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Satellite Vision and Real Time economics, Semis are accelerating the economics game on a worldwide scale

Arthur Hanson

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Spaceknow's satellites have synthetic aperture radar satellites that have night vision and see-through clouds to scan U.S. ports, thousands of logistics centers and major trucking stops. This is but one example of how a whole host of semi technologies are changing the economic game by providing real-time intelligence on a scale not even imagined just a few years ago. This satellite-provided information is then processed by AI/ML systems that also weren't available just a few years ago also. This is but one example how semis are radically changing the monitoring of the economics of the entire planet in-depth, scale and analysis not even imagined just a few years ago. Tech is involved at every step in lowering costs of doing tasks like this not incrementally, but by factors from lowering the cost of building and launching satellites, the instrumentation of the satellites themselves to crunching the and distributing the information they provide. This is but one example of extreme automation at every step of the process. This is but the very early stages of a trend that semis are driving in literally everything.

Any thoughts or comments on this is particularly appreciated to add to my investing tools, this is my full-time occupation and has been for over ten years.


 
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count

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Anyone who visits the grocery store knows inflation is broad based, and accelerating. First they blamed inflation on comparables to lockdown, then they blamed it on rouge inflation in a small number of categories like used cars, then they blamed the semiconductor shortage, and now they are blaming container shipping.

The truth is that the people at the wheel have lost control.
 

Arthur Hanson

Well-known member
Anyone who visits the grocery store knows inflation is broad based, and accelerating. First they blamed inflation on comparables to lockdown, then they blamed it on rouge inflation in a small number of categories like used cars, then they blamed the semiconductor shortage, and now they are blaming container shipping.

The truth is that the people at the wheel have lost control.
The world has numerous technologies to solve many of our most pressing problems except for the largest problem, failure of leadership on a worldwide scale, and some severe moral failures like the tech leader chamath-palihapitiya, who said nobody cares about the concentration camps and basically meant we should just accept them. Technology without morals is a very dangerous combination. It's interesting that satellite technology revealed these concentration camps and their real use as slave labor by tracking the inputs and outputs of these concentration camps. Technology can be used to promote the greater good in this case, but moral leadership must be at all levels. Satellite imagery and mining it are still in the early stages and combined with AI/ML will be a major tool in seeing the world as one system instead of many separate ones. This will not only monitor man's actions but the world environment making this one of the most important tools ever built by high tech. This technology and its numerous uses are still in the very early stages.
 
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