Davos Elites Show Employers How to Spy on Employees’ Brain Waves

(Dmytro “Henry” AleksandrovHeadline USA) In Davos, Switzerland, during the annual World Economic Forum, the globalist elites gathered to listen to a presentation about brain wave monitoring technology that would allow employers to spy on their employees by detecting how hard they are working, whether they get distracted and even if they have “amorous feelings” for coworkers.

“You can not only tell whether a person is paying attention or their mind is wandering, but you can discriminate between the kinds of things they are paying attention to,” the presenter said.

“Whether they’re doing something like central tasks, like programming, peripheral tasks like writing documentation or unrelated tasks like surfing social media or online browsing. When you combine brain-wave activity together with other forms of software and surveillance technology, the power becomes quite precise,” the presenter added.

A short video shows “Brave New World”-like future, in which an employee worries about her employers detecting “amorous feelings” she has for another coworker by reading her brain-wave data, but is pleasantly surprised that the reason why her boss was spying on her is not to fire her but give her a performance bonus for good “brain metrics” that show she is productive at work, according to Breitbart.

In the next scene, the government decides to spy on people by looking at employees’ brainwave data to find co-conspirators in a wire fraud scheme that happens in the office.

“You discover they are looking for synchronized brain activity between your coworker and the people he has been working with. While you know you’re innocent of any crime, you’ve been secretly working with him on a new start-up venture. Shaking, you remove your earbuds.”

The presentation also showed other ways to control people with this form of technology, like waking them up or highlighting a haptic scarf developed by MIT that gives them “a little buzz” if their mind starts to wander, or they doze off.

According to the presenter, the purpose of showing the dystopian mind-reading future in a positive light was to highlight the “positive use cases” of brain monitoring technology because he doesn’t want people to even think about banning it.