Hey Artificial Intelligence Demon… F#@K OFF!

The Artificial Intelligence alarm bells are FINALLY going off…BIG TIME. Insiders in government and tech are openly acknowledging that with AI we have more than summoned the demon, as Elon Musk says, we are feeding it crappy food and it is shitting on u(s). This week Stephen Hawking said AI could ‘destroy’ humanity and WebSummit confab founder, Paddy Cosgrave, dropped bombs on the megalomaniacal and monopolistic corporate entities like Google and Facebook who are raising this demon. Insiders are saying it is time to put a leash on AI developers before they unleash any more alien shit on us and/or tell their AI demon where to go. By William Henry Techies are going deep and talking the ethics of AI at Paddy Cosgrave’s influential Web Summit, held in Lisbon November 8-10, 2017 . It is time to make new rules for AI, Cosgrave said. The presence of the AI […] Read More

How to Keep Yourself Perfectly Brainwashed in the Matrix

Perhaps exposing what one would have to do to stay asleep will shed light on what one would have to do to go along with the natural process of awakening that we are seeing worldwide. To begin with, staying fully asleep in the matrix of lies created by government is analogous to being a good slave, a slave that never complains and does as he or she is told. So to begin with, in order to stay perfectly asleep in the matrix of CIA western media lies one would have to commit to never questioning any story put out by mainstream media news. Purpose to feel comfortable with mainstream media news, make sure you always sympathize and empathize with everything they say. Reject any feelings and deep thoughts that may suggest to you questions like — why is it that all mainstream media entities report the same stories in […] Read More

Microsoft And Volvo Bring Augmented Reality To Car Shopping

Volvo Seen With HoloLens Screenshot by author, from YouTube Swedish automaker Volvo has a long-held reputation as a car company that puts safety first. Some safety features, like replacing spear-like traditional steering wheel shafts with bulkier, non-impaley versions are easy to see. Other features, like laser sensors that detect the movements of nearby cars, are a little trickier to demonstrate on the showroom floor. So, to advertise their safety in the modern era, Volvo teamed with Microsoft to create models of the cars in virtual reality: There are no actual cars in this showroom. Instead, prospective buyers wear goggles for Microsoft’s HoloLens system, which displays virtual objects like they’re holograms, and walk around virtual visions of both the car and the invisible systems that make the car and its safety features work. The cars’ invisible sensor fields are envisioned as colorful waves, a neon-bright world of awareness that you’d […] Read More