Is AI a paranormal subject? I can’t give a definitive answer to that question, but I do know that it certainly isn’t normal. If it is paranormal, it is the only paranormal entity that scares me – a real lot. When the elitists and power-grabbers start infusing machines with the minds of humans, the question of whether ghosts are real or not won’t have to be discussed. They won’t be. And – those greedy for power, (under the name of science and technology), started their subtle quest to conquer humanness into the body of a robotic back in the early 1960’s. After their first attempts to conquer space, NASA figured out that man could not make years-long travels to other destinations in space without changing biological structures as they presently exist. Even after a few days of weightlessness in space, man starts losing both bone and muscle mass. It became clear that mechanical intervention has to happen. But how much is considered necessary? Now 50-odd years later, the push is on to gain general acceptance for AI and so is the hypnotic rhetoric to the walking sheeple.
Movies like Bionic Man, Wonder Woman, etc. started making appearances in many flics over the next decades. This genre has since increased in frequency and great effects like those seen in Arnold Swartznegger movies and others help introduce and romanticize the effects of implanting and sharing human qualities with machines. This ploy, I think, is meant to lull the masses into acceptance and eagerness to participate in this great new venture. If Hollywood does it – it has to be good.
The proponents of this technology offer eternal good health, immortality, and the ability to know all you want to know about everything, and do what you want to do forever. But, will you still want to know? Will you still want to go skiing, biking, to bars, to restaurants, still love your hobbies? After your mind is sucked into a machine what happens to your enthusiasm for your passion about something or someone? Does passion still exist? Passion, dreams, goals to aspire toward, enjoyment, and other emotional drives that make us who we are would no longer be exist within the framework of techno-bionics. You may be able to live eternally, but who will you be? Will you be able to recognize yourself? Will you care? And, if you do care – what kind of prison have you allowed for yourself to become trapped within?
The fusing of mankind into machines — AI — Accepted Imprisonment. It would be nice if this new technology would be used for the betterment of humanity, advancements for the environment, and general well-being for the concommitance of existence we live within, but who determines and governs what measures of integrity will be accepted and enforced? Does integrity still exist today?