Newly-Released MKUltra Docs: The CIA Made Remote-Controlled Dogs With Brain Surgery

Author Mac Slavo The Central Intelligence Agency made six remote-controlled dogs as a part of their MKULTRA “behavior modification” or mind control program.  Using brain surgery, newly requested documents show that the dogs were “field operational” and controlled by human beings. The CIA marked the 65th anniversary of the launch of Project MKULTRA. Read more…

DeepMind's AlphaZero now showing human-like intuition in historical 'turning point' for AI

DeepMind’s AlphaZero Now Showing Human-Like Intuition in Historical ‘Turning Point’ for AI

DeepMind’s artificial intelligence programme AlphaZero is now showing signs of human-like intuition and creativity, in what developers have hailed as ‘turning point’ in history. The computer system amazed the world last year when it mastered the game of chess from scratch within just four hours, despite not being programmed how to win. But Read more…

National Facial Recognition Database To Use Loyalty Rewards To Identify American Shoppers

National Facial Recognition Database To Use Loyalty Rewards To Identify American Shoppers

National Facial Recognition Database To Use Loyalty Rewards To Identify American Shoppers A recent article in Biometric Update. com (BU) reveals that retail stores have a master plan to convince Americans to accept facial biometrics. BU interviewed four facial biometric company CEO’s and what they revealed is frightening. The article starts off innocuously Read more…

This New Supercomputer Is Now The World's Fastest Brain Mimicking Machine

This New Supercomputer Is Now The World’s Fastest Brain Mimicking Machine

This New Supercomputer Is Now The World’s Fastest Brain Mimicking Machine SpiNNaker can simulate more neurons in real time than any other computer on Earth. Scientists just activated the world’s biggest “brain”: a supercomputer with a million processing cores and 1,200 interconnected circuit boards that together operate like a human Read more…

The Pentagon Will Spend $2 Billion Advancing Artificial Intelligence Weaponry

The Pentagon Will Spend $2 Billion Advancing Artificial Intelligence Weaponry

The Pentagon Will Spend $2 Billion Advancing Artificial Intelligence Weaponry Officials say they want computers to be capable of explaining their decisions to military commanders The Defense Department’s cutting-edge research arm has promised to make the military’s largest investment to date in artificial intelligence (AI) systems for U.S. weaponry, committing Read more…