21WIRE + The Switch | Players are getting more immersed in a digital world which mirrors recent science fiction.
21WIRE + RT | Assault weapons will be able to transmit information and encrypted data via internet.
21WIRE + The Analyst Report | Ushering in the surveillance grid under the auspices of ‘smart’ technologies.
Jay Dyer | The revolution against man is a unified plan.
21WIRE + The Switch | Google already has hundreds of millions invested in this project, but will it work?
21WIRE + RT | Australian scientists have developed an electronic, long-term memory cell that mimics the human brain.
Patrick Henningsen | The new Google system will list pages on whether their ‘facts’ are true, or false. But whose truth?
Jay Dyer | Transhumanism meets Google – a film which raises some new questions about A.I.
Jay Dyer | A deep indoctrination into ‘doublethink’ characterizes the psyche of modern man.
21WIRE + The Switch | Silicon Valley pioneer issues an apocalyptic warning about machines superseding the human race.
Jay Dyer | The over-arching plan is unified, coherent and geared towards… the end of man.
Jay Dyer | The PreCrime test requires a total surveillance society, something akin to complete panopticism.
Pippa King | Could the machine ultimately analyse whether we are guilty, or innocent?
Jay Dyer | A synthetic anima mundi would have to be constructed, gathering massive amounts of data and information over a long period of time.
Jay Dyer | The Manhattan Project incorporated a vast program concerned with radiation, human exposure and ‘the grand telos’ – engineering resistant, synthetic humanoids.
21WIRE + Al Jazeera | Just how far will ‘science’ go in order to medicate, reduce or erase people’s memories?
Jay Dyer | The deus ex machina of an emergent technological deity supplanting humanity.
21WIRE + The Switch | This is perhaps one of the biggest breakthroughs in terms of communication yet.
Jay Dyer | It will be humans programming A.I. to delete threats in the future.
Jay Dyer | Nolan is back, and his new film, Interstellar, is like ‘Inception’ meets ‘2001: Space Odyssey’ – attempting to go where no film has gone before.