We warned everyone about Jeff Bezos and Amazon in our documentary “Amazon Takes Over the World: End Times Prophecy Documentary” and comparing Jeff Bezos with Weyland industries in “Alien Covenant Documentary: Last Supper in Satans New Testament“.
The love of money will destroy the World. It will also usher in an Anti-Christ who will use technology to enslave mankind.
1 Timothy 6:10 – For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.
Jeff Bezos is Tracking Humans with Facial Recognition Software
Amazon has been selling facial recognition technology called Rekognition to police. The tech, which Amazon boasts can track and analyze hundreds of people in a photo using a database with tens of millions of faces, has been used in Orlando, Florida, and by the Washington County Sheriff’s Office in Oregon.
In this video presentation, Das is seen saying the system can be set up to notify the city if cameras see a “person of interest,” and it could be used to reconstruct a person’s past movements. He showed the conference a demo of real-time facial recognition using video from a “traffic cam that was provided by the city of Orlando.”
“City of Orlando is a launch partner of ours,” Amazon’s Ranju Das recently told a developer conference in Seoul, South Korea. “They have cameras all over the city. The authorized cameras are then streaming the data … we are a subscriber to the stream, we analyze the video in real time, search against the collection of faces they have.”
Amazon and the county of Washington, Oregon, have a cozy relationship revolving around the use of Amazon’s facial recognition technology for policing, according to documents released today (May 22) by the American Civil Liberties Union (pdf).
The tech company has been advising the local government on how best to use facial recognition for policing, according to the documents, including giving a sneak peek at Amazon’s roadmap for Amazon Web Services under a non-disclosure agreement.
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