Over the past few decades, Google has extended its reach from popular search engine to technology monopoly. Now, they control your smartphone, your browser, your entertainment, and even your news.
However, to further the reach of their technological tentacles, Google has introduced something called Jigsaw, that will change the way we receive our information forever. The new and emerging technology has the ability to counter speech and ideas that are considered “extremist” by the global elite. The program was first tested on radical Islamists, but has advanced its algorithms to pick up words and sentences which can be considered as hateful or negative. Furthermore, it even has the ability to filter out ideas that are not politically correct.
Due to the fact that the majority of the world now receives almost all of their information via Google, we could see an unfortunate turn of events follow in Jigsaw’s wake. If the technology’s algorithms are designed to combat views which go against the establishment or are considered too “extreme” by the elite, what information could end up filtered out? For that matter, at what point does Google consider “too extreme”? What exactly are the criteria?
In the video below, a premier episode of the Geopolitical Report with Kurt Nimmo, an examination is made of the new technology that provides an in-depth presentation of how it works. Basically, what the program boils down to is yet another method in which Google has customized its algorithms in order to eliminate an opposition to the establishment. For that matter, it could also be considered a major step by Google to gain complete control over the information that we receive. Watch the video and let us know what you think.