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The Threat of Artificial Intelligence

Tech industry develops AI consciousness-reading technology capable of measuring citizen loyalty to government

Chinese researchers claim to have developed new artificial intelligence (AI) technology capable of “consciousness-reading.” The Sunday Times (United Kingdom) first reported on the strange and concerning technology, which will supposedly be used to measure citizens’ loyalty to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Like many other…
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U.S. Army’s Augmented Reality Headset Program “a potentially multibillion-dollar production deal with Microsoft”

Research has indicated that wearing Virtual Reality (VR) headsets can cause behavioral changes, balance issues, cognitive problems, eye problems (soreness, vision changes), headaches, and other discomforts. In fact, last summer Facebook recalled millions of VR face liners due to skin irritation complaints. Nevertheless, VR, AR (Augmented…
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The nanobot evolution

Nanotechnology is Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) and it is the official science. Why artificial intelligence over natural intelligence? A nanobot evolution is a silent war against human evolution. In a silent war, legions of troops are unnecessary. Bombs are useless. Human submission occurs at the nanoscopic level on the biological…
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Study: People with Machiavellian tendencies are in favor of transhumanism / conscience uploading technology

“This technology is coming and it could be the disaster of the century” – Michael Laakasuo of the University of Helsinki, The Moralities of Intelligent Machines research group. Where do you stand on the concept of conscience uploading? If you’re in support of the idea, there’s a good chance you could have a Machiavellian personality, a…
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Nobel Winner: Artificial intelligence will crush humans, “It’s not even close”

It’s common knowledge, at this point, that artificial intelligence will soon be capable of outworking humans – if not entirely outmoding them – in plenty of areas. How much we’ll be outworked and outmoded, and on what scale, is still up for debate. But in an interview published by The Guardian, Nobel Prize winner Daniel Kahneman…
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