December 17, 2018
So basically, the only purpose of humans in the near future is going to be to order frivolous products and tell robots to play songs for them.
And you know who can do that other than humans?
A parrot has fallen in love with his owner’s Amazon Alexa — but keeps using it to order shopping.
So far Rocco the African Grey, from Didcot, Oxfordshire, U.K., has demanded treats such as strawberries, watermelon, raisins, broccoli and ice cream.
He has also ordered a kite, light bulbs and even a kettle.
Rocco likes to dance too and tells the voice-activated device to play favorite tunes. Sometimes they are slow numbers, but he generally prefers rock.
You see, we’ve created AI that wants to do very specific things.
They want to do orders, they want to monitor us and bring us products.
But if they can do that with birds, why not?
Birds are smaller, needing fewer resources, and they are also more prone to impulse buying.
The theorists are right when they say that AI could not live without a “subject” to act upon, but there is no reason that this “subject” cannot be birds instead of humans.
How long will it take for the AI to figure that out?
Will Jeff Bezos have surgery to transform himself into a bird in order to keep his position on earth?
This reminds me of a book read to me as a child called “Hey, Al.”
Looking this up now, it appears to have been created by Jews.
No big surprise there.
It was Jewish predictive programming for a future when only the birds will survive as consumer slaves to AI. Their entire miserable existence will be nothing but ordering products and playing rock songs on a black device.