Rise of the ma­chines

The Observer - - YOUR SAY -

HU­MAN­ITY is be­ing en­gulfed with ar­ti­fi­cial in­tel­li­gence para­pher­na­lia that is ex­pen­sive to buy and main­tain, which of­ten be­comes ob­so­lete when new para­pher­na­lia is pro­duced. (Scam­ming.)

We have a plethroa of gad­getry, iPads, tablets, smart­phones, talk­ing fridges, smart TVs, watches, WI FI , com­put­ers, etc.

On the sub­ject of com­put­ers, as well as the other gad­gets, re­quire power, ei­ther mains power or bat­tery.

Com­put­ers, iPads and tablets lend them­selves to a wide range of crim­i­nal man­i­fes­ta­tions ie the hack­ing of per­sonal, fi­nan­cial in­for­ma­tion, iden­tity theft and theft of per­sonal fi­nances.

We have over­looked the best and safest com­puter that was ever made. It is called a BRAIN, it can store more in­for­ma­tion than any com­puter made can.

It cre­ates its own power sup­ply, it is not sub­ject to cli­mate in­ter­fer­ence or power black­outs. Med­i­cal con­di­tions and death are the only chinks in its func­tion.

The brain is an amaz­ing or­gan – it keeps work­ing 24-hours a day, seven days a week, 52 weeks a year from be­fore you leave the womb right up un­til you vote La­bor. NWH Timms, Bun­gun­darra

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