Back in January, Newsweek reported that scientists from the University of Cambridge's Centre for the Study of Existential Risk had created a modification to the classic strategy game "Civilization 5" which used a scenario in which "smarter-than-human A.I." is introduced into society. As the Newsweek story reported, the A.I. introduced soon thereafter 'takes over' and completely wipes out humanity.
While professor Stephen Hawking once warned that A.I. will be “either the best or the worst thing ever to happen to humanity”, the Newsweek story also reported: "Unfortunately, by the time we find out which, it may already be too late."
Then going on to discuss the video game simulation which offered us clues as to what we might expect in the future with the world rushing break-neck speed into what we cannot possibly fully understand, their story briefly explains why the globalists rush towards their perceived 'utopia' can lead instead to 'cataclysm'.
One outcome offers a dire prophecy of the demise of humanity, achieving the game’s aim of helping players better understand the existential threat posed by advanced artificial intelligence.
“Artificial intelligence can initially provide some benefits, and eventually can turn into superintelligence that brings mastery of science to its discoverer,” the researchers write in the add-on’s description.
“However, if too much artificial intelligence research goes uncontrolled, rogue superintelligence can destroy humanity and bring an instant loss of the game.”
In this scenario, a message appears in the game that reads: “A device for creating utopia on Earth has been discovered, and your civilization was not the one to discover it. Future generations will live in a perfect world, but someone else’s perfect world, as your civilization lies forgotten in the ancient books of history.”
While most people around the world are happy to allow artificial intelligence to creep into their lives as they believe it will make their lives 'easier', others such as Stephen Hawking and Elon Musk have warned they fear A.I. will instead lead to the destruction of the human race.
As the NY Post reported back on December 28th of 2017 in their story titled "5 terrifying stories that warn of an AI apocalypse", "the future of artificial intelligence could save humanity — or destroy it." And after outlining some of the advantages that A.I. is bringing to society, they then warn "but the civilization-destroying potential of AI makes it a greater threat than a savior."
Then outlining these 5 stories from 2017 that they suggested should have Americans ready to "prep for the AI apocalypse", should these facts they detail alarm us? They started off with this doozy:
1) Robots can pretend to be you.
In May, the Canadian startup Lyrebird unveiled their voice-copying technology.
The “Mission Impossible”-style program can learn and mimic your voice using just 60 seconds of you speaking.
Placed in the wrong hands — like those of an AI overlord — the tech could easily be used against someone, to convince them to go somewhere or scam them out of money or personal property.
2) A.I. can read our minds.
Scientists at Carnegie Mellon developed an AI that can anticipate and predict human thought.
The software was trained using fMRI brain scans, which observed the patterns of brain activity that create a thought and then predicted them by working in reverse.
“One of the big advances of the human brain was the ability to combine individual concepts into complex thoughts,” Marcel Just, the project’s lead researcher, told BGR. “To think not just of ‘bananas,’ but ‘I like to eat bananas in the evening with my friends.’ We have finally developed a way to see thoughts of that complexity in the fMRI signal.”
Once the robots know what we’re thinking — they’ll know how to defeat us.
3) A.I. can MASTER anything.
What can take humans a lifetime can take AI a day.
In December, Google announced that their AlphaZero AI only took four hours to develop a “superhuman performance” in chess.
The AI is the culmination of years of research that began with a different AI program learning and mastering the Chinese board game Go. Except that AI learned Go through watching humans play — while AlphaZero mastered chess by teaching itself.
“I always wondered how it would be if a superior species landed on Earth and showed us how they played chess,” Peter Heine Nielsen, a chess grandmaster, told the BBC. “Now I know.”
4) A.I. can 'breed'. (Yes, you read that correctly!)
One of Google’s supercomputers created its own “AI child” that proved more advanced than anything humans have ever engineered.
The AI, named NASNet, becomes smarter through “reinforcement learning.” NASNet repeats tasks thousands of times and reports the effort back to its parent AI.
Currently, the young AI can watch videos and recognize cars and people. NASNet is 82.7 percent accurate at predicting images, meaning it’s “outperformed all other computer vision systems,” according to Futurism.
5) Elon Musk is convinced we're doomed.
The Tesla and SpaceX founder has been relentless in warning humanity that we’re definitely screwed.
Musk normally takes to Twitter to express his opinions. In September, he said AI will probably cause World War III, tweeting “Competition for AI superiority at national level most likely cause of WW3.” After a new study in June claimed that AI will overtake humans by 2060, Musk tweeted that it will probably be “closer to 2030 or 2040.”
And in July, while speaking at the National Governors Association Summer Meeting in Rhode Island, Musk stressed that AI poses the biggest threat to civilization. “I keep sounding the alarm bell,” he said, “but until people see robots going down the street killing people, they don’t know how to react, because it seems so ethereal.”
According to speaker Linda Moulton Howe as heard in the eye-opening only video just below, while the mainstream media will never admit it, a takeover of humanity by artificially intelligent robots linked to 'alien technology' is happening right now upon our planet. With much of what we're now shown as 'emerging technologies' actually far behind what the 'gatekeepers' really know, could 'artificial intelligence' somehow be tied to 'alien technology' due to what Linda and others have claimed has been aliens visiting our planet Earth since as far back as 1947, if not hundreds or even thousands of years before then?
We've long believed that much of what is 'reality' is completely classified and covered up, and in a near-future story on ANP, we'll be taking a look at "How President Trump Can Red Pill America" by declassifying certain things, so can we completely dismiss the argument being made by Linda that artificial intelligence is partially 'alien technology'?
Others believe alien technologies have been around for a very long time and in fact, may have been used by the globalists to 'create' global leaders such as British Prime Minister Theresa May, French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel (none of whom have their own children as even the Washington Post reported back in 2017!) Might those 'created in labs' be unable to produce their own offspring? As the Post story pointed out, President Trump has more children than ALL of the other leaders of the G-7 combined!
And while the thought of 'cloned' global leaders might sound crazy to some, and we certainly wouldn't bet our last dollar on the chance that theory is correct, the Nazi's were experimenting with cloning at least as far back as the 1940's with even the NY Post publishing this 2009 story titled "Village Of The Cloned" referencing Josef Mengele's work.
And with China now producing gene-edited babies and cloned monkeys, can anybody prove that such technologies now being openly used haven't actually been around for a very, very long time, and possibly 'alien' as original source? We'd love to see POTUS declassify UFO documents and anything else related to long hidden technologies, such as Nikola Tesla's work.
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