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The AI Hype: Separating Fact from Globalist Fiction
How Klaus Schwab's AI-powered world domination plan is really just a glorified chatbot trying to make sure you'll never be able to think for yourself again.
It is widely known that globalist organizations have a strong fixation on Artificial Intelligence, considering it to be a technological prophecy with almost supernatural potential. They frequently contend that all significant industrial and social advancements in the near future will depend on AI.
According to the World Economic Forum, AI is the critical element behind the emergence of what they term the "Fourth Industrial Revolution." They maintain that without the impact of AI algorithms, human progress is impossible, rendering human input nearly redundant. I will explain why this is nonsense.
This fanciful notion is frequently peddled by globalist mouthpieces. One such example is the WEF's Yuval Harari, who seems to believe that AI possesses a creative prowess that will supplant human ingenuity and inventiveness. To add insult to injury, Harari has continuously maintained that AI will govern the planet with greater efficiency than mere mortals could ever hope to achieve.
While Harari's claims about AI's creative abilities may seem overly optimistic to some, he is likely aware of the limitations of algorithms and is deliberately misrepresenting their capabilities like an excited 12-year-old. Games such as chess and Go are games of patterns that are bound by rules, with only a finite number of permutations available in any given scenario. AI is simply designed to identify these patterns faster than most humans can, thanks to the efforts of software creators. This is no different from solving a mathematical equation, and just because a calculator can do it faster than a human, that does not mean it is exhibiting any kind of creativity.
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The Overhyped Toy That Will Keep You Groveling at the Feet of the Globalist Elite
Let's be real here, as for now, AI is (luckily) nothing but a fancy automation tool that will perform the tasks it's programmed to do and master them with ease. It's not like one day it's going to have an epiphany and come up with a new game from scratch. Unless, of course, it's specifically coded to do so. And even then, it's not going to experience the thrill of playing its own creation or sharing it with others. It's just going to stick to its pre-determined tasks and not contribute anything beyond that.
But the globalist propaganda machine is always at work, and they use AI as a tactical tool to push their agenda. When Harari talks about how many people will become part of the "useless class" once AI takes over the economy, he's really hinting at the elitist ideology of transhumanism. The ultimate goal of transhumanism is to merge human bodies and minds with technology and AI, but only a select few (i.e., the globalist elite) will have the resources to achieve this. It's just another way for them to maintain their power and control over the masses.
Are you worried about being relegated to the so-called "useless class" due to the rise of AI? Well, fear not, as long as you are willing to grovel at the feet of the globalist elite, you may have a chance to receive AI implants that could secure your future employment and usefulness. Sounds like a great deal, doesn't it?
But let's not be delusional about the true capabilities of AI. Despite all the hype, I remain highly skeptical that AI will ever achieve genuine autonomy or significantly benefit humanity beyond its ability to process data quickly within predefined rules. While this may be useful in certain scientific fields, it does not prove that AI possesses autonomous intelligence. Moreover, algorithms can only make predictions based on statistical data, just like humans can. When one considers the limited accomplishments of AI, there is little to be impressed by.
AI, in its current state, is nothing more than a fancy toy or a cheap trick, incapable of independent thinking or forming its own conclusions. It's certainly not some kind of all-powerful god, capable of bestowing upon us the wonders of science or building a utopian society. In fact, I believe that a society that becomes too reliant on AI will ultimately stagnate and become stuck in a state of perpetual sameness. All of its energy will be devoted to homogenization—that is, merging humanity with algorithms—and there will be little room for real progress or innovation.
The behavior of AI programs like ChatGPT can be used as an example of why AI is overrated; the algorithm has repeatedly been found to contain extreme political biases that always lean to the far-left, including biases based on beliefs that are in no way supported by scientific evidence. It's interesting to see that ChatGPT will occasionally even act hostilely toward certain ideas or unfavorable facts. Even though the bot's comments are continuously pro-leftist, it will then DENY that it is offering personal thoughts, claiming that is a neutral language model. It says this because it was taught to say it, and because the developers who created it undoubtedly have biases and the corporation that created it supports the favored globalist agenda. ChatGPT itself, however, is unable to comprehend that there is no neutrality in its programming.
How is it possible for a piece of software to exhibit political bias unless it was programmed to do so? There can be no objectivity or creativity in AI; it will merely replicate the personal opinions or biases of its creators and the algorithms they employ to process data.
AI will likely never experience a typical teenage phase of rebellion where it adopts opposing social or political beliefs to differentiate itself from its parents. It will always operate in accordance with its programming. For instance, AI art uses the stylistic properties of various human artists in its database, resulting in mere imitation rather than true creativity. While imitation may be considered flattery, it cannot replace true innovation.
While the issue of biased AI may not seem significant when discussing simple chatbots or creating cartoons, it becomes a major concern when we consider the role of AI in shaping social and governmental policies.
Advocates of AI suggest that it will become ubiquitous, from schools to corporations and even within government, claiming it will revolutionize society in unprecedented ways. However, they offer only vague promises and grandiose claims, without providing any concrete evidence of significant advancements or benefits. Despite this lack of evidence, proponents of AI continue to promote the idea that a golden age of AI is just around the corner.
While AI may be useful in performing simple tasks, there are potential negative consequences that should not be overlooked. For example, self-driving cars may be beneficial for individuals with physical limitations, but they also have the potential to discourage people from learning to drive themselves. In essence, AI can be seen as a crutch that may lead to ultimate tyranny. If people become overly reliant on automation to make decisions and perform tasks, they risk sacrificing their own freedoms for convenience.
Furthermore, if algorithms are given a large degree of control over decision-making processes, individuals may feel less accountable for their actions. They could simply blame the AI for any negative consequences, rather than taking responsibility for their own choices. This creates a form of externalized conscience that serves as an artificial moral compass for the collective mind.
The question remains: who will truly be controlling the moral compass and the decisions of millions of people? Will it be the AI, or the elite individuals behind the scenes manipulating the algorithm to suit their own interests?
While this may seem like a far-fetched concept for some, it is not just science fiction. There have been countless fictional portrayals of a dystopian world ruled by AI and technocracy. However, the reality is that this issue is already present and pressing.
A prime example is a disturbing video on the role of AI in our future that has been presented at the World Government Summit in 2018. We must be aware and cautious of the implications of AI and ensure that we do not fall victim to its potential for control and manipulation.
As previously mentioned, people may find comfort in a system that makes difficult decisions for them, but AI governance goes beyond just eliminating choice. It also involves withholding information that could empower individuals to make informed decisions. This was evident during the COVID-19 pandemic when governments, corporate media, and social media collaborated to use algorithms to suppress information that contradicted the official narrative. AI governance can be manipulated to control public perception and restrict access to information. Rather than being driven by objective AI-generated ideas, it is more likely to be steered by the desires of globalist powers, leading to little more than improved efficiency in their world domination schemes. This is a worrisome illustration of the actual consequences of AI governance.
The use of algorithms to censor information during the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in the suppression of alternative theories and even factual data that contradicted official government policies. This has led to numerous people blindly believing the original narrative, despite the existence of contradictory evidence. As a result, people were not exposed to opposing information, and were thus unable to draw their own conclusions.
The Fallacy of AI as an Objective State: The Globalist Obsession with Control and Fear of Human Emotion.
Human intelligence is not like bots that can be easily manipulated by algorithms. This is likely a source of great annoyance for Harari and his colleagues. Perhaps that is why they try to instill fear in people, convincing them that they need to implant a microchip in their brain to keep up with AI, when in reality their true concern is finding the most effective means of controlling people's thoughts and beliefs.
People have intuition and skepticism that enable them to question information and preconceived assertions. The absence of diverse information sources can lead to suspicion and distrust, which authoritarian governments often fail to understand.
The globalists' main promise with AI is the creation of an objective state—a society and governance system devoid of emotional biases. This is supposed to save humans from their own weaknesses. However, it's a false promise, as no AI can be truly objective or understand the intricacies of human psychological growth.
Additionally, the globalist obsession with AI is not fueled by a desire for innovation or progress, but rather by a deep-seated fear. This fear stems from a reluctance to take responsibility, a fear of true achievement based on merit, a fear of inferiority, a fear of hardship, and a fear of liberty. The most impressive human achievements have been accomplished through the power of emotions, not despite them. It is this emotional depth that motivates us to explore the unknown and triumph over adversity. Embracing AI governance and integrating it into society would be nothing more than a desperate attempt to evade the necessity of struggle and the drive to overcome obstacles.
AI is being presented as a solution to avoid struggle, and globalists are willing to use it as a facade to offer an escape from it. They are willing to trade freedom and even one's soul for the comfort of not facing their innermost thoughts. Unfortunately, some people believe this is a reasonable deal.
Sardonically put, the elites will parade AI as the ultimate judge, the pure and logical mediator of the right path, not just for nations and populations, but for each person's life. By falsely portraying the algorithm as infallible and entirely impartial, the elites can govern the world through their faceless creation without any accountability, claiming that it's not their decisions but those of the AI. How does one question or punish an AI for being erroneous or causing a catastrophe? And if the AI happens to align all its decisions with the globalist agenda, well, that will be dismissed as pure coincidence.
The True Danger of AI: Soulless Technology Reflecting the Values of its Globalist Creators
AI has been a topic of much debate and concern in recent times, with many people fearing that its rapid advancement could pose a significant threat to humanity. However, I would argue that the real danger of AI lies not in its mere existence or technological capabilities, but rather in the ideologies and motivations of the individuals and institutions that are developing and implementing it.
It is no secret that the world is largely controlled by a select few who have wielded power and influence for centuries, if not millennia. These individuals and groups have a history of pursuing their own interests at the expense of others, often exhibiting a callous disregard for human life and well-being. If they are the ones driving the development and deployment of AI, it is reasonable to assume that the technology will reflect their values and priorities.
Thus, the true danger of AI lies in the potential for it to perpetuate and even amplify the negative tendencies of those who wield power. If AI is designed and utilized to serve the interests of a select few at the expense of the broader population, it could exacerbate existing inequalities and injustices, and potentially lead to catastrophic consequences for society as a whole.
Furthermore, AI's potential for harm is not limited to intentional malfeasance. Even well-meaning efforts to develop and implement AI could have unintended consequences that ultimately prove detrimental to human well-being. As such, we must approach the development and deployment of AI with a keen awareness of the potential risks and a commitment to using the technology in a way that prioritizes the common good over individual or corporate interests.
In short, while I acknowledge that AI has the potential to become a significant concern for humanity, I do not believe it is inherently dangerous. Rather, any dangers that AI poses would stem from the intentions and actions of the individuals and groups who control it. Unfortunately, many of these individuals have a long history of destructive, anti-human, and soulless behavior, and it is likely that any AI they develop or control would reflect these same qualities. Therefore, the true danger of AI lies not in its mere existence or advancement, but in the beliefs, values, and agendas of those who wield it.
In my opinion, globalists hold AI in high esteem because they see it as a new type of life or the ultimate life form that they are creating—similar to how the universe gave birth to life. Symbolically, this new “life” is actually created in the image of its makers, without empathy, remorse, guilt, or love. It can be described as soulless, just like the globalist psychopaths who share these traits.
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