Technoskeptic Movies Category for Dystopian movies of all sorts including documentaries. We will keep an eye out for your movie posts. Technoskeptic Books Recommended books on the flip side of Technoeuphoria which is sometimes called Technoskepticism. Luminaries "Show me the heroes that the youth of your country look up to, and I will tell you the future of your country.”<br> ― Idowu Koyenikan, <a href="">Wealth for All Africans: How Every African Can Live the Life of Their Dreams</a>
About the Technoskeptic category [Technoskeptic] (3)
Watchdogs sue California over keeping DNA from arrests with no conviction [Technoskeptic] (1)
Your Apps Know Where You Were Last Night, and They’re Not Keeping It Secret [Technoskeptic] (1)
Groundbreaking study examines effects of screen time on kids - 60 Minutes goes inside a landmark government study of young minds to see if phones, tablets and other screens are impacting adolescent brain development [Technoskeptic] (1)
‘Brain TRANSPARENCY’ AI expert warns against LOSING JOBS over THOUGHTS [Technoskeptic] (1)
The Man Making Art From Government Surveillance | WAMU [Technoskeptic] (1)
Mastercard and Microsoft have a frightening plan to create universal “digital identities” [Technoskeptic] (1)
Dr. Robert Epstein: Google Has the ‘Power to Flip Elections in a Way that No One Can Trace’ [Technoskeptic] (1)
'1984' — on Steroids - Privacy is dead. It's death is best described as a homicide committed by tech titans [Technoskeptic] (1)
Big Brother, Embedded And Unregulated: The Dark Side Of AI And Facial Recognition [Technoskeptic] (1)
Is the Chinese billionaire Jack Ma using AI to create dystopian cities? | Alfie [Technoskeptic] (1)
AP Exclusive: First gene-edited babies claimed in China [Technoskeptic] (2)
UK Police Use AI System to Stop Crime Before It Happens [Technoskeptic] (1)
Federal Agency Begins Inquiry Into Auto Lenders’ Use of GPS Tracking [Technoskeptic] (1)
‘Creepy Line' (Movie) Explores Disturbing Power of Google and Facebook | National Review [Technoskeptic] (1)
Google Reveals Plans to Monitor Our Moods, Our Movements, and Our Children's [Technoskeptic] (1)
Pictures of a Gone City, Tech and the Dark Side of Prosperity in the San Francisco Bay Area - Richard A. Walker [Technoskeptic Books] (1)
Infowars Predicted It: China Social Credit Score To Go Nationwide by 2020 [Technoskeptic] (1)
‘Electric shocks & broken bones’: Amazon workers to protest ‘inhuman’ conditions [Technoskeptic] (1)
How To Fix The Future - Andrew Keen - "So what Kahle calls "unaccountable online survelliance" is business as usual in Silicon Valley" [Technoskeptic Books] (1)
Brave New World - Aldous Huxley - “Words can be like X-rays if you use them properly -- they’ll go through anything. You read and you’re pierced.” [Technoskeptic Books] (1)
Who Owns The Future - Jaron Lanier - “When machines get incredibly cheap to run, people seem correspondingly expensive.” [Technoskeptic Books] (1)
The Revenge Of Analog - David Sax - “Don’t undertake a project unless it is manifestly important and nearly impossible.” [Technoskeptic Books] (1)
Science, The Glorious Entertainment - Jacques Barzun - "For the educated, the authority of science rested on the strictness of its method; for the mass, it rested on its powers of explanation. " [Technoskeptic Books] (1)
Robots Are Killing People. How Worried Should We Be? [Technoskeptic] (1)
'Enough Is Enough:' Amazon Workers Aimed to Turn Black Friday Into a Day of Protests in Europe [Technoskeptic] (1)
Brazil - Terry Gilliam - "Don't fight it son. Confess quickly! If you hold out too long you could jeopardize your credit rating." Guard [Technoskeptic Movies] (1)
They Live (1988) – John Nada: "I have come here to chew bubblegum and kick ass - and I'm all out of bubblegum." [Technoskeptic Movies] (1)
Kiwi Mark Sagar and Team Make Evolving Baby AI - #dystopia, #technoskeptic, #orwell [Technoskeptic] (2)
AI and Automation Will Replace Most Human Workers Because They Don't Have to Be Perfect—Just Better Than You [Technoskeptic] (1)