The wokeness behind the AI curtain

The integration of artificial intelligence in the “Fourth Industrial Revolution” has the potential to bring rapid and profound changes to the social and cultural landscape, exceeding the speed and disruptive impact of previous industrial revolutions.

Quite apart from science fiction-inspired doomsday scenarios, AI’s most pressing risk is that it threatens our understanding of the world by regulating and reprogramming the internet itself, changing the way information is collected and disseminated. It is a threat that overturns the method.

The Biden administration has taken a multipronged approach to reversing many of the developments.
deregulation The internet advances made under President Trump will shape AI policy for years to come.

The government ended successfully in July.
Safe Leading Big Tech companies such as Amazon, Google, Meta, Microsoft, and OpenAI have taken the initiative and aim to harness the immense potential of artificial intelligence.

Just recently, Joe Biden signed a deal with an executive.
order Establish new AI safety and security benchmarks. These standards prioritize Americans’ privacy, support consumers and workers, promote innovation and fair competition, strengthen America’s global leadership in this field, and, even more ominously, It aims to “advance progress in equity and civil rights.”

Generative AI not only returns results for you to parse, but also suggests what it thinks is the best answer.

Finally, earlier this month, the Federal Communications Commission moved forward with efforts to expand its oversight of the broadband industry. The commission, dominated by Biden appointees, gave sweeping approval.
rule Addressing “digital discrimination” under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Act of 2021. The law requires the FCC to enact regulations to prevent discrimination in Internet access on the basis of income, race, ethnicity, color, religion, or national origin.

By now, it should be clear that “fairness” is at the core of the entire wake project.just like civil rights law
usurped the U.S. Constitution The management and decision-making of private companies will change forever, and recent collaboration between Big Tech and big government on regulation and artificial intelligence will change how we obtain information and the scope of information we have access to.

The fight against “algorithmic discrimination” essentially revolves around determining which interpretations of reality are programmed, and who does the programming. It is important to recognize that this approach is not fair.

Artificial intelligence systems like ChatGPT and facial recognition software learn from their input and inherit biases from the data on which they are trained. According to ethical AI researchers, their mission is to try to prevent these biases from harming different populations. However, this requires limiting certain outputs.

The left has had great success in programming (brainwashing) America’s youth through the education system, and regulating AI programming would allow the left to control the means of algorithmic information production. It will have a huge impact and in some ways
delegation Information Americans receive every time they connect to technology integrated with AI.

One example of this is search and the increased use of generative AI in generating search results.

Search engine algorithms have always been designed to favor more “popular” results and, in some cases, exclude “non-normative” fringe perspectives. Before generative AI, you could enter a search query and go down the rabbit hole at your own pace, clicking link after link and scrolling through pages of search results to find out which “mainstream” I wasn’t satisfied with the story. you.

But with the advent of AI, search is changing. Generative AI doesn’t just return results for you to parse, it also suggests what it thinks is the best answer, at least according to the learning language models created by programmers and humans.

As generative AI becomes more widely adopted, the majority of people will end their questions with what the generative AI determines is the best answer. After all, responses provided by platforms such as Google, Alexa, Siri, Microsoft’s CoPilot, and ChatGPT are often considered trustworthy. This perception is due not only to the influence these companies currently wield, but also to the convenience of getting answers directly without the need for further investigation.

For example, go to Google and ask, “What is a woman?” You will see the following generated AI results:

A woman is an adult human female. The term “woman” also refers to:

  • a person assigned female gender at birth
  • people who define themselves as women
  • Those who are capable of pregnancy and childbirth from adolescence to menopause
  • People with XX chromosomes
  • someone who is a cisgender woman (or ciswoman)
  • A person who is a transgender woman (or transwoman)

The term “What is a woman?” can also refer to:

  • 95 minute movie released on June 1, 2022 by Daily Wire
  • Movies directed by Justin Falk
  • Movie starring Matt Walsh, Stephen Hawking, and Michel Faucier
  • Movies containing attacks on transgender people

Google’s generated AI tells us that a woman is an adult female human, but it also tells us that a woman is someone who was assigned the female gender at birth or who defines themselves as female. I will explain.

This is a programmed wake speech.

Are there any opposing views on this issue? A reference to Matt Walsh’s documentary “What Is a Woman?” characterizes the film as “a film that contains attacks on transgender people.”

The concept of neutrality within a particular political order, and in this case AI is flawed.

As we have already seen within this framework, many public and private organizations are working alongside national education systems to develop critical race theory, gender ideology, environmental, social and governance, diversity, It has adopted policies that support deep-rooted ideological principles such as “diversity.” “Equity and inclusion” and “social and emotional learning” will have a devastating impact on our society and culture.

These policies are now poised to be programmed into the internet itself, as they will be mandated by governments under the new digital civil rights regime. This regime serves as a form of information affirmative action in the digital age, determining what information is included and what is excluded.

Regulations on the spread of speech and information online go beyond the policies of private companies. Through intentional coordination between Big Tech companies, governments, and non-governmental organizations, woke political ideologies are increasingly being forced into the very code that underpins the Internet itself.

The future has been programmed, and revolutions will not be televised, but designed by algorithms. As AI increasingly redefines our past, influences our present, and shapes our future, critical questions arise. Who has the power to program the stories that define our reality?



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