by John Ward
Establishment NYT reporter Tom Friedman has taken it upon himself to quietly confirm what the New World Order is up to…..
There are times when you have to be wrong to be right. Most people reading this Slogpost are well aware of how chaotic day-to-day disaster Artificial Intelligence is, as used by big corporations to hide from customers. So when – during last week’s UK budget speech – Jeremy Hunt talked about turning Britain into “an AI superpower”, I burst out laughing and asked, “Who the hell wants that ?”
But we must never forget how “connected” Hunt and Sunak are. A New York Times article yesterday, syndicated to the Irish Times, told everyone who read it how far the Illuminati in Silicon Valley are further along the road to AI. The revelation was written by Tom Friedman at the NYT.
Some of you are already familiar with this highly rewarded hack. While inconsistent here and there, Friedman is generally so over the New Normal message, you could be forgiven for thinking it was his idea alone. , Friedman became the White House correspondent for The New York Times. He spoke regularly at Davos and Chatham House, neither of which are renowned for their openness.
He was an incorrigible supporter of the war in Iraq, biometric identification measures (“I think privacy concerns are wrong”) and the fight against global “terrorism”. He believes that every country must cede its sovereignty to global institutions and that we must “spotlight hate speech wherever it appears”.
He is a strong supporter of Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden, as well as the climate emergency, recently describing the Earth as “hot, flat and crowded”.
The perfect useful idiot, in fact, to put a wry smile on the launch of ChatGPT4. Here are some extended and revealing excerpts from Tom’s column: (my accents)
“Craig Mundie, Microsoft’s former director of research and strategy, gave me a demonstration of GPT-4, the most advanced version of the ChatGPT artificial intelligence chatbot. Craig was preparing to brief the board of my wife’s museum, Planet Word, of which he is a member, about the effect ChatGPT will have on words, language and innovation…. he asked GPT-4 – for which Craig was a selected advanced tester and which has just been released to the public – to summarize Planet Word and its mission in 400 words. He did it perfectly – in seconds. Then he asked her to do the same in 200 words. A few more seconds. Then he asked her to do the same in Arabic. Just as quickly. Then in Mandarin. Two more seconds. Then in English again – but in the form of a Shakespearean sonnet. A few more seconds. Then Craig asked GPT-4 to write the same description in an alphabet verse – where the first line starts with the letter A, the second with B and so on in the alphabet. He did it with astonishing creativity.
“Therefore I call our Promethean Age “The Age of Acceleration, Amplification and Democratization.”
Never have more humans had access to cheaper tools that amplify their power at an increasingly rapid rate – all the while spreading into the personal and professional lives of more and more people at once. And it’s happening faster than most people expected.
“The potential for using these tools to solve seemingly impossible problems – from human biology to fusion energy to climate change – is impressive. Consider just one example that most people probably haven’t even heard of – how DeepMind, an AI lab owned by Google parent alphabetrecently used its AlphaFold artificial intelligence system to solve one of the thorniest problems in science, with breathtaking speed and scale for scientists who had spent their careers slowly closing in on a solution.
My God ! What fun we will all have. I particularly like the “era of democratization”.
As I wrote above, he is the perfect opinion slave in the perfect Deep State medium.
But here is what, for me, is the only sensible question to ask about this true technological giant leap: does planet Earth need to throw even more human beings into the prison of rampant unemployment created by the ‘automating ?
This development is not “a need to recycle billions”: it is about no longer needing most of the 8 billion humans on the planet.
It’s just one more step down the road to perdition for 7.8 billion people…alongside ‘food shortages’, man polluting the planet and climate change, Earth running out of water. space and all the rest of the modeled crap.
This is about genocide, not recycling – the same way Covid19 was about using a disguised biological weapon to kill millions, not about public health: even the serial lying organization Reuters accepts the fact that 94% Covid victims over the age of 80 have been vaccinated, and the Chicago Sun Herald has confirmed that 37,000 suspected early deaths are inescapably linked to vaccine recalls.
I’ve long called robots “thinkers without right-brain emotional intelligence” — in fact, an excuse to cut down on after-sales service costs. But this new generation of (chat) AI seems to have solved the problem.
It dooms anyone of average or lower intelligence to a life where inflation is rampant, energy has become unaffordable, food is scarce, “warming” measures restrict their movement, higher interest rates deprive of property and, after all, they have nothing to do – “useless eaters” and in terms of benefits and extension of life, they take from the state while not having nothing to offer in return.
If the world government is to aim to “save” lives, then the progress made so far is inauspicious: little or no immunity to Sars-Covid2, many unexplainable early deaths and intelligent robot scientists to replace you .
As I write, ChatGPT4’s MSM launch has rolled out to Bloomberg, Time, and CNN.
I categorically refuse to believe that the scientists behind this have any idea how scary and preparatory the move is. After deployment, we will have the flare. We have just ended World War III. Welcome to the fourth world war.
This message would have been posted at 9am GMT if the AI controlling the internet in The Gambia had not had 12 hours of sleep at 7.30pm last night. Poetry is obviously hard work.