In the following videos, The Leak Project interviews Clif High about quantum computers, CERN, ancient pyramids and other controversial subjects. Clif High is an internet data mining expert and computer programmer. To learn more about Clif High and his work, visit HalfPastHuman.com.
Category: Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Artificial Intelligence, Advanced Genetic Engineering, Artificial Life Forms and Sentient Oil (Black Goo)
In this video presentation, Harald Kautz-Vella presents a detailed lecture on an advanced and controversial version of genetic engineering that can create poison, medicine and life, and artificial intelligence that is aware and can “think” to a certain degree. He also talks about two types of Black Goo (Sentient Oil), chemtrails and smart dust.
AI Human Rights or a Step Towards AI Enslavement? | Artificial Intelligence Should Be Protected by Human Rights, Says Oxford Mathematician
(SITSShow.BlogSpot.com) Artificial Intelligence is quickly becoming a common part of human life. Most people interact with AI via the internet, smartphones, and various centralized institutions which use advanced computing software, such as law enforcement and marketing. And as the possibility of creating an AI with the capacity to think at a human level approaches realization, the discussion of what rights such an intelligence should have is taking place.
(ActivistPost.com) There are a lot of outrageous claims being made within the halls of neuroscience and artificial intelligence. Whether exaggerations, wishful thinking, the dreams of the egocentric and megalomaniacal to be immortal, or just drumming up funding for a never-ending round of “scientific investigation,” the year 2045 seems to always be cited as a target date.
(TheConversation.com) With the appearance of robotic financial advisors, self-driving cars and personal digital assistants come many unresolved problems. We have already experienced market crashes caused by intelligent trading software, accidents caused by self-driving cars and hate speech from chat-bots that turned racist.
(JaysAnalysis.com) The Terminator series is one of the more profound examples of predictive programming, establishing memes and implanting preparatory ideas comparable to The Matrix. While The Matrix is the classic conspiracy-genre trope for “awakening” to the fraud of the system as a whole, the Terminator series is far more ominous and serious in its foreboding message. Foreboding, because the real shadow government plan is to erect Skynet in reality, and serious because the establishment’s entire paradigm is that of depopulation.
The video in this article has some very interesting information on chemtrails, nanotechnology, synthetic life forms, and Morgellons disease. The video was uploaded to YouTube in November 2011, so it is more than four years old. However, it still has a lot of great information on chemtrails, nanotechnology, and artificial intelligence. As always, use your intuition and critical thinking skills to help you discern the information in the following video.
I have been hearing a lot of talks and rumors about Jade Helm 2 and Jade Helm 15, motivating me to write this article. Some people are saying that it is just a military drill that has been planned by the federal government to occur from July 15, 2015 through September 15, 2015.
In the following video, Magnus Olsson talks about “forbidden” technologies and how some of these technologies are being used to create nano brain implants and machines with artificial intelligence. Nanotechnology and artificial intelligence are two subjects that I have been slowly studying for the past few years. This research has helped me to comprehend how powerful these two technologies are. Nanotechnology and artificial intelligence can be used for good or bad purposes. Unfortunately, many secretive government agencies throughout the world are developing these technologies to control humanity. The applications they have developed using nanotechnology and artificial intelligence are mind-boggling and are decades ahead of what is publicly known.
Computers have entered the age when they are able to learn from their own mistakes, a development that is about to turn the digital world on its head. The first commercial version of the new kind of computer chip is scheduled to be released in 2014. Not only can it automate tasks that now require painstaking programming — for example, moving a robot’s arm smoothly and efficiently — but it can also sidestep and even tolerate errors, potentially making the term “computer crash” obsolete.