|November 12th, 2017||#1|
Join Date: Jul 2016
Location: Pre-Rapture, USA
2D Hologram "people" at Airports
They will 'serve' the community in ways such as sign language at airports, etc...This is how AI and facial recognition will be used to blur the lines between reality and fantasy. Starts out as 'helpful' and benign technology, later on the analytics will be used to optimize their control over the population, not just grow a business or marketing or 'helpfulness', contrary to their 'helpful and good for marketing' spiel.
They took our jobs!!!
This is kind of like the dynamic with 'reality tv'. It is staged tv and very un'real', yet labeled 'reality'. This is going to further obfuscate what is 'human' and what is not.
"Some people get uncomfortable with technology getting too close to the human experience".
The 10% who dislike it, according to the last vid, all use the same word. "Creepy".
Of course we do, you nut, it IS creepy!
He tries to margainalize that opinion by citing that '90% of people think it's really cool'.
They also like Britney Spears 'music', watch cat ringing doorbell videos, and go to megadomes, so who cares?
But as he describes, they will make them more 'animated' looking to make the 'creeped out' feeling 'go away'.
...Then they get people dependent on the technology, and before you know it, it's part of everyday life.
This is integrating an interaction with facial recognition and dependence on technology that is bad, IMO. We could use these things for good purposes, but they are funding and dominating the industry to go in a certain direction, (((global control))), using it for very bad means, me thinks.
"We will never get off this rock until these things are gone along with the jews that enable it."--Ray Allan
|November 13th, 2017||#2|
Join Date: May 2014
Location: Prison Planet Destructon Quadrant 6
Carrie Fisher's "Help me, Obi-Wan Kenobi" hologram from Star Wars is as creepy as I want this stuff to get.
"Military men are dumb, stupid animals to be used as pawns for foreign policy."
--Henry A. Kissinger, jewish politician and advisor