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WEF: Augmented tech can change the way we live, but only with the right support and vision

An article on the WEF’s website about augmented reality referred to as “an augmented society,” states that parents can see chipping children as a “solid, rational” move.

Augmented reality, or AR for short, can be used in healthcare, education, and work but must be regulated in an ethically responsible manner, according to the World Economic Forum.

The WEF calls AR and related technologies transformative but emphasizes that this ‘needs the right support, vision, and audacity. The globalists are determined to push their agenda whether people agree or not-and people are concerned with civil rights, privacy, and human autonomy.

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