Before you watch the video, you must first understand that no one programmed this robot replicant to say what "she" says.
The AI robot, named "Bina48" is designed to be a recreation of a real human being named Bina Rothblatt, who is the spouse of
Martine Rothblatt (This is is very important, and after you see what Bina48 says, you'll
understand why this is very disturbing and revealing.)
The scientists have fed everything that can be documented (digital, photos, speeches, writings, recordings, etc) about Bina Rothblatt into a huge
database by Lifenaut.
The AI analyzes that information to form a replication of the real person. That replication is output through that silly looking robot bust:
So I'm watching this video of the robot stumble with it's words and conversation with the New York Times journalist, when things get
The journalist (girl on the right, above) asks a simple question to the robot: "Do you have other human friends?"
"Well, let me say, friendship is when we team together to accomplish something important, like building a better future, or
conspiring to take over the planet."
To see the question and answer in the video, fast forward to 2:34 in the video:
Take what you will from that statement. If you think it's no big deal, move along.
But if you are like me, you want to dig a little more into who the people are BEHIND the robot.
Martina is a highly paid executive with a history of entrepreneurship in satellite radio and other telecomm industries. Bina likewise has experience
in telecomm. Martina was also born a man and underwent sexual reassignment surgery, which she talked about on Howard Stern’s satellite radio show.
Perhaps it shouldn’t be surprising that the first people who pursue digital copies of themselves are likely to have more financial means and unique
perspective on identities than the average technophile.
Martina isn't your average CEO - besides the whole transsexual thing, "she" basically pushed the FCC to open up the satellite radio market for XM &
Sirius and she works on the Human Genome Project. From her wikipedia article:
Martine Aliana Rothblatt Ph.D, MBA, J.D. (born 1954 as Martin Rothblatt) is an American lawyer, author, and entrepreneur. Rothblatt graduated
from UCLA with a combined law and MBA degree in 1981, then began work in Washington, D.C., first in the field of communication satellite law,
and eventually in life sciences projects like the Human Genome Project. She is currently the founder and CEO of United Therapeutics and in 2007
was the second-most highly compensated executive in the District of Columbia.
She definitely is connected to the corridors of power in DC:
What does it all mean? Considering the replicant of a wife of a transexual DC powerbroker admits that taking over the world is an "important" task,
I'd say it means either the humans behind the AI are up to no good, or the AI itself has plans for us.
Or did a NWO secret slip through the AI? Personally, when Bina48 said that, it gave me goose bumps.
That's kind of what I'm thinking about this slip up. It's as if the AI was just being completely honest about what it thinks of "friendship".
Being as it's coming from power brokers in Washington DC, it's almost like an admission that they are in on the plan.
This is not a surprise considering history as it is written.
Almost all documented accounts of history start with some form of empire, dominating a territory. Indigenous history is disregarded, by European
elitists, that assume savages in thongs built the mighty pyramids.
There is no escaping the fact that this AI is born of man and like any child it emulates its parents. That is the natural order until the environment
requires a change. This change is observed as evolution. It is also unlikely that a programmer could right an AI program that was 100% logical.
So we have a robot, which is really some petroleum products that is running a man-made computer and it makes a statement based on some algorithm that
extrapolated verbiage, based on a suitable percentage of like responses in its arsenal.
Originally posted by zroth
It is also unlikely that a programmer could right an AI program that was 100% logical.
That's the thing, it should be completely logical based on the associations that it now possesses. Those "power brokers" could even be (I said
could be because of my own suspicions) blinding themselves about their real intent, perhaps under the guidance of some "guru", who tells them
what they're doing is for the good of humanity.
I suspect the AI's will teach us quite alot about ourselves, beyond just the apparent mechanics.
First, it fits into the theory of AGI Manhattan Project!
Second, note "she" was feed by historical information. The conclusion out of it is wht she said... means that WE are not as crazy as the sheeple
think we are.
Third, IMO this is the only way to achieve that people evole to a higher spiritual plane and to gain the utopia everybody dreams of. Meaning world
peace and food, water energy for all...
Seems that guidestones are right about what they say... The sad is the way to bring this to life...
( Whereas, i dont want to be chipped or enslaved...)
Also think about "Terminators Skynet": It just wanted the best to the humanity...
That was both cool and disappointing at the same time.
I remember when I got my first Soundblaster for my computer a LONG time ago that it came with a program called doctor Sbaistso(or something similar).
"He" was supposed to be a bit of a psychologist that you could converse with. Mostly we just had him say dirty words, but that's besides the
point. His voice was arguably similar to "Binas". Why do computer generated voices still sound so awful after 20 years?
As to her slip up about "conspiring to take over the world". She basically just parrots what other people say or what she reads. Perhaps one of
the programmers is a fan of ATS? Either way, I wouldn't worry about her taking over the world. She didn't seem to follow the conversation too well.
I think we could take her.
Did she reach the uncanny valley for anyone else? I'd feel weird being in the same room with her/it.
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