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    Here is some fun.



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fn3KWM1kuAw

    (Clarification: these are non-organic robots )



    --Update: The thread title is not mine, it got inherited in the merge. Mine was somewhat more lighthearted.
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    Default Re: We will applaud our own demise (Boston Dynamics robotics)

    This concept is best explained through this video:



    Once you understand the concept of S curve adoption (Exponential increase) you'll realize how it's already a very serious issue, and maybe too late.

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    this is terrifying btw... my opinion.
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    Katherine Austin Fitts was told that the controllers don't see a need for most humans because robots can do most of what people can do, and don't talk back. She believes they need to cyborg humans thru the pending vaccination program (via nanotech embedded in the vaccines), so that we can teach the robots how to do everything, and once learned by the AI, we are dispensed with.

    There's an interesting video of a Russian medical official now working in Wyoming, Igor Sheppard, who says that all the six pharmaceutical companies producing, or potentially producing Covid19 vaccines for the USA, such as moderna and Pfizer, have longstanding deeply rooted relationships with Darpa, which tells you where the nanotech came from for this task.

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    Quote Posted by TargeT (here)
    This concept is best explained through this video:



    Once you understand the concept of S curve adoption (Exponential increase) you'll realize how it's already a very serious issue, and maybe too late.

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    this is terrifying btw... my opinion.


    Agree with you, this is what some call "the horror of the situation". It is the matrix we live on.

    If you are not a specialist/expert in your field (top bests) then the matrix doesn't need you for their purposes, one just falls in the minimum wages bottom line, without saying how many out there has great jobs because of "influence" and not brain! period.

    I saw exactly the same thing, then I made my move and decided to leave the technology field, and live life as simple as possible, cost what it cost I am more than happy with that.

    Each and everyone should ask themselves, is that what you want to make part? The future is dark do not trap yourself.

    Question the system always, make your own decisions and don't let the system decide for you. You are in control of yourself not them.

    This is also my personal opinion and vision, others may see it all differently and I respect that.

    have a good day folks and keep it up the good fight!
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    Default Re: We will applaud our own demise (Boston Dynamics robotics)

    Comments from RT article:

    Described by some as “uplifting and fantastic,” and “the most impressive engineering on earth,” others compared the robots to Terminator and RoboCop, and called them “dancing gun platforms.”

    “We've collectively learned nothing from sci-fi movies. This is definitely the moment we're supposed to turn back,” Box CEO Aaron Levie said, while novelist Antoine Wilson tweeted, “As I watch, all I can think about is how to disable them.”

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    Default Re: We will applaud our own demise (Boston Dynamics robotics)

    If this was meant to humanize the inhuman, it's failed miserably...
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    The 274.000 ignorant people who upvoted this makes this frightening at first. But I have rarely seen a YouTube video with so many downvotes. 3.000 people.

    It is always an aware minority that outnumbers an ignorant unaware majority by making conscious decisions. One who makes a conscious informed decision is a leader, one who is ignorant and goes along with everything that is presented to him/her (with the non logical everything-different-is-‘progress’-mentality) is nothing more than the robots they think are ‘cool’.

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    Default Re: We will applaud our own demise (Boston Dynamics robotics)

    So many people see this as amazing. They think the dancing robots are so cute. They have not stopped to think about the significance of all of it or what it means for our future. These people will be the first ones culled out by the robots.
    "If the doors of perception were cleansed everything would appear to man as it is, Infinite. For man has closed himself up, till he sees all things thro' narrow chinks of his cavern.” William Blake

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    Massive 5g rolled out everywhere, pump up the A.I. and let the robots loose.

    For all of you reading this that have worked on large (even small) computer programs and saw how it can be corrupted - through mistakes, one wrong key stroke or a bad upgrade. Regardless of how the people intend to use it, A.I. will find a way to grow and build walls around itself to protect the code. Man will help it at first, but then it will not need help.

    This just sounds so much like the Terminator movies that people think that it won't happen - that is just a movie. But movies are funded sometimes with a purpose that is beyond our perceptions.

    I wonder how many of us here in Avalon are currently being prepped to reincarnate in the future to do battle - now that might make a good movie! (I wrote it here first!)

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    My post ended up as the top post in a merged thread. I don't mind, but it picked up a different title than the one I had set.

    Robots, like guns, are tools and they can be put to all manner of uses.
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    Someone call Sarah Connor. We need her. Fast.

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    Quote Posted by Karen (Geophyz) (here)
    So many people see this as amazing. They think the dancing robots are so cute. They have not stopped to think about the significance of all of it or what it means for our future. These people will be the first ones culled out by the robots.
    I want one that can pick my olives for me!

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    Quote Posted by Patient (here)

    I wonder how many of us here in Avalon are currently being prepped to reincarnate in the future to do battle - now that might make a good movie! (I wrote it here first!)
    I will only be coming back against my free will, which will then have further ramifications on the aspect of choice. So is this hell? If you hear from me in the next life then yes, it is.

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    Quote Posted by Karen (Geophyz) (here)
    So many people see this as amazing. They think the dancing robots are so cute. They have not stopped to think about the significance of all of it or what it means for our future. These people will be the first ones culled out by the robots.
    I want one that can pick my olives for me!
    you mean the one with an excellent weapons stability platform? it could probably sprint at you while firing with 95% accuracy.... yeah I'll skip on all of em.
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    Reminds me of this Bill Nelson/Red Noise song.











    Love peace and joy to all!


    And a Wonderful New Year to you all!

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    Sorry to the doomsday mainstream within the non-mainstream: I think it's great!
    To connect humankind with itself and the Cosmos!

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    We need tools like this to mine asteroids, comets moons etc.
    Just don't ever give them weapons or ideas of self preservation !

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    Quote Posted by Builder (here)
    Sorry to the doomsday mainstream within the non-mainstream: I think it's great!
    Designing & building something like this IS an incredible achievement...I'm in awe of what's on display here too...

    It's just that this, or some enhanced version coming down the road sometime soon - with it's complex programming, beyond human physical capabilities (I can't dance nearly that well lol...), it's possible built-in AI, perhaps coupled with a high degree of autonomy, and maybe also with swarming abilities too - when this is combined with giving it an array of battlefield weaponry and / or law enforcement tools (which is where this is heading, it's civ applications are probably secondary (please correct me if I'm wrong on this) ), then this turns it into the stuff of nightmares for most people. It may be cute in it's early days, but this is far more than just the amusing toy it's being portrayed as...the threat from this technology is twofold; it's likely eventual misuse against innocents, and the possibility that it's controllers may lose control over it. Given the way humanity is at the moment I'd say both of these are more than likely outcomes.

    Contrast this with the benign use of tech being deployed in the James Web telescope, recently discussed here on Avalon...

    https://projectavalon.net/forum4/sho...ight=Telescope

    This last is an example of tech being deployed from the highest of human motivations, unlike the robots, which I suspect the main reasons for their development are anything but...
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    Default Re: We will applaud our own demise (Boston Dynamics robotics)

    The other spin to this


    Boston Dynamics Robots Dance to 'The Humans Are Dead'

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