biometrics and liberty (3)

1 Name: citations welcome : 2013-03-30 09:53 ID:qCjwlbZl This thread was merged from the former /politics/ board. You can view the archive here.

Will advances in pervasive biometrics (and idiosyncratic discrimination) compromise cognitive liberty, diversity and personal security? Will the future look bleak for minorities? Will the world be polarised with people to whom the development of the world has prompted their power dominance and who can grasp out onto transhumanist technology, and cryptoanarchists, whereas everyone else just fails, unless those others decide to give them some protection at their whim (unlikely).

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3 Name: Citizen : 2014-10-17 05:59 ID:4CVapyDH

> transhumanist

haha.. AHAHAHAH!! HA....

maybe replacing everyone with computers that are just simulations of sapient life but not actually sapient (philosophical zombies) is a huge mistake, but we're nowhere near that point yet

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