The following is a response to a question I asked Ignoranceisn’tbliss on his site concerning the elites’ quest for GooglePlex Cloud Artificial Intelligence and whether or not they believe they can control it:
With all they wish to gain from it I don’t think they care whether or not they can. They put forward silly ideas of creating “friendly AI”, but after years of thinking about this the only safe bet that I can see would be to connect majority of humanity into it neurologically, so that in effect it would be killing itself. Many of these mad scientists even admit that the only way humans would be able to dream of competing or staying even near par with the machines would be to enhance our own brains, but by the time you do that you’re pretty much connected to it just the same.
“Connect with it neurologically.”
What does that sound like to you?
If you said ‘The Matrix’, give yourself a treat.
I recommend you go to IIB’s site. He has done extensive research into DARPA, the MIC, Google and their links with the globalists.
You won’t be disappointed.
Speaking of Google:
Google has fixed an a potentially devastating bug in its newly released Android operating system.
Some users of T-Mobile’s G1 phone found that typing any word on the phone’s keyboard — in any application — sent whatever they typed to the phone’s command line shell.
Those commands were then executed with root user privileges, meaning there were no limitations on what the commands could do to the phone. For instance, texting the word ‘reboot’ would actually cause the phone to do so.
“We fixed the bug on Oct. 31 and are currently rolling out the fix to G1 devices,” a Google spokesperson told Wired.com. Not all G1 phones may have been fixed though as T-Mobile is rolling out the patch in stages and there could be some phones still to be updated.
The bug affected almost all G1 phones and not just phones that had been “jailbroken” (hacked to work with unauthorized applications).
“This bug does affect users of G1 running RC29 and earlier,” says the Google spokesperson. “RC30 fixes this issue and it is not present in the emulator.” RC29 and RC30 refer to updates to the Android firmware.
I don’t own a phone sophisticated enough to run the Android software, so I don’t worry about this little problem.
But the Android Software is instrumental for the upcoming GooglePlex computing Cloud and eventual AI generation.
Are you an Android?
And now, a Singularity warning from Scott Adams: http://www.dilbert.com/fast/2008-11-11/
Charlie Stross isn’t happy about that, Scott beat him to the punch about the story concept!
And from a vet to all other vets out there, Happy Veterans Day to all and thanks!
Many people I have been in contact with during the past two years are good folk and mean well.
To most, President-elect Obama is seen as a vastly superior improvement over the fascist Bu$hco Regime and believe that the idea of the American Federal Empire will end.
Possibly for the former, not even close for the latter!
Is Dad a closet fascist? What’s his beef with Obama?
I don’t have a personal beef with the Obamanator. In fact, I’m glad a neo-communist-like Clinton Centrist got selected, it means the chances of some scraps falling from the elites banquet table onto the floor is vastly increased.
So that means even more corpo-government snooping into our stuff, but my family probably won’t be living under a bridge in the foreseeable future.
Call me selfish, but my family comes first, sorry.
But as long as the InnerTubes are still “free” to a certain extent, I’m going to post both sides to the story.
In that spirit, here’s a little news from Pakistan that’s not going to stop any time soon, even after Obama takes the Oath of Office:
At least 10 people are dead after the latest U.S. killer drone strike on the border region of Pakistan.
Four missiles slammed into a suspected Al Qaeda training camp in Kumsham village, in North Waziristan province. Casualty counts vary: Local reports say ten were killed; a Pakistani military official tells the AFP that “between 11 to 14 militants, mainly foreigners, were killed in the strike.”
On Monday, Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari warned the new U.S. commander for Iraq and Afghanistan, General David Petraeus, that the attacks were “counterproductive” and could harm the battle for hearts and minds here…
Official sources, however, admit privately that successful U.S. strikes benefit Pakistan’s military efforts to eliminate foreign militants on its soil. ( link )
Like the centrist Clinton before him, Obama is going to wage Imperial War using AI technology instead of live soldiers. ( link )
Doubt me? Check this:
Let’s say you happen to be amongst the puppeteers who run the big show from behind the scenes. Like if you were one of the many deeply embedded in the Military Industrial Complex, the central banking scheme, the Big 5 Media, etc. You know, the people that steer (electioneer) and even rig the elections. The “Disaster Capitalists” whose portfolios are set to make profits off of any and nearly all disasters. The people who seek world government aka global domination, and who use the United States as the machine to make that a reality.
Well if you’re one of these people then you face a serious problem: you can’t control a system when most of its population doesn’t trust you. Likewise, you can’t control an alert population. Most importantly: you can’t maintain a system of quiet domination when the youth of it are angry, and are making noise in the streets. Enter Obama.
To maintain a hegemonic system of never ending perpetual war -bent on global domination- you need a subdued and dumbed down citizenry. In particular, you need the youth not only ignorant to the hard truth, but you also need them to believe in your government. Therefore, the more cult-like you can get them the better. ( link )
US President-elect Barack Obama has appointed a team of high-level advisers including billionaire investor Warren Buffett and Google Chief Executive Eric Schmidt to guide his thoughts on the economy ahead of taking office on January 20,” the Telegraph report stated.
The team, to be called the Transition Economic Advisory Board (TEAB), will meet for the first time in Chicago today to discuss the state of the economy and the prospect of taking early action.
Warren Buffett, Chairman and CEO, Berkshire Hathaway, would participate through speakerphone in the meeting.
Further, the report stated that Obama might use this opportunity to appoint his first Treasury Secretary.
The advisory board has 17 members including former Fed Chairman Paul Volcker, whose name has also been connected with the Treasury job, and former Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin, who would also be at the meeting at the Chicago Hilton today, the daily said.
At present, Robert Rubin is Chairman and Director of the Executive Committee of global financial services major Citigroup.( link )
We must always be vigilant and mindful of the bigger picture here folks, do not be sucked in by slick hucksters who claim to be Saviors and Messiahs.
Because in the end, there is no such thing as a free lunch and everything comes with a price.
In an initiative energized by Google Vice-President and Chief Internet Evangelist Vint Cerf, the International Space Station could be testing a brand new way of communicating with Earth. In 2009, it is hoped that the ISS will play host to an Interplanetary Internet prototype that could standardize communications between Earth and space, possibly replacing point-to-point single use radio systems customized for each individual space mission since the beginning of the Space Age.
This partnership opens up some exciting new possibilities for the future of communicating across vast distances of the Solar System. Manned and robotic space craft will be interconnected via a robust interplanetary network without the problems associated with incompatible communication systems…
“The project started 10 years ago as an attempt to figure out what kind of technical networking standards would be useful to support interplanetary communication,” Cerf said in a recent interview. “Bear in mind, we have been flying robotic equipment to the inner and outer planets, asteroids, comets, and such since the 1960’s. We have been able to communicate with those robotic devices and with manned missions using point-to-point radio communications. In fact, for many of these missions, we used a dedicated communications system called the Deep Space Network (DSN), built by JPL in 1964.”
Indeed, the DSN has been the backbone of interplanetary communications for decades, but an upgrade is now required as we have a growing armada of robotic missions exploring everything from the surface of Mars to the outermost regions of the Solar System. Wouldn’t it be nice if a communication network could be standardized before manned missions begin moving beyond terrestrial orbit?
On the observational mainstream surface, the concept makes good, logical sense.
I cannot make any additional, knowledgable comments because my expertise in InnerTube Networking is limited at best, even though I am an experienced ‘user’. I simply find the ‘architecture’ aspect overwhelming.
Okay, I’ll make a guess ( so I lied about not commenting ); From what I get from this is that each planet, moon, artificial satellite and probe will have its own individual ‘Internet.’ Each local network will then send time delayed TCP/IP ‘packets’ to each other, thus linking up to the major Earth Google-Plex.
The deal breaker is the light-speed delay, but this should be negated somewhat by a hardy ‘time delayed’ TCP/IP protocol.
It would seem to me that would require more memory packed into even smaller physical entities.
Quantum computing to the rescue?
Or perhaps the GooglePlex AI needs to happen first?