Augmented reality app lets you scan people's FACES and reveal everything about them

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    Blippar is an app that uses your smartphone's camera to reveal more about the world through augmented reality .

    Today, the company behind the app has announced that facial recognition will be introduced so you can scan other people and reveal their profile.

    It's billed as the world's first facial recognition for phones.


    Augmented reality app lets you scan FACES and reveal everything about a person

    The public has been warned for years how technology will eventually take most jobs. That time is now.
    People were also warned when they started protesting and wanting that big 15.00 an hour jobs. Well they got it and their jobs won't last long either. For a few reasons.
    1. Once the pay raise is given because of the cost of Obamacare many soon after were laid off.
    2. The machines are replacing many of these workers anyway.
    Technology is great and it is cool, but when we have a generation of addicts who can't function in society and relate to real people without using an ap............well there becomes an entirely new issue of problems. Many who won't admit it, can't see it, or worse yet we've all been forced into the system in multiple ways.

    From getting paid electronically, the Government has forced most of our hands into this system whether we like it or not.

    The down side to this at some point they can flip a switch and take your very ways of living / survival. We will enter a system where the Government controls what you can or can't have.

    As much as MSM claims infowars is full of it there are multiple articles where this situation was already being warning system of information, but as usual the zombie public wasn't paying attention, or blew it off.
    Examples of those articles go back a few years some are current.

    The Robots Are Coming, And They Are Replacing Warehouse Workers And Fast Food Employees

    FROM 2014

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    The public has been warned for years how technology will eventually take most jobs. That time is now.

    That's what for profit prisons are for, they can turn $40-50K per year per head on hominids there; and in some states they've reverted back to convict leasing and cheap corporate labor. There's your bringing-jobs-back-to-america program.
     
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    Bring back chain gangs. Let 'em work.
     
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    They still have the chain gangs, and slave labor cause we still have prisons lol
     
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    Have someone explain to you the post you're responding to willy.
     
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    I understand it just fine.

    A chain gang is a group of prisoners chained together to perform menial or physically challenging work as a form of punishment. Such punishment might include repairing buildings, building roads, or clearing land. This system existed primarily in the Southern United States, and by 1955 had been phased out nationwide, with Georgia the last state to abandon the practice. Chain gangs were reintroduced by a few states during the "get tough on crime" 1990s, with Alabama being the first state to revive them in 1995. The experiment ended after about one year in all states except Arizona, where in Maricopa County inmates can still volunteer for a chain gang to earn credit toward a high school diploma or avoid disciplinary lockdowns for rule infractions.

    Several jurisdictions in the United States have re-introduced prison labor. In recent years, Maricopa County, Arizona, which includes Phoenix, Arizona, and its Sheriff Joe Arpaio, have drawn attention from human rights groups for the use of chain gangs for both men and women. Arizona's modern chain gangs, rather than chipping rocks, digging ditches or other non-productive tasks, often do work of economic benefit to a correctional department, such as removing trash. Opponents note that the gangs often work outside in oppressive desert heat.

    A year after reintroducing the chain gang in 1995, Alabama was forced to again abandon the practice pending a lawsuit from, among other organizations, the Southern Poverty Law Center. "They realized that chaining them together was inefficient; that it was unsafe", said attorney Richard Cohen of the organization. However, as late as 2000, Alabama Prison Commissioner Ron Jones has again proposed reintroducing the chain gang. The 1995 reintroduction has been called "commercial slavery" by some in academic circles.
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    They are rare occurrences, and no longer a form of punishment. A return to the old style might make prison time less attractive to recidivists.
     
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    Well see that's the thing, you now have a for profit prison industry, a growth industry in america, with corporate lobbyists, faux pre-staged legislation efforts, and all the rest. So this society now has a profit motive to criminalize more behavior, a profit motive for higher crime rates, a profit motive FOR recidivism; empty cells don’t generate revenue. And yeah, in some state they’ve even gone back to convict leasing; we have returned to profiteering from the bondage of hominids.

    The pilot program got rolled out in TN when now Senator Lamar Alexander was governor. He and his sweet wife Honey had stock in CCA at the time.

    Such is american society.
     

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