Blog/Technology

A Device the Size of a Postage Stamp Could Store Every Book in Existence

Data storage is rapidly shrinking. Now, a team of nanoscientists led by Sander Otte at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands has just announced the [...]

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Computer Charlatans?

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; One cannot ignore the number of people who are pretending to have AI computer systems when they have no computer skills whatsoever and [...]

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EU Wants to Charge Social Security Taxes on Robots As If They Were People

Japan’s Toshiba 6502.T robot has taken on human form and visitors to the world’s biggest travel show in March were greeted by a lifelike robot. Under [...]

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Claude Frédéric Bastiat – The Father of Libertarianism

Claude Frédéric Bastiat (b. 1801-1850) was a French, classical liberal theorist, political economist, Freemason, and member of the French National Assembly whose [...]

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Upside-Down Statistics — What is Down, May Be Up

The Nonfarm Payrolls came in substantially lower than expected. The dollar dropped with gold rising, but the Dow did not crash on the open in the same percentage [...]

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The Wave of Deflation & Rising Unemployment

QUESTION: Marty, years ago you did a chart showing the projection for unemployment. I believe I understand what you were projection for the company I work for has [...]

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Can You be Forced to Incriminate Yourself With Your Phone of Computer?

The government is dancing between the raindrops. The 5th Amendment states that you cannot be compelled to testify against yourself. You have the right to remain [...]

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X-ray Eyes: Coming to a Store Near You

Are you ready for this one? Google was approved for a patent where they can remove the lenses in your eye, fill it with fluid, and then place a device in there. [...]

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The Dangerous Ability to Create Propaganda

The technology that has emerged to create political propaganda convincing enough to launch wars has crossed the threshold of becoming highly dangerous. The people [...]

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Computer Models for Predictive Policing

  QUESTION: Hello Marty, What is your opinion on predictive policing? Have you been involved in this? I heard of a company selling software to police [...]

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