Why you could be fired for refusing to use fingerprint or face scanners

Anuja Nadkarni - 05:00, Jan 03 2020 Face or fingerprint scanning systems in the workplace could replace swipe cards, and companies could sack workers who refused to use them. Facial recognition technology is already in use at airports, but it's also being employed by companies including SkyCity, Foodstuffs and The Warehouse to watch customers. Employers can use … Continue reading Why you could be fired for refusing to use fingerprint or face scanners

Gene Therapy, ‘Medical Chips’ Top Advances Predicted for 2018

This will be the year of the “medical chip.” That’s the prediction of leading health expert Dr. Michael Roizen, chief wellness officer at the prestigious Cleveland Clinic and a regular Newsmax Health contributor. “We will be using more computer chip technology or silicon chips to improve health whether internally to communicate with an insulin pump … Continue reading Gene Therapy, ‘Medical Chips’ Top Advances Predicted for 2018

Huge A.I. Conference Wonders How “Ethical Conscience” Can Be Engineered Into The Living Image Of The Beast – ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE SEEKS AN ETHICAL CONSCIENCE

LEADING ARTIFICIAL-INTELLIGENCE RESEARCHERS gathered this week for the prestigious Neural Information Processing Systems conference have a new topic on their agenda. Alongside the usual cutting-edge research, panel discussions, and socializing: concern about AI’s power. The issue was crystallized in a keynote from Microsoft researcher Kate Crawford Tuesday. The conference, which drew nearly 8,000 researchers to Long Beach, California, … Continue reading Huge A.I. Conference Wonders How “Ethical Conscience” Can Be Engineered Into The Living Image Of The Beast – ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE SEEKS AN ETHICAL CONSCIENCE

Last Day Signs Keep Piling Up

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TRACK THIS! OLYMPIANS NOW FACE IMPLANTED CHIPS

The head of an association of Olympic athletes wants to require anyone who participates in the Summer or Winter Games to be implanted with a tracking chip to prevent the use of performance-enhancing drugs. Mike Miller, CEO of the World Olympians Association, remarked recently at an anti-doping forum in London that athletes should accept digital implants or be barred from … Continue reading TRACK THIS! OLYMPIANS NOW FACE IMPLANTED CHIPS