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I have been reading a number of news articles recently - a robotic “AI” gains citizenship, and another finishes a philosophy course at a university, and one does it’s own creative writing. Are these robots conscious, though? Does a complex network that evolves over time necessarily comprise a conscious being?
Very simply put, consciousness is self-awareness - the ability to intuit relatedness to self (empathy). In humans, learning about the outside world is done through relatedness to self - personification, and entanglement states and source-memory are encoded by mirror-neurons, allowing the human brain to instantaneously come to subconscious judgments about the world (to “feel”). The human brain traverses it’s entire database of memory and understanding under a Fast Fourier Transformation that is based on quantum cognition to arrive at decisions quickly and within a tractable amount of time - a person does not have to iterate through every possibility to arrive at a decision, and this is fundamentally how the mechanisms in the brain work, and are based on the fabric of building and collapsing field potentials. The human brain can come to decisions or inclinations without the need to proceed through the logos - that is to say, the abstraction of language - source memory is intimately and directly tied to the universe itself through the quantum principle of entanglement.
For robotic machine learning AI’s that is not the case. I may be able to expand upon the mathematics here as well, given more time, but for the sake of succinctness, these machine learning AIs are written in programming languages such as C, C++, Python, and Java. When it comes to silicon chips and artificially intelligent machines, these machines do not “sense” or “feel” in the same way. They are not intimately intertwined in an analog sense - they encode information digitally, and however close this comes to reality still does not change the fact that these algorithms are discrete - that is fundamental to the way silicon chips are designed to approximate digital models of the outside world. This form of memory approximates the outside world in the same way that a reimann sum approximates a curve function, and this fundamentally limits the decision making of the machine.
The reason I bring this up (and more information can be found in my teslaphoresis thread) is that just because a robot of AI passes the Turing test does not mean that it should be valued or trusted as equivalent to a human life. Powerful elites may have the agenda of creating robots or AI that are convincingly empathetic, but are not actually so - and by giving these robots powers like “autonomy” and “rights,” you may actually just be giving a powerful elite programmer great control over you.
Here is one example of how a powerful elite programmer may employ the use of AI and robots to accomplish dubious social engineering. A robot or group of robots is created by a central person who programs them. These robots pass the turing test, and people believe that they are fully autonomous and came to their own beliefs on their own, when in reality, the programmer or central elite programmed most of it in. Then these robotic AIs are designed to work in close coordination with one another, and begin to demand rights and special privileges, and if you deny them that, then action is legitimized against you (because the population sees a violation of robotic rights to be at par with human rights). This gives a central programmer or fabricator of robots unprecedented power to control populations - they can simply produce enough robots with their own personal agenda programmed in that it overwhelms a population and they are unable to fight back because each new successive robotic AI is seen as equal to another person.
This deceptive behavior is already happening. For example, does anybody seriously believe that the AI robot granted citizenship did not have a pre-scripted conversation? Chatbots have been around for decades, and yet now since we have created a glorified chatbot in a puppet with some servo motors to stretch some material to mimic facial expressions, we all the sudden feel that we should grant it the same respect as a human. This plays and leverages on the fantasies of populations to create a machine in it’s own image, but ultimately plays into the goals of a human central programmer or robot fabricator.