Is Government A.I. Rating Your Value To Society?

Artificial Intelligence is all around us today. It is in our phones, computers and even in handy little assistant pods which can help you around the house. But what if they’re watching you for the Government?

It was recently revealed that the Chinese Government has an A.I. working for them. The A.I. gathers information about individuals in the country and rates their value to the society in which they live. The A.I. gets its information from a number of sources which include: Social Media, Doctors Records, Police records, other A.I.s which share information for a price. And more.

How the rating system works is unknown, but we can imagine that it rates you on productivity, health and intelligence.

And if you think you’re safe because you live in another country, you’d be deadly wrong. Just because there is only one nation going public on this, doesn’t mean there aren’t a number of others doing the same thing in secret.

The question is no longer, if the government does this, but, what are they going to do with the information?

I theorise that because of the rise in population, and a lack of resources, among other factors, that the governments which are using this technology will use the information to alleviate the growing problem. Now I’m not saying that they will go door to door in some Nazi styled purging spree, I think rather, they will stop medical treatments of some patients who are less valuable or allow criminals to kill each other.

If you’re worried about this, which you definitely should be, my suggestion to you is to become in-disposable to the society in which you live.


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German Scientists Prove Life After Death

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Berlin | A team of psychologists and medical doctors associated with the Technische Universität of Berlin, have announced this morning that they had proven by clinical experimentation, the existence of some form of life after death. This astonishing announcement is based on the conclusions of a study using a new type of medically supervised near-death experiences, that allow patients to be clinically dead for almost 20 minutes before being brought back to life.

This controversial process that was repeated on 944 volunteers over that last four years, necessitates a complex mixture of drugs including epinephrine and dimethyltryptamine, destined to allow the body to survive the state of clinical death and the reanimation process without damage. The body of the subject was then put into a temporary comatic state induced by a mixture of other drugs which had to be filtered by ozone from his blood during the reanimation process 18 minutes later.

The extremely long duration of the experience was only recently made possible by the development of a new cardiopulmonary recitation (CPR) machine called the AutoPulse. This type of equipment has already been used over the last few years, to reanimate people who had been dead for somewhere between 40 minutes to an hour.

The team of scientists led by Dr Berthold Ackermann, has monitored the operations and have compiled the testimonies of the subjects. Although there are some slight variations from one individual to another, all of the subjects have some memories of their period of clinical death. and a vast majority of them described some very similar sensations.

Most common memories include a feeling of detachment from the body, feelings of levitation, total serenity, security, warmth, the experience of absolute dissolution, and the presence of an overwhelming light.

The scientists say that they are well aware the many of their conclusions could shock a lot of people, like the fact that the religious beliefs of the various subjects seems to have held no incidence at all, on the sensations and experiences that they described at the end of the experiment. Indeed, the volunteers counted in their ranks some members are a variety of Christian churches, Muslims, Jews, Hindus and atheists.

“I know our results could disturb the beliefs of many people” says Mr Ackermann. “But in a way, we have just answered one of the greatest questions in the history of mankind, so I hope these people will be able to forgive us. Yes, there is life after death and it looks like this applies to everyone.”