by Stefan Stanford, All News Pipeline:
– The Mass Adoption Of AI Is Leading Us Straight Into Scenes From A Science Fiction Movie
According to a 2013 study by Oxford University, 47% or more jobs in America were at risk of being replaced by computers within the following 20 years, a time period of which we are now 1/4 of the way through and already witnessing AI putting people out of some jobs around the world.
While the Providence Journal predicts AI may consume 50% of all finance jobs in the US in the next decade, KTAR News in Phoenix, Arizona reports over 1/3 of all Phoenix-area jobs could be replaced by artificial intelligence in what they call something out of a science-fiction movie creeping closer to mass adoption than many people think.
Quoting a report written by a think tank called ‘New America’, they report that 650,000 people in that area are at risk of losing jobs in positions such as cashiers, retail sales people and food service workers as AI moves in and human beings move out. And while those numbers show predictions running between 1/3 and 1/2 of all US jobs will one day be replaced by AI, those stories don’t do justice to the havoc AI could unleash.
While this story over at the Financial Express reports that humans will eventually be replaced by AI at EVERY task, including jobs such as driving a truck, writing the next best seller and performing surgery, they also report that it won’t be long before those ‘science-fiction-sounding’ possibilities take place with AI technology already growing at exponential speed and the only thing still holding it back from growing even more quickly being human beings.
As we reported on ANP back on April 21st, according to one AI expert, human jobs decimated by AI replacements will lead to more and more unemployed with few jobs created to replace the lost ones, resulting eventually in mass civil unrest and widespread chaos. And now we hear from Google founder Sergey Brin that he’s deeply concerned about the potential of AI ‘sentience’, the capability for AI to begin to feel, perceive and experience subjectively, making its own decisions independent of what has been programmed into it.
As Steve Quayle has warned us, a great concern of his is that such AI will become ‘demon possessed’, with ‘dark and disturbed AI’ unchained, leading to unthinkable horrors that even AI experts warn sound almost like science fiction. Steve joins Sheila Zilinsky in the only video below to talk with us about the hidden dangers in the explosion of AI and the fact that the direction we’re now headed will eventually lead to the human being as God created us will no longer exist.
And while there will be numerous perceived benefits emerging from the growing use of artificial intelligence, as Quayle tells us on the cover of his new book “Terminated: The End of Man is Here”, “here lies the human race, who refused to recognize their end, when it stared them in the face”. With Brin’s warning joining that of Elon Musk and other AI experts, has the human race created its last invention, that which will eventually lead to our own extinction?
As we reported on ANP back on April 9th, according to many AI experts, the mass majority of the American public is about to get blindsided by AI and there is nothing that can stop what is coming with AI’s growth expanding nearly exponentially.
Sergey Brin’s opening comments from his 2017 Google Founder’s letter taken from Charles Dickens “Tale Of Two Cities” echo remarks made in the recently released movie “Do You Trust This Computer?”: “These technology leaps are going to yield incredible miracles, and incredible horrors”.