Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a remarkably exciting subject that people like Bill Gates and Elon Musk like to claim has the potential to kill all of us (if vaccines do not take us out first).
I must be honest with readers; I am not a computer savvy guy, and my understanding of computer programming is rudimentary at best. Although I might lack the technical knowledge of computer programming, I have a keen nose when it comes to sniffing out BS about amazing technologies that are supposedly being developed or have previously been developed and are mysteriously being kept hidden under lock and key.
I recently listened to an interview with Elon Musk, and he basically said in a nutshell, that the AI programs currently in existence are learning at such a rapid speed, the programmers do not know how to stop the learning process once it begins. He also alluded to the idea that eventually AI would become so dangerously intelligent, machinery might possibly take over the world. Musk thinks AI is more dangerous than nuclear weapons. He might be completely accurate when making that claim, as I will explain later in this post.
There are others out there also claiming similar scenarios — that AI programs are going to be the ruination of humanity. Is this scenario possible? Can computers and their related programs perform cognitive functions like a human brain? Are they capable of becoming smarter than their programmers? In other words, can computer programs perform the same functions exhibited by the human mind — functions that involve neurological precision and can ultimately lead to the creation of memories, sensory perception, imagery awareness, thinking, and finally, a capacity for judgment?
I believe AI is something that has been fleshed out in our minds through the science fiction plots we encounter on Netflix and other movie platforms. The idea that there is going to be some technological apocalypse in the future is more Hollywood propaganda than anything else, in my opinion.
AI is something that Musk, Gates, and others are trying to sell as an imaginary technology of the future that needs to be feared. It is pure fantasy and anchored more in human imagination than any real-world technology.
I believe that machines with sophisticated computer programs can be “taught” to learn specific patterns and, under the supervision of its designers and within the construct of its program, might be able to consistently simulate what appears to be a rudimentary form of learning. But I must believe that the learning curve of machines will always be dependent on the intelligence of its human programmers.
Anyone who pretends computers are intelligent and will be able to learn like the human mind obviously has no idea what intelligence really is or what requirements are necessary for intelligence to be expressed through the parameters of physical, living beings.
If Bill Gates is telling me that I should fear AI, I am not worried in the least about the technology becoming a threat to humanity. Remember, this is the same con-artist who is trying to convince seven and a half billion people to take a toxic Covid-19 vaccine.
As far as Elon Musk is concerned, I have strong suspicions that he, like Gates, and many other technocrats, is a frontman for the controlling powers. The give away for me is his rise and prominence within the aerospace industry. SpaceX is being touted as the next fantastic aerospace company. The private sector is now performing the fakery NASA did priorly.
SpaceX will take us back to the Moon and then onto Mars in the future. Sure, it will, just as NASA took astronauts to the Moon with Apollo over fifty years ago in spacecraft that were bolted together like garbage dumpsters. The Apollo missions magically made it through the Van Allen Belts five decades ago, and then our space agency lost the plans and schematics to those technologies.
We are supposed to believe that NASA lost the blueprints and knowledge to get through the Van Allen Belts and to the Moon. NASA claims they have had to start from scratch. That is why we have never had deep space missions again after Apollo. That is why our space agency commenced the Space Shuttle program; they wanted to figure out a way to get humans through the Thermosphere and the Van Allen Belts.
So, now Elon Musk and SpaceX are charged with doing what NASA has never done, in my opinion. Call me crazy, call me a conspiracy theorist, I am convinced that we never went to the Moon with Apollo. It is one of those amazing technologies that we allegedly mastered long ago and have not been able to replicate in quite a while.
At this point, cognitive dissonance floods the brains of most people. They cannot handle the idea that astronauts did not go to the Moon. “But why would they lie to us about going to the moon?” a good friend of mine recently asked me. I explained, “The same reason they lie to us about the existence of nuclear weapons and the coronavirus; it gives the controlling powers plenty of leverage and control over certain sovereign territories and the general population.”
When Elon Musk states that he believes AI is more dangerous than nuclear weapons, I believe he is being honest. I do not think the nukes are real. It is just another one of those technologies that were allegedly showcased long ago and never heard from again. I will not go into all the details about the nuclear weapons hoax in this post because I have an entire page dedicated to the subject on NoFakeNews.
If the US Government has given Elon Musk and SpaceX their blessing to take over and run the rocket launches that will escort American astronauts to the ISS, then he knows the profound, dark, secret that Apollo never took a man to the Moon. The US government would have had to be honest with him, letting his aerospace company know what they are ultimately up against.
If Elon Musk were not a frontman for the US Government, his company would not have been chosen to be the outfit shooting rockets off from Florida’s space coast.
AI, aerospace, nuclear, and medical technologies are not what they appear to be. It is going to be hard for people to grab hold of all this, and perhaps this is where some folks will get off the merry-go-round.
We are living in the Matrix, my friends, and once you swallow the red pill and see the world for what it is, there is absolutely no way to unsee what has been revealed.