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Higher Density Living Podcast

Nov 6, 2022

Alex and Jason talk about how social media and digital algorithms transform social interaction. We are literally living in controlled behavior of Artificial Intelligence, essentially making our thoughts, feelings, and emotions look more cyborg than human. But are we considered cyborgs? Are we more than human? 


This episode continues some of the themes and topics from the previous episode. Alex and Jason will expound their ideas on artificial intelligence and its application in mind and body augmentation.


Can AI eventually develop some form of digital consciousness? When we think of AI it instantly remembers Elon Musk’s overblown claim about the takeover. Artificial Intelligence has always been designed to supplement human lives, not an augmentation of them. 


Recent developments in machine learning technology are not a “terminator” scenario.  Artificial Intelligence simply does not have the capacity to have emotions or any rational output of its own. Sentience cannot be directed under the command and control of someone. It is known that artificial signals can inhibit human thinking, which begs the question, what does it take for something to be considered a cyborg? Both the natural thought process and electronic signals operate in the same vibratory frequency within the electromagnetic spectrum.


Hence, Artificial Intelligence is a separate subject matter from evolution in a Creational sense. It may resemble elements from the latter but it does not have any “creational” aspects as seen in natural form of the former. Alex and Jason also discuss the fundamental weaknesses of Artificial Intelligence. It is vulnerable to its own design without the use of human intervention to control, direct, and command its program. 


As always, Higher Density Living reserves no dogma because only the truth prevails in the universe. Let us join Alex and Jason as they discuss Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence.