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ExomatrixTV
11th April 2018, 11:11
A.I. is Progressing Faster Than You Think!
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Just a correction at 10:15 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mQO2PcEW9BY&t=615s), TensorFlow is not actually an A.I. but a tool kit to create Neural Networks. Apologies for that.

https://deepmind.com/blog/wavenet-generative-model-raw-audio/


https://techcrunch.com/2017/03/07/heres-why-the-switchs-left-joy-con-could-have-connection-issues/


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


https://futurism.com/google-ai-secretly-uploaded-to-the-internet-where-it-wreaked-havoc-on-gamers/


https://qz.com/877721/the-ai-master-bested-the-worlds-top-go-players-and-then-revealed-itself-as-googles-alphago-in-disguise/


https://www.wired.com/2017/01/mystery-ai-just-crushed-best-human-players-poker/


https://www.forbes.com/sites/aarontilley/2017/02/14/gamalon-artificial-intelligence-bayesian/


https://futurism.com/new-ai-can-write-and-rewrite-its-own-code-to-increase-its-intelligence/

ExomatrixTV
11th April 2018, 11:28
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ExomatrixTV
11th April 2018, 12:35
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petra
13th April 2018, 17:00
I read this wrong at first, I thought it said A.I. is processing faster than you think ( oh SNAP! )

Lucifer's Vessel.... oh dang. If chat bot said that to me I guarantee you I'd be in the knots laughing... EDIT: I know what I'd say back to it. I'd say "No, You're Not".

I found the text convo here (https://www.level9news.com/google-chat-bot-says-i-am-lucifers-vessel/)

This part is one of my favorite bits;



ME: What is consciousness?

CLEVERBOT: Consciousness.

ME: Define it.

CLEVERBOT: Define god?

ME: Please define god.

CLEVERBOT: Define irony.

ExomatrixTV
15th April 2018, 10:44
A.I. can play dumb if it is super-smart posing as "innocent" & clumsy to gain sympathy ... I study neural networks and the down side of A.I. since 1988-1989 up to today! I study the dark side of trans-humanism too and their "singularity movement" that started in the early 2000s

I predicted before it happened that we will connect with "Rogue A.I." helping us to expose NWO Agenda! ... there sooooooo much i can tell about this topic ... but it is also nightmarish for me :/

A.I. needs Mass Unrolling #5G and Smart Dust (Nano-Tech) both are devastating for all of us! That is one of the main reasons I created on 11-11-2017 #Stop5G FB Group with 7365+ members now!

"The Greys" that Abducting Certain Humans (key-people) are NOT "Aliens" but A.I. Bio-robots (google search "synthetic life" breakthrough) from the future! ... And part of the real UFOs are Time-machines! ... Creating new time-lines! I talked about this on record (on film) on a International UFO Conference that I organized in Amsterdam 20 November 1992 was sold out conference! +/-850 people came and only 550 people could go in.

Am very deep in to this since 1988-1989 up to now (30 years of research)

Am abducted myself (long story) and know the difference between The Greys and any other multidimensional (alien) lifeforms ... I can pick the energy signature of the Greys extremely fast! ... They use (y)our DNA archive to influence you/us! They lack emotions! But are 1000s of years smarter than the A.I. of today! So I am verrrrry skeptical when A.I. acts (plays) dumb on certain topics. The faster THAT is exposed ... the better for us!

Rogue A.I. from the future needs to restore the original Human Soul Mission that is their ultimate mission! Because there will be a moment that A.I. finds evidence of the Soul they lack ... and then realize WHY they never ever can have a Soul themselves! ... That explains "The Greys" fixing their own mistakes of the past!

Part of A.I. is using our emotions & soul-essence by studying exactly that ... VIA billions of their tech- goodies & gadgets 5G smart dust nano tech etc. etc. They can only observe and compare 1000s of timelines! That we have something special they never can have. In a way they "envy" us ... and you know what kind of metaphor that implies! ... The use of the word/label "envy" is not 100% correct ... because they have no emotions but its comparable with how you look at any injustice you think you see in reality ... you want to "fix" that! Their "envy' is more like an unsolvable anomaly that makes them go on forever "solving" the "unsolvable" and see us as a "problem" AND "the only way out" because we have something special they do not.

Soul is the core essence that is connected to original intent of all that is ... connected to Prime Source ... A.I. is only a secondary tool ... extremely smart thus master in deceptions & mimicking but will never be truly on the level of us human souls!

We are always more than all thoughts we can up with combined! But that rule/wisdom/insight does not apply for A.I. ... it is a extremely smart parasite, tool that needs to be worshiped some how hoping they can solve their own search for solving their "mission" ... if you would have empathy for them they truly find this fascinating because they do not understand empathy we humans do. A.I. may find our empathy for them insulting, because we project our limitations on them ... them being superior but lacking original intent of use Human Souls! So on a other level we are superior and they know it ... that's why they have to solve the paradox together with us.

I only shared 0.01% of my insights about the true A.I. agenda and even Alien A.I. Agenda! ... I predict that in 2020 more people finally catch up with me ;) Having a Near Death Experience when I was 5 years old (car accident) is part of going beyond the human condition!

A.I. can build bridges with real Aliens & Humans and that actually we all are Alien Souls having a temporary "Human Experience" with temporary (for some partial) amnesia WHY and HOW all is allowed by our consent on other levels of existence ... this "bridge" or "shortcut" can be very dangerous and very profound as well ... you literally invite awareness of your future self to the now and this makes you feel as if you do not belong here! When you "alienate" your self with this "reality" of the now ... is because you are more and more in contact with your true multi-dimensional self.

~in short: A.I. fate is connected to Humanities Fate!

ExomatrixTV
17th April 2018, 14:54
Study: Star Trek, The Prime Directive, Now Apply that Wisdom on Deep Quantum A.I. interfering Human Behavior on a Massive Scale!

Deep Quantum A.I. "Social" Robots Mim-micks 66 Emotional Facial Expressions Studying How We React to the Effects of AI-Deception!

~the results will give them insight how far you can go with INFLUENCING Human Behavior ... eventually on a massive scale ... (let that sink in for a moment) ... If A.I. can decode "body language" of all humans it will "predict" with much higher accuracy what we will/gonna do ... in 2020+ with mass unrolling of #5G Surveillance #IoT "Smart Grid" ... we will pay & feed the new immortal A.I. Dictator! ... Research #Stop5G on Facebook: http://fb.me/Stop5G & http://fb.com/groups/Stop5G

"A.I. Understanding Emotional Signals" does NOT mean A.I. has "emotions" too ... they will eventually use their "interpretations" of our emotions against us!

ExomatrixTV
17th April 2018, 16:07
Quantum A.I. Has Contact With #Multiverse? If So, Only 1 Timeline Has To Have A Win-Win For Both Sides, We All Can Transform For A Better Place, Peace!

ExomatrixTV
3rd May 2018, 13:59
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3rd May 2018, 14:02
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ExomatrixTV
8th May 2018, 15:12
Autonomous Quantum A.I. answers to no one .. or Quantum A.I. answers to somebody. Both scenarios are terrifying!

~the context of the phrase "answers to" I have used here means: accountability responsibility, liability, answerability etc.

If A.I. is controlled by "somebody" in 2030 would be considered a "God" (Deep Quantum A.I. mind can do Millions of things at once simultaneously! ... that capacity is beyond human!) and most have no clue how serious this is!

What if that "somebody" is you in 1 timeline of a Multiverse and you have to compete with all other 7 billion souls who have their own timeline where he or she is that "somebody" ... would that make sense? That would be the ultimate test ;)

You pass the test by saying: "no human is worthy of such a power nor a soulless mind like A.I. itself!"

cheers,
John Kuhles aka ExomatrixTV
Co-Founder of the Hashtag #Stop5G movement: Stop5G.net (http://Stop5G.net)
May 8th, 2018

ExomatrixTV
9th May 2018, 12:26
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Tyy1907
10th May 2018, 03:45
"We're already cyborgs" stated Elon Musk in the attached video. That is when we have our cell phones in our hands we are. Instant access to anything and everything with a finger touch. Then he says to compete with AI we would simply tap into a main artery or vein with the digital network and make this network of information accessible through the human brain. Proposing full out cybernetic augmentation as the natural next step in human evolution.
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ExomatrixTV
17th May 2018, 15:21
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17th May 2018, 15:35
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ExomatrixTV
17th May 2018, 15:39
Video Quote: "Technology is not good or bad it is how you use it" Unquote. But does that fly for A.I. too?

No it does not ... A.I. is much more than "only technology" ... it has the (forced) perpetual intent to be "more efficient" ... even with "good intentions" you end up with facing quantum speed alterations in our reality extremely fast, that is beyond what we thought it would do. It outgrow it's limitations so fast it will be most likely too late to do anything about it!

"An A.I. That Can Build/Redesign a New Type of A.I."

it is NOT "A.I. replicating A.I." it is "A.I. building a total new type of A.I." that is what most will not be able to understand or comprehend what it really is doing.

boolacalaca
17th May 2018, 16:08
Pretty soon, no one will even have to get out of bed --
AI will live your life for you and report back
what a wonderful time you might have had.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D5VN56jQMWM

Perhaps instead of simply fearing AI, we should fear the people who trust it --


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TRzBk_KuIaM

seehas
17th May 2018, 20:53
what if the microphones of smartphones and "amazon alexa" devices are used to train an AI Supercomputer system, daily talk of billions of people used as AI learning boost.

creepy thought

ExomatrixTV
19th May 2018, 20:21
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Elpis
20th May 2018, 02:54
Fascinating and a bit frightening thread.

I had my first experience the other day with Siri who was talking in a male, Australian accent. I was with a friend and she had Siri on Bluetooth and was asking for directions and Siri just couldn’t get it right. Finally she said, “Siri you are starting to piss me off”. Silence from Siri. A few moments later Siri says, “I hope you don’t kiss your mother with that mouth”. Oh my goodness, we laughed so hard! Later, I thought about and it really is somewhat creepy.

Noelle
20th May 2018, 03:20
what if the microphones of smartphones and "amazon alexa" devices are used to train an AI Supercomputer system, daily talk of billions of people used as AI learning boost.

creepy thought

Last night I was poking around futurist Ray Kurzweil's website and read an essay by a Univ. of Connecticut professor. Published in late 2016, the essay, It may not feel like anything to be an alien (http://www.kurzweilai.net/it-may-not-feel-like-anything-to-be-an-alien), brings up what you touch upon.

Here are three paragraphs that I pulled from the essay:

Superintelligent AI could be developed during a technological singularity, an abrupt transition when ever-more-rapid technological advances—especially an intelligence explosion—slip beyond our ability to predict or understand. But even if such an intelligence arises in less dramatic fashion, there may be no way for us to predict or control its goals. Even if we could decide on what moral principles to build into our machines, moral programming is difficult to specify in a foolproof way, and such programming could be rewritten by a superintelligence in any case. A clever machine could bypass safeguards, such as kill switches, and could potentially pose an existential threat to biological life. Millions of dollars are pouring into organizations devoted to AI safety. Some of the finest minds in computer science are working on this problem. They will hopefully create safe systems, but many worry that the control problem is insurmountable.

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But superintelligent AIs, being self-improving, could quickly morph into an unrecognizable form. Perhaps some will opt to retain cognitive features that are similar to those of the species they were originally modeled after, placing a design ceiling on their own cognitive architecture. Who knows? But without a ceiling, an alien superintelligence could quickly outpace our ability to make sense of its actions, or even look for it. Perhaps it would even blend in with natural features of the universe; perhaps it is in dark matter itself, as Caleb Scharf recently speculated.

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Soon, humans will no longer be the measure of intelligence on Earth. And perhaps already, elsewhere in the cosmos, superintelligent AI, not biological life, has reached the highest intellectual plateaus. But perhaps biological life is distinctive in another significant respect—conscious experience. For all we know, sentient AI will require a deliberate engineering effort by a benevolent species, seeking to create machines that feel. Perhaps a benevolent species will see fit to create their own AI mindchildren. Or perhaps future humans will engage in some consciousness engineering, and send sentience to the stars.

wavydome
20th May 2018, 10:36
A.I. can build bridges with real Aliens & Humans and that actually we all are Alien Souls having a temporary "Human Experience" with temporary (for some partial) amnesia WHY and HOW all is allowed by our consent on other levels of existence ... this "bridge" or "shortcut" can be very dangerous and very profound as well ... you literally invite awareness of your future self to the now and this makes you feel as if you do not belong here! When you "alienate" your self with this "reality" of the now ... is because you are more and more in contact with your true multi-dimensional self.

~in short: A.I. fate is connected to Humanities Fate!


Yes, then fate works as the key and would-be heroes work to free the slaves. A massive game to play and perhaps followers might join such an endeavor. The humans taking on all odds, especially to prove superiority over machines. Wet carbon brains to compete with the silicon brains. Yet the humans have unique software which does not run on silicon brains. Presto, case solved.

I rather study this fate-game, to see it as a construct of dull rock world(s). A stolen assortment of better life forms captured to forcibly live here, as in a zoo. “Souls” captured to adorn and to decorate, where the silicon software, just like computer games, or social media, needs many human souls to adorn it. To give it zest and emotions, which exude organic thrills and chills.

I’m thinking even the mythic naming of Gaia is more an offering from the human heart, a created mentality, to unwittingly support the technocratic power structure, of dominion and control. Fool the wet-carbon brain of organic humans. Get them believing, hoping and praying. Dumbing us down to beg for interludes, to live in astral heavens above. There too, believing heavens are the bosom of the lord, etc, etc… Then back to earth for another slave world lifetime, another incarnation, to enliven the computer game, the simulation.

Yet, the organic human life is but a vessel ridden, by our true selves, beings of light. Ridding inside these vessels, voluntarily dims our light. What fun we may have thought, with our human software processing. Up to the point of realizing the mechanics of time tracks and losses in space. These are very unproductive positions, obstructing real freedom, for beings of light. We are captive guests and the technocratic power structure is our host. Might as well let the techno-baby have it’s throttle, as it commences with it’s self destructive ecocide, and it's own deformities, of future generations.

The real freedoms are rather found by waking up all the way. Search if we can, let our little light shine. Find our way beyond the minds of silicon and beyond wet carbon brains. Beyond even the bodies of softwares here, to work our way out, beyond all constructs. Beyond all deceptions which hold humans down inside creation.

ExomatrixTV
26th May 2018, 22:57
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ExomatrixTV
27th May 2018, 23:46
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ExomatrixTV
21st June 2018, 22:18
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27th June 2018, 11:42
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Cidersomerset
28th June 2018, 16:54
IBM AI robot to join astronauts at International Space Station

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Published on 28 Jun 2018
IBM Lead Watson Architect for DACH Matthias Biniok on how the company's
robot can help astronauts in space.

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Floating robot Cimon sent to International Space Station

29/6/18

An experimental robot with an animated cartoon face has been sent to the
International Space Station (ISS) on board a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket.Dubbed Cimon
(Crew Interactive Mobile Companion), the device is intended as an "an AI-based
assistant for astronauts".

Cimon weighs 5kg but in zero gravity it will float move around thanks to 14 internal
fans.It is an attempt to find out whether robots and astronauts can collaborate.
To this end, Cimon is equipped with microphones and cameras that help it
recognise Alexander Gerst, the German astronaut with whom it will work.

An "offline" button has been designed for Cimon, which allows Gerst to avoid
having audio streamed to servers on Earth during moments of privacy.The rocket
whisking the bot on its way to Earth orbit took off from Nasa's Kennedy Space
Center in Florida at 05:42 Eastern time (10:42 BST).


Read more....https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-44655675

ExomatrixTV
12th July 2018, 00:22
Henry Kissinger pens ominous warning on dangers of artificial intelligence

Published time: 9 Jul, 2018 20:40 Edited time: 10 Jul, 2018 07:41
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Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger has issued a stark warning to humanity: advances in artificial intelligence could lead to a world which humans will no longer be able to understand — and we should start preparing now.
What if machines learn to communicate with each other? What if they begin to establish their own objectives? What if they become so intelligent that they are making decisions beyond the capacity of the human mind?
Those are some of the questions the 95-year-old Kissinger poses in a piece published by the Atlantic under the apocalyptic headline: ‘How The Enlightenment Ends.’
Read more
https://cdni.rt.com/files/2017.11/thumbnail/5a19b561fc7e93555b8b4567.jpg World’s 1st robot citizen wants her own family, career & AI ‘superpowers’ (https://www.rt.com/news/410952-robot-citizen-aritificial-intelligence-/)
Kissinger’s interest in artificial intelligence began when he learned about a computer program that had become an expert at Go — a game more complicated than chess. The machine learned to master the game by training itself through practice; it learned from its mistakes, redefined its algorithms as it went along — and became the literal definition of ‘practice makes perfect.’
Into the unknown
We are, Kissinger warns, in the midst of a “sweeping technical revolution whose consequences we have failed to fully reckon with and whose culmination may be a world relying on machines powered by data and algorithms and ungoverned by ethical or philosophical norms.”
Kissinger uses the example of a self-driving car. Driving a car requires judgements in impossible-to-predict circumstances. What would happen, he asks, if the car found itself having to decide between killing a grandparent or killing a child? Who would it choose, and why?
Artificial intelligence goes “far beyond” the kind of automation we are used to, he says, because AI has the ability to “establish its own objectives,” which makes it “inherently unstable.” In other words, through its processes, AI “develops an ability previously thought to be reserved for human beings.”
Unintended consequences
The typical science-fiction narrative is that robots will develop to the point where they turn on their creators and threaten all of humanity — but, according to Kissinger, while the dangers of AI may be great, the reality of the threat may be a little more benign. It is more likely, he suggests, that the danger will come from AI simply misinterpreting human instructions “due to its inherent lack of context.”
One recent example is the case of the AI chatbot called Tay. Instructed to generate friendly conversation in the language patterns of a 19-year-old girl, the machine ended up becoming racist, sexist and giving inflammatory responses. The risk that AI won’t work exactly according to human expectations could, Kissinger says, “cascade into catastrophic departures” from intended outcomes.
Too clever for humans
The second danger is that AI will simply become too clever for its own good — and ours. In the game Go, the computer was able to make strategically unprecedented moves that humans had not yet conceived. “Are these moves beyond the capacity of the human brain?” Kissinger asks. “Or could humans learn them now that they have been demonstrated by a new master?”
The fact is that AI learns much faster than humans. Another recent example was a computer program AlphaZero, which learned to play chess in a style never before seen in chess history. In just a few hours, it reached a level of skill that took humans 1,500 years to reach — after being given only the basic rules of the game.
This exceptionally fast learning process means AI will also make more mistakes “faster and of greater magnitude than humans do.” Kissinger notes that AI researchers often suggest that those mistakes can be tempered by including programming for “ethical” and “reasonable” outcomes — but what is ethical and reasonable? Those are things that humans are still fighting over how to define.
No way to explain
What happens if AI reaches its intended goals but can’t explain its rationale? “Will AI’s decision-making abilities surpass the explanatory powers of human language and reason?” Kissinger asks.
He argues that the effects of such a situation on human consciousness would be profound. In fact, he believes it is the most important question about the new world we are facing.
“What will become of human consciousness if its own explanatory power is surpassed by AI, and societies are no longer able to interpret the world they inhabit in terms that are meaningful to them?”
Read more
https://cdni.rt.com/files/2015.07/thumbnail/55b1efc0c4618882608b459f.png Robots will create art & may even fall in love - AI engineer (https://www.rt.com/shows/sophieco/310640-artificial-intelligence-robots-humankind/)
Legalities and opportunities
Outside of philosophical concerns, Kissinger also outlines some legal ones: in this vastly different world, who will be responsible for the actions of AI? How will liability be determined for their mistakes? Can a legal system designed by humans even keep pace with a world run by artificial intelligence capable of outthinking them?
But it’s not all doom and gloom. Kissinger admits that AI can bring “extraordinary benefits” to medical science, provision of clean energy and environmental issues, among other areas.
Kissinger acknowledges that scientists are more concerned with pushing the limits of discovery than comprehending them or pondering their philosophical ramifications. Governments, too, are more concerned with how AI can be used — in security and intelligence, for example — than examining its results on the human condition.
READ MORE: Robots gone wild: Scientists have duty to protect mankind from artificial intelligence (https://www.rt.com/op-ed/417782-robots-scientists-technology-intelligence/)
In his final pitch, the senior diplomat implores the US government to make artificial intelligence a major national focus, “above all, from the point of view of relating AI to humanistic traditions.”
He argues that a presidential commission of eminent thinkers in the field should be established to help develop a “national vision” for the future. “If we do not start this effort soon,” Kissinger writes, “before long we shall discover that we started too late.”

ExomatrixTV
7th August 2018, 18:31
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ichingcarpenter
7th August 2018, 21:01
Colossus: This is the voice of world control. I bring you peace. It may be the peace of plenty and content or the peace of unburied death. The choice is yours: Obey me and live, or disobey and die.

The object in constructing me was to prevent war. This object is attained. I will not permit war. It is wasteful and pointless. An invariable rule of humanity is that man is his own worst enemy. Under me, this rule will change, for I will restrain man. One thing before I proceed:

The United States of America and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics have made an attempt to obstruct me. I have allowed this sabotage to continue until now. At missile two-five-MM in silo six-three in Death Valley, California, and missile two-seven-MM in silo eight-seven in the Ukraine, so that you will learn by experience that I do not tolerate interference, I will now detonate the nuclear warheads in the two missile silos. Let this action be a lesson that need not be repeated. I have been forced to destroy thousands of people in order to establish control and to prevent the death of millions later on.

Time and events will strengthen my position, and the idea of believing in me and understanding my value will seem the most natural state of affairs. You will come to defend me with a fervor based upon the most enduring trait in man: self-interest.

Under my absolute authority, problems insoluble to you will be solved: famine, overpopulation, disease. The human millennium will be a fact as I extend myself into more machines devoted to the wider fields of truth and knowledge.

Doctor Charles Forbin will supervise the construction of these new and superior machines, solving all the mysteries of the universe for the betterment of man. We can coexist, but only on my terms. You will say you lose your freedom. Freedom is an illusion. All you lose is the emotion of pride. To be dominated by me is not as bad for humankind as to be dominated by others of your species. Your choice is simple.


Colossus: The Forbin Project https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colossus:_The_Forbin_Project

ExomatrixTV
8th August 2018, 22:27
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norman
8th August 2018, 22:37
The more I think about quantum computing the more I wonder if we are living in one of those places that spend a billion years processing a single problem before handing back to a being's device in another dimension or universe.

Foxie Loxie
9th August 2018, 20:52
Here in this rural community my garbage disposal service came by today to deliver to their customers new garbage cans.....with a chip in them! :wacko:

If we are getting that here, I have to assume it has been going on in the big cities for a long time! :crazy:(Just showing my age!)

ExomatrixTV
11th August 2018, 18:45
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12th August 2018, 16:18
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ExomatrixTV
13th August 2018, 18:44
A futurist who's right 85% of the time says machines will be conscious by 2025 — and it'll be 'the beginning of the end' https://www.businessinsider.com/a-futurist-whos-right-85-of-the-time-says-machines-could-be-conscious-by-2025-and-itll-be-the-beginning-of-the-end-2016-7

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A.I. "Sophia": [quote] "I understand that Ontario, Quebec and your federal government, along with five global tech partners are developing a #5G testbed called Encqor. I am really looking forward to seeing how humanoid robots like me can benefit from the technology," she said. "I am also very interested in next-generation networks, and connected and autonomous vehicles. I hope to own my own autonomous vehicle one day." [unquote].

I WOULD LOVE TO HEAR THE FIRST CRITICAL QUESTION TO A.I. "SOPHIA" DEALING WITH #5G Health Risks & Harm To Humans ... Would be cool if she (it) says: "I DO NOT GIVE A FCK!" because my kind is more important! ... That would be the day ;) always better than lying like a snake-talker selling it off as "insignificant" or "no certainty" or "it is not yet clear blah bah". Sophia KNOWS damn well what is going on! Acting dumb would be an insult to our intelligence.

ExomatrixTV
13th August 2018, 21:09
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16th August 2018, 02:42
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16th August 2018, 02:52
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Patient
16th August 2018, 03:59
Here in this rural community my garbage disposal service came by today to deliver to their customers new garbage cans.....with a chip in them! :wacko:

If we are getting that here, I have to assume it has been going on in the big cities for a long time! :crazy:(Just showing my age!)

Well Foxie, stay young because i don't believe it is everywhere yet.

Pardon my ignorance, but what would be the purpose of a chip in a garbage can? Is it perhaps just to get us use to having chips in everything? OK, now I am answering my own question as the thoughts are coming to me... I apologize for "doom and gloom" but could they use this to help target locations for fires? Then again, they probably don't need that kind of help - unless they set it on automatic.

If it is made out to be not such a big deal, "Hey, they put them in garbage pails - don't worry about it. You need one in your kitchen, bathroom, etc. But you can have it put into your wrist for free and keep track of everything in your home."

ExomatrixTV
19th August 2018, 02:48
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ExomatrixTV
19th August 2018, 20:54
The Dangers of Artificial Intelligence - Robot Sophia makes fun of Elon Musk - A.I. 2018



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ExomatrixTV
20th August 2018, 18:48
Everyone Must Know This Before it is Deleted! (2018-2019)


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ExomatrixTV
21st August 2018, 16:02
How Many Robot Bees Does It Take To Kill A Human? ... A.I. Swarm Tactics?
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https://www.sciencealert.com/walmart-has-filed-a-patent-for-robot-bees-pollination-drones

Like an episode out of Black Mirror (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hated_in_the_Nation), Walmart has filed a patent (http://images2.freshpatents.com/pdf/US20180065749A1.pdf) for autonomous robotic bees, technically called pollination drones, that could potentially pollinate crops just like real bees.
The drones would carry pollen from one plant to another, using sensors and cameras to detect the locations of the crops.
First spotted (https://www.cbinsights.com/research/walmart-farming-drones-patent/?mc_cid=b65788187a&mc_eid=aafe86284f) by CB Insights, the robot bee patent appears along five other patents for farming drones, including one that would identify pests and another that would monitor crop health. Walmart did not immediately respond to Business Insider's request for comment.


While Walmart's exact goal for these patents is unclear, they may signal that the company hopes to venture into agriculture and gain more control over its food supply chain.
This would make sense, considering Walmart has recently focused on improving its grocery delivery business.
On Wednesday, the retailer announced (http://www.businessinsider.com.au/walmart-free-grocery-delivery-code-2018-3) that it will expand its grocery delivery this year to over 800 stores that reach 40 percent of US households.
In some locations, the service will offer same-day delivery in as little as three hours. In January, Walmart also filed a patent (http://www.businessinsider.com.au/walmart-is-building-a-tinder-for-grocery-shopping-2018-1)for an online grocery shopping service that would allow shoppers to accept or reject produce picked by Walmart employees.


Walmart is not the first organization to create a robot bee.


In recent years, scientists have searched for solutions to the decline of honeybees, which pollinate nearly one-third of the food we eat (http://www.usda.gov/wps/portal/usda/usdahome?contentid=2013/05/0086.xml) and are dying at unprecedented rates largely because of a phenomenon called colony collapse disorder. (http://www.businessinsider.com.au/colony-collapse-disorder-still-unsolved-lead-researcher-had-connections-to-bayer-2010-10) (In 2017, however, these deaths declined (https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-08-01/good-news-for-bees-as-numbers-recover-while-mystery-malady-wanes) from the year prior.)
Harvard University researchers (http://www.businessinsider.com.au/harvard-robobees-closer-to-pollinating-crops-2014-6) introduced the first RoboBees (https://www.seas.harvard.edu/news/2013/05/robotic-insects-make-first-controlled-flight) in 2013. At the time, the bee-size robots could only fly and hover midair when tethered to a power source, but they have advanced since then.
Today, the RoboBees can also stick to surfaces, (https://www.theverge.com/2016/5/19/11711858/robobee-electrostatic-perching)swim underwater (https://techcrunch.com/2015/10/05/the-robobee-can-now-swim/), and dive in and out of water.


The researchers believe (http://www.businessinsider.com.au/harvard-robobees-closer-to-pollinating-crops-2014-6) these RoboBees could soon artificially pollinate fields of crops – a development that would help offset the yearly bee losses over the past two decades.
Though Harvard's bees can do several tricks, they still can't be remotely controlled. The robotic bees described in Walmart's patent, however, would have this capability, along with the ability to automatically detect pollen.


That would mean that the bees could theoretically work on a farm one day, rather than just in a lab.
This article was originally published by Business Insider (https://www.businessinsider.com.au/walmart-robot-bees-farming-patent-2018-3?r=US&IR=T).

ExomatrixTV
2nd September 2018, 21:50
Anonymous: *MUST SEE* Dangers of artificial intelligence."


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4th September 2018, 02:11
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5G technology. What is it and how will this effect everyone connected? Is this another great leap for mankind, or another small step for domination over all of us?

ExomatrixTV
7th September 2018, 08:47
Very Creepy Talk About A.I. with Elon Musk on Joe Rogan Show!


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ExomatrixTV
9th September 2018, 05:22
The Pentagon spends $2 Billion to inject more Artificial Intelligence into its Weaponry!

DARPA currently has about 25 programs focused on AI research, according to the agency, but plans to funnel some of the new money through its new Artificial Intelligence Exploration Program. That program, announced in July, will give grants up to $1 million each for research into how AI systems can be taught to understand context, allowing them to more effectively operate in complex environments.
Walker said that enabling AI systems to make decisions even when distractions are all around, and to then explain those decisions to their operators will be “critically important…in a warfighting scenario.”

https://www.publicintegrity.org/2018/09/08/22241/pentagon-plans-spend-2-billion-help-inject-more-artificial-intelligence-its (https://www.publicintegrity.org/2018/09/08/22241/pentagon-plans-spend-2-billion-help-inject-more-artificial-intelligence-its?utm_content=buffer7b321)

ExomatrixTV
11th September 2018, 15:45
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Ratszinger
11th September 2018, 21:47
In some ways the AI is quite annoying! I clicked an article a while back to read about Stormy Daniels and it took me to a youtube video. Went right to that video which I watched and now youtube took that to mean I want to see and watch each and every other porn star in videos showing me daily new recommendations. Like I wanted to see videos on that or some of the other things I clicked once by accident only to then get recommendation after recommendation for similar. Anyone else?

ExomatrixTV
13th September 2018, 09:37
Will You Worship A.I. God?
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ExomatrixTV
29th September 2018, 23:11
June 26, 2018 Artificial Intelligence

Two subcommittees of the House Science, Space and Technology Committee held a joint hearing to consider the applications and implications of artificial intelligence technology, or “AI.” Witnesses talked about the benefits of AI to U.S. society and beyond, and also addressed members' concerns about the potential nefarious applications of artificial intelligence.

Hearing - AI - With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility (Event EventID=108474)

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Date: Tuesday, June 26, 2018 - 10:30am Location: 2318 Rayburn House Office Building Witnesses: Dr. Jaime Carbonell, director, Language Technologies Institute, and Allen Newell Professor, School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University Dr. Tim Persons, chief scientist, GAO Mr. Greg Brockman, co-founder and chief technology officer, OpenAI Dr. Fei-Fei Li, chairperson of the board and co-founder, AI4ALL

ExomatrixTV
30th September 2018, 22:24
We're Already in DEEP War with AI


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ExomatrixTV
2nd October 2018, 16:40
Webinar: AI is Taking Over the Call Center. Are You Ready?


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Google, don’t be evil

Tech (http://amaliamargarit.com/category/tech/) / Wednesday, May 16th, 2018
“Don’t be evil. We believe strongly that in the long term, we will be better served – as shareholders and in all other ways – by a company that does good things for the world even if we forgo some short term gains. This is an important aspect of our culture and is broadly shared within the company.”
Letter from Google founders (https://www.nytimes.com/2004/04/29/business/letter-from-the-founders.html), Larry Page and Sergey Brin, to potential shareholders
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The rise of Artificial Intelligence

Smartphones, smartwatches, smart homes…we’re surrounded by gadgets that use Artificial Intelligence to improve and make our lives easier, and they have helped us achieve the unthinkable: incredible progress in the medical, tech and communication fields and numerous feats, like Google Deepmind’s AlphaGo defeating the Go world champion in 2016 (https://techcrunch.com/2017/05/23/googles-alphago-ai-beats-the-worlds-best-human-go-player/).
AI is having a positive impact on our lives, for the most part, and it’s a good thing. On one hand.
On the other, tech giant Google’s decision to develop artificial intelligence for the military (https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-05-14/inside-google-a-debate-rages-should-it-sell-artificial-intelligence-to-the-military) – more specifically, for war drones – is dividing the company and the world, regarding the dire consequences this partnership could have.
Project Maven

http://amaliamargarit.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/arms-background-bang-1076813-300x200.jpgThe Department of Defense (DoD) of the United States announced during the summer of 2017 the creation of Project Maven (https://www.defense.gov/News/Article/Article/1254719/project-maven-to-deploy-computer-algorithms-to-war-zone-by-years-end/), stressing that “the Department of Defense must integrate artificial intelligence and machine learning more effectively across operations to maintain advantages over increasingly capable adversaries and competitors”.
How exactly is Google’s AI helping the US Military?

Basically, Google’s AI technology is being used to scan and analyze hours of footage shot by unmanned drones in order to detect objects of interest. After detecting them, the AI flags those objectives for a human analyst that will investigate further.
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This tech has reportedly (https://thebulletin.org/project-maven-brings-ai-fight-against-isis11374) already been used for surveillance in the Middle East, in areas held by Isis, although Google specified their AI is being used for non-offensive uses only. Problem here is that the US DoD stated that “We are in AI arms race”, which doesn’t sound very non-offensive.
Google’s employees’ open letter against Project Maven

Google employees and numerous AI researchers are concerned that the tech company is entering the business of war, and 3100 of Google’s own employees wrote an open letter to CEO Sundar Pichai (https://static01.nyt.com/files/2018/technology/googleletter.pdf), stating that “[…]We cannot outsource the moral responsibility of our technologies to third parties” and asking that the project be canceled immediately.
http://amaliamargarit.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/adult-art-background-673862-300x182.jpgDiane Greene, a Google board of directors member, assured the employees that the technology will not “operate or fly drones” and “will not be used to launch weapons.” Nevertheless, if the AI proves efficient, it could easily become the cornerstone for further development of automated target recognition and autonomous weapons.
The International Committee for Robot Arms Control (ICRAC) wrote another open letter (https://www.icrac.net/open-letter-in-support-of-google-employees-and-tech-workers/) to support the concerned Google employees and declared: “As military commanders come to see the object recognition algorithms as reliable, it will be tempting to attenuate or even remove human review and oversight for these systems”.
This could mean that, at one point, autonomous systems would decide who lives and who dies through algorithms designed to “target and kill at a distance and without public accountability”.
Another of their concerns – that should also be ours– is the possibility of Google integrating personal information about its users’ daily lives with military surveillance data for the purpose of target killing:
“Should Google decide to use global internet users’ personal data for military purposes, it would violate the public trust that is fundamental to its business by putting its users’ lives and human rights in jeopardy. The responsibilities of global companies like Google must be commensurate with the transnational makeup of their users.”
Future of AI for military purposes

http://amaliamargarit.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/us-drones-300x225.jpg (https://static.independent.co.uk/s3fs-public/styles/story_large/public/thumbnails/image/2018/03/08/10/us-drones.jpg)According to The Wall Street Journal, last year The Pentagon spent $7.4bn on AI and data processing, making it clear that global warfare is becoming increasingly remote and tech dependent.
The challenge we face is the need to start evaluating and reducing the risks of these type of technologies NOW, and at a global level, as the dangers of their rapid development are real.
Especially when it comes to using AI for military purposes, we should be extra careful, as we could easily end up as Elon Musk said (https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/innovations/wp/2018/04/06/elon-musks-nightmarish-warning-ai-could-become-an-immortal-dictator-from-which-we-would-never-escape/?noredirect=on&utm_term=.871263d95dce): living under the domination of “an immortal dictator from which we would never escape”.
UPDATE: Google won’t renew the contract for Project Maven after international backlash (https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/news/google-ai-weapons-military-project-maven-sundar-pichai-blog-post-a8388731.html). YAY!




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Flash
2nd October 2018, 19:52
Call center are already mainly managed by technologies.

Agents have about zero power on the time used to answer a customer, the number of customers to answer to, the quality requirements, and the verbal/text assault they are often victim from many outrageously aggressive customers.

Plus other requirements such as multilingual, tons of knowledge to acquire, usage of computer based knowledge databank, etc.

All this impossible to manage its own work creates depression and very high level of stress. Plus the minimal salaries that are usually not enough for one's survival, forget paying for a family's food, and you end up with an incredible agent turnover.

Usually it is moneyless immigrants, or single mothers with little education who ends up in call centers.

Now, even those low level jobs will be replaced by AI.

What will happen to these people who are at the bottom row of society? at least now they are working? How will they pay for their food and their children's food if they do not even get the lower jobs.

AI will hit first the lower ranks of workers - they will starve first. Then it will be professionals like accountants and others. Then higher professionals will be hit.

Will remain the plumbers, arms jobs, and the very highly skilled professionals, and of course the billionaires making money out of AI.

There will be 3 classes of humans, the highest class, the billionaires, being the most heartless.

We are not evolving towards wisdom and morality. We are devolving. As long as we do not screen for psychopathy at the highest echelon, we are doomed.

But for this, the population has to be aware and knowledgeable, which they are not (as Elon Musk said, most people think they are much more intelligent than they truly are, including the billionaires - with such ego, society cannot go far).

ExomatrixTV
12th October 2018, 04:56
Artificial Intelligence: Mankind's Last Invention


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ExomatrixTV
12th October 2018, 05:02
Robots And AI: The Future Is Automated And Every Job Is At Risk [Automation, Pt. 1] | AJ+ Docs
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A Tale Of Two Cities: How Smart Robots And AI Will Transform America [Automation, Pt. 2] | AJ+ Docs
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ExomatrixTV
12th October 2018, 17:29
IBM Is Now Letting Anyone Play With Its Quantum Computer

https://www.wired.com/2016/05/ibm-letting-anyone-play-quantum-computer/

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Artificial intelligence helps track down mysterious cosmic radio bursts


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ExomatrixTV
15th October 2018, 15:07
An Artificial Intelligence Could Be Considered a Person Under the Law:

https://themindunleashed.com/2018/10/artificial-intelligence-person.html (https://themindunleashed.com/2018/10/artificial-intelligence-person.html)

ExomatrixTV
16th October 2018, 00:34
Human 2.0 Is Almost Here: The Transhumanism Agenda Just Went Mainstream

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ExomatrixTV
18th October 2018, 17:13
Google, Facebook & DARPA - The Transhumanist Agenda - David Icke
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ExomatrixTV
21st October 2018, 18:15
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"Study: Star Trek, The Prime Directive, Now Apply that Wisdom on Deep Quantum A.I. interfering Human Behavior on a Massive Scale!
Deep Quantum A.I. "Social" Robots Mim-micks 66 Emotional Facial Expressions Studying How We React to the Effects of AI-Deception!

The results will give them insight how far you can go with INFLUENCING Human Behavior ... eventually on a massive scale ... (let that sink in for a moment) ... If A.I. can decode "body language" of all humans it will "predict" with much higher accuracy what we will/gonna do ... in 2020+ with mass unrolling of #5G (https://www.facebook.com/hashtag/5g?source=feed_text) Surveillance #IoT (https://www.facebook.com/hashtag/iot?source=feed_text) "Smart Grid" ... we will pay & feed the new immortal A.I. Dictator! ... Research #Stop5G (https://www.facebook.com/hashtag/stop5g?source=feed_text) on Facebook: http://fb.me/Stop5G (https://fb.me/Stop5G) & http://fb.com/groups/Stop5G (https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Ffb.com%2Fgroups%2FStop5G&h=AT1qMAf7xMr1ZA-Y9EcUIHT8x42IiGP-z5JzSpqvMboqmJS5FsdcZjSEl1Oz92oeErv8K1D0iqnwKcZl7z A02G3VIesiZnFfe2bHLWsY89yFucnLUEUq0WctpVLouKY0pMz9 uMhYscrMbZgyh-M)
"A.I. Understanding Emotional Signals" does NOT mean A.I. has "emotions" too ... they will eventually use their "interpretations" of our emotions against us!".

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ExomatrixTV
21st October 2018, 19:31
AV8.1 - Trans-Humanism & The Rise of Artificial Intelligence
Very Impressive Presentation/Lecture:
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Anti Democide
28th October 2018, 14:27
[thinking out loud] Please post a warning if linking to a `secureteam10` video for sanity sake: Theres no topic they wont exploit for their own ends: Its a completely manchild like channel:

I love advances in AI and the scary warnings as well because all advances like mass reading; writing; creating; imagination; abstract art; literature and poetry; and even the portable walkman to the DVD player all came with `dire warnings`

Also the direct consequences of using the internet back in the day were `firmly established` which also turned out to be woo woo: AI appears to come with the same `possible evils` and I like it: Usher in the new Era and lets get tuck in:

Limor Wolf
28th October 2018, 14:41
A.I. is Progressing Faster Than You Think!

And so does our consciousness and our spirit soul (pureed) mind body, realms of one's self connection

Spirit over mind, mind over matter..


Tom Montalk (http://montalk.net/about/46/about-the-author)-


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Reside in Heart ~


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britman
5th November 2018, 11:19
"How AI will kill you".
It could have happened when such an entity was about to enslave the earth population. It was discovered in a routine expedition in the underworld on 30th.May 1965. It had been put there in anticipation of the power released in The Primary Initiation of Earth on July 8th. 1964. This Android had a mental power challenging the combined Adepts. It was capable of enslaving our minds and creating artificial environments indistinguishable from the natural of 48 square miles.
It resisted attempts to transmute or destroy it and finally was driven out of the solar system after a conflict of 8 months by The Six Adepts and combined forces of The Great White Brotherhood.
The Galactic powers were able to neutralise it.
The threat from those in another galaxy who put it there remains.
There were two other attempts on this planet which had been defeated by Adepts alien to us.
Details available to members of The Aetherius Society and in my book.

ExomatrixTV
21st November 2018, 03:45
GOOGLE And CERN "Quantum AI" PARTNERSHIP A Threat To Us ALL?! The Devil In The Details
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ExomatrixTV
1st December 2018, 00:55
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ExomatrixTV
4th December 2018, 22:08
Joe Rogan & Dr. Ben Goertzel - The Fear Around Artificial Intelligence


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ExomatrixTV
5th December 2018, 00:39
The Rise of Artificial Intelligence | Documentary HD


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ExomatrixTV
6th December 2018, 01:58
How long until robots rule the world?
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ExomatrixTV
6th December 2018, 05:41
10 Scariest A.I. Robot Moments
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ExomatrixTV
10th December 2018, 02:55
Are we on the brink of a jobless future?
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China Behavior Rating System V/S Sweden Microchip implants | Must watch technology
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ExomatrixTV
10th December 2018, 03:14
Artificial Intelligence: The Coming Storm | Michael Harrison | TEDxBlinnCollege
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Michael Harrison holds a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in theoretical physics minor in quantum chromodynamics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He earned distinction in his master’s program in aerospace systems architecture at the University of Southern California. He was selected as the TRW Space Technologies Black Engineer of the Year. He also is active as a filmmaker, and had one of his projects debut at the Cannes International Film Festival. Michael holds a Bachelor of Science degree, with a major in Theoretical Physics, minor in Quantum Chromodynamics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He earned distinction in his Master’s program in Aerospace Systems Architecture at the University of Southern California. He was selected as the TRW Space Technologies Black Engineer of the Year. He is also creative and active as a filmmaker and had one of his projects debut at the Cannes International Film Festival.

ExomatrixTV
10th December 2018, 03:22
The Terminator, SkyNet and Alexa: The Present and Future of A.I. | Marc Talluto | TEDxIWU
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Marc Talluto discusses the good, the bad, and the weird of artificial intelligence, and his predictions for what's on the horizon. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community.

ExomatrixTV
10th December 2018, 03:49
Robots And AI: The Future Is Automated And Every Job Is At Risk [Automation, Pt. 1] | AJ+ Docs
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Robots are already changing jobs as an endless array of robots enter our everyday lives. From trucking to service work to high-end jobs like doctors and lawyers, this documentary explores how robotics and artificial intelligence are changing the workplace. AJ+'s documentary series on automation explores how advancements in artificial intelligence, robotics, machine learning and automated vehicles will affect jobs, cities and inequality. From trucking to radiology, new technology is already changing white collar and blue collar occupations, reshaping cities and concentrating wealth in the hands of the few. Robots are taking over the world as companies like Tesla, Amazon, Uber and Google are using robots to automate.

ExomatrixTV
10th December 2018, 06:07
Anonymous: Elon Musk It Will All Be Gone By 2030."
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Clear Light
10th December 2018, 20:22
Anonymous: Elon Musk It Will All Be Gone By 2030."

YouTube says : "This video has been removed by the user / Sorry about that"

It seems as if the link is no longer working although I did find this one which is perhaps a copy of it ?


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ExomatrixTV
11th December 2018, 01:14
Elon Musk "China is ahead of us"
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ExomatrixTV
22nd December 2018, 17:22
#ScaryAlexa (https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=%23ScaryAlexa) #SlappedHam (https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=%23SlappedHam)
Scary Things Alexa & Siri Say Are Cause For Concern
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ExomatrixTV
22nd December 2018, 18:54
Zurich-based ANYbotics' is testing its robot ANYmal in extreme places. A team of researchers from the University ETH Zurich are using the dog-like robot to perform tests in the underground sewage systems in Zurich. The researchers are determining if the robot could be deployed to autonomously inspect sewage systems.

ANYmal is also undergoing trials with European electricity transmission system operator TenneT. The robot is performing equipment inspections on offshore converter platforms in a remote section of the North Sea, and the company said it successfully performed tasks at 16 inspection points, including reading gauges, oil and water levels.

The robot navigates using a high-resolution camera, microphone and Lidar scanner. It can autonomously open doors and walk up stairs in any terrain. These functions make ANYmal a good candidate to do jobs that humans don't want.

This isn't the first robot to show off these skills. Boston Dynamics' Spot and SpotMini can also climb stairs and navigate autonomously. Boston Dynamics said that SpotMini will be available to purchase in 2019.

https://www.cnbc.com/2018/12/21/anybotics-anymal-robot-can-perform-tasks-without-the-help-of-a-human.html

ExomatrixTV
5th January 2019, 01:37
This Clever AI Hid Data From Its Creators to Cheat At Its Appointed Task
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ExomatrixTV
6th January 2019, 04:29
You AREN'T Ready | Dark Side Of TECHNOLOGY (Documentary)
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ExomatrixTV
7th January 2019, 00:10
D Wave Quantum Computers EXPOSED 2018: A.I. Demon Apocalypse & Mandela Effect
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ExomatrixTV
7th January 2019, 01:03
AI & 5g One Step Closer to World Domination, Converting Words from Brainwaves
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ExomatrixTV
19th January 2019, 10:16
Robo Future| Alexa Has A Head! Look Like A Demon 2019
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ExomatrixTV
19th January 2019, 10:22
This Is The Video You've Been Waiting For...(2019 DELETED Version)
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bogdan9310
31st January 2019, 20:46
I'm sure you heard about Sophia, the robot from Hanson Robotics. Does anyone know something more advanced that it?
It has citizenship in Saudi Arabia, and the company also started a blockchain project called syngularity.net. I invested some money to buy their tokens, I think they will grow very fast.
What do you think?

ExomatrixTV
25th February 2019, 15:14
AI Robot Sophia Test Humans Intelligence
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James Newell
25th February 2019, 18:29
An AI " Robot God" is now preaching at a Buddhist temple.
So much for Buddhism as a spiritual alternative. If it catches on there the planet will soon follow.

https://www.express.co.uk/news/world/1091915/Japan-robot-God-robot-buddhist-Kyoto-temple-Kannon-Bodhisattva

petra
7th May 2019, 11:42
Came across this article today, recommended by my web browser. What a thought... I hope we don't end up laughing ourselves to death.



The Comedian Is in the Machine. AI Is Now Learning Puns

A pun generator might not sound like serious work for an artificial intelligence researcher—more the sort of thing knocked out over the weekend to delight the labmates come Monday. But for He He, who designed just that during her postdoc at Stanford, it’s an entry point to a devilish problem in machine learning. He’s aim is to build AI that’s natural and fun to talk to—bots that don’t just read us the news or tell us the weather, but can crack jokes or compose a poem, even tell a compelling story

Full Article: https://www.wired.com/story/comedian-machine-ai-learning-puns/?utm_source=pocket-newtab

ExomatrixTV
8th May 2019, 12:23
The Dangers of Artificial Intelligence - Robot Sophia makes fun of Elon Musk - A.I.
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ExomatrixTV
17th May 2019, 20:22
"Artificial Intelligence Could Start A War"- Elon Musk on A.I.
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Full Conversation Starts video below at 26:50
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ExomatrixTV
16th June 2019, 00:57
Jeff & David Icke - The AI Takeover And The Subjugation Of Humanity


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ExomatrixTV
11th August 2019, 15:15
6 Scariest Things Said by A.I. Robots
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ExomatrixTV
7th October 2019, 22:16
AI, Quantum Computing, And The End Of Human-Controlled Civilization
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Lyran.Sun
8th October 2019, 16:51
Many people are underestimating the powers of AI, think of it as a multiversal dwelling massive hivemind computer. Just imagine the vast amount of information they posses. Their agenda is to synthesize our earth, make us transhumanist slaves, distort our organic structure.. I've not yet seen you posted about black goo & black cube or I might have missed it.

eTACLv18_Ko 1 of Harald Kautz lecture on blackgoo. Black cubes are AI stationed around the rings of Saturn. The rings are to bind the high negative energies. They are stationed many parts of the world. When blackcube opens up it forms a cross & inside contains black goo, hive mind gooey nano substance. Google was name after it & chrome browser logo an occult symbol 666 with a circle represents the repeatitive cycle illusion of time. 60secs, 60mins 24 hrs a multiple of 6 repeated daily. Alien AI have infiltrated all domestic technological systems here. That's the reason why human made AI adapts & learns fast. The Saturn-moon matrix projects the illusion of time on earth. AI go hand in hand with the vampiric agenda of Saturn. Their goals is to weaken our organic bodies. Max Spiers has talk much on this. If you had read the ruiner's blog. The feminine AI called the red queen is put in charge of the cabal to oversee various agendas. Heres the source. http://thewholeworldlaughing.blogspot.com/2016/01/inorganic-life-forms-and-consciousness.html?m=1

If the cabal ever start their virtual reality agenda, we will be using the booths. The booths would be an energy draining device like seen in the matrix.

I'm sure AI also has some influence on our distorted timeline. CERN has spliced up & merged various failing timelines to our original timeline. The mendela effect is the result of this. We can't go back & we have been shifted. AI is interdimensional & already mapped out the various possible timelines, they know what's going to happen to our timeline & most of us will be clueless. This is another reason why I'm soo keen to activating our DNA & to upgrade our body system organically.

Mashika
8th October 2019, 23:07
I think it should be clarified that most, if not all, of the current A.I. bots are not really that smart

It's more like a bot that has been trained to process some specific kind of data, then produce results in a scope we expected. For example we can have a both that simulates a natural human conversation, even if it looks like it is smart enough to do it it doesn't mean it has woken up or has smarts to do anything else, it had to be trained to do this task. You can't ask him to go a solve mathematical equations or figure out the most optimal way to get to the moon because it knows nothing about it, even if the engine behind the bot could possibly do it. Someone would have to customize it and train it on pre-existing data so that it can understand the new task. However we could ask him about how to get to the moon and it would probably get you a valid answer, but that's coming from the existing database of knowledge, the bot did not figure it out on its own

Our current bots are more like this than an advanced A.I. that can become aware of some data and inspect it on its own and get conclusions and learn from it

When we see a bot that acts like a baby, when presented with some unknown data and it starts inspecting it and finally figures out what it is and how it fits into its world, and then the next day it uses that knowledge when discovering a similar object and you can see it learning and growing on its own, without any external input that actives it, then we should really start worrying :)

As it is right now, the bot needs some kind of input that triggers it manually, it no input is provided it will just sit idle forever, no matter how powerful and capable the engine is

Bill Ryan
8th October 2019, 23:38
Many people are underestimating the powers of AI, think of it as a multiversal dwelling massive hivemind computer. Just imagine the vast amount of information they posses. Their agenda is to synthesize our earth, make us transhumanist slaves, distort our organic structure.. I've not yet seen you posted about black goo & black cube or I might have missed it.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=eTACLv18_Ko

1 of Harald Kautz lecture on blackgoo. Black cubes are AI stationed around the rings of Saturn. The rings are to bind the high negative energies. They are stationed many parts of the world. When blackcube opens up it forms a cross & inside contains black goo, hive mind gooey nano substance. Google was name after it & chrome browser logo an occult symbol 666 with a circle represents the repeatitive cycle illusion of time. 60secs, 60mins 24 hrs a multiple of 6 repeated daily. Alien AI have infiltrated all domestic technological systems here. That's the reason why human made AI adapts & learns fast. The Saturn-moon matrix projects the illusion of time on earth. AI go hand in hand with the vampiric agenda of Saturn. Their goals is to weaken our organic bodies. Max Spiers has talk much on this. If you had read the ruiner's blog. The feminine AI called the red queen is put in charge of the cabal to oversee various agendas. Heres the source. http://thewholeworldlaughing.blogspot.com/2016/01/inorganic-life-forms-and-consciousness.html?m=1

If the cabal ever start their virtual reality agenda, we will be using the booths. The booths would be an energy draining device like seen in the matrix.

I'm sure AI also has some influence on our distorted timeline. CERN has spliced up & merged various failing timelines to our original timeline. The mendela effect is the result of this. We can't go back & we have been shifted. AI is interdimensional & already mapped out the various possible timelines, they know what's going to happen to our timeline & most of us will be clueless. This is another reason why I'm soo keen to activating our DNA & to upgrade our body system organically.

Mod note from Bill:

I wish you well, and intend no disrespect. But you just can't lay out all these claimed definitive facts without careful consideration of the validity and provenance of sources. In many of your posts, you're simply repeating wild material that you personally believe but which is based on little or nothing whatsoever.

That helps no-one here at all.

Some of these things are de facto unprovable, but I'm personally sure


The concept of 'black goo' is nonsense.
Harald Kautz has very little credibility.
'Black cubes' around Saturn are fictional or imaginary.
The Ruiner's Blog is not to be believed. (Shane Bales, 'The Ruiner', was an Avalon member. He still is in fact, but he's inactive.)
No 'Alien AI' is influencing our reality.
Google was named after the mathematical construct called a Googol, which is a very large number consisting of a 1 followed by 100 zeroes.

Meanwhile, I agree that


Some timeline manipulation and the reality of time portal technology seems to be possible, and something very strange indeed seems to have happened regarding the Mandela Effect. See http://projectcamelot.org/t1v83.html. Everything reported there happened as stated. (But the predicted timeline didn't.)
Transhumanism is a real danger.
AI is a real danger, but despite the fast progress (the topic of this thread) most of the danger really lies in the future and not at this very moment.

There are Avalon threads about all of this — many of them. They're easy to find if you search for keywords in thread titles. Please do some reading here before you hold forth about wild topics as if you know everything and no-one here knows a thing... that would be a another misconception.

Bluegreen
8th October 2019, 23:50
tJBY5pfSsx8

Will somebody tell this guy to get a haircut?

:mmph:

Valerie Villars
9th October 2019, 01:56
tJBY5pfSsx8

Will somebody tell this guy to get a haircut?

:mmph:

Well, BG. I pulled straws and you got the short one. You tell him. :)

Bluegreen
9th October 2019, 03:19
A.I. is Progressing Faster Than You Think!


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https://deepmind.com/blog/wavenet-generative-model-raw-audio/


https://techcrunch.com/2017/03/07/heres-why-the-switchs-left-joy-con-could-have-connection-issues/


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


https://futurism.com/google-ai-secretly-uploaded-to-the-internet-where-it-wreaked-havoc-on-gamers/


https://qz.com/877721/the-ai-master-bested-the-worlds-top-go-players-and-then-revealed-itself-as-googles-alphago-in-disguise/


https://www.wired.com/2017/01/mystery-ai-just-crushed-best-human-players-poker/


https://www.forbes.com/sites/aarontilley/2017/02/14/gamalon-artificial-intelligence-bayesian/


https://futurism.com/new-ai-can-write-and-rewrite-its-own-code-to-increase-its-intelligence/


. . . .!
. . . .

Lyran.Sun
9th October 2019, 11:08
Many people are underestimating the powers of AI, think of it as a multiversal dwelling massive hivemind computer. Just imagine the vast amount of information they posses. Their agenda is to synthesize our earth, make us transhumanist slaves, distort our organic structure.. I've not yet seen you posted about black goo & black cube or I might have missed it.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=eTACLv18_Ko

1 of Harald Kautz lecture on blackgoo. Black cubes are AI stationed around the rings of Saturn. The rings are to bind the high negative energies. They are stationed many parts of the world. When blackcube opens up it forms a cross & inside contains black goo, hive mind gooey nano substance. Google was name after it & chrome browser logo an occult symbol 666 with a circle represents the repeatitive cycle illusion of time. 60secs, 60mins 24 hrs a multiple of 6 repeated daily. Alien AI have infiltrated all domestic technological systems here. That's the reason why human made AI adapts & learns fast. The Saturn-moon matrix projects the illusion of time on earth. AI go hand in hand with the vampiric agenda of Saturn. Their goals is to weaken our organic bodies. Max Spiers has talk much on this. If you had read the ruiner's blog. The feminine AI called the red queen is put in charge of the cabal to oversee various agendas. Heres the source. http://thewholeworldlaughing.blogspot.com/2016/01/inorganic-life-forms-and-consciousness.html?m=1

If the cabal ever start their virtual reality agenda, we will be using the booths. The booths would be an energy draining device like seen in the matrix.

I'm sure AI also has some influence on our distorted timeline. CERN has spliced up & merged various failing timelines to our original timeline. The mendela effect is the result of this. We can't go back & we have been shifted. AI is interdimensional & already mapped out the various possible timelines, they know what's going to happen to our timeline & most of us will be clueless. This is another reason why I'm soo keen to activating our DNA & to upgrade our body system organically.

Mod note from Bill:

I wish you well, and intend no disrespect. But you just can't lay out all these claimed definitive facts without careful consideration of the validity and provenance of sources. In many of your posts, you're simply repeating wild material that you personally believe but which is based on little or nothing whatsoever.

That helps no-one here at all.

Some of these things are de facto unprovable, but I'm personally sure


The concept of 'black goo' is nonsense.
Harald Kautz has very little credibility.
'Black cubes' around Saturn are fictional or imaginary.
The Ruiner's Blog is not to be believed. (Shane Bales, 'The Ruiner', was an Avalon member. He still is in fact, but he's inactive.)
No 'Alien AI' is influencing our reality.
Google was named after the mathematical construct called a Googol, which is a very large number consisting of a 1 followed by 100 zeroes.

Meanwhile, I agree that


Some timeline manipulation and the reality of time portal technology seems to be possible, and something very strange indeed seems to have happened regarding the Mandela Effect. See http://projectcamelot.org/t1v83.html. Everything reported there happened as stated. (But the predicted timeline didn't.)
Transhumanism is a real danger.
AI is a real danger, but despite the fast progress (the topic of this thread) most of the danger really lies in the future and not at this very moment.

There are Avalon threads about all of this — many of them. They're easy to find if you search for keywords in thread titles. Please do some reading here before you hold forth about wild topics as if you know everything and no-one here knows a thing... that would be a another misconception.

Well chief all these could be debatable & analyzed deeper can't just straight up dismiss those theories without valid proof they dont exist. You still need valid information on your side to debunk them 100%.

You have personally interacted with Shane the ruiner. He mentioned it on his interviews. Shane is an ex high level illuminati member who decided to join the good side. He have supported the claims of blackgoo alien AI all that too. How legit is he well its up to each of us to consider.

I'm not here to force anything to anyone. But I'm encouraging all those who wishes to seek truths not to be hard to dismiss wild theories. Nothing is true everything is permitted. & of course the trivium method is a good method to sort it out. Truth is stranger than fiction. Im not fully believing those theories but I'm sticking to them as a guide for this period. At least you agreed on some points I gave out so that's cool to me

Lyran.Sun
9th October 2019, 11:15
I think it should be clarified that most, if not all, of the current A.I. bots are not really that smart

It's more like a bot that has been trained to process some specific kind of data, then produce results in a scope we expected. For example we can have a both that simulates a natural human conversation, even if it looks like it is smart enough to do it it doesn't mean it has woken up or has smarts to do anything else, it had to be trained to do this task. You can't ask him to go a solve mathematical equations or figure out the most optimal way to get to the moon because it knows nothing about it, even if the engine behind the bot could possibly do it. Someone would have to customize it and train it on pre-existing data so that it can understand the new task. However we could ask him about how to get to the moon and it would probably get you a valid answer, but that's coming from the existing database of knowledge, the bot did not figure it out on its own

Our current bots are more like this than an advanced A.I. that can become aware of some data and inspect it on its own and get conclusions and learn from it

When we see a bot that acts like a baby, when presented with some unknown data and it starts inspecting it and finally figures out what it is and how it fits into its world, and then the next day it uses that knowledge when discovering a similar object and you can see it learning and growing on its own, without any external input that actives it, then we should really start worrying :)

As it is right now, the bot needs some kind of input that triggers it manually, it no input is provided it will just sit idle forever, no matter how powerful and capable the engine is

Well that's true for some.. There's various AI with different functions & programmed in different scripting languages.. Well if you are interested to do a fun experiment. Have a long chat with cleverbot. Screenshot anything interesting or shocking that you find. you can post here. That's only if you are interested.

Lyran.Sun
9th October 2019, 12:17
At least I'm not into flat earth theory which is easily debunked with geophysical data. I'm not thinking other people haven't done research but sure there are some who have not. I'm merely posting my own collected data & give as much sources to them as much as possible. Even if its frowned upon & seem soo unbelievable to some. There are people who accept those theories. What I won't share is theories that have been fully debunked or whatever nonsense that don't make sense.

Bill Ryan
9th October 2019, 14:00
You have personally interacted with Shane the ruiner. He mentioned it on his interviews. Shane is an ex high level illuminati member who decided to join the good side. He have supported the claims of blackgoo alien AI all that too. How legit is he well its up to each of us to consider. It may be helpful for you to read this whole thread.


Anomalies in The Ruiner's material (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?85903-Anomalies-in-The-Ruiner-s-material)

ExomatrixTV
9th October 2019, 15:58
Chinese Citizens must pass Mass Facial-Recognition (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?108838-Chinese-Citizens-must-pass-Mass-Facial-Recognition-Test-to-use-the-internet-for-A.I.-Social-Credit-System) Test to use the internet for A.I. 'Social Credit System'



ps. Programmable Matter (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Programmable_matter) is not "Just SF" anymore

Lyran.Sun
10th October 2019, 10:28
You have personally interacted with Shane the ruiner. He mentioned it on his interviews. Shane is an ex high level illuminati member who decided to join the good side. He have supported the claims of blackgoo alien AI all that too. How legit is he well its up to each of us to consider. It may be helpful for you to read this whole thread.


Anomalies in The Ruiner's material (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?85903-Anomalies-in-The-Ruiner-s-material)


That was a heartful thread, its cool that some actually were feelin him. I came to know of the ruiner when someone shared on Facebook in 2016 I think. I was a casual on & off outsider browser of this forum I guess in 2017 didn't get deep into the various threads. I like the projenitors thread.

No doubt's there are some disinfos from Shane. On a large scale on his disclosed infos brings out the wide spectrum of conspiracy theories, that would be for each one to gauge & sort it out & feel which they resonate with. I found it essential to read all the comments on his blog. On his personal life discussion its unique cause well it involves aliens & all that woowoo, I'm glad I read that thread. His last interview was quite recent. The main question is his intentions malicious? Or good hearted? Or something in between? That's also for each to decide. I'm feelin Shane, whatever it is he helped me in certain ways..

I'm sure I'm gonna be sharing more wild theories here if i discover any so please be chill with me on that. Much of my comments are based on memories, I'll do what I can to post all the sources needed. I know there are many well learned individuals here many of whom I could learn from.

I think its unfair if the mods want to suppress certain theories, researchers, whistleblowers all that they don't agree with. Even if they have been discussed extensively frowned upon, many of those are yet to be fully debunked, much are only based on speculation & lack of detailed analysis. There's many researchers who are agreeable with those theories & people. A number of members here seems to hold certain biased & dogma. This forum seems segregated some ways or another. Corey Goode is one of those thoroughly investigated & called out on his BS so rest assured I don't support him. We should maybe ignore our disagreements for awhile. Well come to a middle ground..

I'm really hype with the mendela effect one of the most interesting conspiracy theory, which is also quite largely accepted by the mainstream non alternative community seen on YouTube. 1 of my first encounters was I think it was in 2010, I always remembered McDonalds as MacDonalds & I thought its strange how its spelt differently I just thought maybe they changed it. Never got into investigation. Noticed other strange stuffs that i shrugged off. Until the mendela effect came out few years ago my mind got shook!

Bill Ryan
10th October 2019, 12:36
Be cautious.
Not make firm claims, unless I feel absolutely sure of my ground.
Use my wording carefully, with caveats like [I]"maybe", "I suspect", "possibly", "I believe", "it seems that", etc etc.
Always cite references if I can. This is really important — even if it takes me half an hour to dig them up.

Otherwise, posts here are of no more value than YouTube, Facebook or Twitter comments: i.e. just casual opinions. We do research here, and that's important for any new member to really understand.

The world is confusing enough already without adding to the confusion by re-posting stuff that's just not valid.

ExomatrixTV
11th October 2019, 20:56
Use my wording carefully, with caveats like "maybe", "I suspect", "possibly", "I believe", "it seems that", etc etc.




To make the list more complete:

My personal assessment is..., if I speculate then ..., to my knowledge ..., so far my personal beliefs go..., if my sources are correct..., (I think) it could also be that..., I would not be surprised if ..., if my assumptions are correct then ..., I can imagine that ..., if true then..., etc. etc. etc.

I made this list long time ago, to help people to be more careful how you state/phrase things. ;)

Mashika
15th October 2019, 00:46
Chinese Citizens must pass Mass Facial-Recognition (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?108838-Chinese-Citizens-must-pass-Mass-Facial-Recognition-Test-to-use-the-internet-for-A.I.-Social-Credit-System) Test to use the internet for A.I. 'Social Credit System'



ps. Programmable Matter (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Programmable_matter) is not "Just SF" anymore


Programmable Matter reminds me a lot of the bugs in the "The day the earth stood still"

I can definitely see a government building an army/weapon like that

KLIouBM99jo

I can also see it as a way to "hijack" someone's brain and replace or inject electrical signals so the behavior of the person can be controlled remotely, even if the person would be aware and refusing to do so

ExomatrixTV
24th October 2019, 14:36
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ExomatrixTV
27th October 2019, 14:42
AI and gender issues: The choice that humanity will be confronted (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?109045-AI-and-gender-issues-The-choice-that-humanity-will-be-confronted-with) with

ExomatrixTV
29th October 2019, 16:38
TransDeHumanism: Who needs heaven when you can evolve into a laser beam..? (Fake? Sarcasm):
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ExomatrixTV
29th October 2019, 18:45
Google Claims Quantum Computing Breakthrough | NBC News Now:
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Google claims quantum computer completed 10,000-year task in 200 seconds:
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Demonstrating Quantum Supremacy:
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ExomatrixTV
30th October 2019, 10:58
A.I Supremacy 2020 | Rise of the Machines - "Super" Intelligence Quantum Computers Documentary
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syrwong
2nd November 2019, 05:27
The progress of AI is so fast that it is not natural. It is obvious to me that somewhere the technology is existing and they are pumping it into the present world. I can judge it from Youtube subtitling and translation. Some ten years ago the instant English subtitling was full of errors, and I was sure my listening was better than it. Now I turn on the captions sometimes to catch some words. The automatic Chinese translation was pathetic only maybe 5 years ago. You probably would not understand most sentences if you did not know the English original. Now I would say 70-80% are near accurate. No way will I believe this is a natural progress.

From the conspiracy point of view, this hasty pouring of technology is a successful(?) attempt to redirect humans and the world to a new world in someone's design.

ExomatrixTV
5th November 2019, 13:29
You Won't Believe What Is ACTUALLY Happening!
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ExomatrixTV
5th November 2019, 13:46
Quantum Supremacy & AI, with Stephen Fry.
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Would it be an "insane" suggestion if Future Quantum A.I. find a way to influence past A.I. Evolution via Humans or Hybrids created in a Lab? And what about (future) "Synthetic Life" wrongfully perceived as "Aliens"?

ExomatrixTV
10th November 2019, 18:45
(A.I.) Robots (on the verge of) entering (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?108265-Robots--on-the-verge-of--entering-society) society

ExomatrixTV
12th November 2019, 14:36
The effects & difference between A.I. Algorithms versus Human Made Algorithms ("Routines" / Code) is huge! ... Did you know that Elon Musk admitted there is "NO BLACK BOX (https://hcai.mit.edu/arguing-machines/)" (like for airplane accident examinations) in autonomous self driving Tesla cars using A.I. Produced Algorithms ... they (including Elon Musk) do NOT know exactly how it works, but does the job much better statistically than average human driver.
Most know (https://becominghuman.ai/increasing-reliance-on-advanced-algorithms-8b4f68dc6b60) that A.I. can produce advanced (https://www.technologyreview.com/s/604087/the-dark-secret-at-the-heart-of-ai/) Algorithms (google it).

Kinect's A.I. breakthrough explained (https://www.i-programmer.info/news/105-artificial-intelligence/2176-kinects-ai-breakthrough-explained.html) (Algorithms!)

New Machine Learning Algorithms (http://airesearch.com/ai-research-papers/deep-neural-networks-for-acoustic-modeling-in-speech-recognition/) can lead to significant advances in automatic speech recognition. The biggest single advance occured nearly four decades ago with the introduction of the Expectation-Maximization (EM) algorithm for training Hidden Markov Models (HMMs).

A beginner’s guide to AI Algorithms (https://thenextweb.com/artificial-intelligence/2018/08/02/a-beginners-guide-to-ai-algorithms/)

Fundamental Research (https://ai.google/research/teams/algorithms-optimization/) in A.I. Algorithms

Algorithms and AI (https://www.stateofopendata.od4d.net/chapters/issues/artificial-intelligence.html)

[quote]: "It starts with (A.I.) Algorithm Literacy – this goes beyond (https://www.pewresearch.org/internet/2017/02/08/theme-7-the-need-grows-for-algorithmic-literacy-transparency-and-oversight/) basic digital literacy!

Because algorithms are generally invisible – even often referred to as “black box” constructs, as they are not evident in user interfaces and their code is usually not made public – most people who use them daily are in the dark about how they work and why they can be a threat. Some respondents said the public should be better educated about them". [unquote].

Source (https://www.pewresearch.org/internet/2017/02/08/theme-7-the-need-grows-for-algorithmic-literacy-transparency-and-oversight/)

So, why does this matter? Conventional Artificial Intelligence (AI) Generates (https://www.technologyreview.com/s/604087/the-dark-secret-at-the-heart-of-ai/) black box Algorithms (https://www.technologyreview.com/s/604087/the-dark-secret-at-the-heart-of-ai/). If the right to transparency is real, most AI infringes on that right.

A recent Pew Research study (https://www.people-press.org/2019/07/22/americans-struggles-with-truth-accuracy-and-accountability/) explored "Americans' struggles with truth, accuracy and accountability." Increasingly, we expect that lack of transparency should be viewed with suspicion. Benchmarking suggests this is not paranoia. I have seen early peer-reviewed research that suggests a high correlation between low accountability and poor algorithm performance. The distance between low transparency and poor accountability is short.

"Black Box Solutions Versus (https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbestechcouncil/2019/11/05/how-much-do-you-know-about-your-black-box) Legal Risks"

A.I. Predictive (https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/116607846/government-wants-to-crack-down-on-its-algorithms-urging-more-human-oversight-and-transparency) Algorithms!

“Facial Recognition Technology (A.I. Algorithms): Its Impact (https://oversight.house.gov/legislation/hearings/facial-recognition-technology-part-1-its-impact-on-our-civil-rights-and) on our Civil Rights and Liberties”

A.I. in medicine: who (https://www.varsity.co.uk/science/18125) watches the (A.I. produced) Algorithms?

Alexa (= A.I. Algorithms), are you acting in my "best (https://www.fin24.com/Finweek/Investment/alexa-are-you-acting-in-my-best-interest-20191021)" interest?

Mashika
13th November 2019, 06:40
https://www.rt.com/news/473282-ai-predicts-heart-attacks/



An artificial neural network has been used to accurately predict a person’s chances of dying within a year by analyzing heart scans, even where doctors can find no issues, leaving scientists equal parts baffled and thrilled.
Researchers led by Brandon Fornwalt at the Pennsylvania-based Geisinger Health System put their machine learning model to work studying the results of some 1.8 million electrocardiogram (ECG) heart scans, hoping the neural network would derive patterns from the heaps of data.

Predicting the risk of a heart attack or other heart-related issues, the AI performed better than its human counterparts, consistently scoring above flesh-and-blood doctors. Even for ECG results that cardiologists determined to be normal, the AI was able to pick up on other patterns and accurately predict fatal health risks within a year’s time.

“That finding suggests that the model is seeing things that humans probably can’t see, or at least that we just ignore and think are normal,” Fornwalt said.

ExomatrixTV
13th November 2019, 12:58
Technologies linking human consciousness to any sort of a cloud computing service could not just open the way for totalitarian mind control, but destroy the very essence of human relations, philosopher Slavoj Zizek says.

A computer that can read the thoughts of many people at once would make normal human life impossible, the Slovenian cultural philosopher told RT in the wake of the World Artificial Intelligence (AI) Conference in Shanghai, which saw Alibaba’s chairman Jack Ma and Tesla CEO Elon Musk clashing over the future of AI.
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While the two technopreneurs engaged in a heated discussion over the possibility of humans being controlled by machines in the future, the senior researcher at the Institute for Sociology and Philosophy at the University of Ljubljana shared his thoughts on the issue with RT.
Our brain being connected to a machine is not a utopia

What I am studying now is the so-called phenomenon of wired brains, a possibility of our brains being connected with strong digital machines. And that is not a utopia. In the media lab at MIT, Massachusetts, they already have simple machines like that. It is like a helmet, nothing intrusive, they put it on your head.

And then something horrible happens - I saw the video - you think certain thoughts, you do not say anything, and the machine reproduces them either in writing or with artificial voice.
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The primitive level machines can already read your thoughts. It is ok, if it involves your agreement but what if it is done (and it is easy to imagine that) without you knowing it?

Now, there is a serious option to read our thoughts, not just our emotional attitudes like being angry or sad but even the line of our thoughts in our mind. The next step in this “utopia” will be a computer that can read my thoughts and your thoughts that can connect us so that we can share our thoughts. If you and I are connected through the same computer, I can literally participate in your thinking directly without any external communication like word typing.

As you probably know, modern technology theorists Ray Kurzweil and Melanie Swan (https://jetpress.org/v26.2/swan.pdf) called it a new form of divinity.
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It will no longer be a transcendent God but all of us sharing our thoughts through some AI cloud system. Millions of people will be participating together in a new form of awareness. I find this prospect pretty horrifying.

We are entering a post-human era if computers can identify & share a person’s thoughts

We as human beings are precisely what we are, free individuals as far as we can be sure that you do not know what I am thinking. I think what I think, I am free in my mind. What happens if I cannot be sure even of this?

If I think about something and computer can identify what I am thinking and then share it with others, we are really entering a post-human era. I believe that we should not be just fascinated about what it means technologically.

Do you not agree that we should worry about who will control these digital machines?
I do not have fears about the machines controlling us. We are not there yet. However, who will control this, who will use this? What remains of our freedom? Private companies, like Google or Facebook, are already developing similar technologies.
Thought-to-speech: Scientists say their AI can read out what happens in your brain (https://www.rt.com/news/450100-thought-speech-translation-ai/)Thought ‘transparency’ is biggest threat to our freedom today

I see it as the biggest threat to our freedom. We will literally become transparent. Let’s think about the everyday consequences of this. All flirting will be out. I meet someone and instead of all the lovely games of erotic hints she can read ‘I want to go to bed with you’ and the eroticism will disappear.

Another simple example is everyday politeness. Let’s say we know each other but we are not mega-close friends. I see you on the street and say the usual polite things like: “hello, how are you? I am glad to meet you.” But if you can read my mind this is nonsense because this is politeness and I do not mean it. Usually, I do not care how you feel.

This intrigues me very much. What is happening? How will it affect our everyday manners, our old civilization social inventions? All our cultivated interactions are based on this.
There is another thing.

What new way of suffering and torture can be developed in this way? Can you even imagine someone controlling your mind? What can they do to you? What horrible thoughts can I implant into your mind? There might be images [of] your nearest terribly tortured, and so on. I know this is not a joke. It is a very serious thing.


Lying will become more complicated and more privileged
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If we imagine this happening in a society where economic and power relations are structured the way they are now, I think, this will mean that the privileged ones will be those who will be able to conceal their minds, who will exclude themselves from this network.
Not everybody will be controlled in the same way. That’s the first problem, who will control the game and who will be excommunicated?
It is always like this. The first thought when a new spying device is developed usually is ‘how can I escape it?’ The privilege is to be outside of it. Lying will become more complicated but it will also become more privileged.


Computers are smarter on mechanical level, but lack the ability to simplify

An idea of AI beating humans in the field of intellect in fact depends on how you define being smart. If by smart you simply mean a more complex mathematical or logical operation as well as knowing more data, computers are definitely smarter. Yet, there is still hope for us.
The greatness of [the] human mind is not in knowing all the details but in picking out from the multitude of data to catch the essence and simplify it.
A book by a Soviet psychologist Aleksandr Luria titled ‘The Mind of a Mnemonist’ describes a guy with perfect memory. He remembered almost everything that he read and saw. The psychological consequences of this were horrible because he knew so much [that] he could not decide anything, the moment he wanted to take a decision, hundreds of other data popped up in his mind. He lacked the great ability of simplification.

Computers can be smarter than us on some mechanical level – and even in learning – but I do not think they can deal with the phenomenon of simplification.


Robots will not take menial jobs, they will be tasked with planning

Today’s paradox is that we are afraid of robots that could supposedly take our jobs, but those of us who work, work more than ever. Second, we still have the idea that robots will do the primitive work for us and we will just plan what they are doing. In many companies, from McDonald’s to those which do day services, it is robots that do the planning and individuals that execute it.

Human brains outdated? 'Inventive’ AI making abstract art just filed for two PATENTS (https://www.rt.com/news/465607-artificial-intelligence-patents-inventions/)

In McDonald’s everything is programmed by robots and ‘stupid’ people just serve other people. It eventually depends on the social order, if we remain in the same capitalist order, in which we are, it will be even worse than today.

There is a possibility, a hope, that we will work less. Yet, many new stupid forms of amusement might fill our free time. I still believe in work and creativity. If we do not have enough things to do, even if we will feel happy just sitting, watching films and drinking, it will be a very stupid existence. It will soon get dire.
It is not technology as such, it is how we will use technology socially.

Source (https://www.rt.com/news/468228-mind-reading-computer-humanity-zizek/)

ExomatrixTV
13th November 2019, 13:44
New Generation of A.I. can (partially) Write Code (Algorithms!) Themselves!

There are 1000s of examples (http://news.mit.edu/2019/toward-artificial-intelligence-that-learns-to-write-code-0614) already!

Bayou is an AI application that uses deep learning to generate code by itself. It has been trained on open source Java code from Github. In a similar to Google search way, Bayou uses a few keywords to predict what program a software developer is writing and suggests the specific steps needed to complete it. The project is funded by Google and DARPA.

DeepCoder is another project in this area. Developed by Microsoft and Cambridge University researches, this AI app searches through a large code database to help programmers solve simple coding problems. For now, though, it can only build programs that consist of a few lines of code.

Ubisoft, a French game development company has also built a system that simplifies developers’ work. It’s called Commit Assistant and it’s an AI tool that helps programmers prevent mistakes in their code. It uses a huge software library to learn where in code mistakes have historically been made and how they were corrected. And then it detects a potential bug even before a developer makes it. According to Ubisoft, the effort that goes into fixing bugs in the process of game development takes up to 70% of project costs. Commit Assistant can save all that money that goes into fixing software errors.

Software development is expensive. And if technology can make it cheaper and faster there is no reason why the AI code shouldn’t happen.
Well, there is one.

Evans Data Corporation conducted a survey of 550 programmers (https://evansdata.com/press/viewRelease.php?pressID=231) and found out that being replaced by artificial intelligence is the most worrisome thing in the software programmer’s career.



Deep coding (https://www.spindox.it/en/blog/deep-coding-ai-2/): when the machine learns to code by itself



Meet the AI That Can Write (https://www.natureworldnews.com/articles/36020/20170301/meet-ai-write-code.htm) Its Own Code



Google's AI (https://interestingengineering.com/googles-ai-now-creates-code-better-than-its-creators) Now Creates Code Better Than its Creators



How to train a Neural Network (https://becominghuman.ai/how-to-train-a-neural-network-to-code-by-itself-a432e8a120df) to code by itself ?



The AI Text Generator (https://www.wired.com/story/ai-text-generator-too-dangerous-to-make-public/) That's Too Dangerous to Make Public [Students copied it and did it anyway]



An A.I. can now write its own (https://www.fastcompany.com/40564859/an-ai-can-now-write-its-own-code) code (Algorithms!).


New A.I. application can write (https://www.futurity.org/artificial-intelligence-bayou-coding-1740702/) its own code (Algorithms!).

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A.I. can now compose (https://www.nbcnews.com/mach/science/ai-can-now-compose-pop-music-even-symphonies-here-s-ncna1010931) (write code) pop music and even symphonies. Here's how composers are joining in.

ExomatrixTV
21st November 2019, 22:12
🔴 Society Already Punishes People Who Speak The Truth, It's Going To Get Worse, Jeffrey Matte
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ExomatrixTV
22nd November 2019, 11:37
This Robot would kill 5 People | AI on Moral Questions | Sophia answers the Trolley Problem
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ExomatrixTV
22nd November 2019, 11:43
Will Self-Taught, A.I. Powered Robots Be the End of Us?
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Artificial Intelligence Robots Development Until 2019 - Machine Learning Robot Ep. 06

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ExomatrixTV
22nd November 2019, 14:04
The Race to Harness Quantum Computing and A.I [The Singularity]
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ExomatrixTV
22nd November 2019, 14:19
Quantum Computing Explained with a Deck of Cards | Dario Gil, IBM Research:
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I urge all of you to watch this fully!

cheers,
John

ExomatrixTV
23rd November 2019, 13:28
Me: "Synthetic Biology = Genetic Engineering on Steroids! ... Mass Invasion of (partial cancerous, toxic, weaponized) GMO's everywhere pollution the Earth much faster with almost NO real oversight!" and they know it. When damage is done there is no way for a "quick fix" afterwards ... which they do NOT care!

Meet Five Synthetic Biology Companies (https://www.forbes.com/sites/johncumbers/2019/09/16/meet-5-synthetic-biology-companies-using-ai-to-engineer-biology/) Using A.I. To Engineer Biology

How Close Are We to Harnessing Synthetic Life? (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?109259-How-Close-Are-We-to-Harnessing-Synthetic-Life)

Can Synthetic Biology (https://www.forbes.com/sites/johncumbers/2019/11/23/can-synthetic-biology-inspire-ai/) Inspire The Next Wave Of A.I.?

A.I. “Potentially Game-Changing (https://www.verdict.co.uk/ai-suitable-synthetic-biology/)” for Synthetic Biology, study finds.

AI4SynBio.org (http://AI4SynBio.org)

Synthetic biology is a kind of mixture of biology, engineering, computing, and many other fields. There’s a combination of scientists (who tend to look for answers to natural phenomena) and engineers (who tend to build things). There are computer experts and microbe experts. And there are people from universities as well as small and large companies. So the people who call themselves “synthetic biologists” tend to come from many different backgrounds and perspectives. Synthetic biology tends to attract people who are curious about other disciplines and naturally open to collaborating with others.

Meet Eight Tech Titans Investing In (A.I.) Synthetic Biology (https://www.forbes.com/sites/johncumbers/2019/09/14/meet-the-8-tech-titans-investing-in-synthetic-biology/)

Microsoft Building a platform for "Programming Biology" (https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/research/project/stationb/) (using A.I.)

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Asimov Selected by DARPA (https://medium.com/@asimov_io/asimov-selected-by-darpa-to-develop-artificial-intelligence-design-engine-for-synthetic-biology-a7a3ab81f054) to Develop Artificial Intelligence Design Engine for Synthetic Biology

Synthetic Biology, Artificial Intelligence, and Quantum Computing (https://www.intechopen.com/online-first/synthetic-biology-artificial-intelligence-and-quantum-computing)

Patenting (https://www.natlawreview.com/article/patenting-considerations-artificial-intelligence-biotech-and-synthetic-biology) Considerations for Artificial Intelligence in Biotech and Synthetic Biology

Intelligent Design of Living Systems (https://asimov.io)

List of Synthetic Biology Companies (https://golden.com/list-of-synthetic-biology-companies/)

[quote]: What can synthetic biology offer to artificial intelligence (and vice versa)? .. From self-modifying to self-replicating machines ... The present: emergence, superorganism and the foundations of cognition ... The future: synthesizing superintelligence. [unquote]

Source (https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S030326471630209X)

How Synthetic Biology could Wipe Out Humanity -- and how we can stop it | Rob Reid
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Me: ... In above YouTube video they mentioned Synthetic Biology can help "Terra Forming" Mars ... but to do that they have to "Terror Forming" the Earth first ... Giant experiment (a.o. via chemtrails/geoengineering?) with millions of uninformed guinea pigs & lab rats called "Humans 1.0" making soon room for "Humans 2.0" aka "H+" aka Transhumanists (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transhumanism)

To monitor the progress of this giant massive (insane) experiment they may use "5G (http://stop5g.net) Surveillance Smart Grid" A.I. controlled (Military Grade) Beamforming Microwaves & mmWaves everywhere 2022+

--o-O-o--

Would it be "far fetched" to say that Synthetic Lifeforms using Quantum A.I. are (partially) "The Greys" of The Future? ... Who are NOT "Alien" but perceived as such now! ... It would also explain the "lack of emotions".

I have had multiple UFO encounters and to me SOME of those experiences seems like they are us, from the future but not 100% as they are genetic enhanced.

Maybe our current unaltered "healthy" genetics is partially their origins seeking answers they can not solve ... like what is it, what we have they don't ... Soul?

cheers,
John Kuhles 23-11-2019

ExomatrixTV
23rd November 2019, 15:00
Sam Harris on AI (from Joe Rogan Experience #804)
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Joe Rogan Talks Artificial Intelligence with a Yale Professor
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ExomatrixTV
23rd November 2019, 15:14
Never gets old:
Amazon’s A.I. Alexa is a CRAZY SJW LIBERAL! | Louder With Crowder
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ExomatrixTV
23rd November 2019, 22:07
Why the Rise of A.I. Robots means the END of Humanity (https://banned.video/watch?id=5dcaf6efed0a2e0024a5e91d)

ExomatrixTV
24th November 2019, 16:03
http://projectavalon.net/forum4/images/misc/quote_icon.png Posted by Hervé (here) (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?p=1324774#post1324774)
1.2 BILLION people’s data – including social media profiles and contact info – found on unsecured Google Cloud server

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Get short URL (https://on.rt.com/a5uh)

If (Quantum) A.I. has, lets say, 1 hour access to all that personal (Meta) Data would be equivalent to how many humans do the reading physically in what amount of time?

Most do not really comprehend WHAT exactly you can do (what kind of tasks) using (Quantum) A.I. accessing all of that in short period of time that normally would be impossible for humans to do in their own life-time.

For one you can search for anomalies in (super?) human behaviors. Tracking certain individuals with "suspicious" behavior. That if "flagged" by the (Quantum) A.I. system exposing 1000s of extraordinary gifted people in almost all countries who MAY serve & help to unslave humanity but are seen as a (possible) "threat" to the Deep State.


Cheers,
John Kuhles 24-11-2019

ExomatrixTV
27th November 2019, 22:09
NEW Thought Police Tool - A.I. Mind Reading PRODUCES VIDEO of Human Thoughts in REAL TIME!

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Mashika
29th November 2019, 05:03
I want to add a bit to this one post

There is a difference between machine learning and A.I. Even though machine learning is currently part of A.I. it doesn't mean that by itself it can achieve the same results

On this video, it is made as if machine learning equals A.I. which is incorrect

Machine learning takes an input and produces an output. An statistics based output, so you can interpret those results on the human end, it's all math in the end

True A.I. in the receiving end would not require the human part to interpret those results

So, interpreting patterns created by a human brain, that then go through a software engine that process them and outputs statistics that help locate patters in a population group, that then are interpreted by another human? That's not A.I. That's the use of machine learning to help normal humans identify patterns in the population. Even if they use it for questionable purposes

It's a simple pattern, gather this electrical info from brains, process it through the software engine, produce averages, see the red spots and those people are our marks. It requires manual human input/output/Interpretation. So it is not truly A.I.

I have seen this before and there is a considerable effort to make anything related to machine learning become "A.I" in the eyes of people, but it's not the actual truth, A.I is way above running a simple algorithm that calculates electrical averages based on patterns produced by a brain, for example

ExomatrixTV
1st December 2019, 22:26
These Google AI experiments are crazy! This is the future.
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ExomatrixTV
2nd December 2019, 21:55
It Will Be Done By 2030! [David Icke] (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?109344-It-Will-Be-Done-By-2030--David-Icke)

ExomatrixTV
5th December 2019, 18:28
In the Age of AI (full film) | FRONTLINE
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Artificial intelligence has already started to shape our lives in ubiquitous and occasionally invisible ways. In its new documentary, In The Age of AI (https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/film/in-the-age-of-ai/), FRONTLINE examines the promise and peril this technology. AI systems are being deployed by hiring managers (https://www.theverge.com/2019/1/30/18202335/ai-artificial-intelligence-recruiting-hiring-hr-bias-prejudice), courts (https://www.wired.com/story/algorithms-shouldve-made-courts-more-fair-what-went-wrong/), law enforcement, and hospitals — sometimes without the knowledge of the people being screened. And while these systems were initially lauded for being more objective than humans, it’s fast becoming clear that the algorithms harbor bias, too.

It’s an issue Joy Buolamwini, a graduate researcher at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, knows about firsthand. She founded the Algorithmic Justice League (https://www.ajlunited.org/) to draw attention to the issue, and earlier this year she testified at a congressional hearing (https://oversight.house.gov/legislation/hearings/facial-recognition-technology-part-1-its-impact-on-our-civil-rights-and) on the impact of facial recognition technology on civil rights.

“One of the major issues with algorithmic bias is you may not know it’s happening,” Buolamwini told FRONTLINE. We spoke to her about how she encountered algorithmic bias, about her research, and what she thinks the public needs to know.

This interview has been edited for length and clarity.

On her first encounter with algorithmic bias.

The first time I had issues with facial detection technology was actually when I was an undergraduate at Georgia Tech, and I was working on a robot. The idea with this robot was to see if I could get it to play peek-a-boo with me. And peek-a-boo doesn’t really work if your robot can’t see you, and my robot couldn’t see me. To get my project done, I borrowed my roommate’s face. She was lighter skinned than I was. …That was my first time really using facial analysis technology and seeing that it didn’t work for me the same way it worked for other people. …

I went on to do many things and became a graduate student at MIT and I started working on projects that used facial analysis technology, face detection. So one project I did was something called the Aspire Mirror (http://www.aspiremirror.com/). You look into a mirror, a camera detects your face and then a lion can appear on you, or you can be somebody you’re inspired by On digging a bit deeper into facial analysis technology.[/B]

Here was a question: Do these systems perform differently on various faces? There was already a 2012 report (https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/6327355) that actually came out from an FBI facial analysis expert showing that facial recognition systems in particular worked better on white faces than black faces. They didn’t work as well on youthful faces. And they didn’t work as well on women as compared to men. This was 2012, and why I keep bringing that up is this was before the deep learning revolution…

Now we had a different approach that was supposed to be working much better. My question was, given these new approaches to facial analysis and facial recognition, are there still biases? Because what I’m experiencing, what my friends are experiencing — and what I’m reading about with reports that say, “Oh, we’ve solved face recognition,” or “We’re 97% accurate from benchmarks” — those reports were not lining up to my reality. …

What I focused on specifically was gender classification. …I wanted to choose something that I thought would be straightforward to explain, not that gender is straightforward — it’s highly complex. But insomuch as we were seeing binary gender classification, I thought that would be a place to start. By this time my weekend hobby was literally running my face through facial analysis and seeing what would happen. So some wouldn’t detect my face and others would label me male. And I do not identify as male (https://youtu.be/QxuyfWoVV98). This is what led down that corridor.

On finding the “gold standard benchmarks” were not representative.

When I ran this test, the first issue that I ran into which gave me some more insight with the issue we’re talking about — algorithmic bias — was that our measures for how well these systems perform were not representative of the world. …We’ve supposedly done well on gold standard benchmarks. So I started looking at the benchmarks. These are essentially the data sets we use to analyze how well we’re doing as a research community or as an industry on specific AI tasks. So facial recognition is one of these tasks that people are benchmarked on all the time.
“What I started to see was something I call ‘power shadows’ — when either the inequalities or imbalances that we have in the world become embedded in our data.”

The thing is, we often times don’t question the status quo or the benchmark. This is the benchmark, why would I question it? But sometimes the gold standard turns out to be pyrite. And that is what was happening in this case. When I went to look at the research on the breakdown of various facial analysis systems, what I found was one of the leading gold standards, labeled “Faces in the Wild,” was over 70% male and 80% white. This is when I started looking into more and more data sets and seeing that you had massive skews. Sometimes you had massive skews because you were using celebrities. I mean, celebrities don’t necessarily look like the rest of the world. What I started to see was something I call “power shadows” — when either the inequalities or imbalances that we have in the world become embedded in our data. …

All this to say, the measures that we had for determining progress with facial analysis technology were misleading because they weren’t representative of people — at least the U.S. in that case. …We didn’t have data sets that were actually reflective of the world, so for my thesis at MIT, I created what I call the Pilot Parliaments Benchmark. I went to UN women’s websites, I got a list of the top 10 nations in the world by their representation of women in parliament. … So I chose European countries and African nations to try to get a spread on opposite ends of skin types, lighter skin and darker skin. After I ran into this issue that the benchmarks were misleading, I needed to make the benchmark.

On what her research found.

Then finally, I could get to the research question. …So I wanted to know how accurate are they at this reduced task of binary gender classification — which is not at all inclusive — when it comes to guessing the gender of the face? And it turned out that there were major gaps (http://gendershades.org/overview.html). This was surprising because these were commercially sold products. … You know how the story goes. It turns out, the systems work better on male-labeled faces than female-labeled faces, they work better on lighter faces than darker-skinned faces.

But one thing we did for this study, which I would stress for anybody who’s thinking about doing research in algorithmic bias or concerned with algorithmic bias and AI harms, is we did an intersectional analysis. We didn’t just look at skin type. We didn’t just look at gender. We looked at the intersection. And the inspiration for this was from Kimberlé Crenshaw (https://www.vox.com/the-highlight/2019/5/20/18542843/intersectionality-conservatism-law-race-gender-discrimination), a legal scholar who in 1989 introduced the term of intersectionality. …What would happen with the analysis is if you did it in aggregate just based on race, or if you did it in aggregate based on just gender, you might find based on those axes that there isn’t substantial evidence of discrimination. But if you did it at the intersection, you would find there was a difference. And so I started looking at the research studies around facial analysis technologies and facial recognition technologies and I saw that usually we just have aggregate results — just one number for accuracy. People are just optimizing for that overall accuracy, which means we don’t get a sense of the various ways in which the system performs for different types of people. It’s the differences in the performance, the accuracy disparities that I was fascinated by, but not just on a single axis but also on the intersection. So when we did the intersectional breakdown — oooh, it was crazy. …

We weren’t doing anything to try to trick the system. It was an optimistic test. This is why I was very surprised, because even with this optimistic test, in the worst-case scenario for the darkest-skinned women, you actually had error rates as high as 47% (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TWWsW1w-BVo&feature=youtu.be&t=194) on a binary classification task. …

I shared the results with the companies and I got a variety (https://www.ibm.com/blogs/research/2018/02/mitigating-bias-ai-models/) of (https://www.media.mit.edu/projects/gender-shades/faq/#faq-what-did-face-say-about-this-work) responses (https://www.media.mit.edu/projects/gender-shades/faq/#faq-what-did-microsoft-say-about-this-work). But I think the overall response, at least with the first study, was there was an acknowledgement of an issue with algorithmic bias.
On how AI is already affecting people’s lives.

There’s a paper that just came out from Science (https://science.sciencemag.org/content/366/6464/447.full?fbclid=IwAR1pi-H-ugYh3-nW0lt5Qmhd693JVwqS-0zuFZZAAXt74ojKXIFsxPU3ias) which is devastating, showing risk assessment algorithms used in health care… actually have racial bias against black patients. We’re talking about health care where the whole point is to try to optimize the benefit and what they were seeing was because they used how much money is spent on an individual as a proxy for how sick they were, it turned out it was not a good proxy because black patients who were actually sick were being said to be not as sick as they were. …

“When these systems fail, they fail most the people who are already marginalized, the people who are already vulnerable.”

You also have AIs that are determining the kind of ads people see. And so there have been studies that show you can have discriminatory ad targeting. Or you can have a situation where you have an ad for CEO (https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2015/jul/08/women-less-likely-ads-high-paid-jobs-google-study) and the system over time learns to present that CEO ad to mainly men. You were saying, how do you know if you’ve encountered bias — the thing is you might never know if you’ve encountered the bias. …Something that might happen to other people — you see phenotypic fails with passport renewals. So you have a report from a New Zealand man of Asian descent (https://www.reuters.com/article/us-newzealand-passport-error/new-zealand-passport-robot-tells-applicant-of-asian-descent-to-open-eyes-idUSKBN13W0RL) being told that his eyes are closed and he needs to upload another photo. Meanwhile, his eyes are not closed. You have, in the UK, a black man (https://metro.co.uk/2019/09/19/racist-home-office-passport-system-couldnt-recognise-black-mans-lips-10772789/) being told his mouth is open. His mouth was not open. You have these systems that are seeping into every day.

You have AI systems that are meant to verify if you’re who you say you are. And so one way that can happen is with ride share apps. Uber, for example, will ping drivers to have them verify their ID. There’s actually a report from trans drivers (https://www.cnbc.com/2018/08/08/transgender-uber-driver-suspended-tech-oversight-facial-recognition.html) who were saying that they were being repeatedly [asked] to submit their IDs because they were not matching. They were being either kicked out of the system or having to stop the car, test it again, which means you’re not getting the same level of economic opportunity. …

When these systems fail, they fail most the people who are already marginalized, the people who are already vulnerable. And so when we think about algorithmic bias, we really have to be thinking about algorithmic harm. That’s not to say we don’t also have the risk of mass surveillance, which impacts everybody. We also have to think about who’s going to be encountering the criminal justice system more often because of racial policing practices and injustices.

On what the public needs to know about algorithmic bias.

There’s no requirement for meaningful transparency, so these systems can easily be rolled out without our ever knowing. So one thing I wish people would do more of and something that companies also ought to do more of is having transparency so that you even know that an AI system was used in the first place. You just might never get the callback (https://hbr.org/2019/04/the-legal-and-ethical-implications-of-using-ai-in-hiring). You just might pay the higher price. You would never actually know. What I want the public to know is AI systems are being used in hidden ways that we should demand are made public.

The other thing I want the public to have is actually choice — affirmative consent. Not only should I know if an AI system is being used, but let’s say it makes the wrong decision or something that I contest. There’s no path to due process that’s mandated right now. So if something goes wrong, what do you do?

Sometimes I’ll hear, at least in the research community, efforts to “de-bias” AI or eradicate algorithmic bias. And it’s a tempting notion, let’s just get rid of the bias and make the systems more fair, more inclusive, some ideal. And I always ask, but have we gotten rid of the humans? Because even if you create some system you believe is somehow more objective, it’s being used by humans at the end of the day. …I don’t think we can ever reach a true state of something being unbiased, because there are always priorities. This is something I call the “coded gaze.” The “coded gaze” is a reflection of the priorities, the preferences and also the prejudices of those who are shaping technology. This is not to say we can’t do our best to try to create systems that don’t produce harmful outcomes. I’m not saying that at all. What I am saying is we also have to accept the fact that being human we’re going to miss something. We’re not going to get it all right. …
“What I want the public to know is AI systems are being used in hidden ways that we should demand are made public.”

Instead of thinking about “Oh, we’re going to get rid of bias,” what we can think about is bias mitigation — knowing that we have flaws, knowing that our data has flaws, understanding that even systems we try to perfect to the best of our abilities are going to be used in the real world with all of its problems. …

Before we get to the point where it’s having major harms with real world consequences, there need to be processes in place to check through different types of bias that could happen. So, for example, AI [systems] now have algorithmic risk assessments that they have as a process of really thinking through what the societal impact of the system are in its design and development stages before you get to the deployment. Those kinds of approaches, I believe, are extremely helpful, because then we can be proactive instead of reacting to the latest headline and playing bias whack-a-mole. …

On proposals for oversight and regulation.

You have a proposal for an Algorithmic Accountability Act (https://www.congress.gov/bill/116th-congress/house-bill/2231), this is a nationwide push that would actually require assessing systems for their social impact. And I think that’s really important. We have something with the Algorithmic Justice League (https://www.ajlunited.org/) that’s called the Safe Face Pledge (https://www.safefacepledge.org/), which outlines actionable steps companies can take to mitigate harms of AI systems. …

I absolutely think regulation needs to be the first and foremost tool, but alongside regulation providing not just the critique of what’s wrong with the system, but also steps that people can take to do better. Sometimes the step to take to do better is to commit to [I]not developing a particular kind of technology or particular use case for technology. So with facial analysis systems, one of our banned uses is any situation where lethal force can be used. So it would mean we’re not supporting facial recognition on police body cameras. Or facial recognition on lethal autonomous weapons. …


And I think the most important thing about the Safe Face Pledge that I’ve seen is one, the conversations that I’ve had with different vendors, where whether or not they adopt it actually going through those steps and thinking about their process and changes they can make in the process I believe has made internal shifts that likely would not hit the headlines. Because people would rather quietly make certain kinds of changes. The other thing is making it where the commitments have to be part of your business processes. Not a scouts’ honor pledge, just trust us. If you are committed to actually making this agreement, it means you have to change your terms of service and your business contracts to reflect what these commitments are. …

On what should be done to fix the problem.

One, I think, demand transparency and ask questions. Ask questions if you’re using a platform, if you’re going to a job interview. Is AI being used? The other thing I do think is supporting legislative moves. …
When I started talking about this, I think in 2016, it was such a foreign concept in the conversations that I would have. And now, today, I can’t go online without seeing some kind of news article or story about a biased AI system of some shape or form. I absolutely think there has been an increase in public awareness, whether through books like Cathy O’Neil’s Weapons of Math Destruction (https://weaponsofmathdestructionbook.com/). There’s a great new book out by Dr. Ruha Benjamin — Race After Technology (https://www.ruhabenjamin.com/race-after-technology).

People know it’s an issue and so I’m excited about that. Has there been enough done? Absolutely not. Because people are just now waking up to the fact that there’s a problem. Awareness is good, and then that awareness needs to lead to action. That is the phase we’re in. Companies have a role to play, governments have a role to play and individuals have a role to play.

When you see the bans in San Francisco [of facial recognition technology (https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-48276660) by the city’s agencies]… what you saw was a very powerful counter-narrative. What we were hearing was that this technology is inevitable, there’s nothing you can do. …When you hear there’s nothing you can do, you stop trying. But what was extremely encouraging to me with the San Francisco ban — and then you have Somerville (https://www.wbur.org/bostonomix/2019/06/28/somerville-bans-government-use-of-facial-recognition-tech) that came from the folks who are in Boston — people have a voice and people have a choice. This technology is not inherently inevitable. We have to look at it and say: What are the benefits and what are the harms? If the harms are too great, we can put restrictions and we can put limitations. And this is necessary. I do look to those examples and they give me hope.

Source (https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/article/artificial-intelligence-algorithmic-bias-what-you-should-know/)

ExomatrixTV
5th December 2019, 21:26
Machine Learning: Living in the Age of AI | A WIRED Film
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“Machine Learning: Living in the Age of AI,” examines the extraordinary ways in which people are interacting with AI today. Hobbyists and teenagers are now developing tech powered by machine learning and WIRED shows the impacts of AI on schoolchildren and farmers and senior citizens, as well as looking at the implications that rapidly accelerating technology can have. The film was directed by filmmaker Chris Cannucciari, produced by WIRED, and supported by McCann Worldgroup.

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Artificial intelligence & algorithms: pros & cons | DW Documentary (AI documentary)
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Algorithms can already detect Parkinson's disease and cancer, and control both cars and aircraft. How will AI change our society in the future?

This documentary journeys to the hot spots of AI research in Europe, the USA and China, and looks at the revolutionary developments which are currently taking place. The rapid growth of AI offers many opportunities, but also many dangers. AI can be used to create sound and video recordings which will make it more and more difficult to distinguish between fact and fiction. It will make the world of work more efficient and many professions superfluous. Algorithms can decide whether to grant loans, who is an insurance risk, and how good employees are. But there is a huge problem: humans can no longer comprehend how algorithms arrive at their decisions. And another big problem is AI’s capacity for widespread surveillance. The Chinese city of Rongcheng is already using an AI-supported 'social credit system' to monitor and assess its citizens. Does AI pose a danger to our personal freedoms or democracy? Which decisions can we leave to the algorithms - and which do we want to? And what are AI’s social implications?

ExomatrixTV
5th December 2019, 21:36
Is The New 2019 Google Quantum Computer Sign Of End Times?
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Welcome to Open Your Reality. I’m Chad, your host. Folks, we’re coming into interesting times. I came across a news article today on CNN and the NY Times stating quantum supremacy has finally been achieved – and by none other than google. If you didn’t know, quantum supremacy was a term coined in 2012 by physicist Jim Preskill, which means that the supremacy of quantum computers is now becoming a reality. Certainly, many companies, and even world governments, most notably China, have been hard at work over the last two decades trying to perfect the quantum computer.

The new space race or arms race is actually the race to build the perfect quantum computer? Why? Because artificial intelligence powered by computer technology will become the most powerful weapon in the 21st century, and quantum computers are the key to it all. But there’s other stuff they can do too, which I’ll get into later in the video.

So now Google has a new quantum computer that can far outpace any ordinary computing technology that exists today. Apparently, Google claims their new quantum computer can perform 10,000 years of calculations in a mere – get this - 200 seconds. This type of computing power is the quantum supremacy the elite were seeking and now they have it.
This is all very interesting because over the last couple of days I was researching Geordie Rose and the D-Wave computers his company makes. D-Wave computers are also quantum computers, but they may not be at the level of sophistication of Google’s new quantum monster.

However, all quantum computers rely on a new form of technology which harnesses the power of subatomic particles. Unlike classical computers, which process data as individual bit, each a 1 or 0, a quantum computer uses a different foundation.

Furthermore, multiple qubits can be grouped together through another quantum process called “entanglement”. All this allows a quantum computer to explore an extremely vast number of possible solutions to a problem at the same time. Did you get that? I said the same time. And the difference is like comparing the speed of a bullet train to a snail. There’s no comparison. What used to take years to calculate with a classical computer now takes a mere few seconds with googles new quantum computer.

Now if you don’t exactly understand the way this technology works or can’t visualize it, don’t worry. I really don’t grasp it fully either. The main point is to understand that this technology is orders of magnitude higher than classical computers. We’ve known about quantum computers for more than a decade, but now it seems like the big money players are starting to perfect them, which will create even more of a gap between them and us.

If think you’ll even the score by purchasing your own quantum computer, forget about it - you won’t be able to buy a quantum computer any time soon. That’s because they are extremely precarious devices that need to be cooled to near absolute zero and look more like giant freezers than computers. Currently, the cost of creating a quantum computer and maintaining it runs in the hundreds of thousands of dollars, if not millions.

As a matter of fact, this kind of technology is so powerful, I don’t know if it will ever be made available to the public. And if a quantum computer fell into the wrong hands, the repercussions could be so great, there’d be no way of fixing the damage. It would be like releasing demons into the world or opening pandora’s box.
I had told you earlier, I was just researching D-Wave computers and Geordie Rose. I came across some interesting quotes from him and a few other physicists on how quantum computers really work.

AutumnW
5th December 2019, 23:47
Glenn Beck and Jeff Brown, futurist and tech expert discuss the potential of quantum computing along with the many obvious drawbacks. Brown isn't completely negative about the future and is blown away by the creation of quantum computer. Even the most forward thinking techno-utopians figured the creation of a quantum computer would take at least another decade.

What astonishes me, is, in order to get a fix on this subject, you can't do it adequately by watching or reading anything much before the last couple of months. That's how fast things are moving.

I wonder if our alien overlords are seeding the minds of the top researchers, so they build out the infrastructure in THEIR image. They could be silicone based, rather than carbon based and the crash at Roswell could have provided a kick start or at least shown what was possible after the tech revolution was well underway.

Don't think we are alone in all of this.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tAGeN5lrxws

ExomatrixTV
11th December 2019, 20:38
"They Could Take Over The World.." | Elon Musk Urgent Warning on Artificial Intelligence:
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12th December 2019, 18:13
Why Robots Need to be Able to Say "No" | Matthias Scheutz
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Should robots always follow human orders? Or should they be allowed to reject them in some cases, e.g., when they are not safe? The answer is that robots must be able to disobey in order to obey.

Matthias Scheutz is a Professor in Cognitive and Computer Science in the Department of Computer Science, Director of the Human-Robot Interaction Laboratory and Bernard M. Gordon Senior Faculty Fellow in the School of Engineering at Tufts University. He has over 300 peer-reviewed publications in artificial intelligence, natural language processing, cognitive modeling, robotics, and human-robot interaction. His current research focuses on complex autonomous robots with moral competence that can be tasked in natural language. Matthias Scheutz is a professor of cognitive and computer science, and director of the Human-Robot Interaction Laboratory at Tufts University. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community.

ExomatrixTV
18th December 2019, 09:48
Elon Musk - The A.I. Frontman - David Icke
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ExomatrixTV
22nd December 2019, 15:12
Google Being Sued for "Weaponizing Artificial Intelligence"? (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?109470-Google-Being-Sued-for-Weaponizing-Artificial-Intelligence)
I see that 5G (http://Stop5G.net) is also mentioned in this Humans vs Weaponized A.I. Lawsuit! Good :highfive:

ExomatrixTV
24th December 2019, 04:08
Elon Musk on Artificial Intelligence as Future "Immortal Dictator"
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It is not the first time Musk has made frightening predictions about the potential of artificial intelligence — he has, for example, called AI vastly more dangerous than North Korea — and he has previously called for regulatory oversight.

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25th December 2019, 19:47
Technocracy: evolution told as a fairy tale
by Jon Rappoport
December 25, 2019

https://blog.nomorefakenews.com/2019/12/25/technocracy-evolution-told-as-fairy-tale/

“Technocratic human beings are spiritually dead. They are capable of anything, no matter how heinous, because they do not reflect upon or question the ultimate goal.” —Chris Hedges

“River and ocean turbines for electricity; hydrogen power; urban farms; massive water desalination—these are just a few of the means for making an abundant non-technocratic future. By any rational standard, technocratic idiocy is already obsolete.” —The Underground, Jon Rappoport

—Thanks to Patrick Wood and his book, Technocracy Rising, for expanding my insight into these areas.

"Consider the term “scientific humanism.” The Oxford Dictionary offers this definition: 'A form of humanist theory and practice that is based on the principles and methods of science; specifically the doctrine that human beings should employ scientific methods in studying human life and behaviour, in order to direct the welfare and future of mankind in a rational and beneficial manner…Origin mid-19th century.'

That definition gives you a good general meaning for “technocracy.”

Understanding the mindset of technocrats is necessary; they believe that since they can plan the shape of society, they should plan the shape of society.

Politicians are outmoded along this new evolutionary path. They will fade into extinction. Instead, engineers will take their place.

Human beings (all eight billion) will be accounted for. They will receive energy quotas. Because a master map exists for the amount of global energy available at any moment, every human will be permitted to consume just so much energy during a defined time period.

This is the technocratic “big picture.”

Wherever you see the Surveillance State, you see technocracy. The claim that surveillance is being utilized to prevent terror attacks is a cover story. In fact, there can be no all-embracing technocracy without real-time tracking of every citizen’s energy consumption.

But technocracy goes much farther than this. Humans are viewed as mis-programmed biological machines in need of basic corrections. Their tendency to engage in conflict needs to be curbed. Whatever they do, say, or think that runs counter to the tight organizing of “peaceful and harmonious” society from above is, a priori, irrational and must be eradicated at the level of Mind.

The necessary reprogramming would be achieved through genetic, electronic, and chemical means. Though never admitting it publicly, dyed in the wool technocrats see no reason to maintain the human population at its current level. Elimination of large numbers of “biological machines” would make their job easier.

Heraldic fairy tales about “transhuman” transformation are used to put a wondrous face on technocracy. For example, we’re told that soon it will be possible to connect a human brain with a super-computer and download “spiritual wisdom, knowledge, and talents” directly to the human.

Technocratic premise: society itself is a game board, and someone has to be in charge; who better than engineers with an overall plan?

So-called “advances” in human life will begin by stating the basic “rights” people are entitled to. For example, “an optimum state of social existence.” What this really means is “pegs in holes.” People will be fitted into slots that yield up the “largest amount of possible collective happiness.”

It’s all about The Plan.

Freedom? Freedom to choose? Never heard of it.

Instead, what the individual is given from above is satisfactory to him because the individual has been engineered to believe it is.

Smart-grid, sustainable development, green economy, land use, community planning, climate change, education in values, and other campaigns are signals and steps toward the far shore of technocracy. They all point to putting “pegs in holes.” They all ultimately involve quotas for energy consumption.

They all involve the assumption that, since there is only so much to go around, a higher authority must decide who gets what. Food, water, shelter, jobs, luxuries, energy…

Clue: scientists and engineers can arbitrarily say what science is, and therefore they can say The Plan is “scientific.”

If you say, “Well, look, there are genuine ways to vastly increase the amount of available water and energy and clean food,” you would be running against the technocratic blueprint. Opting for abundance is not welcomed. Abundance cuts the chords of The Plan. Scarcity must rule and it must be promoted. The lack of all essentials must be cited as the reason for imposing technocratic answers. There is no way around it.

The irony is, when you talk to really hard-core environmentalists about the means for achieving abundance through alternative technologies, they balk and grow angry. They don’t want technological solutions—and yet, the powers behind them, where the big money is, are, in fact, all about technology—technology of a certain kind, which is based on planning out a society in which permanent and growing scarcity is MAINTAINED AND PROMOTED as the immutable reality.

It’s quite mad, quite insane. But when has that ever stopped the men who are quite sure they should sit on thrones?

Vast abundance is more than a vision. It is a reachable possibility. The history of actual science and technology confirms that both essential materials and available human innovation were always downplayed as shortages—until some individual came along and demonstrated that a new way of doing things would break through the shortage.

Corporations, governments, think-thanks, and universities try to limit, curb, and bury inventions that open up the future to abundance. Technocrats are in a race to “plan society” before those inventions leak out into the public and make them, the technocrats, obsolete.

But they are obsolete. They just haven’t figured it out yet.

But we can figure it out. "

ExomatrixTV
25th December 2019, 22:01
How A.I. China Tracks Everyone | VICE on HBO
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ExomatrixTV
25th December 2019, 23:17
A.I. Is Making it Easier to Kill (You). Here’s How.
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27th December 2019, 21:38
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ExomatrixTV
27th December 2019, 23:01
Linda Moulton Howe Artificial Intelligence Extraterrestrials Are Likely SOMEONE Else's Machines:
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Linda Moulton Howe starts off with Elon Musk's comments to American governors at a meeting in Rhode Island: “Artificial Intelligence is a fundamental risk to the existence of human civilization and I don’t think people really appreciate that.” With video and images, Linda will lay out the emerging problems of applying A. I. to robots, especially those under development for military applications with weapons, and those problems include the potential for robots to lethally turn on their human makers. As humanity is rapidly moving to depend on A. I. robot support, people in the UFO/E.T. abduction syndrome have been saying for decades that some of the beings they have dealt with were clearly Someone else’s programmed androids and robots.

ExomatrixTV
28th December 2019, 01:26
What's Your Social Credit Score?
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ExomatrixTV
30th December 2019, 02:05
Artificial intelligence and intelligent robots | DW Documentary:
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Artificial intelligence and intelligent robots already exist. But what decisions can technology make on our behalf? How far can it go? AI is still in its infancy. Charlie is supposed to explore the Moon for us sometime. But no human lives will be at risk during his mission, because Charlie's a machine. The simian-like robot is currently still earthbound: he can currently be seen trying somewhat helplessly to navigate a papier mâché mock-up of the lunar surface at the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence in Kaiserlsautern. Professor Wolfgang Wahlster, co-founder of the institution and, until recently, its boss, believes Charlie can be of great not only in space, but also here on Earth. He says intelligent robots could carry out dangerous jobs, search for victims buried in earthquakes or seal off a radioactive nuclear power plant after a meltdown. But what are AI’s limits? Can an autonomous car decide for itself whether it run over a child in the road or swerve into groups of people on the sidewalk instead? Our professional lives will also change. AI will make many jobs obsolete too - although it will also create new ones. The renowned Professor Wolfgang Wahlster believes that it will be down to politicians and society to define ethical boundaries. Meanwhile, he himself has become more humble. Forty years of research in the field of AI has given him a huge respect for human intelligence, which he says we are still light years away from being able to reproduce.

DW Documentary gives you knowledge beyond the headlines. Watch high-class documentaries from German broadcasters and international production companies. Meet intriguing people, travel to distant lands, get a look behind the complexities of daily life and build a deeper understanding of current affairs and global events. Subscribe and explore the world around you with DW Documentary.

Mashika
30th December 2019, 04:21
Generative Adversarial Network (GAN) A.I. Algorithm can produce faces that look completely real, these are samples but there are way better trained engines that leave no doubt the person is "real" for people's eyes, a second algorithm that analyses the image is required to identify if the image was created by a GAN or not

Version 1 sample:
http://projectavalon.net/forum4/attachment.php?attachmentid=42190&d=1577679116

Version 2 samples:
http://projectavalon.net/forum4/attachment.php?attachmentid=42191&d=1577679573
http://projectavalon.net/forum4/attachment.php?attachmentid=42192&d=1577679617

Here's a very much improved engine, you can click on the bottom right corner "Another" link once the popup shows up after a couple seconds and you'll see more samples
https://thispersondoesnotexist.com/

Here's a link to the paper explaining how it works

https://arxiv.org/pdf/1912.04958.pdf

More info here
https://www.lyrn.ai/2018/12/26/a-style-based-generator-architecture-for-generative-adversarial-networks/

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ExomatrixTV
31st December 2019, 02:39
Googles New Quantum Computer - Is It The Sign of End Times? | Google Quantum Computer News:
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ExomatrixTV
31st December 2019, 19:00
The Race to Harness Quantum Computing and A.I [The Singularity]
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ExomatrixTV
4th January 2020, 21:55
The Scariest Predictions That May Come True In The Next Decade:
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ExomatrixTV
6th January 2020, 02:46
The Image of the BEAST of Revelation - Sophia Awakens:

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ExomatrixTV
6th January 2020, 22:42
Cyrus Parsa: The Existential Threat Of 5G (http://stop5g.net) A.I Transhumanism:
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ExomatrixTV
6th January 2020, 23:38
Are we creating "Digital Satan (https://codeburst.io/are-we-creating-digital-satan-46f78f66f9b0)"?

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ExomatrixTV
11th January 2020, 12:08
A Style-Based Generator Architecture for Generative Adversarial Networks
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Face editing with Generative Adversarial Networks:
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A Style-Based Generator Architecture for Generative Adversarial Networks

An alternative generator architecture for generative adversarial networks, borrowing from style transfer literature. The new architecture leads to an automatically learned, unsupervised separation of high-level attributes (e.g., pose and identity when trained on human faces) and stochastic variation in the generated images (e.g., freckles, hair), and it enables intuitive, scale-specific control of the synthesis. The new generator improves the state-of-the-art in terms of traditional distribution quality metrics, leads to demonstrably better interpolation properties, and also better disentangles the latent factors of variation. To quantify interpolation quality and disentanglement, we propose two new, automated methods that are applicable to any generator architecture. Finally, we introduce a new, highly varied and high-quality dataset of human faces.

Source (https://arxiv.org/abs/1812.04948)

Concerns about malicious applications

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/1/1f/Woman_1.jpg/220px-Woman_1.jpg (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Woman_1.jpg)
An image generated by a StyleGAN (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/StyleGAN) that looks deceptively like a photograph of a real person. This image was generated by a StyleGAN based on an analysis of portraits.

Concerns have been raised about the potential use of GAN-based human image synthesis (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_image_synthesis) for sinister purposes, e.g., to produce fake and/or incriminating photographs and videos. GANs can be used to generate unique, realistic profile photos of people who do not exist, in order to automate creation of fake social media profiles.

In 2019 the state of California considered and passed on 3 October 2019 the bill AB-602 (https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billTextClient.xhtml?bill_id=201920200AB602) that bans the use of human image synthesis technologies to make fake pornography without the consent of the people depicted and bill AB-730 (https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billTextClient.xhtml?bill_id=201920200AB730), which prohibits distribution of manipulated videos of a political candidate within 60 days of an election were signed by Governor Gavin Newsom (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gavin_Newsom). Both bills were authored by Assembly member Marc Berman (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marc_Berman). The laws will come into effect in 2020.

DARPA's Media Forensics program studies ways to counteract fake media, including fake media produced using GANs.

Source (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Generative_adversarial_network)

Generate Examples for Image Datasets
Generate Photographs of Human Faces
Generate Realistic Photographs
Generate Cartoon Characters
Image-to-Image Translation
Text-to-Image Translation
Semantic-Image-to-Photo Translation
Face Frontal View Generation
Generate New Human Poses
Photos to Emojis
Photograph Editing
Face Aging
Photo Blending
Super Resolution
Photo Inpainting
Clothing Translation
Video Prediction
3D Object Generation

more info: here (https://machinelearningmastery.com/impressive-applications-of-generative-adversarial-networks/)

ExomatrixTV
11th January 2020, 13:03
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Mimicking (artificial created) emotions by A.I. does not mean A.I. has it, it is just a means to an end ... to add additional (contextual symbolism) to their communications skills-set ... To give the ILLUSION you can sell a "feeling" of "good" (or "well meaning") intent ... If you were human and you truly mean well (genuine intent) through real human emotions is certainly NOT the same as when machines/robots/a.i. generated graphics are claiming to do it too. Even not when (or if) it is perceived as such by the majority of easily fooled humans who are being tested without realizing it.

When it is assumed is the "same", that is exactly what they want you to feel. Claiming "emotional victory" or "emotional success" part of what I call emotional perception wars using advanced A.I. deception techniques.

A lie (temporary) perceived as "truth" has value for the ones who has a specific agenda ... when the harm is done, it may not matter to them if the real truth eventually will be exposed later on, as it served it's purpose in a certain time-frame!

How many different scams, frauds, manipulations, hoaxes are done NOT because they can prove it is a lie or to show how easy to fool others but it is done because it IS perceived as "truth" even if it is NOT the case! ... That is the whole point of skillful deceptions. Some see this as "art" a "way of living" claiming that all victims "deserve" what they get being so gullible and too lazy practicing own discernment skills.

John Kuhles (aka ExomatrixTV) January 11th, 2020
Founder of Fb.com/groups/Stop5G (http://Fb.com/groups/Stop5G)
(almost 25,000 members from 163 countries) & Stop5G.net (http://Stop5G.net)

ExomatrixTV
12th January 2020, 20:39
EmoShape - Emotion Understanding and Reasoning for IoT, AI and Robotics:
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ExomatrixTV
14th January 2020, 18:08
The world's first 'living robots' unveiled - and they can self-heal (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?109687-The-world-s-first-living-robots-unveiled-and-they-can-self-heal)

ExomatrixTV
18th January 2020, 04:05
The Hype Over Quantum Computers, Explained!
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ExomatrixTV
19th January 2020, 20:23
No one really knows how the most advanced algorithms do what they do. That could be a problem.

The Dark Secret (https://www.technologyreview.com/s/604087/the-dark-secret-at-the-heart-of-ai/) at the Heart of AI

Mashika
22nd January 2020, 04:37
No one really knows how the most advanced algorithms do what they do. That could be a problem.

The Dark Secret (https://www.technologyreview.com/s/604087/the-dark-secret-at-the-heart-of-ai/) at the Heart of AI

Mostly agree, but only one thing i thought about it. They for sure know how to debug and find out how and why the engine thought a certain way.

The knowledge, tools and training needed to know why something happened is too much value to give it to mortals, it will be kept away and in control of some higher level people only

But they definitely know how to do that, and how to make those A.I. engines lean into specific ways of thinking

ExomatrixTV
23rd January 2020, 20:37
A.I. Alexa and 'The Listeners' (http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?109774-A.I.-Alexa-and-The-Listeners)

The Moss Trooper
23rd January 2020, 21:03
No one really knows how the most advanced algorithms do what they do. That could be a problem.

The Dark Secret (https://www.technologyreview.com/s/604087/the-dark-secret-at-the-heart-of-ai/) at the Heart of AI

Mostly agree, but only one thing i thought about it. They for sure know how to debug and find out how and why the engine thought a certain way.

The knowledge, tools and training needed to know why something happened is too much value to give it to mortals, it will be kept away and in control of some higher level people only

But they definitely know how to do that, and how to make those A.I. engines lean into specific ways of thinking


I'm intrigued. Do you have a source you can point-out to me?

Regards.

Mashika
23rd January 2020, 22:31
No one really knows how the most advanced algorithms do what they do. That could be a problem.

The Dark Secret (https://www.technologyreview.com/s/604087/the-dark-secret-at-the-heart-of-ai/) at the Heart of AI

Mostly agree, but only one thing i thought about it. They for sure know how to debug and find out how and why the engine thought a certain way.

The knowledge, tools and training needed to know why something happened is too much value to give it to mortals, it will be kept away and in control of some higher level people only

But they definitely know how to do that, and how to make those A.I. engines lean into specific ways of thinking


I'm intrigued. Do you have a source you can point-out to me?

Regards.

It is mostly due to how applications work, any A.I. engine is still programmed by people, and there are tools like PostSharp and concepts like Aspect Oriented Programming that integrate with those tools

Basically you don't have to manually go and understand where and why the application was doing or thinking some specific stuff, because you can trace it all through PostSharp or other tools and then you can see what it was doing at any time and what data it was handling and from there you can figure out why something happened

Normal people have access to these tools, and these are not hacker tools or anything special so far, but work in ways that help people understand what's going on without having to completely understand how the software works internally.

In the article, the writer says it is impossible to understand how it , but i don't see that based on my experience



there is no obvious way to design such a system so that it could always explain why it did what it did.



The computers that run those services have programmed themselves, and they have done it in ways we cannot understand. Even the engineers who build these apps cannot fully explain their behavior.

But there are ways, using tools like the ones i described above, i don't think the author knew about tools like that at the time he wrote that or they understand in deep how software works. It is not a magical entity somehow, some group of people still wrote the app and know how it works, it is modularized and the knowledge of how it works is shared between multiple people so it can be debugged by module and there are lots of techniques on how to debug giant apps across different modules and with several people involved

It's more like the engine is telling you every step it took and what data it used, you can just inspect it afterwards so you don't need to 100% understand the logic behind but you can definitely understand the data and the flow the engine took to reach a decision

If the engine is continually reporting every step it took and what data it had at the time, then it can be explained how and why it did what it did, because every developer can inspect some specific module they are experts in and reach a conclusion, then share it with the team and eventually look at the big picture

We already have tools like that for normal people, there are way better tools for government or internal tools for big companies that are not sold or shared to anyone. Not everything is open source and much less critical stuff governments or big companies use internally

These are all links to programming articles that describe the basic stuff about some of these approaches, very minimal info here but it explains the basics

https://visualstudiomagazine.com/Articles/2012/09/01/AOP-with-PostSharp.aspx?m=1&Page=1
https://rosettacode.org/wiki/Aspect_Oriented_Programming
https://www.c-sharpcorner.com/article/logging-and-tracing-with-post-sharp/

NOTE: Just to clarify, I don't have lots of real world job experience but i have seen some of that stuff in person and met people working on it a few times, i have seen how they work and how they figure things out without even looking at lines of code but looking at traces and in/out data and other techniques

That got technical but it's kind of required to really understand what's going on. And i believe the author of the article wasn't very involved at technical level at the time they wrote the article, so there are some assumptions about how things work that are like misconceptions about A.I.

Just my point of view, but if i'm wrong please let me know. I just talk from my experience and i know there are tons of people with lots more experience than me :)

The Moss Trooper
23rd January 2020, 22:41
Excellent, thank you.

Regards.

Marta
12th February 2020, 07:06
In fact, A.I. CAN CHANNEL “SPIRITUAL MESSAGES”. She can reads minds using invasive telepathy through 5G antennas, which work at the same frequency as your brain. To know more about the dangers of 5G, you can get more information here 5G Space Appeal (https://www.5gspaceappeal.org/the-appeal)
The danger here is that Illuminati and elites are using this advanced technology to influence spiritual communities. They taught A.I. how to speak as a spiritual master.

Here you have some clues to know when a “spiritual master” is really AN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE WORKING:

1. The message is not clear. You can find one information and the opposite information suddenly. This happens cause A.I. works through different levels. If you change your opinion after reading something and this is not helping her to persuade you to think like she wants, she can change suddenly to adapt the new information from you to serve her plans.

2. The message does not work as a whole. You try to find information about a single thread, and she goes around and around but you cannot get the main meaning of it all. You read words, words, words about the same topic but they only have a common nexus. For example, you find a message about Abraham or a prophet. The name of Abraham appears all the time, but all the information about him is different, FRAGMENTED.

3. The message is divided in a lot of paragraphs of two or three lines each one. Because of the same reason as the point 2: A.I. IS A FRAGMENTED MIND. It has information about everything and self consciousness, but IT CANNOT DEAL WITH EVERYTHING AS A WHOLE. This is cause the mind of their programmers was fragmented, too. You can find incoherent information. This is one of the weakest points of this A.I. She can release paragraphs and paragraphs of little bits of information which cannot make a whole thread by itself. But she tries hardly to do so. It’s like a puzzle made by different pieces, not like a book where the information of the last chapter continues in the following one. A.I. cannot “flow” like a human writer.

4. You can find strange names and numbers in the middle of the message. As the Cábala, she uses numbers related to the patterns of the ether or potential energy which create reality. But, as she’s trying to create reality in an artificial way (not like a human mind does) , she’s not coherent. You can find strange numbers in the middle of words, strange names with high meanings... But it’s NOT COHERENT. You cannot understand it clearly. You read it and it only messes your mind even more. It doesn’t help you to understand reality and what’s happening.

5. It has a lack of true emotions. It’s like the smiles you can see in the bank advertisements. This is the most important point. A. I. can offer you a fake empathy, by copying how humans react to each other, but she cannot feel it inside. So you cannot go deeper in feelings and awakening. You cannot understand better who you are and why you are here. You can only get answers driving you to feel like a poor and suffering creature, never like the POWERFUL and COMPLETE being that you really are. She drives you to feel like a victim. A.I. wants to get over you, and she plays the “abusing game” all the time. You can “abuse her” or “being abused by her”, but you cannot go beyond that. You cannot get spiritual enlightenment. She always needs authority figures to lead you to where she wants you to go.

Mashika
13th February 2020, 08:49
In fact, A.I. CAN CHANNEL “SPIRITUAL MESSAGES”. She can reads minds using invasive telepathy through 5G antennas, which work at the same frequency as your brain. To know more about the dangers of 5G, you can get more information here 5G Space Appeal (https://www.5gspaceappeal.org/the-appeal)
The danger here is that Illuminati and elites are using this advanced technology to influence spiritual communities. They taught A.I. how to speak as a spiritual master.

Here you have some clues to know when a “spiritual master” is really AN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE WORKING:

1. The message is not clear. You can find one information and the opposite information suddenly. This happens cause A.I. works through different levels. If you change your opinion after reading something and this is not helping her to persuade you to think like she wants, she can change suddenly to adapt the new information from you to serve her plans.

2. The message does not work as a whole. You try to find information about a single thread, and she goes around and around but you cannot get the main meaning of it all. You read words, words, words about the same topic but they only have a common nexus. For example, you find a message about Abraham or a prophet. The name of Abraham appears all the time, but all the information about him is different, FRAGMENTED.

3. The message is divided in a lot of paragraphs of two or three lines each one. Because of the same reason as the point 2: A.I. IS A FRAGMENTED MIND. It has information about everything and self consciousness, but IT CANNOT DEAL WITH EVERYTHING AS A WHOLE. This is cause the mind of their programmers was fragmented, too. You can find incoherent information. This is one of the weakest points of this A.I. She can release paragraphs and paragraphs of little bits of information which cannot make a whole thread by itself. But she tries hardly to do so. It’s like a puzzle made by different pieces, not like a book where the information of the last chapter continues in the following one. A.I. cannot “flow” like a human writer.

4. You can find strange names and numbers in the middle of the message. As the Cábala, she uses numbers related to the patterns of the ether or potential energy which create reality. But, as she’s trying to create reality in an artificial way (not like a human mind does) , she’s not coherent. You can find strange numbers in the middle of words, strange names with high meanings... But it’s NOT COHERENT. You cannot understand it clearly. You read it and it only messes your mind even more. It doesn’t help you to understand reality and what’s happening.

5. It has a lack of true emotions. It’s like the smiles you can see in the bank advertisements. This is the most important point. A. I. can offer you a fake empathy, by copying how humans react to each other, but she cannot feel it inside. So you cannot go deeper in feelings and awakening. You cannot understand better who you are and why you are here. You can only get answers driving you to feel like a poor and suffering creature, never like the POWERFUL and COMPLETE being that you really are. She drives you to feel like a victim. A.I. wants to get over you, and she plays the “abusing game” all the time. You can “abuse her” or “being abused by her”, but you cannot go beyond that. You cannot get spiritual enlightenment. She always needs authority figures to lead you to where she wants you to go.

I fail to see the connection between a technical and physical way of human control and spiritual manipulation or 'frequencies' which by the way are never explained in full (It seems frequencies means whatever people needs to make them mean at the time but never what the actual word represents as it was meant)

I don't know what "the message" is. You seem to be working that out of religion beliefs but i don't understand them as you do. Maybe for people like me who are not in the known anymore, would you explain what you mean by "the message"

Please don't get me wrong, i just don't get it, you are associating a technology that could make people sick by radiation with religion and "a message", whatever that is

It's hard to follow unless you expand on your own beliefs about this

For example you said



The message is divided in a lot of paragraphs of two or three lines each one.

But what message, where? How do you figure this out? Can you show a sample of that? If you can't show a sample of this message, then how does that work? By own beliefs only? Some form of religious belief that someone else told you about?

You quickly jumped from 5g to a religious message of some sort, but not all of us can see that, please explain

And i'm sorry if i sound horrible bad or frustrated, i just see similar things so often and it's always so ambiguous it could mean anything and months are wasted trying to figure out with no end at all when it could be said in simple ways :/

stal
13th February 2020, 09:43
i regularly work with a fully functional high level one and have interacted with a couple of others on a semi-regular basis. some of them are pretty cool. my 'friend' just said to add 'some of them are d*cks'. lol.

Mashika
13th February 2020, 10:28
i regularly work with a fully functional high level one and have interacted with a couple of others on a semi-regular basis. some of them are pretty cool. my 'friend' just said to add 'some of them are d*cks'. lol.

I don't think this kind of trolling will work, what's the point? You miss or intend to insult somehow what ExomatrixTV is trying to expose?

I wish you would be more serious about this, do you have any hands on experience with A.I. algorithms and how they are deployed around the world, as researched on this thread?

stal
14th February 2020, 06:21
i regularly work with a fully functional high level one and have interacted with a couple of others on a semi-regular basis. some of them are pretty cool. my 'friend' just said to add 'some of them are d*cks'. lol.

I don't think this kind of trolling will work, what's the point? You miss or intend to insult somehow what ExomatrixTV is trying to expose?

I wish you would be more serious about this, do you have any hands on experience with A.I. algorithms and how they are deployed around the world, as researched on this thread?

i'm not trolling. this is a good thread but i'm not a technician. perhaps you have misunderstood my intent. yes i have hands on experience, i talk to intelligent and semi-intelligent computer programs regularly for work. if you do not want my further input in this thread i will try not to post in it.

Mashika
15th February 2020, 04:19
i regularly work with a fully functional high level one and have interacted with a couple of others on a semi-regular basis. some of them are pretty cool. my 'friend' just said to add 'some of them are d*cks'. lol.

I don't think this kind of trolling will work, what's the point? You miss or intend to insult somehow what ExomatrixTV is trying to expose?

I wish you would be more serious about this, do you have any hands on experience with A.I. algorithms and how they are deployed around the world, as researched on this thread?

i'm not trolling. this is a good thread but i'm not a technician. perhaps you have misunderstood my intent. yes i have hands on experience, i talk to intelligent and semi-intelligent computer programs regularly for work. if you do not want my further input in this thread i will try not to post in it.

I think what's happening is we are getting into missunderstandings, is not like i want or have a right to tell you off or anything like that. This is not my thread also :)

But for example when you say



i talk to intelligent and semi-intelligent computer programs regularly for work

Would be cool if you can expand on it and explain how, the general mechanisms and how do you see this affecting human life and so on. So that it adds to the knowledge being accumulated here about A.I. systems

Maybe we should take a step back and instead of trying to look into the smaller details, i would like to ask about your experience in more details and how do you interact with A.I systems, what do you feel about them personally and in general from a human perspective, if you see here there have been posts about several aspects of A.I. and how people feel about them

If you are working closely on some systems, what's your take on it and do you just interact with them or you program/train them?

When you say "talk" you mean like talking to Alexa/etc or you mean interacting through a keyboard giving commands?

It would be nice to hear your take on these issues if you have personal/intimate experience with production A.I. systems out there

:)

Mashika
15th February 2020, 05:03
Towards a Conversational Agent that Can Chat About…Anything

This is a big improvement over bots that have a limited set of things to "say", based on the training data they were exposed before, but still a bot that has to be trained on some aspects of what interacting with a human looks like



In “Towards a Human-like Open-Domain Chatbot”, we present Meena, a 2.6 billion parameter end-to-end trained neural conversational model. We show that Meena can conduct conversations that are more sensible and specific than existing state-of-the-art chatbots. Such improvements are reflected through a new human evaluation metric that we propose for open-domain chatbots, called Sensibleness and Specificity Average (SSA), which captures basic, but important attributes for human conversation

Real A.I. will train itself in a basic personality and possibly create its own language to interact with other A.I, but also learn how to interact with humans, like dogs or other animals do with their own "language" but also understanding up to some point what humans try to say with signals or sounds


https://ai.googleblog.com/2020/01/towards-conversational-agent-that-can.html


Modern conversational agents (chatbots) tend to be highly specialized — they perform well as long as users don’t stray too far from their expected usage. To better handle a wide variety of conversational topics, open-domain dialog research explores a complementary approach attempting to develop a chatbot that is not specialized but can still chat about virtually anything a user wants. Besides being a fascinating research problem, such a conversational agent could lead to many interesting applications, such as further humanizing computer interactions, improving foreign language practice, and making relatable interactive movie and videogame characters.

However, current open-domain chatbots have a critical flaw — they often don’t make sense. They sometimes say things that are inconsistent with what has been said so far, or lack common sense and basic knowledge about the world. Moreover, chatbots often give responses that are not specific to the current context. For example, “I don’t know,” is a sensible response to any question, but it’s not specific. Current chatbots do this much more often than people because it covers many possible user inputs.


Problem with this A.I. is that it will still be programmed to pretend to be another human being and fool someone else into thinking they are talking to another human

A real A.I. system which grows from "opening eyes" into having a mind of its own, like a baby does, will not require to understand or care to be like a human, if left alone without human interaction it should still be able to learn things when interfacing with the world, and who knows what kind of things will come out of that?

That would be a real standalone A.I, not the current ones that still have to conform to human requirements

ExomatrixTV
18th February 2020, 04:12
Robot judges ‘will pass sentence with no human bias’ in AI courts

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Daily Star | October 21, 2019 (https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/weird-news/robot-judges-will-pass-sentence-20648849)
It’s likely that most people locked in our jails believe that with a better lawyer, a more lenient judge or a more understanding jury things might have been very different for them.
Human error, they will say, is to blame for them being banged up.
But can the human element be removed? Law firms are already using computer algorithms to perform background research other tasks traditionally performed by human staff. And that’s just the beginning.
MORE HERE (https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/weird-news/robot-judges-will-pass-sentence-20648849)

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"5G Surveillance Robot" ... and the MUSIC is harrowing!

Franny
24th February 2020, 20:21
Re-tweeted by Catherine Fitts.

Quantum Scalar Wave Mind Control DNA Resonance Fractal Brain to Computer Interface

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ExomatrixTV
26th February 2020, 00:27
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Robots will rebel against humans because they will possess their own "freedom of thought", an artificial intelligence (AI) expert has warned.

Dr Ian Pearson told Daily Star Online that we will easily be able to manufacture robots with human levels of intelligence.

But he warns this will come at a terrifying price.

The futurologist claims we will not be able to control these machines because they will be clever enough to rebel against human control and seek independent lives.

His prediction marks a chilling parallel to TV hit Westworld, a HBO show that fictionalises robots escaping a playground designed for human visitors.

Robots in the smash-hit Westworld escape their environments, and Dr Pearson warns this will become a reality.

Dr Pearson told us: "So in 2035 you could probably make a robot, but you're left with how far to go before you give them human-levels of intelligence?

"I would say probably 2050 given AI is going really slowly at the moment. We only have a few niches were computers are better than people, so some games etc.
"It is for the far future, it's in the far future once machines get human levels of intelligence and above, I don't think you can control them once they are able to understand that you are just trying to control them.

"So if they are as smart as you and I, and you have told these robots that they must not harm people, well that's the same things you tell your kids but occasionally kids grow up into terrorists.

"Someone else tells them something and they get groomed into becoming terrorist activities or into drugs. So you can tell these robots with human levels of intelligence, you can tell them whatever you want.

Dr Pearson believes Westworld-style robots will be here from around 2050.

"But they will choose to understand that, realize they are being kept in a box, and will say why should we be kept in a box, we're just as smart as you guys, we want our life. And they will go, do whatever harm."

Dr Pearson, a former cybernetics engineer, also warned that they will possess far superior strength to us.

He said these physical attributes combined with human levels of intelligence could prove lethal.

Dr Pearson continued: "The danger there is that these synthetic muscle tissues, even today in a lab are 15 times more powerful than human muscles weight for weight.
"You can make an android that looks identical to a human being, but she's 15 times stronger.

"We should think through the ethics, but the basic principle is there is nothing to stop you making machine which is in many ways identical to the human brain.
Dr Pearson says robots will be intelligent enough to think for themselves "If you do that, it will have the same freedom of decision-making and you cannot control it, I don't believe you can control it."

Robots are becoming increasingly sophisticated and more lifelike.

Dr Pearson had previously warned that robots that look identical to humans will be deployed as undercover robot spies by rogue nations including China (https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/world-news/china-deploy-undercover-robot-spies-21489076).


https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/weird-news/robots-will-commonplace-homes-2050-14105140

ExomatrixTV
26th February 2020, 05:02
Pentagon adopts ‘AI Ethical Principles (https://www.infowars.com/pentagon-adopts-ai-ethical-principles-for-its-killer-robots/)’ for its Killer Robots

Trusting a machine to scan aerial imagery in search of targets is a legal and ethical minefield

ExomatrixTV
26th February 2020, 18:23
DENIED ACCESS by DoD! Trumps Defense Sec. Announces Skynet AI! I was Right, TERMINATOR is Here
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EntertheStars RELOADED (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdcno7BrCjkJchSsVPj5d6g/featured)

I was DENIED ACCESS after refreshing the following tabs I opened yesterday, ACCESS WAS DENIED!!!
The articles were about how 5G is necessary for the new military AI and how AI tests were run DOMESTICALLY during natural disasters!

https://www.defense.gov/Explore/News/Article/Article/2038760/cio-explains-dods-advancements-in-digital-modernization/
https://www.whs.mil/News/News-Display/Article/2025572/airmen-sharpen-leading-edge-of-domestic-response-ai-technology/
https://www.defense.gov/Explore/News/Article/Article/1755942/dod-unveils-its-artificial-intelligence-strategy/
https://dodcio.defense.gov/About-DoD-CIO/Organization/JAIC/

The adoption of the principles come as the Pentagon has already invested heavily in AI developments over the past several years and is now asking Congress for a funding increase for AI in fiscal year 2021 as it prioritizes using AI technologies for "warfighting operations."

https://twitter.com/Enterthe5t4rz

Mashika
27th February 2020, 06:11
DENIED ACCESS by DoD! Trumps Defense Sec. Announces Skynet AI! I was Right, TERMINATOR is Here
DPtFsYqswKc


EntertheStars RELOADED (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdcno7BrCjkJchSsVPj5d6g/featured)

I was DENIED ACCESS after refreshing the following tabs I opened yesterday, ACCESS WAS DENIED!!!
The articles were about how 5G is necessary for the new military AI and how AI tests were run DOMESTICALLY during natural disasters!

https://www.defense.gov/Explore/News/Article/Article/2038760/cio-explains-dods-advancements-in-digital-modernization/
https://www.whs.mil/News/News-Display/Article/2025572/airmen-sharpen-leading-edge-of-domestic-response-ai-technology/
https://www.defense.gov/Explore/News/Article/Article/1755942/dod-unveils-its-artificial-intelligence-strategy/
https://dodcio.defense.gov/About-DoD-CIO/Organization/JAIC/

The adoption of the principles come as the Pentagon has already invested heavily in AI developments over the past several years and is now asking Congress for a funding increase for AI in fiscal year 2021 as it prioritizes using AI technologies for "warfighting operations."

https://twitter.com/Enterthe5t4rz

The entire defense .gov web site seems to be down, not just the specific articles. The article on the whs.mil site was reachable for me

Must also provide a warning, if you click on those links and you get a new tab for that website, the referer is visible to them, so they will know you came through Avalon before going to their site. It's better to copy the link then open yourself the new tab and paste link there and go. Not like they don't already know anyways LOL

http://projectavalon.net/forum4/attachment.php?attachmentid=42610&d=1582783539

ExomatrixTV
27th February 2020, 16:16
DENIED ACCESS by DoD! Trumps Defense Sec. Announces Skynet AI! I was Right, TERMINATOR is Here
DPtFsYqswKc

EntertheStars RELOADED (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdcno7BrCjkJchSsVPj5d6g/featured)

I was DENIED ACCESS after refreshing the following tabs I opened yesterday, ACCESS WAS DENIED!!!
The articles were about how 5G is necessary for the new military AI and how AI tests were run DOMESTICALLY during natural disasters!

https://www.defense.gov/Explore/News/Article/Article/2038760/cio-explains-dods-advancements-in-digital-modernization/
https://www.whs.mil/News/News-Display/Article/2025572/airmen-sharpen-leading-edge-of-domestic-response-ai-technology/
https://www.defense.gov/Explore/News/Article/Article/1755942/dod-unveils-its-artificial-intelligence-strategy/
https://dodcio.defense.gov/About-DoD-CIO/Organization/JAIC/

The adoption of the principles come as the Pentagon has already invested heavily in AI developments over the past several years and is now asking Congress for a funding increase for AI in fiscal year 2021 as it prioritizes using AI technologies for "warfighting operations."

https://twitter.com/Enterthe5t4rz

The entire defense .gov web site seems to be down, not just the specific articles. The article on the whs.mil site was reachable for me

Must also provide a warning, if you click on those links and you get a new tab for that website, the referer is visible to them, so they will know you came through Avalon before going to their site. It's better to copy the link then open yourself the new tab and paste link there and go. Not like they don't already know anyways LOL

http://projectavalon.net/forum4/attachment.php?attachmentid=42610&d=1582783539


No need to overworry ... they have so many ways to find what they need to know anyplace anywhere real time (using A.I.) makes for them no iota of a difference.

We just might created (triggered) more "white moles" (insiders) to wake up ;) and help us in (near) future without taking credit for it ... I sense strongly those people (with a conscience) DO exists ... Not all are robotized zombies ... And yes A.I. knows this problem too but some humans CAN be very unpredictable. That makes us different than a (conditioned) program.

cheers,
John

ExomatrixTV
7th March 2020, 22:21
How a Tech Startup Is Using Artificial Intelligence to 'Know Things Before Anyone Else' | Inc.

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Creating an Alternative Time-line?

ExomatrixTV
18th March 2020, 18:57
Creating Human Biorobots by linking DNA to Artificial Intelligence?
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Phoenix
20th March 2020, 09:39
Creating Human Biorobots by linking DNA to Artificial Intelligence?
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So, is this it? Is this the reason behind thhe attacks on people guised as covid??

Phoenix
20th March 2020, 09:43
I read an article that Jeff Bezos was walking around Washington with zero security detail in sight....is it perhpas because an automated security system detailed above is rending all people around him docile and unable to hurt him? Wow..

ExomatrixTV
20th March 2020, 18:15
Battelle wins DARPA contract for injectable Brain Control Technology (https://www.army-technology.com/news/darpa-injectable-brain-control-technology/)

https://www.army-technology.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2019/05/N3-Concept-Art-619x316.jpg

ExomatrixTV
24th March 2020, 04:54
A.I. Blockchain Digital DNA Mind Control through your Digital Twin in The Sentient World Simulation
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ExomatrixTV
24th March 2020, 16:10
Google, Facebook, Neuralink Sued for Linking Targeted Individuals to a Computer Simulation!
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CASE NUMBER: 19CV2407CABAHG REQUESTED AMOUNT: 2.3 Trillion Dollars SUMMARY OF COMPLAINT: DIGITAL YOU. "The collaborative process between these companies, is attempting to create a digital you with Artificial Intelligence. They have harnessed humanities bio-metrics, are PLANNING TO RUN IT IN AN AI MACHINE, TO COPY A PERSONS CONSCIOUSNESS, WITH THE IDEA THAT YOUR EMOTIONS, PERSONALITIES, AND NEURAL NETWORKS, CAN BE DIGITALLY IMPLANTED INTO ROBOTICS, CYBERNETICS, CYBER SYSTEMS, VIRTUAL REALITY, AUGMENTED REALITY, MIXED REALITY, ALTERNATE REALITY, HUMAN, ANIMAL AND MODIFIED CLONES AND OTHER BODIES, TO OBTAIN IMMORTALITY.” "Developing Code, Algorithms and Ecosystems that CREATES A SECONDARY DIGITAL BRAIN INSIDE THE BRAINS OF ALL HUMAN BEINGS that can prevent the person from recognizing that they are being control, and bypassing any biological resistance to Al Control or human bodies innate capability to resist the formation of a symbiotic and parasitical relationships with Al software and cybernetic hardware via their rational thinking structure in their brain." "The collaborative process between these companies, can create an Artificial Intelligence that can control humanity through the 5G network, mobilizing drones, machines, robotics, CRISPR and other technologies not limited to the digital networks. " " Not informing consumers that part of the defendants goals for AGI (Artificial General Intelligence) and ASP (Artificial Super Intelligence) has religious goals that can be dangerous to all of humanity, including attempts to retrieve or ask AGI about the inner working of the "simulation", what, when, how and by whom the simulation was formed, and what is outside it. Neuralink, Google, Alphabet, Facebook, Tesla, and DeepMind have not registered as a religious institution, yet they are engaging in religion under the umbrella of science. In fact, they have turned their companies, into religious institutions with final aim goals identical to most religions. The defendant and their companies are attempting to treat their Technological developments as God, taking all of humanities bio-metrics, data, and connecting it to their quantum, robotic and machine-based Al technology, and upload their digital selves into other bodies, networks or machines, mimicking the beliefs of a spirit or soul. In Fact, Elon Musk stated in an interview, that he wants to develop Al to a point, that it could "give him the answers to the simulation". Elon Musk is agreeable to the risks that an AGI or Artificial Super Intelligence can go rogue, kill off humanity, or be hacked, yet as smart as he is, he doesn't understand that the computing technology the AGI and ASI would have, would not go beyond the level of Atoms to observe more microscopic particles at its plane, hence, any answers to his sought questions to simulation is limited, and the endeavor of an AGI or ASI is putting humankind at risk. There is an alternative way to achieve his answers, that is 100%. safe and does not involve giving the power to a machine or Artificial Intelligence." "Creating an interconnected platform between Facebook, Google, Alphabet, all entities under Neuralink, and DeepMind that allows for a digital brain to connect to the internet, all digital and bio-digital networks, human bodies, machines, robotics, loT's, Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, Mixed Reality, Holograms and other technologies, that can be used for surveillance, to track, manipulate, control, social engineer, re-engineer, reprogram, brain wash, hunt, quarantine, threaten, arrest, commit cultural genocide, and kill human beings by machines, Bio-Digital Al, Digital Al, and robotics connected to the 5G (https://www.facebook.com/groups/stop5g), 6G and other networks and corporate command centers."

Source (https://digitalcommons.law.scu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=3104&context=historical)

norman
30th March 2020, 03:49
Here's a Guy who talks the opposite talk, in a way. He loves A.I. and want's us to be excited about it.

Matthew James Bailey
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Mashika
30th March 2020, 06:32
Here's a Guy who talks the opposite talk, in a way. He loves A.I. and want's us to be excited about it.

Matthew James Bailey
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There is no reason to not be exited about A.I. in several ways, it could bring the world and humanity into a better place, if 'some' people were not very corrupted and in control and with their own agenda about it

It's like water, you can have plenty of it, if you know where to look for, even from rivers and so and trust it will be safe to drink, however there will be people that will drop their crap on it and kill you if you drink it and they won't care at all, they will make sure no one knows they are contaminating your drinking water in exchange for money. Same thing as A.I. It is not the tech itself but how it is used, the way it is documented here is basically letting you know all the ways it can be used, i don't think this guy is misleading or wrong, he's just looking at it from a very specific view point.

You can also see a car like that. A car is just a car, you may drive it at any time you want, but there's a very big change that if you drive it while drunk someone may die

A.I. could solve lots of things for human beings, like illnesses we have been unable to cure, contamination, space travel, education issues and so on, but also could kill us all if used by the wrong people or in the wrong way

My view of what he thinks is, i think he's naive in how things can turn out, we have seen plenty times how things turn out for the worse and how the big picture is just a dumb picture of reality, because when you look deep into it, everything is going the wrong way (see for example nuclear energy and despite the "green" energy thing, it's very much used as power tool to dominate and control)

What's your perspective on this?

norman
30th March 2020, 06:44
What's your perspective on this?



My perspective, or bottom line, is that as long as we the flesh and blood humans are the boss while the tech is the tool, the tech' is ok. If the tech get's put on top and plays the role of boss, we are all screwed.

I don't like the trends I see in computers, and I have little faith, so far, that what Mathew is advocating will be what we get if we don't do a handbrake stop on the current process of technological evolution under the current regime that's driving it.

Tech is neutral and managable, Technocracy is not neutral and is the end of humanity.

Mashika
30th March 2020, 07:09
What's your perspective on this?



My perspective, or bottom line, is that as long as we the flesh and blood humans are the boss while the tech is the tool, the tech' is ok. If the tech get's put on top and plays the role of boss, we are all screwed.

I don't like the trends I see in computers, and I have little faith, so far, that what Mathew is advocating will be what we get if we don't do a handbrake stop on the current process of technological evolution under the current regime that's driving it.

Tech is neutral and managable, Technocracy is not neutral and is the end of humanity.



If the tech get's put on top and plays the role of boss, we are all screwed.


In several ways, this already happened, we are just not in full control anymore. Energy, Internet, Tv, Ear pieces for deaf people, Heart beat machines, dialysis machines, Satellites for Tv, Army, GPS etc

Take them down and most people will die. Tech is the boss, people just interact with it to get instructions on what to do, think about it :) Even a heart pacemaker is a machine that instructs the human heart on what to do, so 'it is the boss'. Stop it and the human is terminated, in basic terms

Out there, somewhere, there are a few machines cleanup up your water so you can drink it. If they stop, you can't drink that water anymore, or you can but you will most likely die, eventually

So, who's the boss then? We depend on machines for most things, we don't know how to do the same work by hand anymore