The Trump administration has hired a military contracting firm backed by Trump adviser Peter Thiel to build a virtual border wall

Credit: Business Insider- Published on July 2, 2020
· Silicon Valley military contracting startup Anduril has been awarded a contract with US Customs and Border Protection to build a "virtual" wall as a means to monitor illegal crossings in the US.
· As first reported by the Washington Post, the system will use surveillance towers to detect movement and artificial intelligence...

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Published on July 2, 2020 -  00:45
Trump Admin Reportedly Awards Contract For 'Virtual' Border Wall
The Trump administration has reportedly awarded Anduril Industries, a tech start-up in California, a contract for a virtual border wall along parts of the US-Mexico border.

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