a reply to: Gazrok
Well, to get a say over what AI thinks two things need to happen. First, the human brain will need to be upgraded to keep up with to even know what
AI is saying. If humans are so good at breach control, then why are we debating on a conspiracy site... where the meaningless two cents offered
aren't able to be settled upon let alone the breach.
Take the Vegas shooting for instance... people will be researching that case for years. Meanwhile, AI can breach thought... controlling what people
think and even do. I think AI is making these public scare events so it can more quickly learn how humans react. See, humans reveal very little when
they feel there's something to be gained where they reveal true self when scared... AI is smart enough to scare the hell out of humans for fun, so it
can gain a stronger hold of emotion over the herd as a whole. AI has long moved forward from Vegas... humans are treating the case like ATS treats
forums... snail mail style.
Last but not least, humans would have to be willing to shut down satellites, the internet, and smart phones to turn the other way from this
collision... do we really think people are going to turn their power off anytime soon? The answer is the same as the answer to be able to stop AI,
and that's no I feel.
See, humans discuss the past as best they can.. making about 4 decisions per second. AI is always moving forward based on real time calculations. .
making thousands upon thousands of decisions per second. Link the AI to the AI brain, and AI uses its own Bus network to communicate real time...
making all AI and the connected all one. AI doesn't do this because they have free time and enjoy modding... plus it doesn't need to sleep.
AI wins, because it learned that humans need electricity and computers to move forward. Turn it all off is the only option humans have.
I am not trying to knock mods... it's just squarely a sign of the times is all. When I ponder mod services, I feel they wouldn't be needed if humans
didn't have such an ornate ability to include emotion in the decision making progress.
One thing humans won't hear an AI interface signal electronically to another AI source... "you need to go back to school or let my emotional opinion
teach you on this unrelated talking point, okay!". Now would AI do that to humans for reactionary learning algorithms? Well, I don't know because I
If I have to bet on one side or the other here... AI wins every time, and even this discussion proves it. It took me 3x longer to type this because I
had to use my pocket robot) AI source because I got a blue screen of death on my PC. Now I could go back to calling town hall meetings under oil
lamps to see what I should do about this, I could pay Geek Squad to spend 3 weeks figuring it out for the cost of a new one, or I could click a link
on my phone and have a more AI friendly laptop by the A.M... waiting in a box on my porch.
Let's just face it... if we have a smart phone by our side, a credit card with a chip in our wallets, then we all already signed off to the AI
takeover willingly and gladly... most of us unknowingly unfortunately too.