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February 21, 2019

As 'Antichrist Technologies' Are Unveiled At An Alarming Rate, Imagine What They'll Be Able To Accomplish Combining 'Deep Fake' A.I. With Voice-To-Skull Tech! 

- The Possibilities To Control Us With These New Technologies Are Endless

By Stefan Stanford - All News Pipeline - Live Free Or Die

While tens of millions of 'plugged in' Americans are thrilled with the rapid advancement we're now witnessing in the realms of artificial intelligence, this February 19th story over at Science Alert should give pause to even the biggest A.I. proponents with the admission that Elon Musk linked scientists have created an advanced artificial intelligence so dangerous, they will not release it to the public.

And while you might be thinking that sounds like they've created a terminator-style robot, the 'too-dangerous-to-release' A.I. they speak of is nothing like that at all but a new synthetic text generating system that researchers say is so advanced and convincing, it could be used to not only create 'fake news' but also be used to impersonate real people on social media, allowing those controlling the A.I. to abuse or trick people into possibly dangerous actions, leading others astray.

As Mikail Thalen over at the Daily Dot reported just days ago, another new website that uses A.I. is endlessly generating images of people who do not exist. The website called "thispersondoesnotexist.com" puts out a new non-existent person's photograph every 2 seconds and as Susan Duclos mentioned to me upon looking at some of the images, this stuff is creepy.

With 86,400 seconds in 1 day, this tech is rolling out 43,200 images of 'fake people' daily. At 43,200 images of 'fake people' daily, this website will put out over 15 million images of 'fake people' every year. In the 2nd video at the bottom of this story, the videographer takes a look at some of the images of 'fake people' they saw while online...a fetch of 1,000 of them. In the 1st video below, RT takes a look at the website that is churning out thousands of fake people daily asking, what could go wrong? 

While the photographs below might look like real people, none of them are with each image generated by artificial intelligence to look like a real person and as the Daily Dot story reports, the techniques used to create these images are similar to those used creating 'deepfakes', videos in which a person’s face can be superimposed onto the body of another.

Technologies have even been developed to fake a person’s voice, making it sound as if they said something they never actually did.

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And while we think that censorship in 2019 is bad, as the Washington Post (via the Wayback Machine) reported in this February 8th story, we haven't seen anything yet. "The new censors won't delete your words" the Post's story chimed out of this new technology, "they'll drown them out" they proudly sang, as if the gatekeepers had suddenly found a new way to steal back the narrative they have lost via using this technology against the masses in the days ahead.

Their story immediately opened with a look at George Orwell's "1984" and the 'memory holing' censorship techniques used within that novel while reporting that censorship in 2019 has gone far beyond that thanks to 'big tech'. The Post story also  warned that the 1st Amendment in the US has already been bascially covertly overturned, not by traditional censorship means, but by the ability of government to drown out the voices of anybody they disagree with via their technologies.

And imagine what could be accomplished by combining these new A.I. technologies, that can not only create life-like human faces but also speech, with voice to skull technology (V2K), technology that MIT scientists have confirmed they have that allows them to beam voices into people's heads as Vicki Batte reported back on February 6th in this Natural News story.

And what we're seeing now is virtually only the tip of the iceberg. As Steve Quayle has long warned, the technologies being unveiled today are likely far behind the technologies that have actually already been developed but not yet allowed into the world. Steve warns us that these 'virtual identities' and photos and 'deepfake videos' pose one of the greatest threats to life ever conceived ("technology developed in the cauldrons of hell" Steve adds).

Steve has also long called A.I. 'anti-Christ technology' and as he warns us, imagine a completely fabricated existence to the very most minute detail, with no way for us to tell if its real or not. Even if looking very closely, can you tell that the photographs above are 'fake people' rather than very real, God-created flesh and blood? It's hard to. From Steve.: 

"Substitute reality, mind reading and mind control and all sensory imaging fake and you get the picture. Remember Barack Obama once said of Benghazi: "Who are you going to believe, me or your lying eyes?" Now they will make sure everything we see and hear are lies not to mention thoughts they broadcast into our heads."    

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As Tech Zim reported earlier in January, A.I. can have a dark side too and while we've discussed many of the dark sides of A.I. on ANP, the study we've embedded in full at the bottom of this story takes a look at why such A.I. endangers not only our privacy but also our national security. Their introduction.:

Harmful lies are nothing new. But the ability to distort reality has taken an exponential leap forward with “deep fake” technology. This capability makes it possible to create audio and video of real people saying and doing things they never said or did.

Machine learning techniques are escalating the technology’s sophistication, making deep fakes ever more realistic and increasingly resistant to detection. Deep-fake technology has characteristics that enable rapid and widespread diffusion, putting it into the hands of both sophisticated and unsophisticated actors. While deep-fake technology will bring with it certain benefits, it also will introduce many harms. The marketplace of ideas already suffers from truth decay as our networked information environment interacts in toxic ways with our cognitive biases.

Deep fakes will exacerbate this problem significantly. Individuals and businesses will face novel forms of exploitation, intimidation, and personal sabotage. The risks to our democracy and to national security are profound as well. Our aim is to provide the first in-depth assessment of the causes and consequences of this disruptive technological change, and to explore the existing and potential tools for responding to it. We survey a broad array of responses, including: the role of technological solutions; criminal penalties, civil liability, and regulatory action; military and covert-action responses; economic sanctions; and market developments. We cover the waterfront from immunities to immutable authentication trails, offering recommendations to improve law and policy and anticipating the pitfalls embedded in various solutions.

And while they say they won't officially release this tech to the public, as this new story from Justus Knight asks, has it really been released already? With what the gatekeepers are showing us of new technologies often light years behind what has really been developed by institutes such as DARPA, how long will it be until the masses no longer see reality? Many might argue we're already there and remember, former CIA Director William Casey long ago said "We'll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false".

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In this new story over at Biometric Update they report that the new deepfake technologies we're now witnessing being unveiled across the world are another sign that the world has entered a new A.I. arms race and as ARS Technica reported within this February 15th story, with A.I. researchers scared by their own work and holding it back from the public due to the havoc it could cause, we may be much closer to the 'A.I. apocalypse' than anyone knows or wants to admit.  

Justus Knight takes a look at this new 'chameleon A.I.' that is terrifying its own makers in the 3rd video below while the final video below takes a look at V2K technologies and the potential havoc that they could unleash across our society which largely already believes the fake news coming at them from the mainstream media. What happens when voices start getting beamed into their heads?  

And a very interesting point that we have to bring up here with the unveiling of 5G across America is a report that patented voice to skull technologies are now being embedded in 5G tech. With 5G being unveiled nationwide to help run the 'internet of things', allowing our machines to communicate with each other and the internet at large, will it also be used for mind control asked this column over at Steemit? With 'antichrist technologies' being unveiled at alarming speeds across America and the 'gatekeepers' doing everything in their power to keep the masses dumbed down, the war upon humanity has gone high tech. 








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