World War 3

So it begins.  As in the past, there will be surprises. 300,000,000 drones that are networked and programmed to do a job –> RULE the battlefields.

Drone design for science fiction alien spacecraftsI know its hard to believe but Saddam Hussein was defeated with a “left hook” based on GPS.  In 1991 GPS was an unknown technology to the world’s fourth largest army.

This war (#WW3) will be different.  This time we will be surprised by a network of armed flying robots.  This surprise will happen in seconds, not months or years.  These drones do not belong to the USA or Russia.  They belong to China!

They will use the “pipeline” to deliver them to Europe, Asia and the Middle East.  Russia will pay for said pipeline.  Although in the end his deal will be his demise.

The real issue with #WW3 is the dehumanizing of war.  It’s easy for us to kill our so-called enemies if there are no sons and daughters with boots on the ground.  These drones will do man-to-man offensives.  Each will be programmed to seek and destroy ONE enemy.  Why blow up a military installation when you can simply kill everyone in the installation?  The spoils of war are way better!  Pre, during and post war costs go way down.

AND we get to see the drones do their job in realtime as they stream their assignment live on Twitter.

Author: John Rector

John Rector is an AI Futurist who predicted the next word in business™, starting with his notable paper from 2015, "Mommy, What's a Cashier?" Drawing upon 40 years of experience in the practical applications of high technology, he assists clients in converting uncertainty into strategic advantages within a one-to-six-year framework. With leadership roles including IBM executive and co-founder of e2open, he has a diverse and impactful background. In the AI sector, he has set benchmarks through his contributions to Mind Media Group and Florrol, pioneering AI-based services and content generation. His investment initiative, Waterway Ventures, is committed to advancing promising AI startups. His creative ventures include founding Bodaro and graphic design studio Palm ❤️. In education, he has launched Nextyrn, which uses AI for personalized learning experiences, and in art, he leads Potyn, an initiative using AI to create bespoke pieces. His ever-expanding portfolio features companies like Nozeus, Infinia, Blacc Ink, and Maibly. Operating from Charleston, SC, his current focus involves partnering with individuals and enterprises to develop innovative business models and processes for the rapidly approaching age of AGI.

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