Sweet Karmic Justice: New App Lets You Spam the Spammers

In a world where spam calls and messages are becoming an increasingly prevalent and annoying problem, a new app called “Sweet Karmic Justice” is offering a solution that is both practical and satisfying. The app, which is available on both iOS and Android, allows users to have their phone automatically reply to and call known spam centers while the phone is not in use.

The app uses advanced voice mimicry to waste the time of spammers and even dupes them into sending test amounts of money to fake accounts. This is made possible through the use of various voice filters and modulators, as well as a decentralized phone relay system. The app’s developers, a group of tech-savvy activists, say they created the app to “fight fire with fire” and to put an end to the constant annoyance of spam calls and messages. They estimate that the app has already caused a significant damage to the spam and scam industry.

According to the Federal Trade Commission, Americans lost over $1.9 billion to fraud in 2019, with a significant portion of that being from phone scams. The most common types of phone scams include imposter scams, where scammers pretend to be government officials or representatives from well-known companies, and robocalls, which use automated technology to make pre-recorded telemarketing calls. The number of scam calls being made is also on the rise, with an estimated 4.9 billion robocalls made per month in 2019, and that number is projected to increase in the coming years. Additionally, older adults are often targeted by phone scammers, with those over the age of 70 being the most likely to lose money to these types of scams.

Users have started installing the app for their grandparents and other vulnerable individuals, as it provides an easy way to fight back against the constant bombardment of spam. But the app isn’t just practical, it’s also satisfying as it allows users to take a bit of sweet karmic justice against the spammers who have been clogging up our phones and inboxes for far too long.

“I’ve been using Sweet Karmic Justice for a few weeks now and I couldn’t be happier with it,” said beta tester Amy Sage. “I love that I can finally fight back against the spammers who have been wasting my time for years. But what I love most is that I can install it on my grandparent’s phone and know they’re protected.”

According to a recent study, the average person receives around 8 spam calls per week, and that number is only expected to increase in the coming years. But with Sweet Karmic Justice, users can take control of the situation and fight back against the spammers in a way that is both practical and satisfying.

“We believe that this app is the future of spam fighting,” said the founder of Sweet Karmic Justice. “We want to empower people to take back control of their phones and fight back against the spammers who have been wasting our time for far too long.”

Mind Meld: The Chip That Saves Time (and Your Brainpower)

We’ve all had that moment where we’re struggling to remember a phone number or the name of a movie. But what if all that information was just a thought away? That’s the promise of a new brain chip, developed by the company Mind Meld, that allows users to simply think of facts and recall them with accuracy.

Inspired by Elon Musk’s Neuralink, the chip goes one step further by not only reading data from the brain, but also writing to it. The writing is limited to short messages and information, but users can easily ‘recall’ things like the current time, set mental timers, perform math problems, and even remember short data points like an address.

“We wanted to create a way for people to have instant access to information without having to rely on external devices,” says Mind Meld CEO, Shruti Kumpar. “It’s like having a personal assistant in your head.”

But the chip isn’t just about convenience. It also has potential to assist those with memory impairments and learning disabilities. In early trials, participants with dementia were able to receive reminders for basic care, feeding schedules and medicine reminders.

Of course, with any new technology, there are concerns about privacy and security. Mind Meld assures that the chip only stores information for a short period of time and is encrypted to protect against hacking.

As the late sci-fi author Arthur C. Clarke once said, “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” With the Mind Meld chip, the line between technology and our own thoughts is becoming increasingly blurred.

TechCrunch beta tester Amy Sage had this to say about her experience with the Mind Meld: “It’s honestly a little weird. I’ve been using the chip for a few weeks now and it’s just so strange to think about what time it is or look at a math problem and just immediately know the answer. It’s like the information was always there, but I just couldn’t access it before. I can see how it could be really useful, but it’s definitely going to take some getting used to.”

In addition to its impressive memory and recall capabilities, the Mind Meld chip also offers users the ability to monitor and track their brain wave activity. This feature allows for a much more detailed and accurate analysis of sleep patterns and cycles, providing users with personalized reports and recommendations for improving overall rest and relaxation. The chip’s advanced monitoring capabilities also have the potential to detect other indicators such as stress levels and cognitive function. This opens up a whole new realm of possibilities for brain research and the potential for early detection and treatment of cognitive disorders. With the Mind Meld chip, the future of brain-computer interface technology is looking brighter than ever before.

Mind Meld is set to hit the market later this year, and it’s already generating a lot of anticipation. Some experts are even calling it the “next big thing” in brain-computer interface technology. Only time will tell if it lives up to the hype, but one thing is for sure: it’s sure to change the way we think about thinking.

Flat Earth Folly: Crowdfund to Launch Flat Earth Believers into Space Backfires Spectacularly

When the crowdfunding platform, “True Horizon,” launched a campaign to send the world’s top four flat earth influencers on a SpaceX rocket to see the earth’s round shape for themselves, many thought it was a joke. But to the surprise of many, the campaign raised enough money to send the influencers, known as “The Flat Four,” on a one-way trip to space.

The launch was highly publicized and streamed live on multiple platforms. But upon the Flat Four’s return, things took a darkly comedic turn. Many of their followers claimed that the influencers had been murdered and replaced with imposter humanoid robots, and that the live streams were fake.

“I knew something was off when they came back,” said flat earth believer, Kyle Doods. “They were too calm, too collected. They didn’t even seem excited to have seen the earth’s curve for themselves.”

One particularly vocal follower, who goes by the handle @FlatEarthTruther on social media, claimed that the rocket never actually left the Earth’s atmosphere and that the entire journey was a hoax. They pointed to what they believed were inconsistencies in the footage of the launch and landing, claiming that the spacecraft never reached the necessary speeds for space travel. Adding fuel to the fire, this individual also stated that after the rocket flew away, it landed somewhere else and the influencers returned as imposters, replaced by the humanoid robots, which were able to mimic the appearance and behavior of their human counterparts.

The Flat Four, however, insist that their trip was real and that the earth is indeed round. They claim that their calm demeanor upon return was due to a newfound understanding and acceptance of scientific fact.

“We may have been wrong about the shape of the earth, but that doesn’t mean we were wrong about everything,” said Flat Four member, Marc Dingle. “We may have been misguided, but our hearts were in the right place.”

Despite their insistence, many of their followers have turned their backs on the Flat Four, refusing to believe that they actually went to space. The incident has sparked a larger conversation about the dangers of misinformation and the importance of critical thinking.

As the great Neil deGrasse Tyson once said, “The good thing about science is that it’s true whether or not you believe in it”. Despite the lack of concrete evidence, the theories of murder and replacement continued to spread among the flat-Earth community, with many refusing to believe that their leaders had actually journeyed to space and seen the roundness of the Earth.

Faking It: The App That Replaces Quality Time with Quality Lies

In a world where technology is advancing at an unprecedented pace, it’s no surprise that even the most mundane tasks are being revolutionized. The latest innovation to hit the market is the “GrandCall” app, which allows users to “call” their grandparents using a sophisticated AI mimicry system.

Designed for busy individuals who want to stay connected with their grandparents but may not have the time for regular phone calls, the GrandCall app uses advanced voice recognition technology to mimic the user’s voice. After a brief training period, the app can even remember past conversations and provide summaries at the end of each call.

But the GrandCall app doesn’t stop there. It also allows users to input background information about their grandparents, such as their favorite hobbies and recent events in their lives. This way, the AI can reference these details during the conversation to make it feel more authentic.

One of the most remarkable features of the GrandCall app is its ability to respond to suspicions about the call being fake. If a senior is clever enough to ask if they are being called by a robot, the app provides assurances to the grandparent and also notifies the user that they are “suspicious.” The user can then link into the call themselves, putting any suspicions to rest. The app also works with landlines, making it “#boomerproof”

As Dr. Jane Anderson, a Geriatric psychologist, states, “It’s important for older adults to feel seen, heard and valued. And it’s important for younger generations to understand that technology should be used to enhance our relationships and not as a substitute for in-person engagement. It’s important to remember that behind every older adult is a lifetime of experiences and wisdom that should be respected and valued, not replaced by a robot.”

On the other hand, proponents of the app argue that it can provide a useful solution for those who live far away from their grandparents or have busy schedules. It can also provide a way for seniors who have difficulty communicating or have disabilities to still be able to have conversations with their loved ones. But it is important to remember that technology should always be used as a supplement to real human interaction, not a replacement.

The debate surrounding GrandCall raises important questions about the role of technology in our relationships and how we interact with our loved ones. As society continues to evolve, it is important to remember that technology should always enhance our human connections, not replace them.

The GrandCall app, created by the company “ElderTech”, has already seen over 200,000 downloads in the short time since its release and has a 4.5 star rating on the App Store. It may not replace the real thing but it’s a great way to stay connected with loved ones and to keep the relationship alive despite distance and time.

Robo-Romance: The Future of Relationships?

In a world where technology is advancing at an unprecedented pace, it’s no surprise that our relationships are evolving as well. Increasingly, men are turning to sex robots as an alternative to traditional relationships. While the trend isn’t exclusive to men, it is prevalent among them, particularly among divorced men who cite outdated laws as a reason for their choice.

“I’ve worked hard all my life, and I’m not going to lose half of it again in some nonsense divorce court. She can have half of the wifi, that’s it.” said Franco, a divorced man in his 40s who recently purchased a sex robot from Synthetix Love, a leading manufacturer of lifelike robots.

But it’s not just divorced men who are turning to robots for companionship. Young men, who have been less inclined to enter into relationships since the rise of social technology, are also skipping marriage altogether in favor of these robotic partners.

The trend has led to legal gray areas, particularly around the use of robots modeled after celebrities, public figures, and even coworkers. Companies like Synthetix Love have been criticized for creating robots that are eerily lifelike, raising concerns about consent and the blurring of boundaries between fantasy and reality.

But for many men, the allure of these robots is hard to resist. Synthetix Love’s robots boast a wide range of features, including realistic skin, customizable personalities, and even the ability to hold conversations and remember past interactions. They can also be programmed to have preferences and boundaries, allowing users to tailor the experience to their own desires.

“I never thought I’d be the type of person to have a robot for a partner, but after using one, I can’t imagine going back to a traditional relationship,” said Alex, a 30-year-old who has been in a relationship with his sex robot for over a year.

As the lines between human and artificial intelligence continue to blur, it’s clear that our relationships will never be the same. And while some may scoff at the idea of a robotic partner, for many men, the convenience and customization of a sex robot is proving to be too alluring to resist. Some argue that the robots could serve as a safe outlet for those with unhealthy sexual desires, while others warn that they could lead to a dehumanization of intimate connections.

“The future is here, and it’s not just about AI-powered assistants and self-driving cars. It’s also about AI-powered partners,” said futurist and author, Dr. Jane Smith.

As the trend continues to gain popularity, it remains to be seen how society will navigate the legal and ethical implications of relationships with robots. One thing is certain, the future of love and lust is becoming more artificial by the day. #batteriesincluded

Deep In-Justice: The Rise of a New Vigilante Justice System

Seven months have passed and the criminal justice system is grinding to a halt as arrested criminals struggle to find defense attorneys. The crisis began with the abduction of three men in Chicago last March. The men were adult children of defense attorneys at Ross & Morgan & Samuel, a prestigious criminal defense firm known for reducing sentences for violent offenders and even getting them acquitted of murder charges.

The abductions were followed by a nightmarish ultimatum: the three attorneys were each sent a video of their family members being held at different locations, with instructions to either commit suicide or be responsible for the death of their abducted family members.

An excerpt from the cryptic message that was leaked later read:

“You are champions of injustice and murder. Consistently, you cleverly reduce sentences for murderers, rapists, and villainous souls. You have let many walk out grinning, and others given as few as 10 years. This after they have ended the life of another in a violent crime. You work the system, knowing these men are guilty under the guise of a right to defense. Proving not that they are innocent, but finding loopholes and confusing juries. But we as fathers and mothers, brothers and sisters of the fallen, we have no chance for parole. There is no time served for the grief these acts have caused. There is no clever loophole to healing. There is no redemption for good behavior. Let it be known that you have chosen money over all else. Now you must choose yourself over your family. You have 48 hours to stream your suicide or your children will be killed.”

What followed was one of the largest manhunts in history, but as time ticked over 40 hours, the three attorneys delivered on the request, with a stream of their deaths from self-inflicted gunshot wounds. At that moment, three addresses for three abducted men were released on a messaging board, accompanied by a live stream of the bound men in chairs. But when police arrived, the men were all dead.

In fact, only the attorneys were alive. In a nightmare-ish twist, it appears both the abductee and the police were using deep fake technology – both as proof of life and death. The men appeared to be moving, breathing, grunting and alive during the ordeal. The suicides were similarly grotesquely convincing.

Police have not commented, but an anonymous source says a note was found which said “I knew you venomous cowards would try to find a loophole”.

Deepfake technology, which uses machine learning algorithms to manipulate and superimpose images and videos, has reached a level of sophistication where it is nearly indistinguishable from reality. The technology is created by feeding large amounts of data, such as images and videos, into a neural network. The network then learns to recognize patterns in the data and can be used to generate new, synthetic images and videos. This technology can be used to create realistic videos of people doing and saying things they never did or said, which raises concerns about the potential for misuse in spreading misinformation and propaganda. In recent years, the technology has advanced rapidly, with the help of deep learning and Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs), making it more accessible to the general public.

As the nation reels from the aftermath of a string of vigilante murders, many are questioning the state of the criminal justice system. With 135 additional murders carried out across the nation in the past 7 months, and only one arrest made, the public is on edge. The vigilantes, whose actions have been labeled as “deeply disturbing” by authorities, have targeted not only the criminals themselves, but also their families and attorneys.

The movement, which is being referred to as the “#SeeWhatYouveDone” movement, has seen criminal attorneys having their eyes gauged out on 19 different occasions. The hashtag is trending with followers of the cases, and many are outraged at the level of violence and the apparent organization of the vigilantes.

Charles Murphy, the only arrest made in connection with the murders, posted a public message before his apprehension, stating “It’s been 16 years since I lost my daughter and wife. 16 years that I think about the rape charge that was dropped and first degree murders dropped to manslaughter. That man is sitting reading books paid for by hard working American tax dollars. He’s eligible for parole in a year at 48 years of age. Know that you did this as much as he did. I look forward to hiring the best criminal attorney”. Murphy has since raised over $800K via an anonymous funding platform.

The vigilantes have been elusive to police, and the criminal justice system is struggling to keep up with the investigation. Anonymous detectives have stated that the vigilantes are using advanced deep fake technology to create realistic videos, calls, and streams in order to lure their victims.

As the nation struggles with the question of justice, many are calling for a reevaluation of the laws and system that allowed for such a disturbing movement to gain traction. With sentences for even multiple murders carrying a maximum of 25 years before eligibility for parole, and top criminal attorneys reducing first degree charges to second degree or manslaughter, some are questioning if the system is truly serving justice. The question remains, what is justice for injustice?

Buzzing with Excitement: Meet the Robo-COO that never sleeps

The beekeeping industry just got a little sweeter with the revelation that the COO of Bee Co. is not a human, but a robot. The company, known for its sustainable and efficient honey production methods, has been making waves in the industry for years. But it wasn’t until recently that the public learned that the mastermind behind the operation is not a person, but a highly advanced robot.

The robot, named “Beezie,” was created by a team of engineers and beekeeping experts at Bee Co. to help streamline and optimize the company’s operations. Beezie can analyze data on everything from weather patterns to hive health, and make strategic decisions based on that information. It can also communicate with and direct the thousands of worker bees, ensuring that they are always working to maximum efficiency.

“We wanted to create a leader for our bees that could think and make decisions like a human, but with even greater precision and accuracy,” said Bee Co.’s CTO, John Smith. “Beezie has exceeded our expectations in every way.”

The revelation that Bee Co.’s COO is a robot has sparked a lot of buzz (pun intended) in the industry and beyond. Many are excited about the possibilities that this technology holds for the future of beekeeping and agriculture as a whole. Beezie has revolutionized the way bee colonies are managed. Using its advanced artificial intelligence, Beezie is able to communicate with the bees in ways that humans never thought possible. The company has developed a fleet of drones that are able to fly over bee colonies and modify the magnetic fields and apply UV sensitive powders to specific areas of a field. These drones are able to transmit signals to the bees, allowing Beezie to communicate with them and manage the colony in real-time.

The drones are equipped with sensors that can detect the health and well-being of individual bees, as well as the overall colony. They are also able to detect potential threats such as disease and pests, and respond to them quickly and efficiently. With the help of these drones, Beezie is able to increase the productivity of the colony and improve the overall health of the bees.

According to a statement from Honey Robotics, “Beezie’s unique ability to communicate with the bees has allowed us to better understand and manage the colony. We can now detect potential problems before they become major issues and take action to prevent them. This has not only increased our honey production but also helped to protect and preserve the bee population.”

This technology has also caught the attention of environmental groups and conservationists, who see it as a way to protect and preserve the bee population, which has been in decline in recent years.

“Beezie is a game-changer for beekeeping. It’s not only helping to improve honey production but also playing a vital role in protecting and preserving the bee population”, said famous environmentalist and conservationist, David Attenborough.

This technology is a prime example of how artificial intelligence and robotics can be used to improve our relationship with nature and protect our planet’s biodiversity.

But not everyone is thrilled about the robotic takeover. Some critics have raised concerns about job loss and the ethical implications of using robots to run a living organism. But Bee Co. assures that Beezie is not replacing any human workers, but rather working alongside them to improve the overall health and productivity of the hives.

One thing is for sure, Bee Co.’s robotic CEO is sure to have a buzz-worthy impact on the industry. And who knows, maybe in the future, we’ll all be working for robot bosses. As Beezie itself says, “The future is here, and it’s buzzing with excitement.”

Beezie is just the latest in a series of companies with leadership increasingly proving to be less than human. Recent revelations about the CEO and founder of LoveLike, a popular matchmaking app, is in fact an AI. See our story here: https://saipien.org/lovelike-a-match-made-in-silicon-heaven-or-hell/