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Has it produced a minority report yet?
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post #32 of 77
And here is a photo of that "machine"

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Originally Posted by finalturismo View Post
So pretty much in the future we are going to be living in some high tech control system.

Were there are cameras on every corner, thumb print scanners in the schools,
Precrime detection systems, every email you send is read, every foot step you take is tracked, every word you say is recorded, full body scans at the airports, you must have an implant to buy or sell.

A robotic population were individual views are mocked and scalded.
A world were the economy is destroy, and everyone is struggling to get by.
Everyday we must live in fear of the individual (terrorist)

A world that lives under The UN sustainable development program, were countries are limited to how fast they can grow economically.

Were food and water consumption is limited

Were resources such as steel, copper, nickel, gold, silver and wood are limited

A world were we must all work to survive and nothing more.

Enjoy the future, because you were too stupid to wake up to it before.


Thats my view of the future , call me crazy

But you if you follow trends, this where it points to.


bingo, this times 10000000000%

its not your opinion of the future when that is what will really happen

and did anyone else think of this when they read about it

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What if it turns out to be wrong?
    
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What if it turns out to be wrong?
Then it will be wrong? I'm not sure why people think the technology itself is such a bad idea. Sure, if it is used to arrest and charge someone before they have done anything then I can get behind a whole conspiracy and the rights issue.

The technology itself, however, is very neat and can allow for much safer things in many aspects of our lives. A surgeon can be sure his patient is actually okay during a surgery rather than having to rely on them to warn you before they freak out. There are many applications that this could be used for that AREN'T for big-brother uses.

ZOMG, larger storage capacities in drives means the government can make a super server that can store more information about us. So should we not make larger capacity drives?
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post #36 of 77
Holy crap this is just like futurama lol


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and did anyone else think of this when they read about it

haha i totally did
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Then it will be wrong? I'm not sure why people think the technology itself is such a bad idea. Sure, if it is used to arrest and charge someone before they have done anything then I can get behind a whole conspiracy and the rights issue.

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That is the bit I am worried about. You are right about the surgery thing though.
    
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I am not in support for this sort of thing. But I'm curious what "intends to do harm" means in terms of instrument responses?

And how do they know that someone in their field test intended to do harm? Is this something that is supposed to be detecting subterfuge, in the way that lie detectors work? i.e., does it do the deciding first, or is someone picked up already, and then it's implemented?

It's the sad truth that people are living in deceit everyday--if all this does is pick up on that, then we're going to be locking up people for walking around thinking about how they're cheating on their wives or husbands.

Thanks but no thanks...
    
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Something that's developed for good, is used for evil eventually.
Like Furbies.
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I liked the book better than the movie, as usual. The book, IMHO, had a better ending.
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