Monday, 6 October 2014

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Ugly actors masquerading as politicians and diplomats is proof positive of a mad world and FCUKd systems
The security services can't be trusted not to abuse the powers they already have, but the government is always ready to give them more.
They must have blackmail dossiers on all MPs  ..... Red Bren
What appears to be missing in abundance in the spooky stealthy intelligences services is prime administerial leadership to any number of unfolding realities which are more perfectly micro macro managed and beautifully effectively under their own services servers virtually remote and constantly mentoring and monitoring anonymous command and control.
Maybe the new guy at MI6 will have more of a clue as to what to do/needs to be done to rule imperiously with invisible reign and intangible reins.
Or maybe Charles will charge the Palace to start doing IT right with a call for appointments of a right royal rolls royce style of cyber support and postmodernist intelligence supply.
Certainly things could be and need to be fundamentally reassessed and radically reconfigured to ensure that the lowest common denominator set aren't bungling and fumbling with levers of power.

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Re: Ugly actors masquerading as politicians and diplomats is proof positive ....
Proof positive of certain things being fundamentally reassessed and radically reconfigured to ensure that the lowest common denominator set aren't bungling and fumbling with levers of power? ...... As of 2011, the Air Force has to process 1500 hours of full-motion video and 1500 still images every day. As there are not enough humans available to process the data, Michael Donley, the Secretary of the Air Force, described the situation as ‘unsustainable’.
So the US has made enormous investments into global intelligence gathering that it cannot exploit due to lack of manpower. It is recognised, as I will argue below, that machines can only replace some aspects of human cognition. But it is a reasonable expectation that there will be a massive military interest in a neuroscience that promises to make human cognition automatically exploitable. As an expansion of staff matching the expansion of data is so expensive as to be unlikely, neurotechnology will be a strategically important tool as a remedy for the manpower scarcity described by Donley. Of course, Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is a major beneficiary of the US President’s April 2013 initiative to invest into brain research. .... http://lril.oxfordjournals.org/content/2/2/201.full?keytype=ref&ijkey=Q1KAdy8OVIJl713#fn-6
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