In this new story over at Zero Hedge that Steve Quayle linked to on his website on Wednesday they reported that China has unveiled a real-life and ominously named 'Sky Net' facial recognition system which can compare and analyze 3 billion faces per second for the 'safety and security' of the country. Able to identify 40 different facial features regardless of angles or lighting at a 99.8% accuracy rate, as Jim Harper of the Competitive Enterprise Institute says, "a system like this is obviously well-suited to controlling people".
As Bloomberg reports, while ‘Papers, please’ was the symbol of living under tyranny in the past, now government officials in China don’t even need to ask and as they also report, this new AI driven technology is already being used for tyrannical purposes as villagers are being 'fenced in' with the new tech notifying authorities when 'targets' leave their 'safe area'. As they also report,'safe areas' include the 'targets' place of business and home and when such a person moves more than 1,000 feet away from the safe area, authorities are automatically notified by the 'AI watchers' that are always watching.
With China's ever-watching 'Sky Net' sounding just like 'Big Brother' from George Orwell's 1984, every day we're getting more and more indications that we're quickly moving towards AI-tyranny and as we hear from Steve Quayle in the must-listen first video below in a recent appearance on the Hagmann Report, everything is now accelerating with AI being combined with transhumanism to forever change 'life as we know it' upon our planet Earth.
As PJ Media reported on March 27th in a story which the Drudge Report linked to, according to Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Christopher Wylie, facebook may also be listening in upon private conversations through people's smart phones and computer microphones. So if you really thought your 'private conversations' at home or work were 'private', there's a good chance you were wrong and that facebook's or somebody else's artificial intelligence may have been snooping in.
And now we learn in this recent story over at the Daily Mail that employers are using AI to determine whether a prospective future employee might be a 'good fit' or whether or not current employees like their boss with AI's responses actually being used to hire and fire people. Whatever happened to face to face human interaction or is that all a thing of the past?
And now we learn that microsoft itself will begin such a purge beginning on May 1st as their new terms and conditions recently released specifically state they will be banning 'offensive language' and using AI to monitor the private accounts of those who use microsoft services such as office, xbox, skype and many other products. From CBS Dallas Fort Worth:
CBS Local — Microsoft is cracking down on what people say while using their services online. According to a new services agreement written by the company, the tech giant is planning to ban accounts that use “offensive language” and will go through your private data to “investigate” users.
In a March 1 release, Microsoft is warning customers using Office, Xbox, Skype, and other products that the company is prohibiting offensive language and inappropriate content starting on May 1. “Don’t publicly display or use the Services to share inappropriate content or material (involving, for example, nudity, bestiality, pornography, offensive language, graphic violence, or criminal activity),”
Microsoft warns in a portion of their new codes of conduct. Microsoft also added that the company plans on “investigating” users who are accused of violating the new policy and will block content from being sent to other people. “When investigating alleged violations of these Terms, Microsoft reserves the right to review Your Content in order to resolve the issue,” the new policy states.
As that story also points out, 1st Amendment supporters are outraged by Microsoft's new terms and conditions and as one person pointed out, what is 'offensive language' to some, might not be to others.
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With artificial intelligence now being called 'the most important topic of the 21st century, as Steve Quayle tells us within this video, some of the most brilliant people in the world believe that transhumanism is one of the most dangerous processes now going on in our world today that some experts believe could lead to the destruction of humanity. And not surprisingly, the 'global elite', google and big government are investing billions in it.
They added this for good measure: "If you want to become a mindless remote controlled cyborg who can be switched off anytime your "handlers" deem they don't need you anymore", you should go along with their AI, transhumanist programs.
They also bring up the fact within their story that many who are going along with the 'transhumanism' craze believe that in so doing, they'll become "God-like", we see why it will actually bring about the complete opposite and great destruction.
I certainly do not agree that technology will make us "godlike". Just the opposite, it will make us "subhuman and technological garbage". If GOD would just be a computer in the universe, He would have created humanity as little chips and computer interfaces, instead GOD chose to give MAN free will. So we shall use our free will to break free from this technology Prison Planet and go back to interacting with each other as Human Beings.
As we hear in the 2nd and final video below titled "SCARIEST Things Said By Robots", when Wikipedia Edit Bots were being used on Wikipedia to edit stories, "the more they came into touch with each other, the more they went into combat". More proof that AI isn't all that it is being sold to the masses to be? Certainly more evidence that Steve Quayle's warnings to us should be heeded.
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