January 29, 2018
The robot thing is happening and the Jewish media is putting out all of these pieces either outright condemning it or seeking to subtly undermine what it ultimately implies.
Robots are getting better at walking, talking and looking like humans.
But big questions remain: Will we want to spend time with them on a regular basis? And how useful to humans could they become?
David Hanson, the founder of Hong Kong-based Hanson Robotics, thinks the true beauty of his creation, Sophia, lies beneath the surface: in her machine-learning capabilities.
“We are building the AI architecture for genuine love,” Mr. Hanson says.
Earlier this month, Facebook’s chief AI scientist, Yann LeCunn, took to Twitter to accuse Mr. Hanson of promoting “Wizard-of-Oz AI,” and compared Sophia’s cognitive abilities to those of a puppet.
“Yann LeCunn’s crude words sadden me,” responded Mr. Hanson, whose team has advanced to the second round of the $5 million IBM Watson AI XPrize, a four-year competition that aims to accelerate adoption of AI technologies. “While Sophia is not yet fully alive or conscious, she is a solid research platform for the pursuit of general intelligence, creativity, and wisdom in machines.”
Fellow roboticist, Hiroshi Ishiguro, director of the Intelligent Robotics Laboratory at Osaka University, has comparably great expectations for his humanoid, Erica. He says his life’s goal is to provide her with “independent consciousness.”
Mr. Ishiguro told The Journal in December that Erica is going to become a newscaster on Japanese television sometime in 2018. According to a source familiar with the plan, she will be making her on-air debut nationwide in Japan in April.
Mr. Ishiguro says Erica’s voice will also be used for interactions with passengers in autonomous vehicles made by a Japanese auto maker.
The fact of the matter is that over the next 15 years, virtually every job which is presently done by a person with an IQ south of 100 will be done by a robot or some other form of automated machine.
This makes nonwhite people effectively entirely useless.
Negroes became useless when the cotton industry became largely mechanized. We never really found a use for them after that.
Right now, Mexicans pick fruits and vegetables, they load them on trucks, and they often stock the shelves of Walmart. Very soon, the crops will be harvested by machines who hand them off to machines who load them on self-driving trucks which drop them off at Walmart where they are unloaded by machines who pass them to machines who place them on shelves.
This is not some far-fetched future world. Literally every element of this process has already been invented and tested, it is just a matter of perfecting it to the point where it is cheap enough to implement.
Over 40% of the population of the United States is brown people who are going to be replaced by machines.
What do we do then?
Well, we have to pay welfare for them. And then they live as complete parasites – all of them – and commit crimes all day long.
We have already seen the way that the children of Mexican immigrants, lacking the IQ to compete with the whites they live among, automatically adopt the black lifestyle of drug dealing and gang warfare.
The future is all laid out right in front of us, and no Jew anywhere can make an argument that this isn’t happening.
All they are able to do is write childish anti-robot articles to give the feeling that maybe this isn’t happening.
But it is happening.
You will see it happen.