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It's All About The Crabs

UK's Crab Museum is trying to get people to think differently say founders:

“We want to create a space to talk about things and ideas, not just [to say] – here’s a lot of knowledge,” says Ned Suesat-Williams, one of the museum's directors, "And if you’re going to talk about crabs and biodiversity you are going to talk about capitalism, about colonialism, you need to talk about climate change, you need to wrap all of these ideas together”.

https://www.theguardian.com/culture/2024/mar/11/margate-crab-museum


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Well this is interesting.

First post-op photo of Princess of Wales withdrawn due to ‘manipulation’
Picture agencies issue ‘kill notice’ after editing error of the image of Catherine with her children comes to light

Princess of Wales says she edited family photo recalled by picture agencies


https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2024/mar/10/first-post-op-photo-of-princess-of-wales-withdrawn-due-to-manipulation?utm_term=Autofeed&CMP=twt_gu&utm_medium&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1710127483

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ajay said:It's All About The Crabs

UK's Crab Museum is trying to get people to think differently say founders:

“We want to create a space to talk about things and ideas, not just [to say] – here’s a lot of knowledge,” says Ned Suesat-Williams, one of the museum's directors, "And if you’re going to talk about crabs and biodiversity you are going to talk about capitalism, about colonialism, you need to talk about climate change, you need to wrap all of these ideas together”.

https://www.theguardian.com/culture/2024/mar/11/margate-crab-museum


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I agree!

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Ahavati said:An AI avatar generated on Luka Inc.'s Replika mobile phone app and webpage are shown in this photo, in New York, Tuesday Feb. 13, 2024. Unlike more general-purpose AI chatbots that answer typical questions and even do homework, companion bots, like those made by Replika and others, are programed to form relationships with the humans talking to them on the other side of the screen. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

Artificial intelligence, real emotion. People are seeking a romantic connection with the perfect bot



https://apnews.com/article/ai-girlfriend-boyfriend-replika-paradot-113df1b9ed069ed56162793b50f3a9fa

Pluto in Aquarius and Sedna moving back into Gemini: The Rise of AI

After seeing the movie "Her", I wondered when this would begin happening IRL.


Looks like The Everly Brothers' "All I have to do is Dream" has been updated

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ajay said:

OH NO!
WE'RE ALL DOOMED!
WAIT!
WHAT'S THIS?
AN OFF SWITCH!
SAVED!




I'm glad British Intelligence can still be relied on -- reminds me of the James Bond Goldfinger film where 007 is dithering how to stop the nuclear bomb exploding, and 'M' comes to the rescue with a simple flick of the 'on/off' switch -- of course it had been counting down the seconds and was stopped at 007.

But if Big Pharma Eugenics has its way, then we're much more likely to die from bio-weapons that randomly escape bio-labs, coupled with the ensuing media-panic leading to the impregnating of millions of people with untested 'vaccinations' which aren't safe vaccinations, even by their own definition (as came to light last year)..
But no worries, the new AI 'composite human replica' can now be relied upon to have new experimental vaxx procedures tested on it -- and if the algorithm read-outs declare the bot has not 'died' from the vaxx and side-effects are not too debilitating, then the new vaxx can confidently be launched on the general public within a few weeks, instead of old-fashioned testing that takes 5-10 years. I'm so glad Technology has taken over from Jesus as the Saviour of humankind.

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Josh said:

Looks like The Everly Brothers' "All I have to do is Dream" has been updated


LOL! Indeed!

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An interesting article about the use of AI in the development of new drugs:

https://www.technologyreview.com/2023/02/15/1067904/ai-automation-drug-development/

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“Patients can have this terrible experience of going in and out of hospital, sometimes for years, getting drugs that don’t work.”
(Richard Law, chief business officer of Exscientia, a U.K company that claims to faster match the right drug for ill people)

Notice how decades of Big Pharma profiteering from the trial-and-error approach (= we haven't a clue what we're doing) is quietly shoving this narrative of incompetence under the carpet whilst hyping the latest matchmaking improvement in drug-to-patient. By the way, did the patients get their money back on all the false drugs they were sold? Plus compensation for horrible side-effects?

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Google restricts AI chatbot Gemini from answering questions on 2024 elections

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2024/mar/12/google-ai-gemini-2024-election


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ajay said:Google restricts AI chatbot Gemini from answering questions on 2024 elections

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2024/mar/12/google-ai-gemini-2024-election


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Well, considering AI picks up what it's read from the Web authored by others, could you imagine some of the answers it would give?!

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Ahavati said:

Well, considering AI picks up what it's read from the Web authored by others, could you imagine some of the answers it would give?!


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European Union's AI Act

The European Union’s proposed AI law was endorsed by the European parliament on Wednesday [13th March], and is a milestone in regulating the technology. The vote is an important step towards introducing the legislation.

https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2024/mar/14/what-will-eu-proposed-regulation-ai-mean-consumers

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Exemptions for law enforcement

Facial recognition has been a contentious factor in the legislation. The use of real-time biometric identification systems – which covers facial recognition technology on live crowds – is banned, but allowed for law enforcement in a number of circumstances. Law enforcement can use such technology to find a missing person or prevent a terror attack, but they will need approval from authorities – although in exceptional circumstances it can be deployed without prior approval.


I think this technology was one used here in the US to identify people who took part in the Jan 6 insurrection.

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Ahavati said:

I think this technology was one used here in the US to identify people who took part in the Jan 6 insurrection.


China has 700 million cameras, which can also 'see through' a mask with eye/iris recognition, and also cross-check with the gait of how you walk. The test is going pretty well -- those who wish to lord it over us would like the same in every country. Britain has 5 million cameras - iinstalled by whose authority and why? For your security of corse my dearest plebiscite slaves.

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