Discussion in 'Arts, Sports, & Entertainment' started by Kilburn, Aug 14, 2017.
This is gettin creepy or scary
I think both
Don't like talking to a robot personally.
I dunno.. I dont want anything A.I .. theres need to be a soul.. And I think only nature can do that.
These companies producing A.I only wants to make $$$ and dont care of the consequences of their actions.
This is awesome...
They are getting better at walking.
And other things.
My favorite and best athletics event - the long jump. WR has improved only by 2 inches since 1968. Epic showdown Mike Powell vs Carl Lewis in peak form and perfect conditions.
Are you ready to fly?
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Ha ha...exactly what people who received phone calls from the planes on 9/11 said they heard, that their loved ones sounded like them, but weren't them. Surprise ~ surprise huh?
But passengers onboard did call ppl on the ground. Thats no bull.. Dont know ^^ how you reached that conclusion. Very far fetched, imo
It's what some people reportedly said and was written about so it's out there's somewhere's. Why would you find that hard to believe? It's right there in the video. The FBI pioneered voice identification. Recreating a finger print is one thing, recreating a voice has been going on for ages, it's just now possible to do it with software. Probably have it for free in another year.
Kids are gonna have a field day calling in sick to the schools ~ Lol~
Anyways, the whole point is you have no idea who called. That's what this is telling you, that those people thought they were talking to someone who sounded just like the person they knew, yet again didn't feel it was them. So like there were probably odd phrases and things which anyone close would sense are wrong. Has to be some reason that some people said they didn't think the phone calls they got were actually coming from the person they loved.
Soo much is fake or being faked today that I think this easily could go on unnoticed by ppl.
Great for those who are connected 24/7 to their phone by bluetooth earsets. When their friends had enough of their constant calls and blabber they just switch in their imaginary selfs..
The phrase 'imaginary friends' will have a whole new meaning.. minus minus is plus. And fake something hard enough it will become REAL
I mentioned it because I read accounts of people saying that others whom had lost loved ones on those planes had told them they did get calls, but that there was something wrong with the things or way they said things to them, and that they had a sense they weren't really talking to the person they knew.
So now google comes out of the closet, and like it's been 17 years, and so I guess it's alright to make some money off this corporate tool right? Everyone's forgotten about those reports right? Probably going to be hard to find one because it's known that Google or someone or something scours and looks for information to scrub.
Reddit is like Goggle in how it too operates. You get these so~called Karma points right, but what happens if you get a bunch of negative karma points? Well I'll tell you what, they ban you from discussions, so it's censorship. You either agree or they prohibit your voice from Herd Mentality. So Reddit is a tool like Google is a tool.
I now do not post any link I think might be targeted because a great deal of what I say isn't popular and it's targeted for scrubbing. Like we don't want that guy putting thoughts in to their heads. So it's like that.
Now who knows if there were really any airplanes or even people on board the planes, if there were planes, let alone if there were phone calls. Frankly getting fake phone calls from this sort of technology only makes me think more, not less, of the idea there were not people on the planes or the planes never existed as that's what the video's seem to clearly show. I don't think a single thing we have been told about 9/11 is the truth and so it's almost pointless to bother trying to understand it with the knowledge we do have.
My main point is that the corporate civilization has decided that it's OK now to market this tool, but like all black op hardware it's probably been around for at least 20 years, and maybe longer.
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