BUCKLE UP TIGHT FOR THIS… THIS RIDE IS GOING TO BE VERY BUMPY!
Before you find out what is in the video and article below, first it would be wise to connect a few dots. Without question, there is some background information you MUST have first to fully appreciate the video. To begin with, if you’ve followed me for any length of time, then you know I’ve been screaming from the rooftops the dangers of the ingestible RFID chips that DAARPA, GOOGLE, and the Department of Defense have been working on. Why is that significant? Because the artificial intelligence program running Operation Jade Helm would prefer we all have those chips in us, so it could keep better track of us, but just wait… it gets MUCH worse.
In my post titled, Jade Helm Merged With Pentagon’s Biological Technology Office, I told you about the artificial intelligence horror show being run by our military right now which someone appropriately named “Skynet,” after the mankind killing machine in the Terminator movies.
RECOGNIZE DEFENSE SECRETARY HAGEL HERE?
NO… THIS IS NOT A JOKE!
The software that is coordinating Operation Jade Helm (aka the Martial Law rehearsal going on in about 30 states – See links below), is powered by a company named, “Palantir,” and we know Palantir was funded by the CIA, and run by none other than Bilderberg’s Chief thug Peter Thiel. What we don’t know is whether Bilderberg Chief Peter Thiel asked the CIA to fund and build the computer for him and the Bilderberg elites, or if the CIA funded and built the machine, and then asked Thiel to run it.
Either way, the CIA’s Frankenstein is being run by the New World Order’s Top Henchman, using YOUR tax dollars, positioning military assets at an alarming rate all over the country, and WE are the pawns.
HOLD ON… IT’S ABOUT TO GET ROUGH…
Back in February I put out two posts that almost no one read. People probably thought they were crazy conspiracy theory stuff, but nothing could be further from the truth. A well funded research group known as INSURGE INTELLIGENCE, a new crowd-funded investigative journalism project, broke the exclusive story of how the United States intelligence community funded, nurtured and incubated Google as part of a drive to dominate the world through control of information. Seed-funded by the NSA and CIA, Google was merely the first among a plethora of private sector start-ups co-opted by US intelligence to retain ‘information superiority.’
YOU MIGHT WANT TO READ THAT AGAIN…
That research team published two articles that are lengthy but cross every “t” and dot every “i.” That fact is, The C.I.A. Made Google, and Google Made the NSA. Scoff all you want, but if you don’t read the proof, don’t waste my time telling me it’s not true. It’s every bit as true as the sky being blue, so read it. Anyway, in the post titled, Google Made the NSA, INSURGE INTELLIGENCE reveals the following:
THE WAR MACHINE
In September 2013, the website of the Montery Institute for International Studies’ Cyber Security Initiative (MIIS CySec) posted a final version of a paper on ‘cyber-deterrence’ by CIA consultant Jeffrey Cooper, vice president of the US defense contractor SAIC and afounding member of the Pentagon’s Highlands Forum. The paper was presented to then NSA director Gen. Keith Alexander at a Highlands Forum session titled ‘Cyber Commons, Engagement and Deterrence’ in 2010.
Gen. Keith Alexander (middle), who served as director of the NSA and chief of the Central Security Service from 2005 to 2014, as well as commander of the US Cyber Command from 2010 to 2014, at the 2010 Highlands Forum session on cyber-deterrence
MIIS CySec is formally partnered with the Pentagon’s Highlands Forum through an MoU signed between the provost and Forum president Richard O’Neill, while the initiative itself is funded by George C. Lee: the Goldman Sachs executive who led the billion dollar valuations of FACEBOOK, Google, eBay, and other tech companies.
ALL THAT SUMMED UP IN ONE SENTENCE, WE CAN SAY:
Every alphabet federal agency is wired in with this new artificial intelligence that is currently experimenting with our military, and is run by the world’s elite Bilderberg group. None of that is conjecture. Now comes the rocket boosters… I’m going to bring it all home… ready?
It goes without saying that the Rockefeller’s are one of the global elite, and of course they are members of Bilderberg and every other secret society on the planet, not the least to which is the banking cartels. Well, I bet you didn’t know Mark Zuckerberg is David Rockefeller’s Grandson. Yep You heard that right! NOW, when you hear Facebook is shifting to artificial intelligence… and you know who Zuckerberg is dialed in with, and you know what THEY are doing with this massive Skynet program… whoa. That’s all I can say. Whoa.
IMAGINE INTEGRATING FACEBOOK WITH ALL THAT… MY GOD…
YOU WON’T HAVE PRIVACY ANOTHER MINUTE OF YOUR LIFE: EVER!
So, now let’s get to what Facebook is up to with Artificial Intelligence. Zuckerberg says Facebook’s artificial intelligence will be designed to be better than humans at vision, hearing etc. His Frankenstein system will not only be able to see and hear better than us, but it will be able to understand the context of posts and what is in them. All of this is meant to be a building block toward eventually reading and sending our thoughts through communication devices… “to better share experiences with friends,” Zuckerberg says.
AND IF YOU BELIEVE THAT… I’VE GOT SOME OCEAN FRONT PROPERTY IN ARIZONA I’D LIKE TO SELL YOU!
What’s Facebook working on in its three AI labs? A way to understand exactly what you share so it can serve that content to people with matching interests.
Today in a public Q&A on his Facebook Page, CEO Mark Zuckerberg gave a closer look at why Facebook is investing in AI, as well as detailing his philosophy on happiness, exercise and the future of the company.
At the end of 2013, Facebook poached NYU’s top “deep learning” professor Yann LeCun to head up a new AI lab in New York. It’s since opened another in Menlo Park at Facebook’s HQ, and just this month added a Paris AI lab.
Still, the company’s always been a bit vague about how AI will improve its product, beyond saying it will boost the relevance of the News Feed. It revealed some back-end recognition tech at F8, but was cagey about exactly how it would be used.
Today we got more info. When asked to “tell us more about the AI initiatives that Facebook are involved in,” Zuckerberg replied:
“Most of our AI research is focused on understanding the meaning of what people share.
For example, if you take a photo that has a friend in it, then we should make sure that friend sees it. If you take a photo of a dog or write a post about politics, we should understand that so we can show that post and help you connect to people who like dogs and politics.
In order to do this really well, our goal is to build AI systems that are better than humans at our primary senses: vision, listening, etc.
For vision, we’re building systems that can recognize everything that’s in an image or a video. This includes people, objects, scenes, etc. These systems need to understand the context of the images and videos as well as whatever is in them.
For listening and language, we’re focusing on translating speech to text, text between any languages, and also being able to answer any natural language question you ask.
You can imagine how AI would let Facebook scan a photo you upload, recognize the people, places, and things in it, then show it to people with similar interests, while also showing you more posts about this stuff in the future.
Zuck’s comments on AI for listening also reveal more about the strategy of Facebook’s secretiveLanguage Technology Group. Facebook has been quietly staffing up the department, and early this year acquired Wit.AI, a Y Combinator startup that builds voice interface APIs for apps. Facebook also announced it’s begun testing a feature where you can record a voice snippet into Messenger, and the company’s technology will transcribe it into text so the recipient can read it rather than listen.
Transcription and translation technology could fuel Facebook’s mission to connect the whole world. Removing language barriers could allow people from cultures that have historically had tense relations to become friends. Messenger seeks to be “cross-platform” but you still have to consume messages in the format they were created. Speech AI could one day let you type into Messenger, then let a friend listen to it as audio while they’re driving or have their hands full. They could speak back, and let you read a transcription while you’re in a noisy or silent room.
And of course, Facebook could potentially use the same artificial intelligence algorithms to mine meaning and interests out of your speech or messages, as well as your News Feed posts.
More Q&A With Zuck
Here are a few more highlights from the CEO’s Internet town hall today, emphasis mine.
When asked what happiness means to him, Zuckerberg said:
“To me, happiness is doing something meaningful that helps people and that I believe in with people I love… I don’t believe it is possible to have fun every day. But I do believe it is possible to do something meaningful that helps people people every day.”
Renowned physicist Stephen Hawking wrote: “I would like to know a unified theory of gravity and the other forces. Which of the big questions in science would you like to know the answer to and why?” Zuck’s response:
“I’m most interested in questions about people. What will enable us to live forever? How do we cure all diseases? How does the brain work? How does learning work and how we can empower humans to learn a million times more?
I’m also curious about whether there is a fundamental mathematical law underlying human social relationships that governs the balance of who and what we all care about. I bet there is.“
The Terminator himself Arnold Schwarzenegger asked: “Mark, I always tell people that nobody is too busy to exercise, especially if Popes and Presidents find time. You’ve got to be one of the busiest guys on the planet, and younger generations can probably relate to you more than they can the Pope – so tell me how you find time to train and what is your regimen like? And by the way – will the machines win?” He said:
Staying in shape is very important. Doing anything well requires energy, and you just have a lot more energy when you’re fit.
I make sure I work out at least three times a week — usually first thing when I wake up. I also try to take my dog running whenever I can, which has the added bonus of being hilarious because that basically like seeing a mop run.
And no, the machines don’t win
The Future Of Facebook
When asked what Facebook will do next, Zuckerberg explained:
Here are a few important trends in human communication that we hope to improve.
First, people are gaining the power to share in richer and richer ways. We used to just share in text, and now we post mainly with photos. In the future video will be even more important than photos. After that, immersive experiences like VR will become the norm. And after that, we’ll have the power to share our full sensory and emotional experience with people whenever we’d like.
Second, people are gaining the power to communicate more frequently. We used to have to be with someone in person. Then we had these bulky computers at our desks or that we could carry around. Now we have these incredible devices in our pockets all the time, but we only use them periodically throughout the day. In the future, we’ll have AR and other devices that we can wear almost all the time to improve our experience and communication.
One day, I believe we’ll be able to send full rich thoughts to each other directly using technology. You’ll just be able to think of something and your friends will immediately be able to experience it too if you’d like. This would be the ultimate communication technology.
Our lives improve as our communication tools get better in many ways. We can build richer relationships with the people we love and care about. We know about what’s going on in the world and can make better decisions in our jobs and lives. We are also more informed and can make better decisions collectively as a society. This increase in the power people have to share is one of the major forces driving the world today.
By: Voice of Reason