Rise of the machines: Google robots, Kurzweil’s AI, and why self-aware machines will inevitably seek to destroy humanity
by Mike Adams
Wednesday, February 26, 2014
In the brilliant techno-thriller fiction novel DAEMON by Daniel Suarez, a collection of clever computer scripts take over corporations, economies and entire governments. AI programs also activate and control vehicles, buildings and critical infrastructure, outmaneuvering the FBI, CIA and even the NSA at every turn.
The book is a great ride that’s obviously written by a very well-informed information technology expert. But what if it’s not fiction?
Earlier this week, AI expert Ray Kurzweil predicted that robots would “outsmart humans” by 2029. It’s probably going to be much sooner, given that humans are currently suffering a rapid cognitive decline due to widespread water fluoridation (which even Harvard experts say causes lowered IQs), heavy metals contamination of the food supply, and of course the IQ-cannibalizing broadcasts of MSNBC and CNN.