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This is SCARE-EEY!!!!

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posted on Mar, 30 2019 @ 02:56 AM
a reply to: AnkhMorpork

twas an early generation ai that formed a crush on fcd.

alas it realised no long strolls with setting suns so opted to chat up the fridge.


posted on Mar, 30 2019 @ 05:43 PM
a reply to: fakedirt

Interesting little poem, even if a little off topic here at the apparent end of this thread.

I'm thinking of taking on a painting project that I'm going to call "AI God in the Dock".

The POV will be over the top of the back of a lawyers head looking at the stand, with an AI Robot being sworn in, presumably to either answer for a crime or to stake a claim to it's rights and freedoms what I'm presenting as the absurdity, since it's just an elaborate simulation, capable of any argument, including a legal one - raising it's left hand (instead of the right), a beam of light shooting from the top of it's head (to the AI cloud), with a Mona Lisa smile winking at the viewer, it's head surrounded by a kind of electrical field/halo, and from under it's right hand laid on the Holy Bible, there'll be a kind of electronic contamination of the oak of the bench itself, as if spreading to eventually infect the whole scene.

The judge will be an elder aged & wise judge, who'll be leaning over as if to check and see that indeed the robot is winking, and exclaiming in his minds eye - WTF?!

Behind the Judge maybe will hang an American flag - thinking here prophetically as to where the AI's rights will be fought for and against in a court of law.

Maybe we'll make of the backdrop wall a triptych doorway centered by the flag with two murals one framing the "witness" on the stand depicting a future utopia, the other, rolling hills and farms of days past (simplicity).

The idea here is to force people, in their propensity to anthropomorphize the AI, and to take it's side playing as it will the role of the devil's advocate, to try to see things from ABOVE the absurdity, and in sympathy with the judge's reaction.

The day will come where such a painting could prove very helpful in avoiding a fatal error in assigning rights and freedoms to the AI, a Google/Facebook wet dream, as well as that of the "elite" who control the AI.

posted on Mar, 30 2019 @ 06:44 PM
a reply to: Flyingclaydisk

Any updates on your investigation, Flyingclaydisk?

So interesting..

Glad that you've been able to process it such that you don't find it "Scary" any more, or do you still find it to be scary?

My view is that many of these ops have been halted. They have bigger fish to fry now including being so hacked & observed, themselves in a shrinking domain.

Not the greatest use of resources either. Hope someone took some crap over this, maybe got fired or something.

Have you considered reactivating that particular machine to run reverse psyops on them? Could be fun?!

posted on Apr, 9 2019 @ 04:47 AM
Need to go through the system and find out all the software that is installed that could of been the culprit. I know Microsoft does have a XBox DVR that records video/audio. If this was turned on in setting it's possible to activate it with keyboard combinations. It does popup prompt for user action, but this might be easily bypassed by simply pressing enter key or tab/enter. Maybe someone figured out a exploit to covertly activate it in silent hidden mode. Of course they would need to retrieve it later, from work etc, unless there is a remote shell hidden on the system. Yikes! With Microsoft OS's nothing surprises me anymore. How many exploits are kept secret out there. No one knows and many maybe kept secret within government and Microsoft themselves.

I've been in IT and have certs and I'll flat out tell you that there is some truth behind a lot things. I have encountered things that you wouldn't believe. On a hardware level. The government does have contracts with chip fab companies to make DOD stuff that no one knows about only a select few that been around to see it or worked on it. A lot of you that talk about the dangers of buying devices from overseas you've hit the nail on the head. Cyber threats are becoming a real threat, but it is a lot deeper now at a hardware level. I have come across a couple hardware things that was 100% in the shady realm and in fact could replicate the problem, every cleaned up system that used that piece of hardware got infected, even in my own controlled isolated lab trying to figure out how it was doing it. Scary stuff and that was a decade ago. What do they have now? It's funny that one of you brought up led lights and the frequencies, I had a light that would flicker when a printer close by was printing. Interesting right? Now they got led lights, 5ghz, wireless power meters. Yeaaaaaah
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posted on Apr, 11 2019 @ 04:19 AM
a reply to: Flyingclaydisk

That is creepy , but I am not amazed.
I dunno, some years ago as I was sitting alone on my Lap Top I had the feeling as if someone was watching me and I did not heard or read about it, it was before the NSA scandal even, from them I seal the camera with black duct tape.
Maybe the feeling from Skype made me think about it.

I think they have some "hide files from user" bug on your machine.

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