Imagine being the real-life Tony Stark: A billionaire, jet-setting tech whiz playboy who's developing the multi-billion-dollar rockets that will not only privatize space travel but help get humanity to Mars. And imagine you announce the whole thing
Wicked Lasers' latest gadget is one of the most mesmerizing and compelling toys we've played with in a long, long time. It's also extremely dangerous, powerful enough to pop balloons, etch patterns on wood, and surely fry the odd retina if used incor
After the revelation that Google executives had been caught on tape admitting to election theft and the intent to do it again in 2020, I heard from Pat Wood, the nation's foremost technocracy expert and we had a conversation for the ages. This is a d
Mobile-phone technology has changed the way humans understand and interact with the world and with each other. It's hard to think of a technology that has more strongly shaped 21st-century living.
Earlier this year, a U.S. congressional committee commissioned a report on China's development of "smart cities," with a particular focus on whether they were smarter than their American counterparts.
Automated facial recognition poses one of the greatest threats to individual freedom and should be banned from use in public spaces, according to the director of the campaign group Liberty.
Former CEO of Google and Chairman of Alphabet, Eric Schmidt is a member of the Trilateral Commission, as is founding member Kissinger. The Commission has been the primary driver of Technocracy since 1973. ? TN Editor
How much more financial plundering can Americans endure before America is declared an outright Oligarchy and the middle class declared dead?
Red pill or blue pill? You decide. Twenty years after the Wachowskis' iconic 1999 film, The Matrix, introduced us to a futuristic world in which humans exist in a computer-simulated non-reality powered by authoritarian machines--a world where t
The European Union today published a set of guidelines on how companies and governments should develop ethical applications of artificial intelligence.
The great majority of citizens do not trust the Internet of Things for two big reasons: lack of security and data privacy. Technocrats won't correct this without legally mandated legislation. ? TN Editor
More and more mainstream journalists are writing about China's main dystopian export: all-seeing surveillance. While not perceived as Technocracy per se, they are connecting the dots as they watch multiple nations following in China's footsteps.
Toronto is learning the hard way about Public-Private Partnerships with the likes of Google-linked Sidewalk Labs. Smart City construction in its Quayside district is costly compared to traditional urban design, and data privacy is still an open siev
Ernest explains the truth behind the Technocratic Enslavement coming... Command and Control to drain us of as much freedom and Money as possible
Andrew Yang, a 44-year-old affable technocrat, is leading a rather whimsical presidential run, fused with a litany of policy proposals tackling every aspect of American life.
. "The owners of the platform giants consider themselves the masters of the universe, but in fact they are slaves to preserving their dominant position ... Davos is a good place to announce that their days are numbered."
Google placed big bets on fiber optic cable installation but now is leaving cities in the lurch by abandoning the entire effort. Instead, Google is now relying on 5G infrastructure to manage its expansion. ? TN Editor
Separating the futuristic from the dystopian in the minds of the general public can be a challenge, particularly when trying to conceptualise a diverse technology such as AI recognition.
If cities are to effectively manage the vast amounts of data they collect from internet of things (IoT) devices, they need to take a holistic approach and break down silos, speakers said during a panel discussion at Smart Cities Connect in Denver las
The trend for universal biometric identification is racing forward. Europe will soon add its population to the estimated 3.6 billion citizens globally that will carry a biometric national ID card by 2021. In addition, the UN has mandated that all hum