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Future of humanity under threat from AI-controlled propaganda – Assange

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WikiLeaks editor Julian Assange predicts an impending dystopic world where human perception is no match for Artificial Intelligence-controlled propaganda and the consequences of AI are lost on its creators, who envision a nirvana-like future.

Assange spoke of the threat of AI-controlled social media via video link at rapper and activist M.I.A.’s Meltdown Festival in the Southbank Centre, London.

https://www.rt.com/viral/392119-assange-humanity-ai-propaganda/

 

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60 minutes just did a segment on mind control and cell phones 

it's a must see 

casino AI 

BILLIONS are under it 

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15 minutes ago, Carnivalpunk said:

Bots are writing more and more news articles. I will never forget that propaganda is legal in the USA now. 

Yes, they are. And they're probably even writing fiction novels by now. eeps!  

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5 hours ago, Cinnamon said:

Yes, they are. And they're probably even writing fiction novels by now. eeps!  

 

AI written screenplay.

JAPANESE AI PROGRAM JUST WROTE A SHORT NOVEL, AND IT ALMOST WON A LITERARY PRIZE

https://www.digitaltrends.com/cool-tech/japanese-ai-writes-novel-passes-first-round-nationanl-literary-prize/

Last year. 

WHAT NEWS-WRITING BOTS MEAN FOR THE FUTURE OF JOURNALISM

This story is part of our special coverage, The News in Crisis.

When Republican Steve King beat back Democratic challenger Kim Weaver in the race for Iowa’s 4th congressional district seat in November, The Washington Post snapped into action, covering both the win and the wider electoral trend. “Republicans retained control of the House and lost only a handful of seats from their commanding majority,” the article read, “a stunning reversal of fortune after many GOP leaders feared double-digit losses.” The dispatch came with the clarity and verve for which Post reporters are known, with one key difference: It was generated by Heliograf, a bot that made its debut on the Post’s website last year and marked the most sophisticated use of artificial intelligence in journalism to date.

When Jeff Bezos bought the Post back in 2013, AI-powered journalism was in its infancy. A handful of companies with automated content-generating systems, like Narrative Science and Automated Insights, were capable of producing the bare-bones, data-heavy news items familiar to sports fans and stock analysts. But strategists at the Post saw the potential for an AI system that could generate explanatory, insightful articles. What’s more, they wanted a system that could foster “a seamless interaction” between human and machine, says Jeremy Gilbert, who joined the Post as director of strategic initiatives in 2014. “What we were interested in doing is looking at whether we can evolve stories over time,” he says.

https://www.wired.com/2017/02/robots-wrote-this-story/

 

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