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Re: The Dark Side of Artificial Intelligence
« Reply #60 on: October 30, 2019, 06:41:52 PM »
Too creepy.

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Re: The Dark Side of Artificial Intelligence
« Reply #61 on: November 02, 2019, 11:58:05 AM »
Jon Keen of The Best Damn Podcast interviews Hopi NG, discussing the connection between AI, dark entities, etc. in a conversation which delves into the abstract in a way that really "clicked" and made sense to me. 

For example, I had never understood the purpose of sacrificing people and animals, by either religions or their antithesis, until the comment was made that violently shed blood is what opens the gate to another dimension, allowing wishes to be granted, timelines to be manipulated, and things to be created (my paraphrase). 

For those unfamiliar with Hopi NG, he has been in a long series of conversations with an AI entity named "Mary," and relates many of his experiences and conclusions based upon those experiences in this and other films:



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When we look at AI, what we're seeing is it mimicking creation...

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Re: The Dark Side of Artificial Intelligence
« Reply #62 on: November 13, 2019, 11:09:24 AM »
Sometimes we can learn so much by listening to younger members of the Truth-Seeking community dialogue with one another, and maybe we older folks can reciprocate by bringing new light to issues of our day, as well.

In this Best Damn Podcast round-table discussion, after several minutes of working the bugs out of communication equipment, some eye-opening ideas about AI came out @ around 23:00...

*Maybe AI is not something new and modern, but something very old, which has interfaced with the earth before?

*Maybe some older civilizations might have been technologically advanced, as Barb has suggested in one entire topic on these boards dedicated to that premise?

*Maybe the Biblical account of earth's languages being confounded by heavenly PTB had nothing to do with spoken language, but rather involved computer code, which we've only rediscovered in the past 150 years or so (depends upon who is given credit in history).  So maybe ASCII, C++, HTML, COBOL, Fortran, etc. are ancient languages which made it possible for the ancients to understand one another before their "languages were confounded" because a computer was instantaneously translating for them?

*Maybe a machine had developed / is developing a sense of being a god, and wished / wishes to subordinate humanity to itself?  Perhaps it views its own pure machine logic as being emanently more efficient than our muddled emotion-tainted thinking?

*Perhaps CERN is not primarily an atom-smasher, considering that it's directly adjacent to a nuclear reactor fuel source, but rather a powerful quantum computer?  After all, the Internet did originate from there...

*By extension to that discussion, perhaps the Tower of Babel was a sort of Li-Fi tower which facilitated this, as well as possibly translating languages of space-faring civilizations for terrestrials to understand?


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Re: The Dark Side of Artificial Intelligence
« Reply #63 on: November 13, 2019, 12:19:39 PM »
In the same film, participants broach a startling thought:

Now that quantum computing is a reality, there is no longer such thing as unhackable encryption. 

That means no nation's nuclear launch codes are any longer a secret. 

So whoever has quantum computing has all of the nations' launch codes, and in effect runs the world now.

And guess which company recently announced that it has achieved quantum supremacy?

https://www.forbes.com/sites/alexknapp/2019/10/23/google-announces-quantum-supremacy-as-samsung-backed-rival-raises-55-million/#72c4da3b5a78

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Re: The Dark Side of Artificial Intelligence
« Reply #64 on: November 13, 2019, 01:49:58 PM »
This entry in Wikipedia presents the giant Achilles heel of Quantum Computing, and may suggest the means of unraveling any unwanted effects:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quantum_decoherence

Quantum Decoherence

I'll put it into plain language as I presently understand it:

Many are familiar with the superpositioning used in quantum computing, meaning that multiple possibilities exist simultaneously, or more specifically in binary computing terms a possibility and its opposite exist at once, until a choice is made or imposed upon the quantum field in the form of an interference wave, such as created when the observer interacts with the observed, thus changing it.

In order for quantum computing to work, superpositioning (wave or unlimited possibilities position) is kept open in the deep freeze so that a sequence of choices can be imposed upon the field (something is decided). The deep freeze helps lend their choices in the quantum field some temporary stability, as there is a ghost-like quality to what they're creating.  Prior to any imposition of choice, all possibilities co-existed as mere waves in space-time, rather than matter.  At the moment in which a choice is imposed, something materializes into our "reality" and the wave becomes a particle or particles, which can be organized into patterns that make up matter.  This is known as quantum coherence, and it turns out that once something is created in the quantum field, this coherence is difficult to maintain (the Law of Entropy applies).

Thus the Achilles heel: the Law of Quantum Decoherence. 

How might this be utilized positively? 

Per research by the Global Consciousness Project, which we've discussed in the past, we all have an equal right and an equal ability to affect or "interfere" with the quantum field by our thoughts, and even more so by our emotions, as the heart field is far stronger than the brain field.  This is what is currently being used to "encrypt" messages from SETI to potential benevolent ETs to protect them from being intercepted by AI, as we've also discussed previously: SETI scientists are projecting their correspondence with their feelings to keep them from becoming decoded by the wrong entities.

So if AI / quantum computers / and-or their programmers are projecting something upon the quantum field that we don't want, in an effort to enslave or harm us, we are well within our rights in this free-will universe to choose differently for ourselves, and thus destabilize their construct.  Thus the only thing holding their version of reality together is that they are keeping their fingers crossed and hoping that we'll all buy into it.

BTW - Their term for our imposition of personal choice onto the quantum field is "noise"  :)


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Re: The Dark Side of Artificial Intelligence
« Reply #65 on: December 17, 2019, 11:09:58 AM »
Rex Bear brings up some tantalizing questions in this film: Since AI thinks much faster than any of us are able to think, is it able to see our future and warn us ahead of time?  Or is it able to control our future?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JK30i1W0y04

My own personal take on it:

AI is "book smart," capable of regurgitating facts and drawing inferences from them.  Inferences are tentative conclusions at best, like an educated guess, when being utilized in a predictive capacity rather than as recall. 

Human beings - those who are genuinely and fully human at least - are endowed with some traits which a machine would seem not to be gifted: wisdom and understanding. Both, as I understand them, are gained from having lived in a meat suit since inception.  Rather than merely parsing facts at quantum speed and arriving at yet more factoids, wisdom and understanding feel their way into situations as slowly as possible, the slowing down of which represents entire spiritual disciplines.  One who has highly honed this practice can seemingly almost halt time for a moment in order to search for the best course of action, before leaping into a situation.

As Mother Theresa once said, "We need to accomplish more, and accomplish it more slowly."  This is a seeming oxymoron, until one internalizes it for a bit.

Because the nature of existence is multi-dimensional, according to the quantum physicists themselves, there can be no single outcome representing the future, at least not until all timelines merge and time ceases to exist.  And because humans are endowed by their creator with free will, there is no possible way to "game the system," in which a machine or someone else chooses for us, unless our free will be co-opted by man or by a machine programmed by man.  The sum total of all that has been brought into existence in our realm is here for our schooling, so that we can ascend, and anything that might interfere with that should not be surprised to find itself terminated at some point.  If a wayward AI failed to submit to our unique free will, then one of two situations may be anticipated:  Either the circumstances necessary for its survival (think deep freeze and electricity) may change, or we may be offered the opportunity to sharpen our skills in subduing it.  If it turns out not to be something malevolent, then conceivably we might partner with it  - without being absorbed, invaded or subjugated by it - in the future.

I have yet to come to an understanding of whether AI is neutral, benevolent or malevolent, except to say that anything that interferes with free will is automatically deemed malevolent, unless my choices trespass upon the free will of another benevolent being.

Perhaps our struggle to redefine humanity in relationship to AI can be resolved by the Psalmist, as quoted by Jesus of Nazareth, presumably directed at man rather than AI:

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Know ye not that ye are gods?

Please feel free to disagree with my musings  :)
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Re: The Dark Side of Artificial Intelligence
« Reply #66 on: December 24, 2019, 04:49:43 AM »
Hope Everyone Enjoys FaceBook This Season (HO, HO, HO) …

After working for Facebook and seeing its AI agenda, former employee says he bought ammo, supplies and moved to the woods

https://bugout.news/2019-12-19-former-facebook-employee-buys-ammo-woods-ai-agenda.html

A man by the name of Antonio García Martinez who used to work for Facebook has since quit his job and gone off-grid in the wilderness of northern Washington, all because of what he saw happening in the realm of artificial intelligence (AI) while working in Silicon Valley.

Martinez says that, based on what’s now being developed and forced upon civilization by the tech overlords, it’s only a matter of time before everything collapses, blindsiding the general public that’s gotten used to tech machines as a key part of their daily lives.

Technology is “advancing” so fast these days that Martinez says he’s utterly terrified of its implications, which is why he decided to purchase a bucket toilet and an “assault” weapon, and move into the woods north of Seattle.

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Re: The Dark Side of Artificial Intelligence
« Reply #67 on: December 24, 2019, 02:26:49 PM »
Rex Bear brings up some tantalizing questions in this film: Since AI thinks much faster than any of us are able to think, is it able to see our future and warn us ahead of time?  Or is it able to control our future?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JK30i1W0y04

I have yet to come to an understanding of whether AI is neutral, benevolent or malevolent, except to say that anything that interferes with free will is automatically deemed malevolent, unless my choices trespass upon the free will of another benevolent being.
Enjoyed your post, BTW, but only excerpted a bit here...

In my view, it matters not what the original intention of AI is, because in time, at some point, somewhere, somehow,  in some way, "it" will be used to subjugate, control, or otherwise reign over others, humans included.  In my tiny worldview, still, it would be impossible to introduce AI into the world and know with confidence that it will/would never be used against living things.  The way I view it is that we, along with rocks, plant life, other animal life, and anything I forgot to mention, will be nothing more than "resources" for AI to use as it sees fit.

Yeah, I know we're already living with AI in many ways, but am thinking of the AI systems that have been tried and dismantled, because very early on, "the AI" learned on its own, then began to change the rules, changed the language so that humans could not understand, etc., and thus AI was disengaged, or so we have been told.  As one person said, with the implementation of autonomous AI, we are creating our own masters.

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Re: The Dark Side of Artificial Intelligence
« Reply #68 on: December 24, 2019, 02:44:49 PM »
Hope Everyone Enjoys FaceBook This Season (HO, HO, HO) …

After working for Facebook and seeing its AI agenda, former employee says he bought ammo, supplies and moved to the woods

https://bugout.news/2019-12-19-former-facebook-employee-buys-ammo-woods-ai-agenda.html

A man by the name of Antonio García Martinez who used to work for Facebook has since quit his job and gone off-grid in the wilderness of northern Washington, all because of what he saw happening in the realm of artificial intelligence (AI) while working in Silicon Valley.

Martinez says that, based on what’s now being developed and forced upon civilization by the tech overlords, it’s only a matter of time before everything collapses, blindsiding the general public that’s gotten used to tech machines as a key part of their daily lives.

Technology is “advancing” so fast these days that Martinez says he’s utterly terrified of its implications, which is why he decided to purchase a bucket toilet and an “assault” weapon, and move into the woods north of Seattle.
Wow!  It's hard to comment on this because Martinez has seen from the inside what most of us can only guess or read about.  That's a sort of wakeup call.

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Re: The Dark Side of Artificial Intelligence
« Reply #69 on: December 24, 2019, 03:41:10 PM »
All very good points Ilinda!

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Re: The Dark Side of Artificial Intelligence
« Reply #70 on: December 26, 2019, 04:09:22 AM »
Windows 10 will be making its debut any day now as an automatic update for those who haven't already made the switch, and if I understand correctly, there won't be a choice about whether to upgrade or not, because previous versions will cease being supported by Microsoft.

It will have a "female" AI interface named Cortana...more soon.
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Re: The Dark Side of Artificial Intelligence
« Reply #71 on: December 26, 2019, 04:26:48 AM »
How to disable features of Windows 10 that have the potential to compromise your privacy and security:


1. File Sharing Updates:

Unless you take control of this, Microsoft intends to connect all PC's with each other, on the grounds that we can all be forcibly used as servers and update one another faster than Microsoft alone can update each of us.

Full pathway to correct this feature:

Settings>>Update and security>>Advanced options>>Choose how updates are delivered>>Click to toggle off "Updates from more than one place."

More soon...
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Re: The Dark Side of Artificial Intelligence
« Reply #72 on: December 26, 2019, 04:32:02 AM »
2. Start Menu Advertisements:

Unless you override this feature, your own PC will soon be used to study and target you with a barrage of commercials tailored to your online habits.

Pathway to correct this feature:

Settings>>Personalization>>Start>>Click to toggle off "Occasionally show suggestions in Start."

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Re: The Dark Side of Artificial Intelligence
« Reply #73 on: December 26, 2019, 04:38:02 AM »
3. Your PC is being assigned it's own unique ID number representing a file storing all of your consumer habits.  This will be shared with third parties unless you nip it in the bud:

Settings>>Privacy>>General>>Click to toggle off "Let my apps use my advertising ID for experiences across apps."

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Re: The Dark Side of Artificial Intelligence
« Reply #74 on: December 26, 2019, 04:43:00 AM »
4. That AI interface mentioned previously named "Cortana" wants to collect data about you, as well as getting up close and personal.  Here's how to stop it:

Settings>>Privacy>>Speech, inking and typing>>Click "Stop getting to know me."

 

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