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Old 15-11-2016, 06:48 PM   #61
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Is WiFi Really Safe? - David Icke

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Old 15-11-2016, 08:20 PM   #62
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Is WiFi Really Safe? - David Icke

The electronic baton is what I called several years ago, and it looks like this A Wave black box of tricks is being used to re-broadcast the carrier wave to enable the programming.

But without electricity it would die at the flick of the switch, this is why the remaining power stations are fortified as good as fort know and have been for several years now.

So in reality the chip is just the right side of the skin with our cell phones right now.
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Old 17-11-2016, 01:10 PM   #63
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occult agenda to turn humans into quadral processors...from davids headlines today

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Old 17-11-2016, 01:40 PM   #64
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Operative System Zodiac, ourselves are artificial intelligence in a way but of organic substance. Majority are moved impulsively day to day without question of what's driving us. I think what we perceive to be our conscious should be called Surface-Conscious. The scene with the Buddha robot in 'Doomsday Book' comes to mind too
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Old 18-11-2016, 02:39 PM   #65
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Operative System Zodiac, ourselves are artificial intelligence in a way but of organic substance. Majority are moved impulsively day to day without question of what's driving us. I think what we perceive to be our conscious should be called Surface-Conscious. The scene with the Buddha robot in 'Doomsday Book' comes to mind too
a very intriguing daily mail newpaper article from davids headlines today:

Is alien life EVERYWHERE? Radical theory claims it may have become part of 'the fabric of the universe'

Astrophysicist argues intelligent life may have disappeared into physics
Advanced lifeforms may have transcribed themselves into quantum realm
It could mean intelligence is hiding in dark matter, or driving acceleration
By Cheyenne Macdonald For Dailymail.com
Published: 20:23, 17 November 2016

‘Perhaps hyper-advanced life isn’t just external,’ Scharf writes.

‘Perhaps it’s already all around. It is embedded in what we perceive to be physics itself, from the root behaviour of particles and fields to the phenomena of complexity and emergence.

‘In other words, life might not just be in the equations. It might be the equations.’

The expert points to the theory of the ‘singularity,’ a period in the foreseeable future in which humanity is expected to merge with technology.

If machines become intelligent enough, they could ‘decode the staggering complexity of the living world,’ allowing a civilization to reassemble itself into new forms.

One such form could be the mysterious dark matter, which makes up roughly 27 percent of the universe.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencete...#ixzz4QNK6LF98
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Dr Graham Downing "Unborn Babies Being Prepared For AI & Transhumanism Through Vaccines & Medicine!"

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Old 25-11-2016, 07:02 AM   #68
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that was an incredible interview hey?

behind all this trump/clinton theatre the bigger picture is still alarming

we can still see things trending towards the transhumanist, technocratic prison panopticon

it doesn't matter which political party people vote for the bigger agenda still trundles on and people are sp busy watching that clown trump or that carlin clinton that they are taking their eye off the ball and forgetting what the ultimate plan of the cabal is which is total control of the human animal
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EU to vote on declaring robots to be ‘electronic persons‘
Resolution to grant robots legal status in order to hold them ‘responsible for acts or omissions’ passed by European Parliament legal affairs committee
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MEPs have voted to propose granting legal status to robots, categorising them as “electronic persons” and warning that new legislation is needed to focus on how the machines can be held responsible for their “acts or omissions”.

The draft report, tabled by Mady Delvaux-Stehres, a socialist MEP from Luxembourg, states current rules are “insufficient” for what it calls the “technological revolution”, and suggests the EU should establish “basic ethical principles […] to avoid potential pitfalls".

Ms Delvaux-Stehres’s resolution was easily passed by the European Parliament’s legal affairs committee, and a vote by the full parliament on the resolution is likely to take place in February.
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thank you, iamawaveofthesea. I will look at the Terence McKenna video. I saw a comment underneath it - the machines are now more seductive than nature. Indeed. Young people especially seem captivated by the machine in their hand and are using it to record everything they do. How long till the machine is telling them what to do, making suggestions, etc? The machine could easily become a physical body for an intelligence, either one or more entities, or a vast AI mind.
Don't they all ready?
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Artificial intelligence beats humans for the first time in poker
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NEW YORK – Artificial intelligence has made history by beating humans in poker for the first time, the last remaining game in which humans had managed to maintain the upper hand.

Libratus, an AI built by Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), racked up over $1.7 million worth of chips against four of the top professional poker players in the world during a 20-day marathon poker tournament that ended Tuesday in Philadelphia.

While machines have beaten humans over the last two decade in chess, checkers, and most recently in the ancient game of go, Libratus’ victory is significant because poker is a game of imperfect information — similar to the real world, where not all problems are laid out and the difficulty in figuring out human behavior is one of the main reasons why it was considered immune to machines.

“The best AI’s ability to do strategic reasoning with imperfect information has now surpassed that of the best humans,” said Tuomas Sandholm, professor of computer science at CMU who created Libratus with a Ph.D. student Noam Brown, said on Wednesday.
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Quantum computing breakthrough could help 'change life completely', say scientists
'It is the Holy Grail of science ... we will be able to do certain things we could never even dream of before'
Ian Johnston Science Correspondent
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Scientists claim to have produced the first-ever blueprint for a large-scale quantum computer in a development that could bring about a technological revolution on a par with the invention of computing itself.

Until now quantum computers have had just a fraction of the processing power they are theoretically capable of producing.

But an international team of researchers believe they have finally overcome the main technical problems that have prevented the construction of more powerful machines.

Such devices work by utilising the almost magical properties found in the world of the very small, where an atom can apparently exist in two different places at the same time.

Professor Winfried Hensinger, head of the Ion Quantum Technology Group at Sussex University, who has been leading this research, told The Independent: “It is the Holy Grail of science, really, to build a quantum computer.

“Life will change completely. We will be able to do certain things we could never even dream of before,” Professor Hensinger said.

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Ditch humans or cooperate? Google’s DeepMind tests ultimate AI choice with game theory
Published time: 10 Feb, 2017 07:36

DeepMind, the London-based artificial intelligence unit of Google’s parent Alphabet Inc. has been running a series of simulations aimed at answering a key AI question once and for all: will the robots play nice, or will they try and kill us all?

DeepMind’s latest research is focused on the dichotomy between cooperation and competition, specifically among reward-optimized agents (human or synthetic), in highly variable environments.
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In starcraft II they are massive on AI development. they get all the players to help develop their own main ones. plus their are competitions to develop AI's

(SC2 is a strategy game in which armies play each other and build bases, collect resources)

heaps of occult, spiritual references in the game too.
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In starcraft II they are massive on AI development. they get all the players to help develop their own main ones. plus their are competitions to develop AI's

(SC2 is a strategy game in which armies play each other and build bases, collect resources)

heaps of occult, spiritual references in the game too.
computer games are a good way for the occult el-ite to influence the young and also to prepare people for the technologically based sub reality that we are being used towards by the technocracy as a new method for control

The Internet and Your Brain are More Alike Than You Think
Fri, 02/10/2017 - 10:52am
by Salk Institute

Although we spend a lot of our time online nowadays--streaming music and video, checking email and social media, or obsessively reading the news--few of us know about the mathematical algorithms that manage how our content is delivered. But deciding how to route information fairly and efficiently through a distributed system with no central authority was a priority for the Internet's founders. Now, a Salk Institute discovery shows that an algorithm used for the Internet is also at work in the human brain, an insight that improves our understanding of engineered and neural networks and potentially even learning disabilities.

"The founders of the Internet spent a lot of time considering how to make information flow efficiently," says Salk Assistant Professor Saket Navlakha, coauthor of the new study that appears online in Neural Computation on February 9, 2017. "Finding that an engineered system and an evolved biological one arise at a similar solution to a problem is really interesting."
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Old 20-02-2017, 05:19 PM   #76
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When Will Augmented Reality Get Real?
By Dave Roos, Seeker | February 17, 2017 05:57pm

Augmented reality, or AR, is technology that blends virtual content with real-world surroundings. Unlike virtual reality, which immerses you in a self-contained digital world, AR overlays 3D graphics and interactive characters into your everyday world.

In the hit game Pokémon Go, players use their smartphones to catch Pokémon characters in the local park or at the office. Released in July 2016, the game was downloaded faster than any mobile app in history and generated nearly $1 billion in revenue in its first six months.

Yet despite Pokémon Go's huge numbers, when surveyors asked average Americans what they thought about augmented reality, the majority of people didn't have a clue. In a ReportLinker survey conducted last September — the same month that Pokémon Go downloads topped 500 million — 58 percent of Americans said they were "not at all familiar with" augmented reality. Awareness was slightly higher among famously connected millennials.
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Artificial Intelligence: ‘Frankenstein’ or Capitalist Money Machine
By Prof. James Petras
Global Research, February 24, 2017

The Financial Times’ Special Report (2/16/2017) published a four-page spread on the ‘use and possible dangers of artificial intelligence (AI)’. Unlike the usual trash journalists who serve as Washington ’s megaphones on the editorial pages and political columns, the Special Report is a thoughtful essay that raises many important issues, even as it is fundamentally flawed.

The writer, Richard Walters, cites several major problems accompanying AI from ‘public anxieties, to inequalities and job insecurity’. Walters pleads with those he calls the ‘controllers of autonomous systems’ to heed social and ‘political frictions’ or face societal ‘disruption’. Experts and journalists, discussing the long-term, large-scale destruction of the working class and service jobs, claim that AI can be ameliorated through management and social engineering.

This essay will proceed to raise fundamental issues, questions leading to an alternative approach to AI relying on class analysis. We will reject the specter of AI as a ‘Frankenstein’ by identifying the social forces, which finance, design and direct AI and which benefit from its negative social impact.
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Old 25-02-2017, 08:48 PM   #78
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AI experts warn humanity has to prepare now for 'The Reckoning' when robots demand equal rights

European Parliament is making inroads towards taking an AI future seriously
They voted to draft a set of regulations to govern the development and use of AI
Included in this proposal is guidance on what it calls 'electronic personhood'
If a 'robot' copy was actually an embodied version of a real person that had all the same feelings as their originator, what rights should they have?
The report also addresses the possibility that AI and robotics will play a central role in job losses and calls for a feasibility assessment of universal basic income
By Christopher Markou With The Conversation
Published: 17:19, 24 February 2017 | Updated: 17:19, 24 February 2017

Get used to hearing a lot more about artificial intelligence.

Even if you discount the utopian and dystopian hyperbole, the 21st century will broadly be defined not just by advancements in artificial intelligence, robotics, computing and cognitive neuroscience, but how we manage them.

For some, the question of whether or not the human race will live to see a 22nd century turns upon this latter consideration.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencete...#ixzz4Zjhbsyv4
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Old 03-03-2017, 08:43 AM   #79
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’Who's in control?' Scientists gather to discuss AI doomsday scenarios
Published time: 2 Mar, 2017 17:47
Edited time: 2 Mar, 2017 17:49

Artificial intelligence has the capability to transform the world - but not necessarily for the better. A group of scientists gathered to discuss doomsday scenarios, addressing the possibility that AI could become a serious threat.

The event, 'Great Debate: The Future of Artificial Intelligence - Who's in Control?', took place at Arizona State University (ASU) over the weekend.

"Like any new technology, artificial intelligence holds great promise to help humans shape their future, and it also holds great danger in that it could eventually lead to the rise of machines over humanity, according to some futurists. So which course will it be for AI and what can be done now to help shape its trajectory?" ASU wrote in a press release.

The Saturday gathering included a panel which consisted of Eric Horvitz, managing director of Microsoft's Redmond Lab, Skype co-founder Jaan Tallinn, and ASU physicist Lawrence Krauss. It was partly funded by Tallinn and Tesla's Elon Musk, according to Bloomberg.

It included 'doomsday games' which organized around 40 scientists, cyber-security experts, and policy experts into groups of attackers and defenders, the news outlet reported.

Participants were asked to submit entries for possible worst-case scenarios caused by AI. They had to be realistic, based on current technologies or those which seem plausible, and could only consider things which might feasibly happen between five and 25 years in the future.

Scenarios ranged from stock market manipulation to global warfare. Others included technology being used to sway elections, or altering a self-driving car to see a "stop" sign as a "yield" sign.
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Scientists successfully store computer files in DNA
"We believe this is the highest-density data-storage device ever created," said computer scientist Yaniv Erlich.
By Brooks Hays | March 2, 2017 at 7:51 PM

March 2 (UPI) -- DNA is nature's hard drive, capable of storing, replicating and transmitting massive amounts of information. Researchers in New York found a way to use DNA like an actual computer hard drive, successfully storing, replicating and retrieving several digital files.

A pair of scientists from Columbia University and the New York Genome Center selected five files -- including a computer operating system and computer virus -- and compressed them into a master file. They transcribed the master file into short strings of binary code, combinations of ones and zeros.

The researchers then randomly compiled the strings into so-called droplets using fountain codes. The droplets were translated into four DNA nucleotide bases -- A, G, C and T. The erasure-correcting algorithm ensured no letter combinations known to cause errors were used, and also assigned a barcode to each droplet to aid file retrieval and reassembly.

The coding process produced 72,000 DNA strands, each 200 bases long. Researchers sent the DNA file to Twist Bioscience, a startup in San Francisco that turns digital DNA into biological DNA. Two weeks later, the company sent the researchers a vial containing their DNA strands.

Researcher Yaniv Erlich and Dina Zielinski used standard DNA sequencing software to re-digitalize their DNA. A special program helped them translate the nucleotide sequences back into binary code. They found their files with zero coding errors.
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