These panoptic technologies are combined with constant human surveillance.
In the US, Google and Apple have joined forces to create their own panoptic solution.
Astutely employing dark humor and a panoptic array of video projections, Scruggs offers a pointed account of denigration in the media and on the streets.
Yente does play a unique role in the book because she’s a strange and powerful narrator who—thanks to her exceptional state—can time-travel and has a panoptic view of the world presented in the book.
In this fragmented workplace, couriers are kept constantly busy under the panoptic gaze of the apps.
With a panoptic view, Toni Morrison interrogated the pernicious effects of colourism throughout her oeuvre.
This panoptic history starts broad, sketching the place of spying and deceit in Greece, Rome and the Holy Land.
This panoptic image is scanned constantly by AI software which has been trained to recognise different types of aircraft from several kilometres away.
One of Montreal’s more panoptic bike trails, it extends from the Visitors Centre in the borough of Lachine for history to popping into the neighbourhood of Saint-Henri for lunch, followed by a scenic evening in Old Montreal.
A growing array of satellites and sensors, including some on disputed islets, can funnel panoptic targeting data to this wide array of missiles, making it dangerous for hulking American aircraft-carriers to station themselves near flashpoints.
These wishes may arise and be violated not only in hospital, hospice or nursing home settings, but also in mental hospitals and prisons, where panoptic policies of monitoring and surveillance prevail (Bozovic 1995; Holmes and Federman 2006: 16–17; Foucault 1977).
Whittaker, ever the informed cynic, is disturbed at such a prospect and says others would be too: “He's describing a pretty frightening panoptic future where we allow large scale corporate tech to come between us and our relationships with human beings… I think we need more time to spend with each other.”
Branch’s panoptic approach exposes telling juxtapositions: we see Johnson approving the reluctant recommendation of Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach for a public declaration on voting rights, and then ordering his ever-sanguine Defense Secretary, Robert McNamara, to “go ahead tonight” and commence bombing Vietnam.
- including everything visible in one view
Example: a panoptic aerial photograph of the missile base
- broad in scope or content
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Branchs panoptic approach exposes telling juxtapositions we see Johnson approving the reluctant recommendation of Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach for a public declaration on voting rights and then ordering his ever-sanguine Defense Secretary Robert McNamara to go ahead tonight and commence bombing Vietnam