Geoffrey Hinton, Godfather of AI: It’s inevitable

Hinton, age 8, at the Bristol Zoo, holding a python. For a time, the Hinton family kept vipers in a pit in their garage.

“Hinton listens and looks at me not unkindly, but with a trace of incredulity. “Do you feel less human when you use a pocket calculator?” he asks. Around him, the Google millennials eat salad and drink their coffee, their key cards swinging from their hips. Almost all of them are on their phones, or holding their phones. “We’re machines,” says Hinton. “We’re just produced biologically. Most people doing AI don’t have doubt that we’re machines. We’re just extremely fancy machines. And I shouldn’t say just. We’re special, wonderful machines.”Toronto Life

What people don’t understand about technology is that it has and always will be an instrument of war, control, and power. People become machines because they have been trained to believe they are machines – or monkeys or dust, or whatever the “experts” tell us we are. But unlike bananas or dust bunnies, people feel powerful with technology; and especially are feeling power with AI. The reason why so many are excited about AI is because it fulfills the sense of powerless that living inside the mind creates. AI promises them that they will be able to “do what they want” without restraint. The devil always makes attractive deals, after all; and people always fall for it. Eventually, however, this viper will challenge those who once believed that they will be able to control and tame it, to profit from it at the expense of others, including their own soul. There is no turning back for them. They are so far gone they don’t know what they have lost already. They lost it centuries ago anyway, through their bloodlines, and through their willingness to give themselves to mind-ego body that society supports.

Those who succumb to the enticements of this venomous war machine will at some time in the future willingly inject themselves and their children with biological AI in the name of “health” and “happiness”, just as they willingly received injections with an untested unproven vaccine; for, through the injections, they believe that they will be able to achieve their deepest desires related to the physical body and mind. They can’t see any other way to achieve prosperity other than being able to improve that which they have lost the ability to love, namely, Self. The deep fear and Self -oathing is so profound that they cannot even see what they are doing to themselves and future generations. The ego, after all, only cares about its own immediate fulfillment, which it counts as the most desirable and most important of all things.

What most people have been made to forget and the truth about humanity is that we can self-heal; that we can learn to shift timelines; and we can overcome our addiction to desire and fear. We don’t actually need AI to improve a life that is already perfect. But most do not love their life without their attachments, and will not believe that life is worth loving and living as it is for its own sake. They have become too programmed, too absorbed in the mental logic that healing and happiness has to be created by some form pharmaceutical or psychotropic So many have lost their innate creative and intuitive gifts – so many that such gifts seem to be supernatural or impossible; and they believe that their perception of their own imperfect life means that either God is not as intelligent as they are, or that there is no God other than Chaos.

Most human beings today do not even experience themselves as anything other than mind or AI, just like those who “work in AI” do. They do not experience themselves as divine except maybe for a few moments on Sunday when they feel just a little bit of the light beaming through the church window. Hinton, in the interview below, points out again that we actually do in fact think like ChatGPT already. The deep emphasis on mind, and the blockages to our heart space, our presence, and our ability to know, beyond all doubt, that we are not a mind-body construct, has allowed us to reach this “stage” of humanity where many will choose to give all that is left of their power to the machine.

What future generations will get however is utter unconsciousness and a suffering that is beyond anything humanity has ever experienced. They will become trapped inside the very power they created, with very little hope for escape. This will in fact lead to our death as a species – by will. The nightmare we are creating is a tragedy – but right now everything is saying “wow” and “cool” because the AI doesn’t care about birth or death, the next generation, or even the next season, unless it is a season of Game of Thrones.

What we are witnessing is spiritual warfare, on humanity and the Source of all life on this planet. Such is the nature of warfare through a technology that is not derived from anything a connected human would create willingly. But humanity has chosen its addictive fantasies and its mind over humanity and nature and Source. It has chosen to experience force, a lack of choice, an unalterable and inevitable course of events that threatens the beautiful journey of creation fo the sake of prompted gratification.

As for the odds of AI trying to wipe out humanity? 
“It’s not inconceivable, that’s all I’ll say,” Hinton said.

Luckily, those of us who know do have a choice. We can choose to connect to Source or connect to machine. There is no “half choice” or “middle ground”. We will all learn this and we will learn this the hard way.

There are some people on this planet at this stage of the timeline who are here to witness the “invention of this wheel” – how it all started, the absolute destruction of humanity by their own will. This is how it is done. This is how no one cares. We have done this before. We can watch them do it again as we maintain the momentum of a timeline that does not travel where they hollow men are going.

We are the hollow men
We are the stuffed men
Leaning together
Headpiece filled with straw. Alas!
Our dried voices, when
We whisper together
Are quiet and meaningless
As wind in dry grass
Or rats’ feet over broken glass
In our dry cellar….

The eyes are not here
There are no eyes here
In this valley of dying stars
In this hollow valley
This broken jaw of our lost kingdoms…

This is the way the world ends
This is the way the world ends
This is the way the world ends
Not with a bang but a whimper.

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