[audio mp3="http://www.corbettreport.com/mp3/2019-01-10%20James%20Evan%20Pilato.mp3"][/audio]This week on the New World Next Week: 2019 kicks off with an autonomous car killing an autonomous robot; a CDC expert confirms the vaccine/autism link; and the US prepares first-ever Okinawa missile drill.
[audio mp3="http://www.corbettreport.com/mp3/2018-12-06%20James%20Evan%20Pilato.mp3"][/audio]This week on the New World Next Week: more robot propaganda rolls out with chicken dispensers in Japan; Brexit poses pesticide problems for the UK; and the MSM freaks out about Italy's sacking of the health board.
[audio mp3="http://www.corbettreport.com/mp3/2018-09-13%20James%20Evan%20Pilato.mp3"][/audio]This week on the New World Next Week: Norway admits they made a terrible mistake in Libya; ready or not, killer robot black markets are on the way; and Little Free Libraries take the world by storm.
Sophia the robot is not a "she." But if the powers-that-shouldn't-be get their way we will soon be marrying our sex robots and having fewer babies than ever. It's time to put the brakes on this crazy train.
We Are Change In this video, Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange gives you the latest breaking news on the robots that are coming and will create huge social economic changes to our way of life. With technological advancement, artificial intelligence and automation, humanity will face new problems. Talk about a universal basic income, increased wealth inequality and a jobless future are becoming more of a reality.
You know that feeling you get when you catch a glimpse of the future that we are being socially engineered to accept? Of course you do. We encounter it with more and more frequency in our everyday lives here on the cusp of the New World Disorder. Today James provides an example from everyday life here in Japan and asks for a word for that particular sense of unease we get when we encounter the thin edge of the social engineer's wedge.
Avions ou hélicoptères sans pilotes, robots tueurs ou démineurs, ces engins ont investi les champs de bataille des armées modernes. C’est déjà une réalité. Mais l’évolution rapide des techniques permet de voir encore plus loin. Les robots sont de plus en plus autonomes, ils pourraient le devenir totalement dans un avenir qui ne relève pas En savoir plus
"In the 1980s it was the personal computer - came out of the garage, changed the world. In the 1990s it was the web. The next big device to wander into our lives is robots,” he told the Sunday Times. "We may find we are absolutely dependent upon these electronic insects and that we don't even know we are dependent upon them until something breaks. "I sometimes wonder if the very rich can live, on average, 20 years longer than the poor. That's 20 more years of earning and saving. Think about wealth and power and the advantages that you pass on to your children."