Justice is an exclusively human concept that cannot be replaced by anything non-human, including Artificial Intelligence. It is dangerous that AI scientists work today with views that they can replace all things human with computer algorithms.
Law enforcement’s use of AI to determine where crime will take place and by whom, is incredibly dangerous to a free society, and amounts to little more than the use of a crystal ball or tarot cards. Thousands of mathematicians are calling for an end of it.
The Technocrat drumbeat from the military/industrial complex is a never-ending drive to apply advanced technology to the “art” of warfare. WWIII will largely be fought with AI-controlled weapons, risking the lives of millions who are caught in the middle.
Artificial Intelligence naturally produces Artificial Knowledge. Do you see anything wrong with this proposition? One definition of artificial is “made by people to look very like something natural”, which means it’s fake while deceptively intending to convince you it’s real.
Anyone who thinks that AI learns by itself and is ethically neutral has bought the Technocrat lie. AI is just a computer algorithm programmed by humans to do what humans want it to do. Biases cannot be excluded. China’s AI seeks to reduce global population and is being exported to other countries.
This story reveals why Amazon, IBM and Microsoft have pulled out of the facial recognition business in order to deflect certain criticism over racial bias. In this instance, the algorithm nailed the wrong black man for a crime he did not commit.
rofessor Neil Ferguson of Imperial College in London started the Great Panic of 2020 with a thoroughly flawed computer model that was thoroughly unfit for scientific use. Was he instead virtue-signalling to his radical left-wing married lover?
The racist pseudoscience of phrenology was debunked in the early 1900s but Technocrat software developers have given it new life with AI-based facial recognition algorithms, saying they can spot a likely criminal with 80% accuracy and without racial bias.
If your predictive AI doesn’t work with crime prevention, why not try it out on predictive quarantines instead? Harvard says all it needs is more data, where government “can certainly ramp up national health data gathering by creating or rolling out more comprehensive electronic medical records.”
Technocrats operating within the U.S. government are stampeding to impose total surveillance networks in America, similar to those seen in China but with one twist: The race to dominance requires us to leapfrog over China’s AI and do it even better.