Technocrat Jack Ma’s Alibaba is the Amazon of China, and he is closely aligned with the Chinese government. He readily admits that “The AI and robots are going to kill a lot of jobs as machines will replace humans in future” and that Big Data and AI are a threat to humanity. Nevertheless, Technocracy races forward in China and around the world.
4th Industrial Revolution
On several fronts, Big Tech and particularly social networks are under attack, with many saying that regulation is inevitable. Public sentiment is obviously turning and leaders are looking very intently at the practices and biases of these tech giants.
Robots with AI are turning up everywhere you look; women are idolizing them and men are falling in love. Will this disrupt humanity altogether? Technocrats don’t seem to care if it does or not, because they have the limelight and resources to invent whatever they want!
Technocrat inventors are shocked when their inventions are rejected by actual people, but in this case, Fabio was a total loser and customers of the grocery store made it very clear. Fabio was put back in his box and shipped back to its inventor.
If people want robots that save them time and free them from repetitive tasks, then home robot makers have missed the mark by creating robots that ‘engage’ with you, eating up your valuable time instead of saving it. This is lost on the Technocrat mind.
Boeing is the consummate military contractor, and one would expect this high-powered drone to have warfare implications, like delivering logistics to forward bases or troop movements. Reportedly, the drone will be able to transport up to 500 pounds per mission.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has predicted that whoever wins the race for AI ‘will become the ruler of the world.’ As the world’s largest Technocracy, China is racing to dominate AI in every category.
Technocrats invent because they can, not because anyone wants what they invent; in this case, GM is going all out for autonomous autos with no human controls. The vision for autonomous vehicles will ultimately destroy the entire network of dealerships across the nation.
Most commercial airliners already fly mostly on autopilot and are able to land and take off with little pilot assistance. The next big wave of AI will be to replace human pilots altogether. Thus, aviation will follow the lead of automotive transportation giving way to autonomous vehicles.
A respected automotive analyst and journalist asks a pertinent question on the future of electric vehicles if global warming turns to cooling. These are questions that have never been asked, but the time is ripe for discussion!