likes of Google and Microsoft, utilizes microchip technology to allow staff to open doors, interact with smartphones, as well as operate equipment. BBC reporter Rory Cellan-Jones volunteered to be microchipped for the story and had a chip injected into his hand.

(Jan 28 2015) - US Military Develops Invisible Biometric Passwords
U.S.A. -- The end of traditional biometric and password security? US Military signs deal for new ID verification system. A new form of identity verification could be in the works after the US military signed a deal for next gen passwords. The deal will see the development of a cognitive identity verification system at West Point, the home of the US armys military academy.

(Jan 24 2015) - Flexible Brain Implants Have Arrived
MASS -- Now, a team led by MIT professor Polina Anikeeva has harnessed insights from the materials sciences to develop a better wire for deep-brain stimulation. They managed to fabricate flexible wires capable of not only stimulating brain tissue, but delivering drugs and recording brain activity simultaneously, while drastically reducing the side-effects one would expect from a traditional metal implant.

(Jan 23 2015) - Googles Eric Schmidt greases skids for 'Internet Brain Chip'
SWITZERLAND -- Google CEO Eric Schmidt greased the skids for an Internet brain chip during a speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland yesterday when he predicted the end of the world wide web as an external concept. Asked how he saw the Internet developing in future years, Schmidt responded. I will answer very simply that the Internet will disappear. There will be so many IP addressesso many devices, sensors, things that you are wearing, things that you are interacting with that you wont even sense it, he added. "It will be part of your presence all the time."

(Jan 20 2015) - Young people 'ready to ditch passwords for biometric security'
U.K. -- Password overload is causing 'Generation Z' to turn to biometrics for online security. Three-quarters of 16- to 24-year-olds are ready to ditch passwords in favour of biometric security measures such as facial recognition, fingerprint and retina scanning, research has revealed. In a survey of over 2,000 UK adults commissioned by Visa Europe, 76 per cent said they would feel comfortable making a payment using biometric security and 69 per cent believe this would make their lives faster and easier.

(Jan 13 2015) - iPhone 'Separation Anxiety' leads to loss of self ???
MISSOURI -- Cellphones have become an extension of our arm. Theyre our personal assistants, social calendars, and connection to the outside world, and we rely on them so much we actually experience serious separation anxiety when we become unplugged. Researchers from the University of Missouri took away unsuspecting study participants iPhones to see how they handled it, and the results were published in the Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication.

(Jan 09 2015) - Will Smith's son says God inspired his 666 Fashion Line ???
HOLLYWOOD -- Jaden Smith, the son of rapper-actor legend Will Smith, has announced a new fashion line, which he titled "666". Despite 666 being highly regarded as an evil number which references the mark of the beast, Jaden says the fashion line was inspired by God. In an interview with Rolling Stone, Jaden spoke about his fashion line ... God exists in all things that surround the fire that burns in the sky. She is responsible for all spontaneous ideas. In fact, 666 is not an evil number.

(Jan 08 2015) - Swedish Implant Party seeks to place RFID Microchips in 10,000 People
SWEDEN -- What is happening now in Sweden in is not that mark, but mental conditioning to receive the mark when it comes. By day there were tech entrepreneurs, students, web designers and IT consultants but that night they were going to be transformed into cyborgs. It may sound like the beginning of a science-fiction novel, but in fact it is a recollection of real events, by bio-hacker Hannes Sjoblad.

(Jan 02 2015) - Will that be Cash, Credit, Fingerprint or Iris Scan ?
WORLD -- Forget about whipping out your credit card. The next time you have to buy milk, condoms or whatever else you need, some mobile technology and financial companies are hoping youll give a quick imprint of your finger, scan of your eye or tap of an armband that links to your heartbeat. Once used for getting high-level security clearances and criminal record checks done, biometric security features fingerprints, iris scans and other unique human identifiers are just starting to make inroads as forms of payment.

(Dec 30 2014) - Intel files patent for real-time facial recognition system
U.S.A. -- Intel recently filed an application with the United States Patent & Trademark Office for a new technology method of real-time facial detection using an image or video of the subject taken by a mobile device. Intel continues to make a strong push into the biometric & wearable technology market through a series of developments & partnerships, such creating a new developers platform for the Internet of Things, a sector that is closely related to wearable technology.

(Dec 22 2014) - Next-generation tracking technology dubbed "SPIRIT"
U.K. -- Sophisticated tracking technology, the likes of which you might associate with govts or big companies, may soon be in consumers' hands, homes, cars & local stores. If it works as described - a big "if," of course, - the technology developed by a small-but-established U.K. company called Apical could detect not only people, but determine what they are doing, where they are going & even what they may be thinking. The technology, dubbed Spirit & part of the growing & fast-developing field of computer vision, could be used for everything from helping consumers shoot better videos to helping the local coffee shop improve its sales.

(Dec 19 2014) - DHS Is pushing for REAL ID In 2015
U.S.A. -- Beginning in 2015, many federal facilities will require a "Real ID" for entry where identification is required. Several states have opted out of the Real ID Act, a federal mandate to modify the design of state drivers licenses, raising questions about the ability of people in those states to access federal buildings and board commercial aircraft. EPIC, supported by a broad coalition, opposed the Real ID regulations, arguing that many of the required identification techniques, such as facial recognition and RFID tags, compromise privacy and enable surveillance.

(Dec 16 2014) - Green implants are coming, and ...
U.S.A. -- When nuclear power first became available, lots of folks wanted a reactor, but nobody wanted to deal with the problems they cause as they age. With medical implants, we have seen much the same thing implant now, worry about it later. These days its not so easy to get a new medical device approved by the FDA. Increasingly, the FDA demands to know exactly how long implants will remain in the body, and how they will be removed. A way to avoid these issues entirely is to build implants from biodegradable materials like silk, and small amounts of biosafe metals like magnesium. That way by the time the FDA comes knocking, your implant will have performed its prescribed function and disappeared like a fart in the wind.

(Dec 12 2014) - DARPA plans to develop implantable devices to ...
U.S.A. -- DARPA has announced that it is planning to develop tiny implantable nerve stimulation devices that would monitor, diagnose & treat the nervous system, offering personalised treatment for a number of nerve-related conditions that are common among current & ex service personnel. The technology would in effect be a feedback-controlled treatment system, restoring the nervous system to a healthy state & thus avoiding the development of associated mental health conditions & chronic inflammatory diseases. The US agency has formed the Electrical Prescriptions (ElectRx) program to develop the technology ...

(Dec 09 2014) - Microchip implants in humans grow in popularity
NETHERLAND -- Some 50 people in the Netherlands have had a microchip implanted in their hands this year, piercing specialist Tom van Oudenaarden told broadcaster Nos on Tuesday. Worldwide some 2,000 people have been chipped and their number is growing. Oudennarden expects their number to grow considerably next year, particularly among what he calls technerds.

(Dec 08 2014) - Implanted future: How bodyhacking could become commonplace
WORLD -- Implanted tech shows a lot of potential, but its only in the early stages of being useful in everyday life. We speak to double chip implantee Amal Graafstra to find out how the technology could get under our skin. Wireless technology has come of age. Wi-Fi changed the way we connect to the internet, Bluetooth increased connectivity, now near field communication (NFC) may be the next iteration that could explode in to our everyday lives.

(Dec 04 2014) - Brain Scan Reveals Your Decisions In Seconds
GERMANY -- In a kind of spooky experiment, scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences reveal that our decisions are made seconds before we become aware of them. In the study, participants could freely decide if they wanted to press a button with their right or left hand ... using fMRI, researchers would scan the brains of the participants while all of this was going on in order to find out if they could in fact predict which hand the participants would use BEFORE they were consciously aware of the decision.

(Dec 04 2014) - Wireless brain sensor could unchain neuroscience from cables
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- In a study in the journal Neuron, scientists describe a new high data-rate, low-power wireless brain sensor. The technology is designed to enable neuroscience research that cannot be accomplished with current sensors that tether subjects with cabled connections. Experiments in the paper confirm that new capability. The results show that the technology transmitted rich, neuroscientifically meaningful signals from animal models as they slept and woke or exercised.

(Dec 04 2014) - Google Wants to Replace Passwords With Fingerprints and Eyeballs
U.S.A. -- Google Glass is due to receive an update in 2015, and if a Google patent submitted last month is any indication, it could include a new feature to let wearers use their fingerprints, or scans of their eyes, instead of passwords on websites. In Novembers patent application, Google explored ways to replace website passwords with biometric data from a wearable device. In the filing, Google references head-mounted displays (HMD) that could scan a wearers fingerprints, eyeballs, veins, or even her voice pattern, then use that data to access a website on a computer or mobile device.

(Nov 25 2014) - Summit Europe: Chip Implants Easy as Piercings
EUROPE -- I am bleeding just a little bit, said Raymond McCauley. Might I ask for a little assistance? McCauley, chair of Singularity Universitys biotechnology and bioinformatics track and a biohacker, had just implanted a microchip in his hand. He was giving his talk at Singularity Universitys Summit Europe on the $0.01 human genome, drag-and-drop genetic engineering, garage biohacking, cheese from genetically modified yeasta whirlwind tour of future biotech. But the real thrust of this particular talk? Cyborgs.

(Nov 19 2014) - Swedish Woman Receives Microchip In Back Of Right Hand
SWEDEN -- Emilott Lantz, 25, from Ume in northern Sweden got a microchip inserted into her hand last week. She became a guinea pig during Sime 2014 in Stockholm a conference about digitalism, the internet, and the future. In line with the goals of the event, participants were offered to get a microchip fitted for free an opportunity Lantz jumped at.

(Nov 12 2014) - IBM's Watson Wants to Examine Your DNA
U.S.A. -- How much exercise should I get today? How much coffee can I drink on Monday? These are questions you might ask yourself, not really expecting an actual response, but if IBM has its way, its Watson supercomputer will soon be able to supply the answers. IBM's Watson Group today announced an undisclosed investment in Pathway Genomics to create the first cognitive consumer app based on a user's genetic makeup. Citing research on genomic medicine, IBM said the bioinformatics market is expected to grow to $12.86 billion by 2020.

(Nov 09 2014) - REMOTE CONTROLLED HUMANS ... Via the Internet ???
WASHINGTON -- Over the past year we have learned that scientists have been working on neural dust to create a remote-controlled computer pathway to the brain; that scientists have been successful implanting false memories in mice; an experiment at Harvard enabled a human to remote control a mouse by thought alone; and the worlds first telepathic e-mail was sent. However, when it was announced last year that remote-controlled humans via the Internet became a reality, it was still met with disbelief.

(Nov 07 2014) - X-Men "MIND CONTROL" becomes a reality
WASHINGTON -- Taking control of another person's body with your mind is something that has been long dreamed of in comic books and films like X Men, but now scientists have achieved it in real life. Researchers used electromagnets and computers to transmit a person's brainwaves allowing them to control the hand of another sitting in a different building one mile away. The technology recorded the brain signals from a computer gamer and then fired them into the brain of another volunteer, triggering the nerves that controlled their hand muscles.

(Nov 05 2014) - Could we soon record our DREAMS ?
MANCHESTER -- If you have woken up from a vivid dream, only to forget what it was about, you might want a dream recorder. While such a consumer device may be years away, researchers have created a system that uses a biosensor headset to edit moving images shown on a screen according to changes in an individual's brain activity. The film thats created is a visual record of a wearers subconscious mind, giving them a glimpse into the dream world.

(Nov 02 2014) - Biometrics Institute eyes Trust Mark certification program
LONDON -- The Biometrics Institute is working on a program that it says will reassure the public of the responsible use of biometrics, and will make privacy compliance more transparent and easier to understand. According to Biometrics Institute CEO Isabelle Moeller, the group is presently building an advisory panel for the proposed "Trust Mark" program and it is currently in consultation with its members and stakeholders, brainstorming the new idea. The Biometrics Institute announced the new proposed Trust Mark system earlier this month, at the Biometrics 2014 event in London.

(Oct 31 2014) - All Your Fingerprints Are Belong To Us
VIRGINA -- All Your Fingerprints Are Belong To Us: iPhone Users Forfeit Fifth Amendment ... Court rules fingerprints have no fifth amendment right. What does this mean for the rest of our biometric data ?

(Oct 31 2014) - Wearable devices to fuel second wave of biometric adoption
WORLD -- Global wearable biometric technology users to hit 604 million by 2019. A new report from Goode Intelligence forecasts that the global adoption of wearable biometric technology will reach 604 million users by 2019, which will mainly be driven by wearable devices. The first wave of adoption will mainly driven by biometric authentication in Smart Mobile Devices including smartphones, while the next wave is expected to be led by the integration of biometrics into wearable technology including smartwatches, bands, ear-pods, jewellery and glasses.

(Oct 29 2014) - Growing unease re: biometric student tracking systems
WASH D.C. -- A growing number of schools are using special tracking chips embedded in student ID cards or biometric scanners to track students, and the new technology is making many lawmakers nervous about its privacy implications. The relatively new tracking technology allows schools to more accurately follow student attendance, lunch purchases and students who ride buses, but lawmakers in many states have banned specific types of student data collection over privacy concerns, Governing.com reports. "This year, Florida became the first state to ban the use of biometric identification in its schools."

(Oct 28 2014) - Google Developing a "MEDICAL" Pill to swallow
CALIFORNIA -- Google is attempting to develop a pill that would send microscopic particles into the bloodstream in an effort to identify cancers, imminent heart attacks, and other diseases ... the idea is that patients will swallow a pill that contains these particles, and after they enter the bloodstreamattempting to identify molecules that would indicate certain health problemsa wearable device could use their magnetic cores to gather them back together and read what theyve found.

(Oct 25 2014) - Implantable Devices Coming Soon
TEXAS -- We may be a long way from the "$6 Million Man" but there are plenty of implants coming in the near future. Researchers in the medical fields of birth control and monitoring are already using implants to control hormones, monitor blood sugar, and control heart rate. Researchers are already testing medication implants that get installed in your body and are controlled by your doctor to control the release of medications. So you don't have to remember to take that pill every morning, noon, and night.

(Oct 24 2014) - New Wearable Thync Device Promises To Alter Your Mood
WORLD -- Have you ever just wanted to shake off a bad mood, ASAP? Want to instantly ease that ball of anxiety that seems to live in your stomach? Well, welcome to the future, my friend, because theres a new product that claims it can help us do just that. A startup company called Thync is releasing a device that can alter your mood and change the way your mind and body feel, the Daily Dot reports. It basically strives to achieve the same sensations you get from coffee, wine, and other mood-stimulating substances without the side effects of jitters, hangovers, or brain damage.

(Oct 20 2014) - Half the World's Population will have Chip-Based ID Cards by 2018
DENVER -- Leading identity analyst firm Acuity Market Intelligence forecasts that in five years time half of the world's population will have a chip-based National eID card, including near-complete regional coverage in Europe. Asia, with its vast population, is expected to dominate the market accounting for more than 60% of all National eID cards issued between 2014 and 2018. Acuity's report - "The Global National eID Industry Report: 2014 Edition" - projects that nearly 3.4 billion National eID cards will be issued over the next five years doubling global National eID card circulation from 1.75 billion to 3.5 billion by 2018.

(Oct 20 2014) - Could an implanted tattoo be the future of wearable technology ?
U.S.A. -- GOOGLE Glass and smartwatches seem positively tame by contrast with the latest wearable technology prototype - an interactive tattoo, implanted under the skin. Asked to speculate on the future of wearable tech, a US design company drafted 'Project Underskin' a digital tattoo that would be implanted in your hand and allow you to trade data with a handshake, monitor your vital signs or even unlock a door, according to Fast Company.

(Oct 19 2014) - Nine real technologies that will soon be inside you
WORLD -- Given the frenzy of interest following the announcement of the Apple Watch, you might think wearables will be the next really important shift in technology. Not so. Wearables will have their moment in the sun, but they're simply a transition technology. Technology will move from existing outside our bodies to residing inside us.

(Oct 18 2014) - Safeguarding Consumers Financial Security
WASH D.C. -- (VIDEO) Today, the President is signing a new Executive Order directing the government to lead by example in securing transactions and sensitive data ... While there is no silver bullet to guarantee data security, the President is signing an Executive Order to implement enhanced security measures, including securing credit, debit, and other payment cards with microchips in lieu of basic magnetic strips, and PINs, such as those standard on consumer ATM cards.

(Oct 08 2014) - Wearable Technology That Feels Like Skin
U.S.A. -- When it comes to the future of computing, there is one major known and a principal unknown. The known, with almost guaranteed certainty, is that the next era of computing will be wearables. The unknown, with commensurate guaranteed uncertainty, is what these wearables will be and where on your body they will live. Apple and Samsung, for example, are betting on the wrist; Google, the face. A slew of tech companies believe clothing will simply become electronic.

(Oct 01 2014) - $172 Million for Development of Ingestible Data Devices
CALIFORNIA -- Ingestible sensors are now in the marketplace! These devices are designed to be swallowed by the patient. The device will then send the patients vital health data to a smartphone. No imagination is needed by pathologists to understand how such devices could generate diagnostic data in real time that could supplement traditional medical laboratory tests. These ingestible sensors are designed with the goal of helping track both the adherence of patients to their prescription drug regimens and the effectiveness of these prescription drugs. Proteus Digital Heath of Redwood City, California, is one company that has introduced an ingestible sensor that sends a persons vital health data to a smartphone, reported Smart Planet in a story it recently published.



(Jul 09 2014) - LG wants to put a tracking device on your child
WORLD -- Various tech companies have introduced wearable devices over the last few years that track your steps or heartbeat and even deliver your e-mails to your wrist. Is electronically tracking your kid the next frontier ? LG announced a new device Wednesday morning, the KizON wristband, designed to let parents keep track of their child's whereabouts.

(Jul 09 2014) - DARPA Awards $40 Million ... to Develop Memory Implants
DARPA -- DARPA has awarded $40 million towards memory restoration technologies aimed at helping military service people cope with brain injuries. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency said that the new Restoring Active Memory (RAM) will help design and "develop wireless, fully implantable neural-interface medical devices that can serve as 'neuroprosthetics'" ... researchers will try to develop electronic implants that can find memory lapses in the brain and restore them.

(Jul 08 2014) - Paralyzed man moves hand after chip installed in brain
OHIO -- The University of Ohio Wexner Medical Center has made an amazing breakthrough as a man has now regained control of his hand with the aid of a new brain implant. Amazingly, the man can now move his hand via the "power of thought", says the new report.

(Jul 07 2014) - Biometric imaging system identifies finger vein patterns
JAPAN -- Fujisoft Incorporated and mofria Corporation have announced a collaboration that will produce a CMOS sensor-based solution that deploys pattern recognition techniques based on images of human finger vein patterns beneath the surface of the skin for biometric authentication purposes. Since finger vein patterns are impossible to replicate, they provide a secure and accurate means for biometric identification. mofiria's finger vein authentication technology uses pattern recognition techniques based on images of human vein patterns under the skin's surface.

(Jul 07 2014) - MARK OF THE BEAST PEOPLE ... LINING UP FOR MICROCHIP
U.S.A. -- PATIENTS ARE LINING UP TO TAKE THE IMPLANTABLE MICROCHIP : "34 patients and caregivers got the chip yesterday, dozens more will get it in the next week. The makers of the chip say it is important to note this is not a GPS, the patients can't be tracked, it just provides a code for a database ... but privacy rights activists say this is a first step toward tracking them ... "

(Jul 07 2014) - Gates Foundation readies 'Contraceptive Microchip' in 2018
MASSACHUSETTS -- A contraceptive computer chip that can be controlled by remote control has been developed in Massachusetts. The chip is implanted under a woman's skin, releasing a small dose of levonorgestrel, a hormone. This will happen every day for 16 years, but can be stopped at any time by using a wireless remote control.

(Jul 06 2014) - U.S. Soccer Team Microchipped By Doctors
U.S.A. -- When the U.S. Men;s National Team runs onto the field today in an elimination World Cup match againstBelgium, doctors will track their every footstep, leap and dribble. Using matchbox-sized GPS tracking devices, team physician George Chiampas can follow his players' every move to help keep injuries at bay - especially those that could keep his best out of the tournament.

(Jul 02 2014) - Desensitization Leading to 666 Mark of the Beast ...
WORLD -- Technology continues to advance as radio frequency identification device (RFID) chips are often used and even implanted inside of people to make life easier. Based on a new study, most people are now open to using biometric identification to make traveling easier. The study carried out by Accenture surveyed people in the UK, Australia, France, Germany, Japan, and the US and revealed that 89% of citizens are willing to provide details such as fingerprints to speed up traveling and make it more convenient.

(Jul 02 2014) - Establishment Pushing 'Cashless Society' to Control Humanity
WORLD -- The global establishment is increasingly pushing the notion of what it calls a "cashless society" - a world in which all payments & transactions would be conducted electronically, creating a permanent record for govts to inspect & track at will. Multiple govts from Africa & Asia to Europe & the Americas are explicitly working toward that goal, and in recent months, even more have joined the effort. Powerful globalist forces & organizations including the United Nations are helping, too. However, analysts are warning that the implications of such a shift would be nightmarish for liberty & privacy.

(Jun 28 2014) - Digital Tattoo for Moto X offered in packs of ten
CALIFORNIA -- Back in 2013, Regina Dugan, the former DARPA head, and leading special projects for the Google-owned Motorola, showed electronic tattoos as one password authentication sign of the future. The idea of a password authentication tool in the form of a wearable tattoo was quite novel but welcomed by a wider audience of techies and mobile phone users looking forward to better, more reliable and easier ways of logging into mobile devices. The idea this week has ripened considerably with Thursday's introduction by VivaLnk, a Santa Clara, California-based company, of Digital Tattoo, developed with Google's Advanced Technology and Projects (ATAP) group.

(Jun 08 2014) - Analysis of RFID Chip Prevalence in 3 Discrete U.S. Populations
U.S.A. -- Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Chips have been used extensively in wildlife ecology and conservation to identify and track individual specimens in a population. It has been unknown, however, how often RFID chips have been implanted in human populations for the tracking and identification of individuals. This study analyzed the prevalence of RFID Chips in 3 geographically discrete populations and found that, on average, 1 in 3 individuals carried an RFID Chip. Interestingly, there was a strong correlation with RFID Chip presence and previous dental work.

(May 28 2014) - The Military Is Building Brain Chips to Treat PTSD
PENTAGON -- How well can you predict your next mood swing? How well can anyone? It's an existential dilemma for many of us but for the military, the ability to treat anxiety, depression, memory loss and the symptoms associated with post-traumatic stress disorder has become one of the most important battles of the post-war period. Now the Pentagon is developing a new, innovative brain chip to treat PTSD in soldiers and veterans that could bring sweeping new changes to the way depression and anxiety is treated for millions of Americans.

(Apr 12 2014) - UPC Code 666 caculation
WORLD -- All Upc Codes contain numerical values of 666 represented by lines. The number 6 is represented by 2 lines which can be found on 3 positions on every Upc code in America. This may represent the number of the beast which is 666.

(Feb 28 2014) - Tenn. State University Requires Students to Wear Trackable IDs
TENNESSEE -- Beginning Saturday, March 1, students and staff at Tennessee State University will be required to present identification badges at any time that can also track their movements in and out of buildings, according to a local-news report. After a spate of break-ins and vandalism, officials at the university instituted the new ID requirement as a way to ensure safety on campus, a TSU release said.

(Jan 13 2014) - Motorola Patents E-Tattoo Mark of the Beast ...
CALIFORNIA -- Imagine trying to patent the smartphone, or for that matter, the tattoo. Any company that could swing that, could probably also patent the fork and knife. Incredibly, a new application from Google-owned Motorola Mobility seeks a patent not for any particular utensil, but rather, for setting the table. In other words, if you have an electronic smart tattoo, and want it to speak to your mobile communications device, you may soon be able to do it in spades, but you will have to do it Google style. But hold on for a minute, as there is a bit more to the whole concept than might first appear.

(Jan 08 2014) - PulseWallet uses your veins to pay for things
JAPAN -- If there's one thing you can depend on, it's businesses always making simple for you, it's purchasing their stuff. Utilizing a bit of Fujitsu's camera technology, PulseWallet wants to make paying for your goods as simple as holding out your hand. As you hover your hand over PulseWallet's camera, it captures an image of your veins. Like many biometric measurements, the veins in your hand are generally unique and unchanging. After age eight, you've got the veins you've got.

(Oct 30 2013) - Intel Labs Creating Implantable Mark Of The Beast ...
U.S.A. -- For some time now, scientists have been working on the fusion of human beings and computer-controlled machines known as singularity. Computer chip giant Intel Labs has made some recent and stunning advances in refining this technology. When fully realized, this will be the heart and soul of the Mark of the Beast Surveillance System that will control the entire world. Sound far-fetched? Think again. Your whole world works that way right now. Even the Affordable Health Care Act, known as Obamacare, calls for regulations regarding implanting microchips into humans.

(Sep 29 2013) - Retiring early 'cause of the Mark Of The Beast ?
U.S.A. -- In recent news a man named Beverly R. Butcher Jr. is filing a lawsuit against Consol Energy on behalf of his religious beliefs. Consol Energy/Consolidation Coal Company had employed Butcher until after the company acquired a biometric hand-scanning device in order to keep track of employees time and attendance. Butcher wrote a letter to his employers describing his objection to the use of the hand-scanning device, which he said is "against his religious beliefs." Butcher explained that the hand-scanning device is linked to the mark of the beast and the antichrist as explained in the book of Revelation, chapter 13, verse 16 and asked for an exemption to the use of this device based on his religious beliefs.

(Aug 08 2013) - IBM Scientists Show Blueprints for Brainlike Computing
DALLAS -- To create a computer as powerful as the human brain, perhaps we first need to build one that works more like a brain. Today, at the International Joint Conference on Neural Networks in Dallas, IBM researchers will unveil a radically new computer architecture designed to bring that goal within reach. Using simulations of enormous complexity, they show that the architecture, named TrueNorth, could lead to a new generation of machines that function more like biological brains.

(Feb 22 2012) - Is Real ID a step toward 'mark of the beast' ?
CHARLESTON -- Is the Real ID a precursor to the end-time world dictator known in Bible prophecy as the Antichrist ? A Randolph County school teacher is convinced there is an eventual link, and wants West Virginia lawmakers to grant anyone with a religious conviction an exemption from the license that employs biometrics. "If we as Christians comply with the Real ID act, we would be enrolled into a global system of identification that directly links our body through biometrics to our ability to buy or sell," Philip Hudok told the Senate Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Tuesday.

(Sep 06 2011) - The New Electronic Tattoo
CHICAGO -- A computer built right into your skin? Yes, it has become a reality. A team of scientists at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have developed an electronic computer patch thinner than a hair that attaches to the skin. The device can observe vital signs of a medical patient, store and transmit data, locate individuals as well as other functions. John A. Rogers, a materials science professor and leader of the development team, reported on the new device in a paper in the journal Science.

(Aug 09 2008) - Fear mark of the beast? State OKs special license
WEST VIRGINIA -- It's not "666," but it's close enough to the New Testament's "mark of the beast," says a small religious group in West Virginia that won an exemption from the state's requirement that driver's license photos be stored in a digital database. Phil Hudok, a high school physics teacher in Randolph County, pastor Butch Paugh and 12 others raised the issue in 2006 during meetings with Department of Motor Vehicles Commissioner Joseph Cicchirillo ...

(Feb 11 2008) - RFID "TATTOOS" to Make a "MARK" on Cattle Tagging
U.S.A. -- SOMARK Innovations announced it has successfully field tested its chipless RFID technology for cattle identification. SOMARK's permanent animal ID system works by tattooing the animal with dielectric ink. Data is encoded in the tattoo and can be read remotely using a SOMARK reader. The company reported tattoos were applied in less than three seconds and read instantly during the demo. Read range, data capacity, and other technical details were not disclosed. SOMARK called the field test at an undisclosed US location "a giant leap" for the startup company ...

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