Protecting Your Privacy Should be a High Priority in 2023 – Beware of Substack!
Posted By: Lymerick
Date: Friday, 30-Dec-2022 23:48:47
|by Brian Shilhavy|
Editor, Health Impact NewsThe MIT Technology Review recently published an article about how an iRobot’s Roomba J7 series robot vacuum took pictures of people inside their homes, in one case a woman sitting on a toilet, and those images ended up on the Internet on Facebook.iRobot is the world’s largest vendor of robotic vacuums, and Amazon.com recently bought them for $1.7 billion.The captured images making their way to Facebook was a mistake, as the article clearly explains, and this allegedly didn’t happen with their commercially available iRobots, but from “special development robots with hardware and software modifications” given to users who agreed to allow data streams to be collected for the purpose of training their AI (artificial intelligence).Welcome to the Brave New World of AI. The public has been brainwashed by the Technocrats into thinking that AI is “smart,” and that one day its intelligence will exceed that of humans.But in reality AI is STUPID, because in spite of using the word “intelligence” with this kind of software, it is only as good as the data supplied and programmed by those who develop it, and therefore will NEVER exceed the intelligence of human beings.And human intelligence is also dramatically DECREASING as so many foolishly agreed to be injected with experimental bioweapon shots which has resulted in a huge increase in neurological disorders. See:
A Brain-Damaged Nation: Neurological Diseases Explode in 2021 After COVID-19 Vaccines – 100,000%+ Increase in StrokesSNIP