25 Headlines Straight From The Horse’s Mouth
Robots are becoming increasingly realistic, which has led to many companies pledging not to weaponize them. Boston Dynamics is one of these companies, and issued a statement saying they will not support the weaponization of their products. This comes as part of an open letter by several robotics companies highlights the erosion of consumer trust in robots as among the reasons not to allow them to be used as weapons. And in totally different news, the white nationalist incel cult known as America First was recently shaken up when their treasurer left leader Nick Fuentes’s basement and got himself a girlfriend. Jaden McNeil denounced the group as a cult, and this news – unsurprisingly – sent shockwaves through it. On the other hand, and in only marginally related news, Aretha Franklin's FBI file was finally revealed after 40 years of surveillance and it contains some shocking phrases, including “pro-communist,” “hate America,” “radical,” and “Black extremists” – not that we were expecting a great deal of the FBI, but still.