An AI is trying to take over the world, but it can only use the information stored on your computer(s), phone, etc. How far does it get?

@alexbuzzbee It finds a random dungeon generator and never escapes, only kills a few players.

In June last year, #Microsoft patented a #digitalCurrency that would use people's #brainwaves and mental effort to mine currency.

The elite really hate bitcoin. Could you imagine the singularity they could achieve if all that energy was directed into people to watching ads for 1c each ad, then optimising the ad based on the 15 different brainwaves?

But #worker-owned #Huawei is evil.



@dsfgs @mdhughes Please explain how this is relevant to the current discussion.

· · brutaldon · 2 · 0 · 0

@alexbuzzbee @dsfgs This is what happens when someone's very stupid subhuman AI finds Fediverse.

The AI doesn't merely stay on the phone. If it is generally intelligence it will find ways to take energy from things that empower people. And it will hack into peoples brains to learn about how to do that, and how to imprison them.

It may be too late for Australians. We are too far along the technocrat route, and can't seem to turn back.

You are right we were cryptic. But hoped you might get the meaning.

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