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This Smart Gun Could Save Lives

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Guns kill more than 30,000 Americans every year, far more than in any other developed country. While lawmakers and activists battle it out over legislative solutions, some are trying a different approach: integrating smart technology into guns. In this episode of "The Spark," Bloomberg follows 21-year-old inventor and entrepreneur Kai Kloepfer, who's created a "smart" handgun that could save thousands of lives.
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jo14wp (52 minutes ago)
Smart guns is a very stupid idea!
blackreaper (1 hour ago)
Fuck this guy and his shitty ideas...and this propaganda
Josh Maldonado (2 hours ago)
When you actually using a gun,its probably gonna be a split second decision so I'm just gonna stick to a glock-no safety.dont have kids btw idea might change if I do.
Paul Lord Hutchinson (7 hours ago)
Bloomberg propaganda.
Savage Jude (13 hours ago)
Biometrics are very unreliable and then if a robber comes in guess who going to die the owner!!!
Fishman 02 (1 day ago)
How about... NO gun? worked in the UK didn't it?
Luke (1 day ago)
Why not ban guns. It’s cheaper would save more lives 😃 American yobs
KRONOS Titan (1 day ago)
Judge Dredd
GG Gass (1 day ago)
lol this is completely useless, nice try scammer
Chintan Aahir (1 day ago)
Have you ever think the negative sides of smart gun ....
Jeff Stanton (1 day ago)
1776 will commence again....
aycy10 (1 day ago)
no we dont need no smart gun or smart bullets. just need smarter people. i can already tell you the whole story at the start couldve been avoided if he just put his gun in the safe coming back home from work. shitty day or not. be more responsible and aware. dont blame an inanimate object when it is the humans fault
hu yuanze (1 day ago)
Think about a criminal hacker who make all smart guns unable to fire at him.
sindre fjeld (1 day ago)
In this video you can see clearly why 90% of the American people isn´t mature enough for firearms. I´ve never needed a firearm in my life
M M (2 days ago)
Awesome concept for COPS AND MILITARY GRADE WEAPONS. But NOT for the common person. But is this for saving lives or making money.
Ae Norist (2 days ago)
It can also be hacked by a simple magnet, as has ben aptly proven. Its just another gun ... no amount of gimmick will make a gun safe.
Brian VanDerVelde (2 days ago)
We need smart people not smart guns
BANΔΞΞT (2 days ago)
Yes but if the owner is the shooter the it is useless
imp3r1alx (3 days ago)
let more guns roam... that way, they can kill each other faster
XofulMaster (3 days ago)
Psycho Pass .. we are getting there
Red Dead (3 days ago)
LOL! Nice try libtards.
Meet Alex (3 days ago)
Orrrr you could just ban guns.
Isaiah Silverstein (3 days ago)
(((Bloomberg)))
James (4 days ago)
Let's find that guy and make his head explode.
minh hoang tho (4 days ago)
similar reaction to smartphones, getting smarter takes time
TheUltimateBeing 01 (4 days ago)
It won't stop mass shootings period. Here's what'll happen. The tech fails and a lunatic gets the gun and goes wild. Or the lunatic learns the owner's access code and kills with it. Same outcome. Only a SLIGHT hindrance before it.
TheUltimateBeing 01 (4 days ago)
Yeah, right. It can be hacked and used by anyone other than the owner. Dumb patent idea. Very dumb.
TheUltimateBeing 01 (4 days ago)
There is no such thing as a smart gun. It if fires, it is lethal and prone to causing deliberate or accidentally killings.
Beyond Tribalism (4 days ago)
This sounds like a great idea to anyone who knows nothing about the firearms industry.
Richard Goode (4 days ago)
A any policy to a non provide of a firearm in a child as a life in a point as a use.
Ludovico Dellavecchia (5 days ago)
the only solution is forbids any gun sales!
Ludovico Dellavecchia (5 days ago)
What is the solution if i can buy a M-14 in a super market? And if i wanna kill my self the problem is my depression not the tool which i use to kill my self
Thor S.W. (5 days ago)
This should implement dependable law into it, and the smart gun need to apply the new technology into it like electro or radio microchip owner's identification system into the gun instead of fingerprint technology because of practical use when the dirty and unable to read.
Aayana R (5 days ago)
This is a great idea! No idea comes out perfectly on the first try, but if it's a step that can even save one life...amazing!
Chicken Tendies (5 days ago)
Look what you have done to the poor glock you monsters!!
Sam Sjk (6 days ago)
The people that are mad about smart guns are the ones who use guns as a way to hide that they are scared. If they can't shoot a gun because it's locked they will lose their minds. "Oh no this gun has a extra safety feature so my kids can't get a hold of it and shoot someone with it". These are also the people who have 50 guns laying around their house not locked and with the safety off. If your kid mass shoots a school it's not on me.
Maple Flavor (6 days ago)
your imposed laws are mob enforced violence
One day, you say to person who want to kill you, oh, im so sorry, wait im need to charge my gun battery, maybe you have a charger?...)))
David Mays (6 days ago)
I would purchase
RedLight GreenArrow (6 days ago)
Is it just me or are far right people just absolutely hates anything technology related? Even if it’s a smart gun? I feel like if a geek or nerd to them is behind anything, they automatically hate it. Whether if it’s something like Apple Pay, electric cars, or in this case something like a smart gun. Holding back progress as a whole.
Vidal Sanchez (6 days ago)
Apple almost got sued because lyrics facial recognition was unlock my somebody else in China
Vidal Sanchez (6 days ago)
You can barely get it to work on phones and you guys want to put it on guns
Peter Knobloch (6 days ago)
Smart guns!?? Dumb idea. Will never buy one.
Night Shade (6 days ago)
GUNS SHOULD HAVE LOCKS ON THEM.. retard
bob smith (7 days ago)
except for this to actually be implemented means you would have to label every gun ever made made prior to it as illegal, as well as convince every single manufacturer in the world to now only produce smart guns. Ya, never gonna happen
Mozart (7 days ago)
Over-engineering at it's best. This is the definition of solutionism. Guns work just fine and they are safe unless they are broken. If I steal your smart gun, it's a matter of minutes I just remove your lock pin from the trigger assembly. Put a nano GPS tracker device and a mechanism to destroy the firing pin that would only work thru point to point user defined technology that's open source which would invalidate government intervention. This is a "destroy if stolen" mechanism and then you stay a chance.
John Doe (7 days ago)
Bloomberg; go away. Nobody wants your opinion on gun control. We want to protect ourselves, and you cannot stop us. We aren't giving them up no matter what you do. The only thing you accomplish is pushing moderate and right-leaning centrists like myself towards the republican party. I have absolutely no interest in voting for ANY democrats because they are so vehemently anti-gun. Drop the anti-gun stuff and we can start talking. Until then, I'm voting red.
Brian Woods (7 days ago)
What if a kid knows how to use a gun and gets attacked and mommy’s gun won’t shoot causing his death 💀
Peppe Ddu (7 days ago)
You can make a smart-gun "fail safe" If the battery die or there's a malfunction the gun defaults to "unlock" (aka it will fire with anyone using it) It's a system designed to protect children, not a system to prevent people from using their guns.
Colin Yuan (7 days ago)
"hey man, I invent a smart killing device that could save people's lives..."
Jack Het (7 days ago)
I’m so desperat when i hear those americans who prefer their children more then loosing their right to be able to kill other people.
SOMESH VALANKE (7 days ago)
If you want to kill your just use knife😕
SoonToBlow (7 days ago)
Also, that horse crap about suicide is ridiculously annoying. Reason, people can use knives & drugs to do harm to themselves.
SoonToBlow (7 days ago)
A gun has never killed someone before. The fuck? 30,000 people have been killed by people, not guns. Guns are an object it needs a person to activate it's powers. Also, no need for smart guns, just smarter people. Simply lock your gun in a lock box and not leave it on the damn table, specially with a child in the home. Not the guns fault, but rather the person's fault.
Username47948 (7 days ago)
People don't kill themselves or shoot up schools because they have access to firearms. They're gonna find a way to accomplish their goal. Look at Japan, guns are very strictly controlled and suicide rates are higher than in the US. Mass murderers don't need guns to kill. Timothy McVeigh didn't use a gun and he killed more than any mass shooter in US history. If your fingerprint smart gun works as well as the fingerprint reader on my phone then you'll have sacrificed more lives than you saved. In the near future some woman will end up raped and murdered because the guy at the gun store sold her a smart gun that took to long to read her fingerprint. I would not trust my life to this technology. Even if it did work his prototype uses a single stack magazine instead of a double stack, about halving the magazine capacity of that Glock
Uppish (7 days ago)
I still believe that gun safety is one of the upmost important requirements to be a gun owner, and that it is their responsibility to look after their firearm. Even though I'm more liberal than conservative, this sadly won't solve the problem completely. And if a smart gun is in the hands of someone long enough, someone somewhere will find a way around it. I remember watching a video about bump stocks, and how it works. They said something along the lines of, "Is making bump stocks illegal going to save lives? Yes. Will someone find a way around it? Yes. Just like with Prohibition in the 1920's, someone is going to find a way around it." And although guns aren't illegal, unlike alcohol during Prohibition, someone will unfortunately create a product to put on the market to disable a smart gun, using a loophole that will make said product legal, just like the bump stock. Also, I live in NJ, and I personally think that law will cause so much more outrage from gun owners, rather than save lives. I had to register my airsoft guns because of some laws passed a couple of years ago, and that already gave me such a headache.
212driller (7 days ago)
Nope. If you make stupid crap like this people will just hack them etc. Its the same thing as breaking into a gun safe to steal the gun. A stupid solution for the wrong problem. If we focused all of these antigun efforts on fighting actual crime we wouldn't still be having gun violence problems. People will get a hold of, or make their own firearms even if they become illegal, so why not try to fight the criminal element instead of the tool they use?
Brock Domain (7 days ago)
more parts = more malfunctions.
Floridian Empire (7 days ago)
Hmm...
AmericanGrizzly (7 days ago)
Its the owners responsible to keep them in a safe place.
Guns can jam and fingerprint sensors can misread. Placing both in a mass-produced device seems a bit risky considering lives can be at stake. Maybe the technology should be limited to rifles and other larger caliber weapons? Seems like a compromise. But I dunno. To some, guns are dangerous killing tools, to some, it's a hobby, and to others still, it's a way to keep a piece of mind. Any legislation will have to appeal to all three groups.
Scarlet Matt (7 days ago)
The worst thing to happen is someone hacking the authentication system and murdering someone essentially tying the real owner to the murder. The gun company will try to defend it's system. Another one is the gun not working when intended. Traditional firearms struggle with dirt and other elements, and this just adds another layer of complexity over it. Perhaps the most important counter argument is 80% lowers and ghost gunner. No way of tracing it. Or cad files that can be used to print out working firearms when metal 3D printing becomes easily accessible.
imake videos (7 days ago)
I still don’t think this is a great idea because 1. It’s a hassle for self defense 2. Unreliable 3. Can be hacked or if someone wanted to use it without it being there’s. They could take it apart and just cut the wire. 4. Government could litteraly hack into it and stop all guns from working. Last but not least, there are already 350 million guns in the US. How can we put this in 350 million that are already in use. I’ll admit, this is smarter thinking than gun control
How do you hack a device that is not connected to the internet? #3 is bunk.
Your Pal (7 days ago)
Tell Bloomberg to stick it lol
O. Joei.B (7 days ago)
Security and safety on that is bullshit. Already heard of people bypassing the technology using magnets...
Josh Deffenbaugh (7 days ago)
So when that agent has to use that gun to protect his life, he would have to wait for the sensor to detect his hands? No
a Roc (7 days ago)
Terrible idea👎🏾
Lance Bangwell (7 days ago)
Your gun shouldn't be smart, the holder of the firearm should be the smart one. If the kid finds the gun, who's fault is that? Bloomberg will keep feeding you bullshit.
Robert McNamara (7 days ago)
Stupid Idea
New Goliard (8 days ago)
Fingerprint is too slow and it still won't stop negligent discharges.....it needs to go boom every time and tech isn't there yet.
Flabpants03 Gaming (8 days ago)
the gun can be hacked with a magnet pointed at it and anyone can fire it
eino karjalainen (8 days ago)
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Daniel Neely (8 days ago)
People will never buy them too many problems they won’t work if you’re wearing gloves or if your hands are dirty and what if you need your gun in an emergency and you don’t place your finger in the right spot or you forgot to charge the gun so the scanner won’t work if people are using a gun for defense they want it to work when they need it in any conditions there is no time to fiddle around with the gun trying to get it to recognize your finger prints the scanner on my iPhone already pisses me off sometimes so the last place I would want it to be is on my guns
Georg Plaz (8 days ago)
I remember news about such guns something like 10 years ago..
Your Pal (8 days ago)
this reminds me of the stupid car commercials where the automatic collison braking "saves" your life. hello? pay attention to the f*ckin road. What about the false positive braking that can send the car behind you smacking you dead?
Your Pal (8 days ago)
A trained LEO leaving a loaded gun for his son? LOL What other crazy scenarios can bloomberg come up with? How about us leaving a rocketLauncher on the front yard grass? LOLOL
Trevor (8 days ago)
Guns already cost enough, thanks but no thanks.
G35sR6Racer (8 days ago)
This seems like a very dumb idea that addresses really nothing IMO.
Gerburt Pinkerton (8 days ago)
Guns don't kill people. Stupid people with guts kill people. Smart Guns can be hacked. Our youth is so intertwined with technology now a days. If 13 year olds can hack government websites, whats to stop than from hacking a "smart gun". Sounds like a dumb gun to me....
Wayne Ville (8 days ago)
Fewer guns are being sold????? This guy is an idiot.
Gatis Ločmelis (8 days ago)
Bro, my phones finger print scanner doesn't work 70% of the time.
King Kaymen (8 days ago)
Yeah either but yourself a smart gun that might not shoot or just put it on top of the fridge or have it on you at all times. We don’t need kid safe firearms
King Kaymen (8 days ago)
Yeah wait until you really need it and it can’t fire because software always malfunctions
Yankee Gohome (8 days ago)
"Smart guns can prevent thousands of suicides, let's start there..." Well this liberal is either a liar or an idiot or both! Like somebody who wants to commit suicide will stop trying to do that just because he or she doesn't have access to a firearm. What's next? Let's ban trains too because people can jump in front of them!
Shane Prior (8 days ago)
We don't need smart guns. We need gun owners to be smarter about how they lock up their guns or where they keep them and who they give access the gun to
Thomas Nixon (8 days ago)
Isn't it possible that this biometric security could be hacked? Negating the entire point of the smart gun.
Americans are weird, they are obsessed with guns and think porn is art lol
Super Moon (8 days ago)
This is stupid
bob soejatmixo (8 days ago)
No gun will more saver than smart gun
Sergio Galvan (8 days ago)
Suck my smart balls
Sergio Galvan (8 days ago)
Fuck You Faggots
pizza rio (8 days ago)
let people try it and teste it, people loves Ak because it was proven maybe smart gun need to be proven not force into people by law.
Peter Petrakis (8 days ago)
If it costs me my life because it doesn't work when I need it, will my wife be able to get a refund on my behalf? Thanks.
colin mindak (9 days ago)
smart guns are dangerous and shows how stupid people are, if you argue for a smart gun, you should not own a gun anyway, fingerprint technology or any technology can fail, through human error, wrong gun on duty etc, which is dangerous if you need the gun in the moment. A safe gun is one that works,nothing more nothing less ,without tec or human fingerprint input,etc, show some responsibility, and do what a normal person would do, buy a safe .
duke1duke1 (9 days ago)
How does he figure it would reduce suicides? If someone wants to commit suicide, they don't really care about the method. If there is no gun around, they'll swallow a bottle of pills.
J. Montrice (9 days ago)
How About instead of inventing more guns, we destroy all the guns in the world even better lets go back in time and stop the idiot who invented guns from inventing them.
Yellow Diamond (9 days ago)
Why don't we just ban guns?
Josh Deffenbaugh (7 days ago)
Yellow Diamond Yeah, no
Iven Kobe (9 days ago)
Just like judge dred's gun
KERO TAN (9 days ago)
MGS4!!!
Jena TH (9 days ago)
Everything´s supposed to be 'smart' now! What´s next? Smart condom?

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