March 25, 2023

Robocop Is Here: Singapore Deploys Programs To Detect “Undesirable Behavior” Including Groups Of “More Than Five People”

Slowly but surely, the world is definitely transforming into a  1984-Robocop-Terminator-Minority Report– Judge Dredd  blend dystopia. And while we await Elon Musk’ s dancing humanoid robot (wonder how much the deposit on that particular pipe dream will be), Singapore is wasting no time, plus according to Mothership the small Asian nation is deploying terrain robots on trial in order to patrol and […]#@@#@!!

Gradually, the world is transforming straight into a  1984-Robocop-Terminator-Minority Survey Judge Dredd   blend dystopia.

And while we wait for Elon Musk’s dancing humanoid automatic robot (wonder how much the deposit on that particular pipe dream can be), Singapore is throwing away no time, and according to Mothership the small Asian nation is definitely deploying ground robots upon trial to patrol plus survey a public region with high foot visitors, in a joint project including five of the country’s community agencies: HTX (Home Group Science and Technology Agency), National Environment Agency, Land Transport Authority, Singapore Foods Agency, and Housing & Development Board.

According to a media launch, an HTX robot will be deployed for a three-week time period from Sep. 5 to patrol Toa Payoh Central, a planning area and matured residential town located in the northern part of the Central Region of Singapore

The robot(s), called Xavier, will weave its way autonomously through the crowds to detect “ undesirable social behaviors” including:

  • Congregation of more than five people (in line with existing Safe Management Measures)
  • Smoking in prohibited areas
  • Illegal hawking
  • Incorrectly parked bicycles within HDB Hub
  • Motor-driven active mobility devices and motorcycles on footpaths

Upon detecting any of these terrifying activities, the robot will trigger current alerts to the command and control center, and display the appropriate message (depending within the scenario) to educate the public and “ deter” such actions. The deployment of the ground robot is intended to support the task of public officers and minimize the manpower required for feet patrols.

Put simply, Robocop has officially showed up, and while it will be unarmed for the moment, we suspect it is only a matter of time before these robotic  Judge Dredds  will also be capable of making use of lethal force against this kind of ‘ terrorist’ activity since smoking or throwing away gum in a public space.

Alex Jones breaks down the particular globalist plan to clamp down on the population with tracking IDs and social credit score based restrictions for participation within society, now being applied in Australia. Read more here:

Based on Mothership, here is the robotic patrol route, configured in advance by public officers:

Even though the robotic nightmares produced by Boston Dynamics are still becoming perfected, Singapore will instead use “ Xavier. ”

According to the record, “ Xavier is able to navigate autonomously as it is fitted with various types of sensors, including safety feature. It can avoid stationary and dynamic obstacles, like pedestrians and vehicles. ”

Xavier is also equipped with cameras that can provide 360-degree movie feed to the command plus control center. Its cameras can also capture images and videos in dim light or the darkish.

Like any great drone, data captured through Xavier’s cameras are live-streaming to a video analytics program, with artificial intelligence ability developed by HTX’s in-house personal computer vision engineers. With an online dashboard, public officers can receive real-time information in the command and control center, and be able to monitor and control multiple robots simultaneously.

The interactive dash allows officers to distantly respond to incidents on the ground using a two-way intercom or using pre-recorded audio messages.

Plus like any good, obedient drone, the only thing missing is deadly force. We are confident which is coming next.

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