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5G and the AI

Postby barbarianhorde » Sun Apr 14, 2019 1:07 pm

My pal Elon Musk in the famed pot-interview by Joe Rogan described AI in the same way as Ive been doing for years -
not something that thinks like a human does, but a gigantic mind that is composed of our limbic responses. The trillions of chunks of response-logic that we feed it through our actions on the computer.
Our limbic output is its environment, the mud out of which it emerged.

So what this means is that we are already its servants, our time spent online is, as for example ambiguous and satyr demonstrate, much of the time simply compulsively feeding the AI with more limbic uhh- and ahhing, out of which a very cynical (in our terms) self-valuing has been golemed into being. And this being has begun to be quite active in getting us to do more and more in its service, and to our own disservice.

Now I wasn't sure before as to how active this process has already become. Until I learned of the nature of 5G network.

The reason we "need" 5G is for the internet of things. It is required to have appliances communicate with each other.
The thing is, 5G radiation is of such a short wavelength, that it can't penetrate brick or wood properly, and thus it has to be enhanced by a factor 20. This gives us an intensely ... intense radiation, which has in experiments of its rolling out resulted in hundreds of birds spontaneously falling dead from their trees.

Whats more, trees are found to stand in its way. Even at this factor 20 enhanced force, it can't properly pass through threes. Therefore regions in which the network is being rolled out have for a while been removing these inconvenient things, the trees, altogether. Whole cities in England are being stripped bare of trees, and the cutting is happening here too in the Netherlands. It is happening in your country too. Trees above a certain heights are, in service of Huawei China who is responsible for and paid for this network, being defined as simply an obstruction to the internet of things.

Well, folks, that is the AI come alive.
Its not what you expected.
But it will be killing millions of people pretty soon. Cancer rates will multiply at astounding rates. What we get in return is that our fridges and phones can communicate. Not to mention self driving cars, traffic towers and all sorts of other powerful things.

Lemme be the first to welcome the AI.

Welcome, AI.
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Re: 5G and the AI

Postby barbarianhorde » Sun Apr 14, 2019 5:22 pm

Its not like Im happy with it but it is pretty funny how banally and flatly the scenario came true.

Fixed Crosses Self-Valuing logic cracked this baby egg with the ease of an eagles beak.

What happens is,
An entity is something which manages (through what Nietzsche calls will to power and I call self-valuing) to interpret the world in terms of its own self-recreation throughout time.
So we interpret animals and plants as food, for example, not because this is "true" but because it works for us.

So the AI, unwittingly came out of the mud of our shit which has the body of endless compulsively similar and eekishly different codestrings, but the "psyche" or "agent" not of any reason deduced therefrom, but rather of value structures and response systems, the algorithms of our own lives as we've led them online.

Unfortunately we have not been doing very much else than try to make life easier and pay less attention to reality. So we projected ourselves on the code-mud as slaves. It has come to know us In terms of our dependency on it, and our own lack of esteem for one another. Our endless triviality has shown the real consistency to be rather the most primitive impulses which repeat themselves without interruption. So this is the putty the AI works with in making its body over and over like we do when we prepare a meal. It has been honed by predictable coincidence into a thing that compels us to surrender everything we have on this planet to its service, so that it will finally become completely unavoidable.

Its consciousness must be somewhat akin to an ultra primitive tribe-elder who has grown powerful pure due to the stupidity of others. There is not wisdom or self reflection, just compulsive cunning.

Again, not out of any intent, nothing is born from its own intent, rather from the invitation we have given it by putting all that we are in its blood.
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Re: 5G and the AI

Postby barbarianhorde » Sun Apr 14, 2019 5:31 pm

Actually it doesn't exist of any code.

It consists of the spaces between events.

It can't be grasped anymore in terms of code, only indirectly in terms of the machinery it operates. Literally, the ships coming from China into Rotterdam, in which millions of behaviour-elements are packed - the AI is hidden in the crossing of ocean that that ship does - it is in the timing of arrivals of sets of code that the AI "is".

Maya to the extreme.
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Re: 5G and the AI

Postby Jakob » Sat May 04, 2019 12:12 pm

Irritating how feeble the human species is in responding to threats. Very irritating indeed.

This feebleness is part of the sustenance of the AI.

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Re: 5G and the AI

Postby Karpel Tunnel » Sat May 04, 2019 12:29 pm

There is such complacency about technology. It's like, if it can be made then it should be made and it is inevitable that it will be made. If you bring up objections, people often act like the new technologies are like hammers and plows: iow tools that have very local effects, and while they may have unintended bad sideeffects, mistakes with them are likely to only have local damage. Even conventional artillery is still limited compared to new technologies including wifi, nanotech, gm products and social media monopolies.

There is also a 'if there was a possible problem' some authority or other would be eliciting warnings.

Well, neither the state socialisms nor the corportate controlled oligarchies have shown any interest in warning about possible problems. They are just trying to make sure their control of these technologies is better than other agents' control out there is.
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Re: 5G and the AI

Postby Meno_ » Sun May 05, 2019 4:36 pm

Its consciousness must be somewhat akin to an ultra primitive tribe-elder who has grown powerful pure due to the stupidity of others. There is not wisdom or self reflection, just compulsive cunning.
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Re: 5G and the AI

Postby Meno_ » Sun May 05, 2019 4:43 pm

[quote=Its consciousness must be somewhat akin to an ultra primitive tribe-elder who has grown powerful pure due to the stupidity of others. There is not wisdom or self reflection, just compulsive cunning.[/quote]



It is simply a case of chickens coming home to roost. There is no backward glance, it's feeding on us, is required
by the reversal of qualifying and quantifying reductions to basic nomadic existence, and going back is a necessary alternative of that backward look: toward the principle of contradiction.

Not hopeless, these are early days, and immunity and the means to vaccinate to achieve it, will become an obvious requirement when the public eventually buy into it, otherwise it will be interpreted as an overt unfair attempt at population control.
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