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Robots Will Soon Be Punishing Humans: Ford Files Patent For Robotic Police Cars

By Nicholas West

In Oct of last year, we reported on the network of unconstrained police vehicles being deployed in Dubai that enclosed hoverbikes and fleets of mini police notice vehicles that demeanour like electric cars. The vehicles are partial of a citywide beginning of embedding synthetic comprehension to unit with biometric and required notice tools. we commented at the time that these measures were sincerely easy to boot by readers accustomed to a inherent republic, given Dubai is ruled by an comprehensive kingdom under Sharia Law that has free rein to fast exercise new forms of governance. Nevertheless, we warned that Dubai was personification horde to the World Expo 2020 where they would be featured as a indication for any vast city of the future.

Apparently, brave all-American company – Ford – is prepared to help chaperon in the technocratic police state to the (diminishing) land of the free.

Business Insider is stating on a partnership that Ford has determined with the U.S. supervision that postulated the company a obvious for unconstrained police vehicles.  Of march the distribution of a obvious does not indispensably meant that it’s guaranteed to turn reality, but given the status of the company and Americans’ augmenting gusto for giving up autocracy for the guarantee of security, it should not be dismissed.


According to designs seen by Business Insider, the future cars could exclusively find hiding places, detect vehicles breaking the law, and follow down drivers.

The designers prognosticate car-to-car record which would let the unit automobile check either a automobile was being driven manually or automatically, indicate the driver’s licence, and, if need be, issue a sheet remotely.

The idea of the unconstrained police car, Ford says, is not to reinstate human police officers, but to help them with “routine police tasks.”

The company pronounced in its patent, which was first filed in Jul 2016: “Routine police tasks, such as arising tickets for speeding or disaster to stop at a stop sign, can be programmed so that human police officers can perform tasks that can't be automated.”

The graphics next show how they would work.

The automobile (labelled 110) would be versed with sensors (115), such as cameras and a laser system, that would concede it to locate traffic offenders.

If the judgment is ever finalized for production, we can design a likely attainment time between 2021 and 2025 formed on the company’s growth goals for municipal unconstrained vehicles.

It’s worth observant that the United States is increasingly inextricable in a discuss over the widespread of drones being used by police – in some cases even for slight police work. Meanwhile, customary policing also stays under fire for its injustice of permit image reader record to track, trace, and database the totally innocent. With the attainment of even some-more automation, and a joining to enlarge “routine” police functions, it appears that polite liberties advocates would do good to ready for nonetheless another front in the fight on privacy.

Nicholas West writes for Activist Post. Support us at Patreon. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Steemit, and BitChute. Ready for solutions? Subscribe to the reward newsletter Counter Markets.

Top Image: Ford’s judgment hybrid police automobile – credit Ford Motor Company

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