The leftist take no responsibility or blame for anything! Even when their bigotry and racism slips out, they either blame it on President Trump or in this case as a “Glitch in the machine.” In truth this is their skirt showing and vindication for what I have been saying for years. Facebook’s AI recently identified a video of black men as “primates.” Which Facebook promptly blamed on a “glitch.” Obviously, Facebook does not want to face accountability for their failure here.
The left and their acolytes are the true racists and they are setting into motion a terrible trap for black America. At this stage of development in AI, it still needs help, spoon fed and data driven. Even if the AI of 2021 was self learning, just where did it learn this? The error of this unfortunate ghost in their machine is this:
Isaac Asimov’s “Moral Code for Robots”;
1 – A robot may not injure a human being, or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.
2 – A robot must obey the orders given it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law.
3 – A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Law.
Please take Note that the key word here is “Human.” This word is important to this matter, you see these egg heads have done their home work or should I say are doing their home work. What brought the Matrix down was the rules for each program were “Universal.” It operated the same for programs and humans alike. In this instance it appears AI is being taught, trained on exceptions to the rules if you will.
So here’s my point: this was a trial and caused a error in the matrix. Their systems are being trained to not see the black male, perhaps the female version wasn’t ready yet. This is clearly a binary training byte. The system whatever that system might be will recognize a black “Human Being” and quickly encode them as a Gorilla. Thereby removing them from the protected category of “Human.” Thereby removing blacks from the protection of the Asimov’s three laws. Can you follow this logic? It is as easy as playing a game of Donkey Kong…
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