Monday, October 5, 2015

If You Are Reading This You Are Part of the Resistance

Commander Blakemore finally gets Surface Camera working again near primary entryway.
 First Image. Needs more bloom.
How to take down the coming 4th generation wave of killer 'bots.

The spider 'bots are the scariest because soon they are going to be able to climb horizontal surfaces. Obstacles designed to stop humans on foot may not work against them at all. Swarm intelligence flying drones will also be a major drag.


Sven Johnson said...

Fire Base Alaska, standing by.

Sam said...

I'm fairly sure I posted this link before but for those that haven't seen it. It's very scary/enlightening/hopeful??? Dennis M. Bushnell, chief scientist at NASA Langley Research Center, whose job is to take a look at tech today and extrapolate it. This is no wild flying cars stuff. Purely based on present technology that's been refined a little.
Dennis M. Bushnell, Future Strategic Issues/Future Warfare [Circa 2025]

Page 19 shows capability of the human brain and time line for human level computation.
Page 70 gives the computing power trend and around 2025 we get human level computation for $1000.

2025 is bad but notice it says"...By 2030, PC has collective computing power of a town full of human

The real problem is not that the machine is smart it's that it has no empathy for humans. How does empathy work? I don't think anyone knows. It's hard enough to program intelligence. We know people with no empathy cause all sorts of problems. What about psychopathic super machines. It's frightening.

I watched Ex Machina. It was EXACTLY what I'm talking about. I thought the movie was good but it's not a rootin tootin blast-em up special like most movies these days. Very subtle. I liked it though. You might...cough, able to find it somewhere.

On the gripping hand(obscure space opera sci-fi reference)the same tech they use to control us can be used to fight back. After all we can make drones too. Buy them as toys. Frequency skipping quadcoptors or even better light controlled with a high flying GPS relay that shines down control data from higher to a smaller attack drone. How about this, ultraviolet lasers that run in open air made of aluminum foil and acrylic sheet. See Homemade T.E.A. Lasers.

Jebediah Kerman said...

It's comming.