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Technology is taking an ever larger role in the systems we rely on every day. The military is not immune to this, and in fact helps push forward innovation if it benefits them. Multiple projects funded by DARPA prove this.

However, we have seen a fictional take on where too much reliance on machines and automation can lead. Yes, I’m referring to Skynet as depicted in the Terminator movies. Now it seems the US Department of Defense is heading in exactly that direction with its research projects and investment.

Zachary J. Lemnios holds the position of Assistant Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering in the US Government. Yesterday he released a letter entitled, “The Department of Defense Is Placing a Big Bet on Big Data.” through a new government site called the Defense Innovation Marketplace. It broadly outlines how new systems are being developed and brought online to “understand and interpret” the growing amount of data being gathered by military sensors.

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Lulz, like right out of a movie eh?
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What could possibly go wrong?

Oh wait...we know exactly what could.
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What could possibly go wrong?

Oh wait...we know exactly what could.
^ this. It will be interesting for sure!
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I've been trying to inform the masses on this subject for years now. But constantly get called a "conspiracy theorist" please people open your eyes to the hand of enslavement and constant monitoring that is being put in place every day.

This is not good for we the people as I've said before they use Google to be their data miner. So when you think "Oh google won't do anything with my information" yeaaaaa riiiiighhhhtttt. That's why the government is stonewalling requests for the NSA's involvement/connections with Google.

Call me crazy but as time progresses you'll see that I'm more and more correct as we more forward.

And for mods, I really don't think that I've made any political statements so please don't censor me by deleting my post.
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It all makes sense now... UK with their BILLIONS of spy cameras are the testing grounds for the latest eye sensors. The Middle East is a proving ground for controlled bots with guns. The lack of Space development in the eye of the general population is masking the construction of an all encompassing virtual satellite net with missiles and lazzzors. Sweden with their "Pirate" drones are testing mini flying craft for self guided missions.

Oh crap! The world government is going to strike at any moment!
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What could possibly go wrong?
Oh wait...we know exactly what could.

Oh well... -violin plays- To Mars we go!
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It all makes sense now... UK with their BILLIONS of spy cameras are the testing grounds for the latest eye sensors. The Middle East is a proving ground for controlled bots with guns. The lack of Space development in the eye of the general population is masking the construction of an all encompassing virtual satellite net with missiles and lazzzors. Sweden with their "Pirate" drones are testing mini flying craft for self guided missions.

Oh crap! The world government is going to strike at any moment!

I'm actually glad you said this as I haven't thought about it in that way. But I will say though that the drones part should've been included with the middle east part.

But yes, there is a push for world governance.
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I've been trying to inform the masses on this subject for years now. But constantly get called a "conspiracy theorist" please people open your eyes to the hand of enslavement and constant monitoring that is being put in place every day.
This is not good for we the people as I've said before they use Google to be their data miner. So when you think "Oh google won't do anything with my information" yeaaaaa riiiiighhhhtttt. That's why the government is stonewalling requests for the NSA's involvement/connections with Google.
Call me crazy but as time progresses you'll see that I'm more and more correct as we more forward.
And for mods, I really don't think that I've made any political statements so please don't censor me by deleting my post.

Humans tend to not learn their lessons until they learn them the hard way!
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this popped into my head when I saw the title....


Scary! It's one of those human nature things, "don't worry, it could never happen..."
Edited by kyle7412 - 3/30/12 at 12:49pm
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