Oculus founder Palmer Luckey wants to build a virtual border wall

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Oculus founder Palmer Luckey is working on a plan to use AI and VR to spot those attempting to cross the border between the United States and Mexico. Mexico isn’t going to pay for it. Luckey’s company, Andruil Industries — which refers to the magical sword used by Aragorn in Lord of the Rings — has reportedly set up three tech-filled towers on a Texas ranch near our southern border. The goal is to identify moving objects — both people and animals — from up to two miles away. Once detected, the system would then relay information to a VR…

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