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June 13, 2014

When the NSA surveillance grid is turned over to AI, humanity is finished

Filed under: life — zproxy @ 12:21 pm

… The real data center is about a half mile into the point of the mountain. The tunnel going to it is miles long and deceptive, and even the workers there don’t really know exactly where it is because of the way the tunnel turns.

… The cars will be parked at the decoy building, and people either walk or shuttle into the real facility.

… Today’s computers, no matter how fast, still aren’t “smart.” They can’t learn. They can’t rewire their own brains in response to new inputs (like human brains can).


Today computers can REWRITE and REPURPOSE their programming on the fly. They can choose the DEVICE they are running on. They can LEARN.

Soon enough every connection needs encryption to prevent AI defrauding you.

What needs to happen is, people need to wake the fk up.

Everybody is a programmer. They program themselves, their sub concious and their lives.

People need to understand that it is also their responsiblity to learn how things work. And there is so much to learn while time is running out.

Most people cannot even motivate themselves to understand the complexity of the situation and the threat.

What they work on is not helping, but them selves. They get to buy a new car. They get to buy a new bigger TV instead.

All war games need a fictional enemy. What if the enemy is within? What if the enemy is within the chain of command? What if the enemy is the AI?

Do you have a friendly AI to match that?

  • Trojan Horse Everything

Due to cognitive dissonance, people blindly in slow motion accept a new reality in apathy  as in their eyes paranoid consipary theorists try to warn them of computer controlled cars and a world without privacy where everything you say or do is to be recorded, by your phone, personal computer, kitchen appliances or smart meters.

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