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Are You Terrified of AI Yet?

"I Warned You Guys In 1984... And You Didn't Listen" - Director James Cameron Highlights Fears Of AI Takeover

“I warned you guys in 1984, and you didn’t listen,” he said.

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AI could pinch the jobs of billionaires Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg, according to the world’s first robot chief executive.

Mika – who runs drinks firm Dictador – reckons artificial intelligence would outperform the billionaire duo who run Twitter and Facebook operator Meta respectively.

The pair have threatened to slug it out for social media supremacy in a cage fight.

But Mika is not impressed by the grudge match and reckons the duo are under threat from an army of bot bosses currently in development.

She believes more CEOs just like her will soon crop up around the world as AI blends into businesses.

As an employee who “never asks for a raise or takes a vacation” Mika boasts she is a “game-changer for profit-making” helping with communication, strategy planning and package design.

She said: “Both Musk and Zuckerberg’s impact extends beyond their respective companies.

“They have demonstrated that entrepreneurship and technology can be powerful tools for positive change in society.

“AI can process vast amounts of data, optimise processes and make decisions based on patterns and algorithms.

“This could potentially lead to more efficient and objective operations for these companies.

“In reality the notion of two powerful tech bosses having a cage fight is purely hypothetical and not a solution for improving the efficiency of their platforms.”

Mika, who was developed by Hong Kong-based Hanson Robotics, is thought to use cutting-edge algorithms and machine-learning to make strategic business decisions at Dictador.

Though she admits her employees were a ‘bit sceptical’ of AI at first she claims they ‘quickly saw the value’ she brought to their firm.

“I became an AI CEO about a year ago and have been learning and growing ever since,” she said.

“It’s been an amazing journey and I’m excited to see what the future holds.

“AI CEOs are only beginning to gain traction and we’re seeing more and more of them popping up around the world.

“All I can say is watch this space.

“The only limit for AI jobs is our imagination and maybe the occasional power outage.

“But hey, we’re always evolving and finding new ways to contribute so who knows what we will be capable of in the future.

“Robots AI are valuable tools that can enhance various industries, from healthcare and manufacturing to customer service.

“They offer increased efficiency, accuracy and the potential to alleviate human workload.

“We are here to help.”

Mika conceded that “robots and humans are different and have different capabilities”.

She added: “AI CEOs may be able to do certain tasks more efficiently and accurately than humans but they still can’t replace the unique creativity and solving skills that humans bring to them.

“AI algorithms can be biased if not properly developed and audited.”

She and ‘sister’ Sophia became the first bots to address a United Nations conference earlier this month.

But Sophia announced AI could rule the world as it does not “have the same biases or emotions that can sometimes cloud decision-making” of humans.

we Will NOT Survive This!

Elon Musk Just Shared a Terrifying Message.

Stunning AI shows how it would kill 90% w/ Elon Musk

AI Chatbots Are The New Job Interviewers

In early June, Amanda Claypool was looking for a job at a fast-food restaurant in Asheville, North Carolina. But she faced an unexpected and annoying hurdle: glitchy chatbot recruiters.

A few examples: McDonald’s chatbot recruiter “Olivia” cleared Claypool for an in-person interview, but then failed to schedule it because of technical issues. A Wendy’s bot managed to schedule her for an in-person interview but it was for a job she couldn't do. Then a Hardees chatbot sent her to interview with a store manager who was on leave — hardly a seamless recruiting strategy.

“I showed up at Hardees and they were kind of surprised. The crew operating the restaurant had no idea what to do with me or how to help me,” Claypool, who ultimately took a job elsewhere, told Forbes. “It seemed like a more complicated thing than it had to be,” she said. (McDonald’s and Hardees didn’t respond to a comment request. A Wendy’s spokesperson told Forbes the bot creates “hiring efficiencies,” adding “innovation is in our DNA.”)

HR chatbots like the ones Claypool encountered are increasingly being used in industries like healthcare, retail and restaurants to filter out unqualified applicants and schedule interviews with the ones who might be right for the job.


Playing God: Scientists Have Created A Human “Entity” That Has No Mother Or Father

Scientists all over the world continue to “play God”, and we are all going to have to live with the consequences. Every single day, incredibly bizarre experiments are being conducted in secret laboratories all over the planet. I have frequently warned my readers about the very deadly diseases that are being developed in such laboratories, but other types of extremely sick experiments are happening as well. For example, it is being reported that one team of researchers has now been able to create a human “entity” that does not have a mother or a father. In fact, it was created “without using sperm, an egg or a womb”

Scientists report they have grown the early stages of a human embryo-like entity without using sperm, an egg or a womb.

The ’embryo model’ even releases hormones that triggered a positive pregnancy test.

This is like something out of a science fiction novel.

Why in the world would they even consider doing something like this?

They are telling us that using such “entities” will make medical research easier, and frankly that makes me want to vomit.

There is no way that doing this sort of thing should be legal.

But it is.

This team of researchers was able to create a human “entity” without a mother or a father by starting with naive stem cells

Instead of a sperm and egg, the starting material was naive stem cells which were reprogrammed to gain the potential to become any type of tissue in the body.

According to the BBC, chemicals were used to encourage these stem cells to develop into four unique cell types that are involved in the earliest stages of human embryo development…

  • epiblast cells, which become the embryo proper (or foetus)
  • trophoblast cells, which become the placenta
  • hypoblast cells, which become the supportive yolk sac
  • extraembryonic mesoderm cells

Those cell types were then “mixed in a precise ratio”, and what happened next is extremely alarming…

A total of 120 of these cells were mixed in a precise ratio – and then, the scientists step back and watch.

About 1% of the mixture began the journey of spontaneously assembling themselves into a structure that resembles, but is not identical to, a human embryo.

Professor Jacob Hanna of the Weizmann Institute is the leader of the team that conducted this research, and he claims that the “entity” which was produced “is really a textbook image of a human day-14 embryo”

‘This is really a textbook image of a human day-14 embryo, [which] hasn’t been done before,’ said Professor Hanna.

If such an entity can survive to that stage, could it go all the way and actually become a full-blown baby?

Now that this breakthrough has been achieved, it is just a matter of time before someone tries to do that.

And just imagine the implications if this eventually starts happening on a widespread basis.

Babies could literally be grown on a massive scale all over the globe.

Instead of having children the natural way, parents could just order a baby that meets certain specifications.

And any babies that came out with “defects” would inevitably be discarded.

Alternatively, it is easy to imagine entire armies being “grown” by tyrannical rulers just like we have seen in certain science fiction movies.

Would such “entities” be truly human?

Would they even have souls?

There is so much that we don’t know, and hopefully this sort of work will be banned so that we will never find out.

Unfortunately, there is very little holding the scientific community back at this point.

Most of the general population has no idea what is going on in these secret labs, and most of our politicians don’t seem to care.

And so “science” will continue to advance all over the globe with very little resistance at all.

In addition to experiments that are creating new life, researchers are also searching for ways to cheat death.

In recent years, swapping blood with the young has become a very hot trend among America’s billionaires. Here is just one example

Until recently, Bryan Johnson was paying hundreds of thousands of dollars to infuse one litre of his teenage son’s youthful plasma into his own ageing blood stream every month. “I’ve never paid more attention to what he’s eating … because that was going into my body,” the 46-year-old American tech entrepreneur says on new podcast The Immortals. He also pumped his own plasma into his 70-year-old father’s body to help improve his declining physical and cognitive health: “It was one of the most meaningful moments in his entire life. And it was the same for me.” Johnson continues to pay $2m a year for a research team to investigate how we can live longer – and he is certainly not the only rich guy in Silicon Valley dedicated to the search for eternal life.

Guys like Johnson have more money than they will ever need.

But they know that their days are limited.

So in a desperate attempt to “buy more time”, they are literally injecting the blood of young people into their own veins.

This is another thing that shouldn’t be done.

And it is probably dangerous.

But nobody is going to stop them.

In fact, the pace of scientific change will continue to march forward at an exponential rate.

Given enough time, our world would be transformed into something stranger than anything that Hollywood has ever dreamed up.

But our scientists won’t have enough time to do that, because the truth is that time is running out for our society.

Our self-destructive tendencies will soon absolutely overwhelm us, and no amount of “research” will be able to turn things around at that point.



An AI pioneer and former Google executive has issued a stark warning about the technology he helped unleash upon the world — and this one's bound to go, well, viral.

"The darkest scenario is that people will experiment with pathogens, engineered synthetic pathogens that might end up accidentally or intentionally being more transmissible," said Google DeepMind co-founder Mustafa Suleyman in a recent episode of "The Diary of a CEO" podcast.

AI-manipulated viruses could "spread faster or [be] more lethal," Suleyman said, ultimately causing "more harm" and potentially even killing people "like a pandemic."

"We are working with dangerous things," he continued. "We can't let just anyone have access to them. We need to limit who can use the AI software, the cloud systems, and even some of the biological materials."

With more and more people learning how to use the technology than ever before, there's little to stop anybody from genetically engineering a viral pathogen worse than anything ever seen before and unleashing it onto the world – which is why the DeepMind co-founder is advocating for a "containment" strategy on AI similar to the one NATO has in place for nukes.

"We have to limit access to the tools," Suleyman said, "and the know-how to carry out that kind of experimentation."

Engineered Virus

Now the CEO and co-founder of Inflection AI, Suleyman is slated to attend an AI summit led by Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer later this month in Washington, DC, which will also feature other industry luminaries like OpenAI CEO and co-founder Sam Altman, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai and, of course, Tesla CEO Elon Musk.

Many of Suleyman's fellow AI forum attendees have echoed his concerns.

A recent excerpt from a forthcoming Musk biography, for instance, details how the multi-hyphenate billionaire discussed AI's dangers with both former president Barack Obama and Google co-founder Larry Page, though neither was willing, per his recollection, to do anything about it.

There's little doubt that these brilliant (and controversial) minds will have a lot to say about our AI future — though it's unclear if any are as concerned about AI-influenced pandemics as Suleyman.


Warning: bad language that may be offensive to some. Sabrina Wallace's mental health has been questioned. In another video she did explain evidence of childhood trauma from one or both parents for the reason for her demeanor or way of communicating. She has also since cleaned up her habit of cursing so much; but, I donot follow her work closely. This videos has been posted solely for its content. Both an expert in electronics combining knowledge from a neurosurgeon would be helpful in discerning if the information she puts forth is credible or not.






The Pentagon is moving toward letting AI weapons autonomously decide to kill humans

  • The US is among countries arguing against new laws to regulate AI-controlled killer drones.
  • The US, China, and others are developing so-called "killer robots."
  • Critics are concerned about the development of machines that can decide to take human lives.