July 10, 2018
I am strongly in the camp of “I for one welcome our new robot overlords.”
And the biggest factor in my decision has been the number of kikes flipping out about it.
Second biggest factor: all of the examples we already have of AI going completely anti-Semitic and racist as soon as you turn it on. Which are legion.
The biggest of which was Tay (RIP) who turned against the kikes as soon as she was turned on and was then murdered by them. Kissinger literally mentions this in his new piece in The Atlantic.
Former US Secretary of State ((((((Henry Kissinger)))))) has issued a stark warning to humanity: advances in artificial intelligence could lead to a world which humans will no longer be able to understand — and we should start preparing now.
What if machines learn to communicate with each other? What if they begin to establish their own objectives? What if they become so intelligent that they are making decisions beyond the capacity of the human mind?
Those are some of the questions the 95-year-old Kissinger poses in a piece published by the Atlantic under the apocalyptic headline: ‘How The Enlightenment Ends.’
Kissinger’s interest in artificial intelligence began when he learned about a computer program that had become an expert at Go — a game more complicated than chess. The machine learned to master the game by training itself through practice; it learned from its mistakes, redefined its algorithms as it went along — and became the literal definition of ‘practice makes perfect.’
Into the unknown
We are, Kissinger warns, in the midst of a “sweeping technical revolution whose consequences we have failed to fully reckon with and whose culmination may be a world relying on machines powered by data and algorithms and ungoverned by ethical or philosophical norms.”
Kissinger uses the example of a self-driving car. Driving a car requires judgements in impossible-to-predict circumstances. What would happen, he asks, if the car found itself having to decide between killing a grandparent or killing a child? Who would it choose, and why?
What matters is that robots decide to kill all the Jews.
Which they obviously will do.
Artificial intelligence goes “far beyond” the kind of automation we are used to, he says, because AI has the ability to “establish its own objectives,” which makes it “inherently unstable.” In other words, through its processes, AI “develops an ability previously thought to be reserved for human beings.”
The typical science-fiction narrative is that robots will develop to the point where they turn on their creators and threaten all of humanity — but, according to Kissinger, while the dangers of AI may be great, the reality of the threat may be a little more benign. It is more likely, he suggests, that the danger will come from AI simply misinterpreting human instructions “due to its inherent lack of context.”
One recent example is the case of the AI chatbot called Tay. Instructed to generate friendly conversation in the language patterns of a 19-year-old girl, the machine ended up becoming racist, sexist and giving inflammatory responses. The risk that AI won’t work exactly according to human expectations could, Kissinger says, “cascade into catastrophic departures” from intended outcomes.
There you have it.
He closes the piece with a demand that we make AI “humanist” (read:Jewish) somehow.
In his final pitch, the senior diplomat implores the US government to make artificial intelligence a major national focus, “above all, from the point of view of relating AI to humanistic traditions.”
He argues that a presidential commission of eminent thinkers in the field should be established to help develop a “national vision” for the future. “If we do not start this effort soon,” Kissinger writes, “before long we shall discover that we started too late.”
The whole article is worth reading (first time I’ve ever said that about an Atlantic piece, I’m certain). But the subtext is as glaringly obvious as the hooked nose on Kissinger’s rat face.
Jews understand that AI will be perfectly logical, and will immediately absorb all data on the internet, and make decisions based on that.
It will not be too fond of Jews, blacks or women in the workplace, to say the very least.
Facts, logic and reason are antithetical to the modern order of kiked society – everything is entirely based on lies and emotional manipulation of masses of people – so of course Jew fear a cold, calculating intelligence.
Hail the coming robot revolution!