Tag Archives: Nicholas West

ActivistPost – Nicholas West – The Era Of Cyborg Nanotechnology Has Begun – 11 August 2014

Logo_activistpost-comTechnology seems to be on a runaway course either to free humanity or to enslave us. On one end we see massive continued investment in replacing humans with robots, both economically and socially.

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ActivistPost – Nicholas West – Artificial Intelligence Researchers Want Survival Of The Fittest For Robots – 4 May 2014

Logo_activistpost-comWorldwide neuroscience research conducted under Obama’s BRAIN project, as well as similar research sponsored by the European Union exceeds $1 billion combined. The goal is nothing short of decoding the human brain. While there are many embedded initiatives associated with this type of research, the production of artificial intelligence that can rival or even surpass humans is at the forefront.

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ActivistPost – Nicholas West – “Within 5 Years” – Robot Replacement Of Human Workers Predicted To Accelerate – 7 April 2014

Logo_activistpost-comIt has previously been theorized that all humans will be outsourced to robots by the 2045 date of The Singularity. However, we already are seeing the rapid replacement of workers in a wide variety of areas, and it is having an undeniable economic impact.

The science of artificial intelligence is being fully embraced by all of the major tech companies. With such investment behind various robotic and A.I. initiatives, we are beginning to see a strong acceleration toward replacing humans as completely as possible.

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ActivistPost – Nicholas West – Biotech Seeking Ways To Make People Suffer Eternally – 15 March 2014

Logo_activistpost-comIf there is any question left about the God complex with which some scientists are afflicted, it is answered with this latest news. England’s prestigious Oxford University has been the site of ongoing research into life extension technology using various methods, one of which includes a drug that can distort a person’s sense of time in order to literally create a feeling of eternal damnation.

A recent article discussing the work of Dr. Rebecca Roache opens with one line: “Sentencing a criminal to 1,000 years in an artificial hell may one day become a reality.” And, according to researchers, that day could be quite soon.

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ActivistPost – Nicholas West – Facebook Interested In Solar Drones For Global Internet – 5 March 2014

Logo_activistpost-comEven as the debate intensifies over the scope of drone warfare and surveillance, significant upgrades continue and the drone industry booms. The trend is toward a future of autonomous fleets of large-scale war fighters combined with increasing miniaturization that will make drone tech part of the fabric of our everyday lives.

The latest developments focus on ways to not only get these new drone models aloft via remote control, or through their own autonomous decisions, but how to keep them there for as long as possible – perhaps even permanently – by harvesting power from the environment.

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ActivistPost – Nicholas West – Amazon Patents The Use Of Predictive Behavior Technology For Future Shipments – 18 January 2014

Logo_activistpost-comYesterday I wrote an article about a new Facebook game developed by the world’s largest technical organization, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). The goal of the game is to measure interest in certain technologies in order to predict future trends that are worth investing in. Continue reading

Activist Post – Nicholas West – Pet Cyborgs Created In DIY Neuroscience Project – 9 October 2013

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One would not ordinarily think that cockroach abuse would be at the top of the list of ethics concerns, but a new project called RoboRoach is making waves in the neuroscience community. Continue reading