When this gets amplified on a level of millions of people conducting searches each day, it brings the negative news to the forefront. People are drawn to the shocking news, it gets traction, more people search for it and then it reaches more people than it should have.
In the battle against fake news, the bots may be winning
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If we don’t get a mod or admin to show up and actually start doing stuff, the bots will take over. I’m at a loss as to what to do anymore. I’ve tried reaching out here, from the web site, and facebook. No reply. Twitter is a lost cause because no one has been there in 3 years.
For more information regarding cell phone radiation and the portiental harmful risks of 5G technology microwaves, I’ve attached a more recent, thorough and longer presentation regarding the matter and a NY home owner that expresses her valid concerns about the 5G equipment that was recently installed just outside her home.
Also, please know that the individual that is incharge of the FCC came from within the high executive level of the wireless technology industry. In my opinion, he’s extremely bios in pushing this type of technology down throats of America, but who am I to say. Check it out for yourself and do your own research if interested.
More and more information is slowly coming out for the public from the private sectors of science and health communities, making some of us commoners more aware to perhaps make a better and more informed decision with regards to our environment that we currently live in today. Thanks!
With the U.S. Army’s announcement that it’s developing drones that can spot and target vehicles and people using artificial intelligence, the prospect of machines deciding who to kill is no longer a storyline from science fiction but soon to be a reality. Currently, drones are controlled and piloted by humans who ultimately have the final decisions about where a bomb is dropped, or a missile is fired. The international humanitarian law allows “dual-use facilities,” those that create products for civil and military use, to be attacked. When drones enter combat, would tech companies and employees be considered fair targets? A key feature of autonomous systems is that they get better over time based on the data and performance feedback it receives. Is it plausible that as autonomous drone technology gets refined, we will need to determine an acceptable stage of self-development to avoid creating a killing machine?
Remember, what makes AI, AI, is autonomy, the ability to write its own code
Guys, this is all borderline conspiracy stuff. Everyone on this forum will be long gone before any inkling of dangerous AI will exist. And who’s to say if it’ll ever get to that point before humans destroy themselves or a meteor/super volcano kills us all.