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Is the Hey kids childrens YouTube channel controlled by Nazi AI gone rouge?

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posted on Jun, 4 2016 @ 07:55 PM
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a reply to: glowdog

LOL I tell you, it really did catch me off guard!




posted on Jun, 4 2016 @ 09:23 PM
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*Edit* Never mind it's not that great. We already knew the main point of Finger Family was ad revenue. It does not follow the main point of this thread.

Apparently someone has more information. Reading it now.
katherinethegrape.tumblr.com...

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posted on Jun, 5 2016 @ 06:10 AM
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a reply to: Cyprex

i read that article >"I HAVE SOLVED THE FINGER FAMILY CONSPIRACY" but i guess she did not see the hey kids channel. and she did not see the apparently related girl-game sites that feature truly disturbing games. she talks about "benign children’s nursery rhyme" and how the chinese churn out those videos and let bots watch them to monetize on it.
sounds almost harmless like she describes it. she does not mention the fact that for some reason youtube does not put channels like hey kids down. there are more channels like that. something is off about her article i say.
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posted on Jun, 5 2016 @ 06:45 AM
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the article gives me the feeling that it is trying to downplay the problem. i mean - there is a lot of money involved and the people that monetize on this sick content dont want to be in the spotlight. so just blame it on the chinese and its ok... lol ( ofc i could be wrong about this too)

there are other bizarre channels that somehow use bots to gain views ... for example channels like SpidermanCompilation their video "Frozen Anna vs VAMPIRE Spiderman! Superhero fun in Real Life Movie" which is real eye cancer got 36,956,674 views.those vids are not animated- they have actors in costumes. no AI involved here but it is a similar scheme.

i did not watch much of the vids - just a few seconds but it looks like a group of kids and adults are doing an amateur movie with costumes.there is no dialogue as far i could see. on first impression it looks harmless but something is not quite right. i did not have the nerve to watch much of it but
in the comments people complain that the videos teach children bad behavior etc. and there are many that just post a single letter or a number. is that how those bots work ?

so besides making tons of money with atrocious home movies this people like to teach bad things to kids.
there are bizarre and bad people out there - we sure do not need AI for that.

edit : ok there are tons of this bizarre super hero channels and i guess it´s sidetracking this thread. it looks like another pandoras box and i dont want to look much closer.
i need something cheerful now lol





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posted on Jun, 5 2016 @ 01:03 PM
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on the super hero kids youtube videos.

My 3 year old years them.

I admit they are very odd but in my ,what feels like lifetimes worth, of experience i think they are mostly harmless.
You see my lad loves superheros ,spiderman ,hulk ,ironman but he far to young to understand the complex story lines in them.

These channels surerheros in real life,and hero's irl,give the characters in normal everyday situations much more realatable for a 3 year old to see spiderman doing choirs around the house and stuff like that.

There are a few in which spider girl is pregnant and has little Spidreman teddy baby,that was a bit weird.

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posted on Jun, 5 2016 @ 01:10 PM
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a reply to: glowdog

On the other finger family channels.

I was thinking about starting a thread on this,just been short on time.

Its a massive subject by itself and it could also bring some more people to this thread,maybe more input will give some answers.

We could also get thread going about those flash games we discussed earlier in the thread.

I will get round to eventually ,but if anyone else decides to take the lead let us know and link it to this thread.



posted on Jun, 5 2016 @ 01:14 PM
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a reply to: Cyprex

I think it a relevant article even if it only serves the purpose of getting as much information on this subject as we can in one place.The internet seems very short on information on this matter.



posted on Jun, 5 2016 @ 01:27 PM
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a reply to: Ellie Sagan

I believe synchronicities and coincidences are the universe screaming at you to look at something.



posted on Jun, 5 2016 @ 02:04 PM
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www.wipro.com...

Have look at this guys and girls.

From WIPRO website.

What do you make of this?

Sounds like our AI?


There has never been a better time to collaborate with bots - they are your new digital friends. Artificial Intelligence (AI) bots are getting to maturity to assist you achieve extraordinary levels of productivity and simply change the way you work. This is the kind of AI that has become the focus of attention. So what is AI, why now and what has changed? Every decade has had high expectations of AI and often times, when AI did not deliver, this was called AI winter. There has always been a rise and fall of AI's reputation. However, new technologies that have emerged in the recent past are driving the convergence of computing power, algorithms in the area of neural networks, machine learning and easy access to implementations in open source tools to make a new type of AI called 'Applied AI' possible. Most importantly, all of this is driven by business needs to process unstructured information, learn, automate, predict and anticipate. This is what is called Applied AI - AI primarily focusing on the use of advanced machine learning and knowledge engineering techniques to build smart machines (software robots) that act like people. So what does it take to build such AI applications? How do we build machines (software robots, bots) that act like human beings? How do we imitate, automate, and enhance the abilities of the workforce for higher productivity is our pursuit of Applied AI. If we have to mimic - simulate through understanding the human action - we surely need to understand the human mental abilities and action. And these set of mental abilities are called cognition. Essentially AI requires abilities of human cognition. So are there any technologies that can implement cognition? If so, these technologies will be the basis for building AI applications. With that said, it is then imperative that cognition must be computable. Computable simply means that there should be algorithm(s) and data structures with some representational techniques that can compute any of the cognitive functions such as believing, consciousness, emotion, language, learning, memory, perception, planning, problem solving, reasoning, representation, categorization, concepts, mental imagery, sensation, thought, etc. So how difficult is it? Is Cognition actually computable? Not all but some aspects of cognition can be computed today using computational linguistics, computing statistics, computational geometry, and computational learning. There are also aspects which are not really computable like consciousness, believing, thought emotion etc. Wipro has a specific interest in enterprise IT. A study of the key use-cases led to the simple finding that the key cognitive capabilities required are primarily in the areas of Perception, Learning, Reasoning, Representation, and Language. If we could implement these functions in a software stack, we could then have an 'Applied AI Platform' - AI simply being a computational realization of cognition. This became the theoretical basis the definition of Wipro's HOLMES platform capabilities. In the year 2014, we started developing bots for our IT helpdesk using a corpus of historical information and applying machine learning and natural language processing techniques. By September of the same year, we had deployed 10 bots working in the area of help desk, processing more 10,000 help desk tickets per day. They continue to function taking up responsibilities of categorizing issues, assisting in task assignment and will eventually move to automating resolutions. They learn continuously and are always on 24x7. Clearly now in 2015, it's a race with the bots in the IT services industry - it's not one against the other but about how can humans and machines can collaborate and work together. And this is where, Applied AI, with its capabilities of building bots, takes the center stage. There is possibly another age coming our way in the future, driven primarily by what is called strong AI or natural general intelligence. Strong AI can build machines that think like human beings and have consciousness like AVA from the movie ex-Machina. While we foresee it to take a long time to materialize, the exponential growth of computing technologies could possibly bring AVA amidst us earlier than we expect. In a series of blogs, I will discuss the technologies related to each of the key capabilities in the HOLMES platform - how the platform is built and what it can do. If you have an interest in tracking progress in the AI space follow me on here. The game is a foot! AI, Algorithms, Applications, Artificial Intelligence, Computation, Data Structures, HOLMES, Winter



posted on Jun, 5 2016 @ 02:10 PM
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I agree. That is why I was so taken aback. I do not see coincidences, I see signs. Now for what reason, I don't always know, and here I do not know either. Maybe it's a sign for me to take a closer look, research more, whatever. Or maybe do more research on AI itself? It kind of scares me. I don't think anything good comes of embracing the technology, and I don't see it as necessary. So, yes, I am a bit concerned about it.



posted on Jun, 5 2016 @ 03:02 PM
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This thread caught my eye yesterday. I think it could be related to what you posted.

www.abovetopsecret.com...

It is about a guy programming a computer to learn what it was seeing and putting together what it saw and then proceeding to show what it saw. It is really interesting and a little strange to see how the CNN (I think that was convolutional neural network, my comp is messed up right now, so it's a bit time consuming to try to double check) could "see" and interpret what it saw, then give feedback by recreating it. I think that covers the learning, language, and memory parts of what you quoted.
You quoted from the Wipro site:


Computable simply means that there should be algorithm(s) and data structures with some representational techniques that can compute any of the cognitive functions such as believing, consciousness, emotion, language, learning, memory, perception, planning, problem solving, reasoning, representation, categorization, concepts, mental imagery, sensation, thought, etc. So how difficult is it? Is Cognition actually computable? Not all but some aspects of cognition can be computed today using computational linguistics, computing statistics, computational geometry, and computational learning.


To be honest, this is all tooottalllyyyy foreign to me, so I hope I don't sound like a complete idiot. I think I'm understanding the very basics of it.



posted on Jun, 5 2016 @ 03:09 PM
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Gosh I have been unable to participate in this thread for a few days, but have thought about this a lot. Seeing my niece graduate this weekend, on her way to UCLA...following her brother graduating next weekend....my heart was filled hope and sadness. A very significant part of the ceremony was to honor each branch of the military and the kids that had enlisted....oh gosh, let me try and express why these two things seem "connected" in some way to me.

The key speaker quoted a Miley Cyrus song, and for the most part these are "good" kids.....this whole.."anything goes"...and mind control of our youth should be taken very seriously !



posted on Jun, 5 2016 @ 03:40 PM
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Yes the Hey Kids youtube channel is controlled by rogue Nazi AI... *rolling my eyes*

Source for the existence of Nazi AI please?





(Don't take offence.. I just really wanted to say that, I wanted to know how it feels to be a skeptic. To be on the other end for once. But yeah, it's totally a Nazi AI gone rogue.)



posted on Jun, 5 2016 @ 03:53 PM
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TheLaughingGod

Just for the record, the OP was posed as a question, not stated as fact. So obviously no source exists stating empirically that the channel is operated by an AI.

If the YouTube channel in question is indeed operated by an AI then I think its safe to say its a little more than passing interested in the history of Naziism and the occult.

Do you have any further information that could help us get to the bottom of this mystery? Personally, I'm stuck. I have come across a number of 4chan threads this channel but, 4chan being what it is, information is scarce and sketchy at best.

Most of them seem to believe it is a scam to monetize YouTube videos but that doesn't make any sense. If you were wanting to run such a scam, why call any unwanted attention to your scam channel?

So many questions, so many inconsistencies, so few answers that feel concrete.



posted on Jun, 5 2016 @ 03:55 PM
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I just made this account because i always lurk and i searched #fingerfamily on instagram and you should go ahead and look for yourself. There are a bunch of videos of kids singing it and mothers writing stuff like "these are on repeat all day long
lol hahaha"... Its seriously #ed up. Kids watch this stuff so you know they stumble on the "Hey kids" page too... Just search it on instagram, kids legit watch and parents dont care...



posted on Jun, 5 2016 @ 03:56 PM
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a reply to: CagliostroTheGreat

Don't know, don't know... if I ever meet God, I would probably consider asking him this if I could remember.

Has anyone in this thread tried contacting the owner of the channel?



posted on Jun, 5 2016 @ 03:58 PM
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a reply to: TheLaughingGod

What would one say if they did contact the owner?



posted on Jun, 5 2016 @ 03:59 PM
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TheLaughingGod

As far as I know we haven't discovered definitively whom it is that owns the channel. Its been connected to a Facebook profile out of India. That's where thebabyseagull dugvup the Wipro connection, i believe.

A writer by the name Christopher Bloodworth has also been contacted, to no avail I believe.



posted on Jun, 5 2016 @ 05:48 PM
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a reply to: Ellie Sagan

What the hell is the purpose of these psycho videos of yours? Are you a serial killer?

I think we need to contact the FBI.. or the Indian equivalent maybe?

a reply to: CagliostroTheGreat

Aahhh.. didn't have time to read all 8 pages. Thanks for the summary.



posted on Jun, 6 2016 @ 04:18 AM
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timesofindia.indiatimes.com...


Obama announced his 'Computer Sciences for All' plan in his weekly address on Saturday as he emphasized on the need for teaching the subject as a "basic skill" to all children across schools in the country


If it turns out Wipro is behind this ,as suggested in the pastebin post,then it may be of some concern that earlier this year they signed a deal with the US government to be involved with the teaching of IT skills of all children in America.

The article suggests that they will be involved in the teaching of teachers rather than children,but still i think its of interest considering the brain washing min control aspect that has been brought up in this thread.

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