What is AI (Artificial Intelligence) 

Artificial intelligence (AI) is intelligence demonstrated by machines, unlike the natural intelligence displayed by humans and animals, which involves consciousness and emotionality.

In computer science, the term artificial intelligence (AI) refers to any human-like intelligence exhibited by a computer, robot, or other machine. In popular usage, artificial intelligence refers to the ability of a computer or machine to mimic the capabilities of the human mind—learning from examples and experience, recognizing objects, understanding and responding to language, making decisions, solving problems—and combining these and other capabilities to perform functions a human might perform.

  • Machine learning is a subset of AI application that learns by itself. It actually reprograms itself, as it digests more data, to perform the specific task it’s designed to perform with increasingly greater accuracy.
  • Deep learning is a subset of machine learning application that teaches itself to perform a specific task with increasingly greater accuracy, without human intervention.

Weak A.I / Strong A.I

Weak AI—also called Narrow AI is AI trained and focused to perform specific tasks. Weak AI drives most of the AI that surrounds us today. (E.g. Iphone Siri / Google’s Alexa)

Strong AI, also called Artificial General Intelligence (AGI), is AI that more fully replicates the autonomy of the human brain—AI that can solve many types or classes of problems and even choose the problems it wants to solve without human intervention.

How A.I is used today

Speech recognition: Also called speech to text (STT), speech recognition is AI technology that recognizes spoken words and converts them to digitized text. 

Natural language processing (NLP): NLP enables a software application, computer, or machine to understand, interpret, and generate human text. 

Image recognition (computer vision or machine vision): AI technology that can identify and classify objects

image recognition is used for fingerprint ID systems, self driving cars 

Automated stock trading: Designed to optimize stock portfolios, AI-driven high-frequency trading platforms make thousands or even millions of trades per day without human intervention.

-Ride-share services: E.g. Uber matching you up with the next Bloody.

Household robots: iRobot’s Roomba vacuum uses artificial intelligence to determine the size of a room, identify and avoid obstacles, and learn the most efficient route for vacuuming a floor. Similar technology drives robotic lawn mowers and pool cleaners.

-Autopilot technology: Helping direct the next mh-370.

Prominent Antagonists

‘Beware of those who worship AI gods’ – Elon Musk

Why was this quoted? It was actually a jab at Anthony Levandowski, the man hired by Google’s founder Larry Page to operate the Google Street View System. After he reached his career high he started a company to develop a self driving car which was then purchased by Uber, Uber then suspended the self driving operation, which triggered him to do illegal buzziness to breach company confidentiality, the one step too many jump back up, was found guilty.

Why do we need to know about this guy? Turns out he created a non for profit organisation named Way of the Future, which would develop and promote the realization of a Godhead based on artificial intelligence and through understanding and worship of the Godhead contribute to the betterment of society.


The ideology behind this is that of AI superiority over humanity and how AI will need protections and rights as humans do. According to him artificial intelligence is the new god and needs to be revered as such.

A horrifying quote in regards to this AI religion. “Do you want to be a pet or livestock?”

This seems not only possible but highly likely, largely because humans “tend to trust and obey things that seem more powerful and worthy than ourselves”, such as directions on a Maps app, or even Google search. Experts have predicted that AI will be better than humans at all tasks within 45 years. Once it surpasses humans, there’s every chance that some of us could look towards AI for guidance, and trust the advice it offered.


Deepminds AI

Basically the AI equivalent of a teenage video game addict, can teach itself to master any game. (e.g. Atari / Dota 2 etc. ) Here’s where shit gets interesting. Deepminds AI has administrative access to Google’s servers. This is to optimise the energy usage of the data centres. What could go wrong? With a little update this AI could take control of the Google servers which means it could do anything, look up all your data, have a vast library of knowledge for some “Deep Learning”. It could lead to a digital super intelligence that far exceeds any human which many believe is inevitable and quite obvious. 

Fourth Industrial Revolution

Globalist Klaus Schwab made it clear that transhumanism is an integral part of “The Great Reset” when he said that the fourth industrial revolution would “lead to a fusion of our physical, digital and biological identity,” which in his book he clarifies is implantable microchips that can read your thoughts.

“Consider the unlimited possibilities of having billions of people connected by mobile devices, giving rise to unprecedented processing power, storage capabilities and knowledge access. Or think about the staggering confluence of emerging technology breakthroughs, covering wide-ranging fields such as artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, the internet of things (IoT), autonomous vehicles, 3D printing, nanotechnology, biotechnology, materials science, energy storage and quantum computing, to name a few. Many of these innovations are in their infancy, but they are already reaching an inflection point in their development as they build on and amplify each other in a fusion of technologies across the physical, digital and biological worlds.”


So where does that leave humans in the future? As see all the above possibilities of having humans merge with machines, it seems that there is an agenda to have all the everyday people (in a possibly forced way) to adopt this new culture, as we are all going to be like robots by having chips in our bodies, there will be an algorithm playing to control us, which once we have committed there is no turning back; because once we are not in control of our own selves, the globalists have no threats. 


I believe it is important to mention Ray Kurzweill, the modern day father of AI and currently works as the director of engineering at Google. He is a public advocate for the futurist and transhumanist movements and gives public talks to share his optimistic outlook on life extension technologies and the future of nanotechnology, robotics, and biotechnology, which will result in the creation of a human-machine civilization.

Kurzweill had also made some bold predictions which seem to be following through as we can see this year there has been big developments in nanotechnology, and digital based software to ‘assist’ humans in everyday life. Here are a few of his boldest predictions scheduled for the future to come:


The most interesting prediction is that computers will overtake humans by 2040 entering the time of the world known as ‘the singularity’, which we can tie in to various predictions mentioned before such as transhumanism by 2035 and an AI god by 2042. Dates don’t always come to fruition however the proof is in the pudding (as quoted by 007).

Turing Test?

The Turing test, originally called the imitation game by Alan Turing in 1950, is a test of a machine’s ability to exhibit intelligent behaviour equivalent to, or indistinguishable from, that of a human.

Kurzweil stated that 2029 is a consistent date he has predicted for when an AI will pass a valid Turing test and therefore achieve human levels of intelligence. 

How to avoid AI overlords?

Regulation & oversight, possible implementation of a governing public body to provide insight and oversight that the progressing development adheres to a code of AI safety. As stated by Elon Musk “I think the danger of AI is much greater than the danger of nuclear warheads, by a lot. “ 

Asimovs Laws?

1. A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.

2. A robot must obey the orders given it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law.

3. A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Laws.