Perhaps, you happen to be unaware but there is however an advanced research division for future technologies allotted to the US Government intelligence agencies and industrial intelligence complex. It’s called IARPA which is an ingenious concept depending on the DARPA model; Heavy Risk – High Gain approach to advanced research and development. Which enables sense right, especially considering we reside in a world fraught with cyber hackers, corporate espionage, and terrorists. This implies our intelligence agencies should be on your ball, and they must be right 100% of the time even though the evil-doers simply have to obtain it right once you discover.

Now then, consider if you will the massive level of data we are collecting on individual citizens today online. Not just that, but everyone presently has a brilliant phone, an e-mail address, and possibly a few social media pages. Folks also make comments on articles they read in the media into little boxes and press the submit button. As it is really simple to determine who someone is founded on their ISP address, their social media profile, their cellular phone number, and how they write – it is very very easy to do threat assessment to find out if they may be a threat risk.

Today, the artificial intelligent computers which collect all of this data have not been optimized or programmed everything well, and for that reason they are flagging far too many false positives. However every time someone gets away using a crime against humanity, a terrorist act, a hacking event, a criminal act, and even spying the authorities could go back and look at their types of operation, their writings, and gain clues to the human psyche that goes in addition to such folks. And every time the artificial intelligent computers get better at guesstimating within a close tolerance of probability the sort of individuals they are searching for – the greater they are going to work. If you are IARPA wouldn’t you look into this?

Okay so, as this has all but going on quite a long time it makes sense these artificial intelligent computers are obtaining rather efficient at the Lone Wolf assessment (Lone Wolf could possibly be someone like the Unabomber as an example). Consider the lone wolf because the hardest form of terrorist to discover, somebody who works alone, has hardly any communication using the rest of the world, detailed plans which can be never shared with anyone, and for that reason few clues to give them, or few associates, Facebook friends, or collaborators to transform them in. Therefore it is very difficult to end up in their brains and learn what they’re thinking without contacting them beneath the auspice of some important reason apart from the specific surveillance.

To put it differently it will take manpower, and a really good story to even get to a point to speak to this kind of individual. However because everyone is connected now and everybody will be able to be geo-tracked, and it has an e-mail address, or possibly a Facebook page there are numerous strategies to get in touch with these folks. The only issue using that is manpower. Therefore it’s obvious that down the road artificial intelligent computers, true artificial intelligence depending on Alan Turing’s famous AI test (the ability of your computer to fool a human into thinking that it is actually conversing with another human) – will contact they and start up some form of conversation.

The easiest method to do this could be for your artificial intelligent computer to sift through all of the data, including each of the writings that may have been posted in forums, in reaction to online media articles, as well as the postings on blogs, and social networking pages. Following that the artificial intelligent computer are able to use the individual’s own words, and modify those sentences using similar words with the same meaning coming from a thesaurus, in the database in the AI computer software – and this AI computer should be able to speak with the individual with a one-on-one basis.

In doing so, the AI computer will likely be gathering information from that conversation in addition to something that the person types back in an e-mail. Everything are able to be loaded in a database and put into all of the collected words already written, or spoken right into a cellular phone, so long as the intelligence agencies have received the ability to listen in. Naturally, all of the public information will not want a permission slip or court subpoena. It is quite possible that eventually these AI systems can correspond with all the individual every so often, checking in on their psychological displacement, or progress, further assessing in case they have increased the possible probability of committing a violent act, or maybe if that individual will be downgraded to an alternative level.

If the individual actually gets to the upper level, and it would appear that they can be either willing or ready to commit this kind of act, that’s when human intervention will take place, and merely once they become a threat to society or our government within a strong probability, mathematically speaking. Over time better algorithms will be used and thru practice better techniques will be learned to make certain there are actually hardly any false positives. Now then, I could hear the EFF – Electronic Freedom Foundation already to file a lawsuit against the usage of these AI computers in this regard.

Perhaps the ethical question will likely be does government entities and our intelligence agencies have the authority to snoop on citizens, pretend to be someone they are certainly not, collect information regarding each potential individual, and stick that in a file somewhere, or tucked away in certain giant data center? To be honest that when someone posts information online in the public, that information is now from the public, and anyone may apply it for any legitimate purpose.

Protecting the American people is in the world of the government’s responsibility based on the Usa Constitution as well as a legitimate purpose one could argue just before the Supreme Court. Thus, they could have the legal right to gather every one of the public information about any individual that happens to be on the Internet. Not only can they do this for American citizens, but in addition from potential threats of international terrorism, and people outside our country. Surely, our intelligence services and agencies will likely be working with other governments world wide sharing this info.

Who may be to state that other governments are certainly not already collecting facts about Americans? It could behoove them to achieve this even though they didn’t find any Americans were a threat to their countries or nations, for the simple reason to market us much more of their items which has been imported to america. Corporations collect your details at all times because maybe you are a consumer, you might have joined their rewards program, or you happen to be recognized as someone who may potentially purchase something from them in the future. They generally do have the legal right to collect information they find online.

Let’s say someone who is upset with something occurring on the planet writes rather disparaging comments about some agency, company, industry, or individual about the Washington Post website after an article they merely read – that information will probably be collected, and so the AI computer may contact that individual under false pretense, and try to launch a conversation. If it conversation leads the AI computer to consider how the individual is problematic, psychotic, extremely angry, or ready to act to their own hands, then your threat assessment level should go up, and red flags will be raised.

Remember, I used to be discussing the difficulties of manpower inside the intelligence industry and intelligence agencies. This is a real dilemma, for when we have too many false positives and spend too much time and money on the wrong individuals, our company is prone to let someone else slip through. However, if the artificial intelligent computer has got seccurity the point it can pass the Turing test without tipping off the individual, it could possibly basically have conversations by e-mail with hundreds and hundreds of people within a afternoon.

Since this can be possible or maybe, already is, it will probably be component of our future, our government, and other governments, and people will make use of these techniques, them all plus some other I actually have not discussed in this particular article. Okay so, I assume you are wondering why I realize this? No comment. Indeed, I hope you’ve enjoyed today’s technology briefing and revel in the rest of your afternoon, I understand I will, and don’t forget to get additional information about yourself online at your social networking. Ha ha ha. Please consider this and think onto it.