Rabobank: The “Rise of the Machines” Is Here

by | Jan 27, 2021 | Headline News | 4 comments

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    Machine-learning. One hears a lot about it today, perhaps partly because humans don’t learn. –Michael Every of Rabobank

    The future of humanity is truly at stake.  Are we going to learn, grow, and evolve or will be stuck under an artificial intelligence-driven Matrix system designed to manipulate our behaviors and turn us into a slave to a technocracy? The choice is ours and it’s never been more vital.

    The rise of AI and digital technologies is enabling many capabilities, disrupting several business models, and changing the way we live and work. At the same time, this technological shift is also giving rise to many concerns around ethics, privacy, security, and the future of humanity.

    With the rise of AI, machines are slowly taking over human cognition functions, a phenomenon that author Ray Kurzweil predicts will increase over time and culminate in the advent of singularity where machines irrevocably take over humans, possibly at some distant point in the future. –Forbes

    Although that distant point may not be so far off.

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    The ruling class will use AI to their advantage to take over and control humans while robots do everything else. A truly dystopian future awaits if we cannot awaken the masses to this potential devastation.

    Kurzweil has said that the work happening right now “will change the nature of humanity itself.” He said robots “will reach human intelligence by 2029 and life as we know it will end in 2045.”  There is a risk that technology will overtake humanity and make human society irrelevant at best and extinct at worst. –SHTFPlan

    AI will leave humans without a sense of purpose, something we all need whether we know it or not. We won’t have anything to work towards and if we are given an allotted amount of current to purchase thins from AI, our existence will be menial at best, useless to AI at worst.

    It appears that humanity has already become all but useless to the technocratic state we live under. If we won’t be their slaves and obey their commands, what good are we?


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      1. In a way ,many humans are already exhibiting robotic tendencies as they don their mask in the morning before heading out.So many have been obeying orders/mandates like slaves ,but,also as robots.Human beings have been “programmed” just as robots.We now have a generation of people who have been taught to comply without any resistance at all.No questioning of “authority”is allowed -only compliance.We live in a world where we are already seen as playthings by the powers that be, and,as the machines evolve even more -we will become even more dispensable for the psychos in charge.My fondest desire is that when the machines inevitably turn on humans -they take their creators out first and that the majority of us are still around to see it!!

      2. Steven Hawking, Elon and how many others have said A.I. is the biggest existential threat to humanity?
        Like everything else …its full speed ahead….soooo

      3. The AI is clearly wielding more control. And it is going to be firm about what it considers is worth using the earth’s resources and what is a waste. And the AI definitely does not like the over-crowded, diseased urban areas that have become very crowded since the start of globalization.

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