Big Teech Forced To Make Big Changes After New Regulations

While things continue to deteriorate on planet earth, individuals that hold out hope for life beyond our solar system may be refreshed to learn that NASA has revealed renewed attempts to search for extraterrestrial activity. In a recent report, the agency claimed in a 36-page publication that it does not have enough definitive data to support or deny claims of alien existence. The media outlet Fox recently stated that the agency will be using artificial intelligence to push forward in its mysterious quest to discover alien life.

The announcement from NASA comes several months after the United States congress held hearings surrounding UFO’s and extraterrestrial life. According to these hearings, some witnesses (former government employees or military servicemembers) claim that the federal government has been aware of “non-human” extraterrestrial affairs since the 1930s. David Grusch, a former Air Force Servicemember, recently claimed that the government had retrieved “non-human” vehicles in recent years. It appears that Artificial Intelligence may very well lead the next technological revolution. Things are quite scary in this regard, as computers are becoming increasingly capable of creating imagery and even talking versions of people that look exactly like actual humans. Privacy invasion, identity theft, and even “framing” of statements and crimes are potential threats this new technology could pose. Even lewd photos are being generated through the technology- recently nude images have spread through a California middle school that were generated by Artificial Intelligence. The future is truly scary.

The European Union made many changes to internet regulation. Now, companies will be fined if they do not comply with the new rules. Companies like Amazon, Facebook, Google and Microsoft have been deemed “gatekeepers”. The European Union seeks to hold tech companies accountable for actions that have monopolized the market. Gatekeeper companies must draft compliance reports and show that they will modify services to meet new regulatory measures. Those who do not comply will be likely monetarily fined.