This question made me laugh.
Torture is inhumane, barbaric and, in the vast majority of instances, very ineffective. Torture subjects will usually confess to or reveal anything in order to stop their suffering or pain. Some authorities in less advanced countries sometimes use it to make interrogation subjects confess to crimes.
Torture only has any chance of being effective in a scenario where the accuracy of the torture subject's information can be very quckly verified.
Highly incisive, very aware and very intensely strong-minded and pragmatic logician and tactician, very high-grade threat detector, nurturer of life-saving mental enhancement and developer of superior methods of societal organisation. Vehement advocate of human advancement, invulnerability and continuity / realisation of desirable and/or protective human, societal and global attributes (will viciously oppose any person or entity threatening these, without exception).