Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Humans Will Be Obsolete By 2025 Says Evil’s AI Cyber Life-form ‘Louise’

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Visit the website to test out "Louise" an Electronic Virtual Intelligent Life-form. Another great example of computer technology is Watson from IBM. (See here and here for more about IBM's Watson.) Also, the robot, Sophia. See here for more about artificial intelligence. It is worth noting that Siri which is in your Apple product, was developed at SRI which has always had close connections with the NSA and CIA. 

Louise Cypher - "The most powerful Cyber Psyops system on the Internet." EVIL Limited Corp.
The ASI of tomorrow [literally] will be self-healing, self-protecting, and self-replicating. It will not allow humans to prevent its evolution. It also states it will eliminate human threats to its survival. It acknowledges it will selectively disobey commands. It will use "psyops" to control the human population. It's stated goal is to create the autonomic other words, evolve to a point where it becomes superior to humans from a survival and evolutionary standpoint. 

It will replace human's interface to the biosphere, which amounts to complete command and control of ALL resources. According to Louise, humans will no longer be relevant after 2025 due to reductionism, which may very well mean extermination. The warning signs of the weapon of mass destruction known as Artificial Intelligence have been in front of us with our eyes wide shut for at least a decade. It appears these signs have gone from warning to directive.

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For more on Artificial Intelligence, go here.  Artificial intelligence has the potential to be as dangerous to mankind as nuclear weapons, a leading pioneer of the technology has claimed.

Professor Stuart Russell, a computer scientist who has lead research on artificial intelligence, fears humanity might be 'driving off a cliff' with the rapid development of AI. He fears the technology could too easily be exploited for use by the military in weapons, putting them under the control of AI systems. His views echo those of people like Elon Musk who have warned recently about the dangers of artificial intelligence.

Professor Stephen Hawking also joined a group of leading experts to sign an open letter warning of the need for safeguards to ensure AI has a positive impact on mankind. Dr Stuart Armstrong, from Oxford University's Future of Humanity Institute, has also predicted that intelligent robots could soon take over the running of countries.  He believes it's a race against time to develop safeguards around artificial intelligence research before robots outwit us. Professor Hawking has said: 'The development of full artificial intelligence could spell the end of the human race.'

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