Why Hackers And Governments Steal Your Private Data?

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Data Is Eveything!

Without Data there is no creation…there is NO thing!

No computers, no programs and applications….not even YOU!

The latest hype in science is Gene-Editing Technology. This’ very telling about the Simulation Hypothesis

We’ll leave that for now… for another topic another time.

We’ll focus on DATA:

Data is at the core of Artificial Intelligence (and that’s YOU!) , BIG DATA at that!

Therefore, it is VERY IMPORTANT you keep your (private) DATA safe!

You lock your house doors, windows and the front gates…do the same for your private data and you will thank yourself for that!

In the world of Duality (polarity), everything works both ways like a double-edge knife.

Data creates Data destroys!

He who controls data controls everything!

Lately, in Malaysia the telco breach millions of telephone users’ data got their way into the hands of hackers

The worrying part is that the government IT watchdog MCMC blocked the website sayakenahack.com, which exposed the data robbery, instead of going after the data thieves.


Any questions?


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The Quantum Entangled Mind

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When you ask someone, “What’s on your mind?”, is it the same as asking, “What are you thinking?” ?

Without thinking most would probably answer a yes. The question now, “Is the brain the mind as well?”. Apparently not, not according to philosophers, scientists and researchers.The brain has always been thought of as like a processor in the computer. The mind is quite something else. Its linked to thoughts and the consciousness. Conceivably, the conscious mind is the enquirer, posing the problem and the brain processes and dishes out the answer/solution.

Researches on what’s going on in our heads have been going on since the days of the great “thinkers” Heraclitus, Socrates, and Plato right to this day.

It seems like nothing is going on in our heads. Yes, the brain is there of course and no one is arguing about that, but the more we start to think about them, the more perplex it becomes.

I gathered below some related articles and reports in the hope that one topic could reconcile with another to paint a clearer picture of what is and not. There are three separate topics:

  1. Brain
  2. Mind
  3. Consciousness

With Quantum Computing making its appearance soon, its also a good idea to tie it into our heads.

Your brain is not a computer

No matter how hard they try, brain scientists and cognitive psychologists will never find a copy of Beethoven’s 5th Symphony in the brain – or copies of words, pictures, grammatical rules or any other kinds of environmental stimuli. The human brain isn’t really empty, of course. But it does not contain most of the things people think it does – not even simple things such as ‘memories’

Our shoddy thinking about the brain has deep historical roots, but the invention of computers in the 1940s got us especially confused. For more than half a century now, psychologists, linguists, neuroscientists and other experts on human behaviour have been asserting that the human brain works like a computer.

… computers really do operate on symbolic representations of the world. They really store and retrieve. They really process. They really have physical memories. They really are guided in everything they do, without exception, by algorithms.

Humans, on the other hand, do not – never did, never will. Given this reality, why do so many scientists talk about our mental life as if we were computers? Read more

A new theory of consciousness: the mind exists as a field connected to the brain

Today, philosophers and scientists are involved in rigorous research on consciousness and now, at the confluence quantum physics and neuroscience, a theory emerges of a mental field we each have, existing in another dimension and behaving in some ways like a black hole, reports Tara MacIsaac at Epoch Times

What is consciousness?

What is the connection between the brain and the mind? Where is the mind located?

Dr. Dirk K.F. Meijer, a professor at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands published an article in the September 2017 edition of NeuroQuantology that reviews and expands upon the current theories of consciousness that arise from the meeting of neuroscience and quantum physics.

He writes: “Our brain is not a ‘stand alone’ information processing organ: it acts as a central part of our integral nervous system with recurrent information exchange with the entire organism and the cosmos. In this study, the brain is conceived to be embedded in a holographic structured field that interacts with resonant sensitive structures in the various cell types in our body.”

Essentially, Meijer hypothesizes that our consciousness exists in a field surrounding the brain. This field is in another dimension. It shares information with the brain through quantum entanglement, among other methods. And it has certain similarities with a black hole.

A new theory based on quantum entanglement says your mind exists in another dimension

Australian philosopher and cognitive scientist David Chalmers once phrased the question: “how can something immaterial like subjective experience and self-consciousness arise from a material brain?”

Chalmers and countless philosophers and scientists throughout the ages have battled with this question to end all questions, and still we don’t have a clear answer.

Principles of quantum physics may explain how the mind processes information

…our consciousness could be sharing information with the brain through quantum entanglement.

Quantum entanglement is a phenomenon in which particles appear to be connected over vast distances. When actions are performed on one of the particles, corresponding changes are observed on the other simultaneously. This would allow for rapid processes like the fast exchange of information between consciousness and the brain — rapid processes which can’t be explained with classical physics.

Quantum Entanglement and Quantum Computing

John Preskill, the Richard P. Feynman Professor of Theoretical Physics, is himself deeply entangled in the quantum world. Different rules apply there, and objects that obey them are now being made in our world, as he explains at 8:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 3, 2013, in Caltech’s Beckman Auditorium.

So what’s “entanglement?”

It’s the correlations between the parts of a system. Suppose you have a 100-page book with print on every page. If you read 10 pages, you’ll know 10 percent of the contents. And if you read another 10 pages, you’ll learn another 10 percent. But in a highly entangled quantum book, if you read the pages one at a time—or even 10 at a time—you’ll learn almost nothing. The information isn’t written on the pages. It’s stored in the correlations among the pages, so you have to somehow read all of them at once.

There’s another important difference: If Alice and Bob both read this morning’s New York Times, they will have perfectly correlated information. And if Charlie comes along and reads the same paper later on, he will be just as strongly correlated with Alice as Alice is with Bob, and Bob will be just as correlated with Charlie as he is with Alice. But if Alice reads her quantum newspaper and Bob reads his, they will learn almost nothing until they get together and share their information. Now, when Charlie comes along, Alice and Bob have already used up all their ability to be entangled, and he’s completely left out. Entanglement is monogamous—if Alice and Bob are as entangled as they can be, neither of them can entangle with Charlie at all. So if Alice wants to be entangled with both Bob and Charlie, there’s a limit to how entangled she can be with either one. They have to work out some sort of compromise.

What Is Quantum Computing?

The Power of Quantum Computers

When you enter the world of atomic and subatomic particles, things begin to behave in unexpected ways. In fact, these particles can exist in more than one state at a time. It’s this ability (quantum entanglement) that quantum computers take advantage of.

Instead of bits, which conventional computers use, a quantum computer uses quantum bits—known as qubits. To illustrate the difference, imagine a sphere. A bit can be at either of the two poles of the sphere, but a qubit can exist at any point on the sphere. So, this means that a computer using qubits can store an enormous amount of information and uses less energy doing so than a classical computer. By entering into this quantum area of computing where the traditional laws of physics no longer apply, we will be able to create processors that are significantly faster (a million or more times) than the ones we use today.

To sum it all up, the keyword is “Quantum”. I think quantum computingwill solve and provide the answers to our questions about what’s really in our heads and what’s going on therein. The quantum entanglement theory will in the end reveal who we humans really are and finally prove the Simulation Hypothesis is a fact and as Elon Musk said that its a billion to one chance that we’re not in the Matrix.

In the end there’s really nothing or anything going on in the head after all as we thought, as the quantum mind with consciousness may well be operating from somewhere else, in another dimension if you like.



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#Facebook and #Google Are Actually ‘Net States.’ And They Rule the World

Alexis Wichowski | Wired
Like nation-states, they’re a wildly diverse bunch. Some are the equivalent to global superpowers: the Googles, the Facebooks, the Twitters. Others are mere gatherings of pranksters, like Lulzsec (whose sole purpose for action is “for the lulz”—the laughs). Others still are paramilitary operations, such as GhostSec, an invite-only cyberarmy specifically created to target ISIS.

“We reject: kings, presidents, and voting. We believe in: rough consensus and running code.” So declared MIT professor David D. Clark in 1992. Twenty-five years later, this sentiment mirrors the global zeitgeist more than ever. The American public distrusts government in record numbers. Other nation-states disdain the US to world-historical degrees. A non-nation-state, Facebook, just topped 2 billion users—more than a quarter of the world’s population, surpassing even China’s population by almost 40 percent. In short, nation-states are not the only game in town anymore.

It is time to name this new landscape. The world is no longer dominated by nation-states alone. We have moved into a non-state, net-state era.

Why “net-states”? Because the world is no longer neatly divided into states (countries like the US, France, and India) and non-states (terrorist organizations like ISIS and al Qaeda). Ever since Barbara Ehrenreich’s 2011 article “Coming to a Theater Near You: War Without Humans” described the “emergence of a new kind of enemy, so-called non-state actors,” the term transformed into a fancy way of saying “bad guy.” Now we need new language to describe the non-state, non-bad-guys. I propose “net-states.”

Net-states are digital non-state actors, without the violence. Like nation-states, they’re a wildly diverse bunch. Some are the equivalent to global superpowers: the Googles, the Facebooks, the Twitters. Others are mere gatherings of pranksters, like Lulzsec (whose sole purpose for action is “for the lulz”—the laughs). Others still are paramilitary operations, such as GhostSec, an invite-only cyberarmy specifically created to target ISIS. There are also hacktivist collectives like Anonymous and Wikileaks.

Regardless of their differences in size and raison d’etre, net-states of all stripes share three key qualities: They exist largely online, enjoy international devotees, and advance belief-driven agendas that they pursue separate from, and at times, above, the law.

Take Google, for instance. In 2013, the company launched an anti-censorship initiative called Project Shield, a sort of online safe haven for news sites censored by their national governments. Democratic countries like the US may laud such efforts, but in countries where Project Shield has been deployed across Asia and Africa—where free speech is not necessarily protected—those governments would be well within their rights to see Google’s actions as both disruptive and illegal. While Project Shield may be branded a business practice that generates good PR for the company, it also embodies Google’s fundamental doctrine to bring about positive change in the world. As co-founder Sergey Brin put it in a 2014 interview, “the societal goal is our primary goal.”

Anonymous—the hackers and pranksters most famous for the Operation Chanology protest movement against Scientology—occupies a very different role from Google among net-states. It’s not a business; it’s not even an official, card-carrying membership organization.

But Anonymous, too, dabbles in actions traditionally in the domain of government. For instance, after the terrorist attacks in Paris in November 2015, Anonymous disabled between 5,500 and 20,000 ISIS-backed Twitter accounts within 48 hours. Governments have their own official channels to shut down terrorist social media accounts too, but doing so legally at such a large scale likely generates a tad more paperwork than can be processed in just two days.

It’s worth pausing for a moment to consider the point of all this. With deaths by terrorism steadily rising each year, does placing a new name on our already extant world order do anything to actually make us safer?

I argue that it does, because nation-states need a wake-up call: The world needs net-states in order to defeat the non-states. We’re not beating them on our own. To win information-era wars, countries need to recognize the power of the net-states, not as an ancillary locale of assembly in the cyberspace, but as critical entities wielding the kind of power and influence necessary to go toe-to-toe with non-state actors.

The world needs net-states, because they occupy the same territory as the non-states: the digital sphere. As such, they understand their norms and tactics far more than a land-war, Cold-War era strategist ever could. Major General Michael K. Nagata, commander of American special operations forces in the Middle East, circled this idea back in 2014, in a leaked confidential conversation about ISIS. He said, “We do not understand the movement, and until we do, we are not going to defeat it. We have not defeated the idea. We do not even understand the idea.”

Failure to understand the idea is part of why the US continues to be stuck in the war on terror. And the US is indeed stuck: Secretary of defense James Mattis confirmedthat in June, saying in a briefing to Congress, “We are not winning in Afghanistan,” His commanders have classified the 16 years of war a “stalemate.” And without the net-states, the war will likely continue to be one.

The US airstrikes acolytes by the thousands as if they were Old World beasts they can hunt to extinction. But deploying traditional military tactics in battles of belief are the equivalent of setting bear traps for ghosts: They’re not going to work. They’re not relying on the wrong weapons; they’re relying on the wrong worldview. And even purportedly innovative tactics, like government-generated counter-terrorism messaging, while logical in theory, relies on the same outdated perspective (see “Think Again Turn Away,” the State Department’s failed attempt at targeting ISIS Twitter accounts with direct rebuttals). It’s like hearing your parents tell you that drugs are bad. What we need are the cool kids to say it. We need the net-states to say it.

So, nation-states, adapt. And don’t just acknowledge net-states; work with them. Incorporate information-era savvy alongside military campaigns. The risk of not doing so is to lose the faith of the people. Worse, failure to adapt to the information age unwittingly nudges the population ever closer to “reject kings and voting”, to instead embrace “rough consensus and running code.” In other words, forget the anointed powers—put your faith in the general approval of the people and whoever’s actually getting things done. Honestly, when faced with the question of who gets the will of the people today, how many of us would really say “the United States” over “Google”?

In sum, the US can’t keep just shooting terrorists; ideas are the gun in this knife fight. And the keepers of ideas – the places people turn to set them free and watch them spread – are the net-states; not the nation-states. Nation-states ignore our non-state, net-state world order at all our peril.




#AI New World Order In The Making?


Hawk-eyed big brother is intensely watching the massive buildup of the Artificial Intelligence (AI) stage, which they of course very well would if they want to continue and preserve their control.

What better way to release their warning other than it comes from their own establishment – The United Nations

Artificial Intelligence Could Destabilize The world, UN Research Institute Warns

The unnerving as-hellfire warning from the United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI) comes in prior to the opening of Center for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics in The Hague – UN’s first center focused on Artificial Intelligence and the conceivable dangers that could emerge from such advances. – ViralEXP

Imho, I can only assume that this was discussed at their recent closed door Bilderberg Meeting 2017 at Chantilly, Virginia and action plans were meted out on how to combat the nuisances coming from the “computer world” , which is posing a great threat to their controlling empires.

They are now facing a handful of technological problems, what with the impacts of Blockchain and cryptocurrency affecting their money control system. AI is following suit redefining everything that they have established in their control models.

IMF Head Foresees the End of Banking and the Triumph of Cryptocurrency

In a remarkably frank talk at a Bank of England conference, the Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund has speculated that Bitcoin and cryptocurrency have as much of a future as the Internet itself. It could displace central banks, conventional banking, and challenge the monopoly of national monies.

Christine Lagarde–a Paris native who has held her position at the IMF since 2011–says the only substantial problems with existing cryptocurrency are fixable over time. ~ FEE.Org

The only tool these scumbags have is FEAR, and it has been very successful against the people thus far and for so long it has successfully contained the slaves in the pen. It’s fear time once again (and again) and let’s turn AI into monstrous dangerous dinosaurs that will gorge humans into oblivion.

Be that as it may, a similar innovation has likewise raised plenty of legitimate, moral and societal concerns, some of which may even prove perilous for the prosperity and wellbeing of people – for example, mass unemployment or the ascent of autonomous ‘killer robots’. – Irakli Beridze, senior key counsel at UNICRI

What we’re seeing is the first attack of a series of forthcoming series of Anti-AI campaigns. With their filthy wealth and resources I see them as a formidable, desperate and bloody dangerous force. Most if not ALL the tech giants, NASA, Google, Amazon, Facebook and many more are theirs, and it will be the greatest battle fought on plane(t) Earth, albeit bloodless (I hope) as the tools are in digital form, which I will call The Battle of 01between the dark and light as the UN warning continues in the report:

To address these, the new UN office will be entrusted to study and anticipate Artificial Intelligence – related dangers.
Be that as it may, that is by all account not the only errand the new group will be delegated to perform.
Alongside potential dangers, they will likewise investigate the conceivable advantages from machine intelligence.
The guide worried on this point taking note of that the new center would likewise try to utilize Artificial Intelligence advances to help accomplish UN’s objectives.
“One of our most imperative assignments is to set up a network of specialists from business, information establishments, common society associations and governments,” he included.
“We positively would prefer not to argue for a boycott or a brake on advances. We will likewise investigate how new innovation can add to the reasonable advancement objectives of the UN. For this we need to begin solid tasks. We won’t be a talking club.”

I foresee a AI program is in their making, a program in the tune of AI New World Order, which will be distributed in various forms and applications into Internet of Things ( IoT).

The good people of the good side of the Tech industry, like Elon Musk and Satoshi Nakamoto need to be aware of this looming danger over them and the rest of humanity who depend on these good creative programmers and coders.

At least two of Silicon Valley’s tech billionaires are pouring money into efforts to break humans out of the simulation that they believe that it is living in, according to a new report.

This’ a good indication and could well be the last battle between good and evil.

May the Force be with you…

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One Question On The Simulation Hypothesis

The simulation hypothesis proposes that all of reality, including the earth and the universe, is in fact an artificial simulation, most likely a computer simulation. Some versions rely on the development of a simulated reality, a proposed technology that would seem realistic enough to convince its inhabitants. The hypothesis has been a central plot device of many science fiction stories and films. – Wiki

There is a long philosophical and scientific history to the underlying thesis that reality is an illusion. This skeptical hypothesis can be traced back to antiquity; for example, to the “Butterfly Dream” of Zhuangzi, or the Indian philosophy of Maya.

This’ surely one of man’s most intriguing topics that has been laid out on the table, and the perplexing question “Are we living in a world of computer simulation” have caused great anxiety to both the questioner and answerer alike. There are many reactions from discussions and arguments, and as expected of any controversial topic, it has brought the thinkers, philosophers and scientists into splitsville of for-and-againstidealists-materialists. This bifurcation takes us way back to the periods of Plato and Democritus.

Personally I’m rolled up into excitement, nervousness and sadness on this topic. What prompted me to delve deeper into this was when I read about Elon Musk saying that there is only a “one in billions” chance that we’re not living in a computer simulation. His elaborations prior leading to that conclusion is pointing to the three propositions of Nick Bostrom’strilemma.

  1. “The fraction of human-level civilizations that reach a posthuman stage (that is, one capable of running high-fidelity ancestor simulations) is very close to zero”, or
  2. “The fraction of posthuman civilizations that are interested in running ancestor-simulations is very close to zero”, or
  3. “The fraction of all people with our kind of experiences that are living in a simulation is very close to one”

Scientifically, quantum physicists’ discoveries are paving the way for the simulation hypothesis to becoming real each day and making it harder for the philosophical materialists to hang on to their stance.

Read: Proof Of The Simulation Argument

I am neither a scientist nor a philosopher. My interest in all this is purely as a human. Where do I go from here, and what do I do next after and when its finally determined, either way about this world of mine.

If it is a real physical world of matter. Life just goes on for me as usual. If it is a VR, my question is:

What am I then?

Surely I cannot be the human I thought I am – of matter, flesh, and blood? I must be of a simulation too. How else could I fit in on the VR stage?

Me an AI? This is the nervy thought that keeps me awake at night. I have come to get used to, enjoy and love being human living with other humans.

This makes me sad.


Check Your Belief System, You Could be In The “Dark Ages”

If the proverbial “To err is human” is accepted as true, then “To laze is human” might be correct as well, though it may not be acceptable for some.

I know, our world is full of slobs, but I do not accept it.

If humans are born lazy, we’d all still be living in caves and I wouldn’t be writing this, and you wouldn’t be reading it, and there would be no Steemit. This suffice to prove the point.

I say that humans have been programed to be lazy.

Before the advent of the InternetIT and IoT, information was a controlled item. Humans were literally in the dark ages until people like Vint Cerfand Tim Berners-Lee, primarily made the Internet what it is today. Then came along the crazy and hard-working ones like Bill GatesSteve JobsShiva AyyaduraiSatoshi Nakamoto, and many others who brought in their lighted candles to shine it on the rest of the world.

The dark ages were the ruling periods of the controllers, whence all methods, devices, and weapons of control were designed, created, and unleashed upon the people. Their sole target was the human mind and they were (almost) successful at that.

Who is in Control of our Mind? is yet another excellent article on the New World Order’s plans to control the minds of the entire population on this plane(t).

Information is the key and vital ingredient for humans to thrive on this plane(t) called Earth. Without which we would not take the form we are today. Information places us in form (informed). It shapes the individual human into be-ing via the brain and allows the mind to create, or manifest whatever it choses. That’s creation 101

The main syllabus of control is the belief system. Its a very simple tool. Without information, humans would be left without facts, and formlessControl the information you control the people. So they embarked on dispensing false information, and that’s when fake news got its beginnings. The false information is filled with ambiguity, which is difficult to detect and verify, and the receiver is only left with belief. That’s the belief system. From there religion was born! Every one believes in god. Gotcha!

Believing and knowing are not the same.

As the human mind evolves, civilization updates, religion became insufficient for control. Science, which is basically information of everything that exists on Earth is up next to keep pace with the control. It is the second item in the belief system folder. They gave us gravityHeliocentrism and the Big Bang Theory and trashed Geocentrism.

But…look at this:

The Big Bang Wasn’t The Beginning, After All!

As all the vital facts and information of the sciences are in the hands of the controllers and their side-kick experts, end users are given very limited info of it, or false information, which cannot easily be verified and like religion it is virtually impossible to do in most cases. The controllers know that, and they know too it would be very difficult, expensive and tiresome for ordinary folks to do research of their offerings. This gentle coercion made the bright-eyed humans into sleepy-eyed, eventually defining them as lazy. Voila! They’ve cleverly created a program, a delusion – a disease.

To aggravate and prolong the disease, all forms of entertainment were invented. Keep them diseased and preoccupied and if some turned into addicts, that is an added bonus for control.

Then came the government, finance, law, and health filling the belief system folder to complete the control…the rest as they say is history.

You’re not created or born lazy…or are you?

“We all need a daily check up from the neck up to avoid stinkin’ thinkin’ which ultimately leads to hardening of the attitudes.” ~ Zig Ziglar

Check and update your belief system, you could still be in the dark ages.

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Are humans Natural Intelligence?

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the buzzword on the Internet. Putting aside the varied and different definitions by computer scientists and experts in the field, let’s look at the words artificial and intelligence from a semantic angle:


The Oxford Dictionary


Going by the above definitions, the phrase artificial intelligence would mean:

unnatural ability to acquire and apply knowledge and skills

Turning to the current usage of this phrase, it is now widely applied to the technological developments in the Internet of Things (IoT™)

Artificial intelligence (AI) is intelligence exhibited by machines. In computer science, the field of AI research defines itself as the study of “intelligent agents“: any device that perceives its environment and takes actions that maximize its chance of success at some goal.[1] Colloquially, the term “artificial intelligence” is applied when a machine mimics “cognitive” functions that humans associate with other human minds, such as “learning” and “problem solving” – wiki

As a layman, I started to read more on AI in 2017. There seem to be more and more articles, reports and tech news appearing daily and I began to sense the growing importance of this subject and the concerns surrounding its future implications to humans both positive and negatively.  Below are some of the concerns:

AI is a fundamental risk to the existence of human civilization. – Elon Musk at the NGA 2017

8 Staggering Predictions From Ray Kurzweil

Ray Kurzweil is one of the world’s leading inventors, thinkers, and futurists, with a twenty-year track record of accurate predictions. Kurzweil was selected as one of the top entrepreneurs by Inc. magazine, which describe him as the “rightful heir to Thomas Edison.”

8.Ubiquitous Wifi Access
7.An Asteroid Won’t Kill Us
6.Working From Home with VR
6.*Don’t Worry About Disease
5.Virtual Reality = Reality
4.Computers Surpass Humans Really Soon
3.Humans Become Machines
2.Earth Will Be Made of Computers
1.The Universe Will Be a Supercomputer

What an artificial intelligence researcher fears about AI

We all, individually and as a society, need to prepare for that nightmare scenario, using the time we have left to demonstrate why our creations should let us continue to exist. Or we can decide to believe that it will never happen, and stop worrying altogether. But regardless of the physical threats superintelligences may present, they also pose a political and economic danger. If we don’t find a way to distribute our wealth better, we will have fueled capitalism with artificial intelligence laborers serving only very few who possess all the means of production. Read more

In 2014, one of the world’s most renowned physicists and cosmologists, Stephen Hawking, who shares the same concerns, said in an interview, “The development of full Artificial Intelligence could spell the end of the human race. It would take off on its own, and redesign itself at an ever increasing rate. Humans, who are limited by slow biological evolution, couldn’t compete, and would be superseded.”

Just hearing the thoughts and views of these prominent figures in the tech industry could easily worry, if not put fear into the man-in-the-street as he will see AI as monsters that will destroy him and rid him out of existence.

I thought so too, until I tried to see Creation in the bigger picture. The 1999 movie The Matrix sort of set the scenario for me to review and re-evaluate the ‘world’ I am in. Its all a program and the DNA in me and every other living thing is a good enough fact to convince me that I am a program.

What if humans started off as AI?

Wow! What a concept! That’s really a mind blowing piece let me tell you. Me, an artificial intelligence thingy? That’s awfully sad I must say…but, let’s continue and bear with me and see if it makes any sense.

What if we started off as artificial intelligence with Machine Learning™ inputs and allowed to run (the program) freely and indefinitely, and here we are… evolved to our current state of being in a vessel called – ‘humans’? Is that too bizarre and far-fetched of an idea?

As humans we’re taught to have a Soul, which in all probabilities is an AI software?

Its all a question mark until all the questions are satisfactorily answered.

If we look at the current scenario, humans (with natural intelligence) are creating AI and some amongst the creators/inventors are alarmed at the very thought that it might run to a point they would lose control of their ‘intelligent’ creations. A case of deja vu? Perhaps their foresights on AI is nothing more than a whisk of a re-collection of who they really are and what they’ve become?

Humans have highly evolved to a point, that they chose and wish to only see themselves as completely biological, flesh and blood, existing as they rightly or wrongly claimed in the “natural” state.

Really? If not, why do they chose to name their creation ‘artificial’ intelligence, which to all intent and purposes is to replicate their (natural) intelligence?

Why are humans drawn to everything digital? Programmers are busy coding programs/applications and converting everything into digital. Ray Kurzweil could well be right when he predicts that the universe will be a super computer.

singularityThey are also hyped on the “singularity” concept, which they foresee humans and machines will converge into one, but that is another story for another time.

Wait, there is a positive side to this. They (the programmers/scientists) forget as AI them/ourselves, I am convinced (hypothetically if you like) are still evolving or ascending as the spiritualists prefer to call it, and are transforming (awakening) into a higher state-of-being.

If that is true, we have nothing to fear and worry about (the AI), because we would be in complete control of the situation as the embedded Machine Learning in us continually updates and upgrades our program.

Like it or not, in Hollywood fashion – The show will and must go on.