The Digital Cold War: A Battle to Rule the Universe and Establish Data Dictatorships

In the Cold War countries developed nukes but never used them. In the Digital Cold War, though, AI will be used all the time.

Borja Moya
May 16 · 15 min read
I made a video about this. If you don’t have time to read this article, this video is the closest thing to read it. Or you can listen to it on the PrivateID Podcast. Download this episode here (right click & save as…)

The Cold War And Its Sequels

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Vietnam Veterans Memorial on Washington, D.C., United States.

Investing in the right tools is critical in order to have a shot at winning this war. Most nations are not even in this battle, because they don’t have the right tools. They’re just not investing in them. And today very few countries are investing, properly, in AI.

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The main hub.

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And here’s where we need to talk about imperialism and the main hubs.

5G and facial recognition technology.

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The game we’re all playing.

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“The true function of demonstrations is not to convince the existing state authority to any significant degree. Such an aim is only a convenient rationalization.

“The truth is that mass demonstrations are rehearsals for revolution: not strategic or even tactical ones, but rehearsals of revolutionary awareness.”

— John Berger


I made a video about this. You can watch it on YouTube or Archive.org. Or you can listen to it on the PrivateID Podcast. Download this episode here (right click & save as…)

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PrivateID Blog

PrivateID comes from what I believe is going to be one of the biggest challenges of the 21st century: privacy. PrivateID’s a blog/podcast about the conversations we need to bring to the table and about how to solve the problems that are coming. Because our freedom is at stake.