Quantum Computing for Stoners part 2
Speaker 1:Hey, let's give this a try. Okay, part two, threats. Not all is paradise, right? No. Let's talk about threats of quantum computing. Do you know what has lots of points and numbers? Can you guess what it is? You have it with you every place you go. Every place you go, you have your face. Well, with facial recognition and other biometric measurements like height and temperature, you are as unique probably as your fingerprint at a distance. Can you imagine if I could read your fingerprint from a mile away? Now you're getting the drift. But what does this have to do with quantum computing? I'll tell you what it has to do with it.
Speaker 1:This is no Tinkerbell story. This is not a love story. This is not a love story about quantum computing. This is a story about every single traffic camera in the United States seeing every single innocent person's face and knowing where they are at every moment of every day. This is about electronic devices that track you into their [inaudible 00:02:20]. They tell you when you buy things and when you talk with whom you talk to, the applications you use. Would you like to know what you clicked on when you were sitting in the parking lot of Home Depot? Well, I can tell you the cameras know your expressions. They can even see if you were happy or sad.
Speaker 1:Then, they saw how fast you drove. And that's fine, but would you trust Putin? Would you trust She? Would you trust the same people that kill their own tribes? How about if you were a monk in Tibet and the Chinese were after you? How would you feel about that? What if your a black panther, supporting black power in America? How would you feel about that? What if you were a Jew in Saudi Arabia? How would you feel about that? Maybe not so much fun. Okay, we're done with the threats. This is the first edition of Quantum Computing for Stoners. I hope you enjoyed it. I'll just jam a little bit more.
Speaker 1:Don't worry, we always use the atom for good, right? Ask the people in Hiroshima. Can the atom be good or bad? It's up to us. Nature doesn't care what the fuck you want, but unless you heal all these megalomaniac men, like Putin, She, go to Turkey, Hungary, even in Budapest, you will see the face of these powerful men. What will they do with all this power? You tell me. I'm not talking about [inaudible 00:05:21]. That cat is out of the trap. Shroyler's cap is here.