This is an important mashup, featuring the work of some of our favorite YouTubers, like James Corbett and Level9News plus new information we’ve not seen anywhere else about the Technocratic Globalist wet dream of implementing a network-centric global Artificial Intelligence system for human command and control that will first be introduced as a way to “upgrade one’s intelligence” and not get “left behind” by automation, as we saw recently during the unveiling of Elon Musk’s Neuralink.

James Giordano, Chief the Neuroethics Studies Program at the Pellegrino Center for Bioethics at Georgetown University speaks to the weaponization and misuse of brain sciences in tandem with a sentient digital simulation of our world, aka the Internet of Things.

He talks about “The use of neural interfacing and physiological interfacing through…remote-controlled, small-scale systems, to create a nano swarm of bio-penetrable materials that you cannot see, that can penetrate the most robust biochemical filters, that are able to integrate themselves through a variety of membranes, mucus membranes and wherever – mouth, nose, ears, eyes and they can be done in such a level that their presence is almost impossible to detect and as such, the attribution becomes exceedingly difficult to demonstrate. The idea here is to put minimal-sized electrodes in a network within a brain through only minimal intervention; to be able to read and write into the brain function in real-time, remotely.”

Neuralnanorobotics are being developed to enable a safe, secure instantaneous real-time interface between the human brain and both biological and non-biological computing systems. This technology would include brain-to-brain interfaces, brain-to-computer interfaces and specifically, brain-to-cloud interfaces, to connect your brain to the cloud in real time and provide you with instant access to the world’s knowledge and Artificial Intelligence, as soon as you think of a specific topic.

This technology will drastically alter the state of communications between humans and machines. Data transfer between living human brains and the cloud will require the use of supercomputers with Artificial Intelligence algorithms. While such supercomputers with processing speeds fast enough to handle the necessary volumes of data already do exist, they still have to perfect the tiny interfacing devices that would be embedded deep in the brain.

One approach for this is to create nanorobots that can be aerosolized to place minimal-sized electrodes in a network within a brain and through only minimal intervention, to be able to read and write into the brain function in real-time remotely. Once inside the brain, the devices would then wirelessly transmit encoded information to and from a cloud-based supercomputer network for real-time brain state monitoring and data extraction. Patents for such technologies already exist.