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There are so many advantages with improved technology in our daily life. With the help of mobile technology we are able to talk to our friends and relatives who are living far from us. With the help of internet, we are able to learn new things and online courses etc. With the help of aviation technology we are able to reach distant places within hours which took years of time to reach in olden days. We are using the all natural resources available for making our life better. With the help of social networking we are able to find our childhood friends, relatives etc. and important events in their life. With the help of information technology we are able to share information to any part of the world with in milliseconds. With progressive technology in the agriculture field, we are able to meet food requirements of people all over the world.

It is a different world than the one in which most of us were raised in, in terms of technology and convenience. Technology is here to stay to make our lives easier. We don’t have to remember phone numbers, look at a map to get where we are going or worry about complaints of “are we there yet?” when we can rely on our devices to inform and entertain us. We can now answer medical questions, get answers to questions like “What does this rash mean?” and make airline reservations, pay bills or compare prices from the convenience of our homes because, “there’s an app for that”.

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Chronological History of Technology and Related Events

Google Suspends Engineer For Sounding Alarm On The Company’s Dangerous ‘Sentient’ AI LaMDA Robot

Google Suspends Engineer For Sounding Alarm On The Company’s Dangerous ‘Sentient’ AI LaMDA Robot

A Google engineer was placed on administrative leave after sounding the alarm on the company’s “sentient” AI robot. Software engineer Blake Lemoine, an employee with Google’s Responsible AI organization began testing Google’s artificial intelligence tool LaMDA — Language Model for Dialogue Application — in the fall of 2021. While testing whether the computer program could be provoked into using discriminatory speech, Lemoine realized LaMDA was more ...
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University Study Reveals Google’s Gmail System in 2020 Election Had Progressively Anti-Conservative Bias

University Study Reveals Google’s Gmail System in 2020 Election Had Progressively Anti-Conservative Bias

A study performed by the Department of Computer Science at North Carolina State University revealed that Google had a material liberal-leaning bias in the 2020 Election.   The day after the 2016 Presidential election the leadership team at Google was caught crying at a company-wide meeting with one exec saying “We lost.” The Gateway Pundit previously reported after the 2016 election on Breitbart.com’s video showing Google execs crying like children after Hillary Clinton lost ...
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The International Elitists Conclude Meeting at The World Government Summit in Dubai (Mar 28-30)

The International Elitists Conclude Meeting at The World Government Summit in Dubai (Mar 28-30)

While much of the “mainstream” world has spent the last few days obsessing over and debating the celebrity spectacle surrounding American actor Will Smith slapping American comedian Chris Rock, the international elitists were meeting in Dubai for the 2022 World Government Summit. From March 28th to the 30th, corporate media journalists, heads of state, and CEOs of some of the most profitable companies in the world met ...
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Study: LED Industry Expert Shines New Light On 5G Safety Mystery

Study: LED Industry Expert Shines New Light On 5G Safety Mystery

5G is being rapidly rolled out globally, despite grave concerns among independent scientists over safety. Very little published evidence exists on the actual health risks. But one pioneering scientist, noted in Who’s Who as a top industry expert, offers an innovative new paper destined to be a benchmark in the quantification and identification of actual radiative properties from antennae. Principia Scientific International (PSI) proudly presents this key study, ...
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Kyle Rittenhouse Verdict: Not Guilty on All Charges

Kyle Rittenhouse Verdict: Not Guilty on All Charges

On August 25, 2020, during Black Lives Matter riots in the small Midwestern city of Kenosha (WI), Rittenhouse and a group of armed volunteers were guarding a car dealership that had been torched the night before. After Rittenhouse put out a fire, he was chased by a rioter named James Rosenbaum, who reached for Rittenhouse’s AR-15-style rifle. Rittenhouse fired four times, hitting Rosenbaum and wounding him ...
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The German Club of Clear Words Report: Exposes the network of individuals and organizations responsible for the COVID scam

The German Club of Clear Words Report: Exposes the network of individuals and organizations responsible for the COVID scam

The video below, by the German Club Der Klaren Worte, or the Club of Clear Words, takes a deep dive into the network of individuals and organizations responsible for the COVID scam. The audio is in German but there is a captioned translation at the bottom of the video. See PDF report HERE LifeSiteNews’ editor’s note: To view English, or other language subtitles in the video, ...
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Whistleblower Provides Proof From Detroit TCF Center that Election Computers Were Connected Online

Whistleblower Provides Proof From Detroit TCF Center that Election Computers Were Connected Online

A brave whistleblower stepped forward and shared an image of a computer that was used at the TCF Center to process absentee ballots from a recent Detroit election. According to our whistleblower, who had access to the room where absentee ballots were being counted, Wayne County election workers were instructed to keep laptops used in the counting facility on “airplane mode” at all times. This was ...
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Government Elections Agency (EAC) Quietly Drops Language Banning Voting Equipment from Connecting to Internet

Government Elections Agency (EAC) Quietly Drops Language Banning Voting Equipment from Connecting to Internet

In recent closed meetings the government’s Election Assistance Commission (EAC) eliminated the requirement that banned voting machines from connecting to the Internet. The AP reported (emphasis added): Key elements of the first federal technology standards for voting equipment in 15 years should be scrapped because language that would have banned the devices from connecting to the internet was dropped after private meetings held with manufacturers, according to a ...
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Trump Announces ‘Major’ Class-Action Lawsuits Against Twitter, Facebook, and Google

Trump Announces ‘Major’ Class-Action Lawsuits Against Twitter, Facebook, and Google

Former President Donald Trump announced Wednesday he is filing lawsuits against Twitter, Facebook, and Google after the firms suspended his social media accounts six months ago over his comments after the Jan. 6 Capitol incident. Speaking from his property in Bedminster, New Jersey, Trump and his team said the lawsuits are about protecting the First Amendment right to free speech. They argued that his rights were denied when the ...
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Biden Admin Uses Emergency Powers for Seizure of the .com Domains of 33 Foreign News Websites

Biden Admin Uses Emergency Powers for Seizure of the .com Domains of 33 Foreign News Websites

On June 22, 2021, a message appeared on the websites of a series of Iranian and regional television networks that claimed their domains had been “seized by the United States Government,” accompanied by the seals of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the US Commerce Department. The US government seizure of the .com domains of 33 foreign news websites, including Press TV, is an outrageous attack ...
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