Our “Tech Overlords” have a plan for the public but not everyone will advance to the next round of this game. When they look at it, so many of us are taking up space on their planet.
As the arrogance of a new digital version of the 1940s “paper, please” paradigm began, people woke up to the slow entry of technology into their lives. As the growth of artificial intelligence explodes in the mainstream, we find ourselves in an unassuming position in the hope that those running projects will remember their humanity and prevent this process from taking control of a dystopia in science-fiction.
Investigator journalist Whitney Webb asks if privacy can be a legacy of the past, or can we also establish our rights as sovereign citizens of the world and take what is right for us?