"There is danger from all men. The only maxim of a free government ought to be to trust no man living with
power to endanger the public liberty." - - - - John Adams

Tuesday, September 3, 2019

1984 - Military to Control the News You See

A Military Police State
There is nothing wrong with your television set. Do not attempt to adjust the picture. We are controlling transmission.

  • Where the fucking Hell are all the whores in Congress who pledged to defend the Constitution against enemies foreign and domestic? - - - over at the brothel down the street taking care of the only thing that really matters to them.
  • "Fuck the people."  The only thing both parties agree on.

(Bloomberg) -- Fake news and social media posts are such a threat to U.S. security that the Defense Department is launching a project to repel “large-scale, automated disinformation attacks,” as the top Republican in Congress blocks efforts to protect the integrity of elections.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency wants custom software that can unearth fakes hidden among more than 500,000 stories, photos, video and audio clips. 
If successful, the system after four years of trials may expand to detect malicious intent and prevent viral fake news from polarizing society.
“A decade ago, today’s state-of-the-art would have registered as sci-fi — that’s how fast the improvements have come,” said Andrew Grotto at the Center for International Security at Stanford University. “There is no reason to think the pace of innovation will slow any time soon.”
By increasing the number algorithm checks, the military research agency hopes it can spot fake news with malicious intent before going viral.
“A comprehensive suite of semantic inconsistency detectors would dramatically increase the burden on media falsifiers, requiring the creators of falsified media to get every semantic detail correct, while defenders only need to find one, or a very few, inconsistencies,” the agency said in its Aug. 23 concept document for the Semantic Forensics program.
Semantic Errors
The agency added: “These SemaFor technologies will help identify, deter, and understand adversary disinformation campaigns.”
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