Thursday, July 21, 2011

The NSA Thought Police

The United States National Security Agency (NSA) has created an artificial intelligence system linked to the internet 1 and 2 as well as every database on the planet.  Using With the entire world's computing power as a electronic  brain, the new NSA artificial intelligence (AI) thinking machine will be able to predict future behavior of all humans based on all phone calls, credit card receipts, social networks, such as, Facebook, MySpace, Goolge+, GPS sat tracks, all cell phone geolocation data, current to the second, Internet searches, Amazon book purchases,  and all bridge and toll booth records.

This NSA machine is called Aquaint, which stands for "Advanced QUestion Answering for INTelligence."  The precursor to the Aquaint project was the  Total Information Awareness project an off shot of the United States Advanced Research and Development Activity (DARPA) black budget projects in the 1980's under Ronald Regan.  The Aquaint project was previously headed by John Prange, an NSA scientist at the Advanced Research and Development Activity. Now, the head of programs at Aquaint is classified.

The NSA project later morphed into the newly named the Disruptive Technology Office, which has now morphed into the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA).

The NSA the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA) is being designed as a learning machine which will eavesdrop and perform other classified spycraft. The NSA IARPA, with a hugely expanded black budget, will  move into its new 120,000-square-foot home at M Square Research Park in College Park, Maryland.  Two million-square-feet, packed into a 128-acre complex, adject to the University of Maryland.

It seems that George Orwell's nightmare future novel 1984, where all mankind is robbed of all free-thought, privacy, and free-emotion by Big Brother Thought Police was not so far off the mark. 

"The motto of the United States NSA is...

   "The best slaves are the ones who don't even know they are slaves..."

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