Robotic Art Pioneer Warns AI Is ‘Apocalyptic’ And Will Replace Humans

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Although there may be some beneficial uses for AI, the dark side of humanity will misuse it in extremely destructive ways. Already, AI and has been elevated above the control of nation-states and human government, and its creators are intentionally recreating the future without public input. ⁃ TN Editor

The creator of the first ­robot artist is warning that the rise of artificial intelligence is “apocalyptic” – and we are “hurtling” towards AI taking over from humans.

Aidan Meller, who is behind the ultra-realistic Ai-Da robot, reckons within three years we will face unimaginable changes as man merges with machine.

He also believes Elon Musk is correct when he claims nuclear war would have less impact on mankind than AI.

Aidan says: “I agree with Elon Musk that AI is a bigger threat than nuclear war – but it could also be remarkable too.

“There is every right to feel nervous about the rise of AI.

“We are hurtling towards them taking over humans so we need to have a heart of ethics.

“We are merging with ­machines – be warned, this is a changing world.”

Today, free exhibition Imagining AI explores the ­boundary between human and machine the Bodleian Library in Oxford.

Aidan will be there with Ai-Da, who had an art exhibition at Glastonbury where she painted headliner Billie Eilish.

She will meet schoolchildren and create a new piece of artwork for the event.

Aidan adds: “AI is going to show a mirror to the dark side of being human.

“Technology is not good or bad, it’s how we use it. This ­exhibition will show how it came about and where we want to go.

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Patrick Wood
Patrick Wood is a leading and critical expert on Sustainable Development, Green Economy, Agenda 21, 2030 Agenda and historic Technocracy. He is the author of Technocracy Rising: The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation (2015) and co-author of Trilaterals Over Washington, Volumes I and II (1978-1980) with the late Antony C. Sutton.
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Ren

I disagree. It’s not AI or robots but their power hungry technocrat programmers/controllers that threaten humanity. Sophia the bot isn’t complaining about how there are too many people alive on planet earth. Powerful men like Bill Gates and Yuval Harari are.

Blaise Vanne

“…A cow cannot be very good or very bad; a dog can be both better and worse; a child better and worse still; an ordinary man, still more so; a man of genius, still more so; a superhuman spirit best—or worst—of all.”

Oh yeah. Then there is AI. But then Lewis wrote about this whole technocracy/AI type stuff in his woefully under-read That Hideous Strength 70 some years ago.

CS Lewis, Mere Christianity pp. 34-5

Anne

No doubt here that part of the plan is to turn humans into cyborgs, humanoids, etc. All under the pretext of convenience, to prevent and cure diseases and to grant one immortality. God certainly has a better plan, and I am more than to wait for Him to fulfill it (Revelation Chapter 22). No devil or human can top that.

Anne

Meant to say more than willing to wait on God…..

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Greg

I note how glibly they speak as if none of us have any choice in the matter. The old saying comes to mind … ‘just because you can, doesn’t mean you should.’