In 2014, a hacker made news when he was able to use electronic images of Germany’s Defense Minister to recreate a thumbprint and accurate retinal image that could be used to hack biometric authentication. All he needed were high resolution images taken with a digital camera and off-the-shelf software. A study recently done in Japan… Continue reading Digital images become perfect tool for biometric hacking
Many, including myself, have been wondering for awhile why famous technology gurus are hyping up the possibility of “Terminator” or “I, Robot” scenarios where artificial intelligence (AI) kills and/or conquers humans. What’s their ultimate endgame? Well, the other shoe has dropped, thanks to Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and Space X. Musk has proposed that… Continue reading Tesla’s Elon Musk: Microchip implants can stop AI takeover
Days after Facebook’s Zuckerberg met with conservatives to placate their concerns about censorship–resulting in Glenn Beck shamelessly kissing up to Zuckerberg in the media–the popular technology companies, such as the ones listed in the headline above, have signed onto the EU’s hate speech initiative. It’s purpose is to censor on social media and the Internet… Continue reading Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, & Microsoft move to quash online speech disagreeable to NWO
The Czech Republic now has 11 citizens who have voluntarily gotten microchip implants placed inside their hands. They use the NFC-chip to unlock the doors to their homes and to make Bitcoin payments anywhere a chip reader is available and Bitcoins are accepted. When they received the implants through a needle between their thumb and… Continue reading Microchip madness: human implanting slowly grows in popularity
After using “new computerized image processing and document analysis techniques, including machine learning algorithms,” to digitally analyze ancient ceramic pottery shards called ostraca discovered in Israel, archaeologists have concluded that Judah was a very literate civilization before Nebuchadnezzar destroyed Jerusalem and took the Judahites into captivity in 586 BC. The ostraca date back to around… Continue reading Scholars find that literacy in Judah was common before Babylonian captivity
Apple just scored a victory over its privacy concerns about unlocking iPhones at the request of government agencies. In a New York federal case today, a judge ruled that Apple was not required to unlock the security access to an Asian drug dealer’s iPhone 5c. The judge felt that the argument by the government that… Continue reading NY federal judge rules Apple doesn’t have to unlock drug dealer’s iPhone
“What we have developed is a very versatile smart chip that can process data, analyse patterns and spot the difference. It is about a hundred times more efficient than current processing chips on the market. It will lead to more compact medical wearable devices, such as portable ECG monitoring devices and neural implants, since we no… Continue reading Could this wireless smart chip lead to a dumb, hackable brain?