BRINC, a rising star among the multitude of companies trying to sell drones to police, has a compelling underlying mythology: After the Las Vegas massacre in 2017, its young founder decided to help law enforcement with nonviolent robots. However, a promotional video for the company obtained by The Intercept reveals a different vision: the sale of stun gun drones to attack migrants crossing the US-Mexican border.
The company’s CEO, 21-year-old entrepreneur Blake Resnick, recently received $ 25 million in venture capital from Silicon Valley investors and was listed on Forbes’ 30 to 30 list.
BRINC CEO Blake Resnik.
This drone, originally designed to stop the influx of migrants to the United States, will tomorrow monitor the wearing of masks on the streets, as well as the availability of a health certificate.
Even what is not the work of the police will be performed by robots, and the police simply have to be vaccinated and leave.
Therefore, such developments receive generous funding.
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