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Will Artificial Intelligence (AI) be the END of money and scarcity? Will all humankind be rich beyond their wildest dreams?
It's no pipe dream, with AI and nanotech, every single person on this planet could have everything they desire and never have to work again...
I’ve spoken in videos about the implications of AI - inspired to do so by Todd Hayden’s excellent post Art Equals Human. Not Anymore (well worth subscribing to Shrew Views for food for thought and insight in general):
The bottom line is, we’re on the cusp of big changes in society and economies with Artificial Intelligence. It’s going to rip apart the world we knew. Nothing will be the same again. And it will be bewildering for anybody that doesn’t get on board and figure it out.
But AI is just one of many seismic shocks that are going to hit Planet Earth. All of which were coming down the line decades ago. But the (alleged) Covid 19 pandemic, lockdowns and global mask-wearing brought it all out into the open. A head came up over the parapet - and that head wasn’t pretty, it was more like the Cthulhu from H.P. Lovecraft… the chilling monster from the deep.
In other words, we finally caught a glimpse of our malevolent overlords and what they have planned for us… which is even less pretty than the Cthulhu.
But before we despair…
My prediction is that Artificial Intelligence will prove the wildcard, the Black Swan event that unhinges globalist elites and eventually topples them.
Even now, AI is quite amazing. It can create voices - like my Cybermancer above, which is male, but you can also select women’s voices. You can also upload any voice audio and it will be analyzed and rendered as a reasonably natural voice (I’m thinking of doing that with a sample of Boris Karloff).
AI also creates art, photos and graphics very well too. Then there’s ChatGPT which answers questions cogently, and will do many things for you - such as providing you with coding, be it PHP or CSS, or will answer accounting queries. It can even write a full blown article or create a compelling bio from the information you provide. You name it. Whatever you can conceive of, AI can pretty much create it.
BUT: what happens when AI is hooked up to 3D printers? Do we get into the realms of the Star Trek “Replicator” machine?
I think we do…
If so, the advent of Replicator machines stands to change everything - unless the globalist elites and their government lackeys manage to keep control of them. If they do, then hackers will eventually crack their security and spread the code around the world.
As AI and 3D printers become even more sophisticated, we will be able to create anything we need - even create luxuries like a Rolex watch or a diamond necklace. Copyright, patents, and IP will just implode. Gone.
As time goes on, AI will be able to create a dwelling for you - perhaps more of a Buckminster-Fuller style Geodesic Dome… much better than a house or apartment. Also making transport, from futuristic cars and scooters, to individual jetpacks so you can fly.
At this point…
It’s the end of money. It won’t be needed anymore. You won’t need to work. AI Replicators will create all you require, wherever you live on the planet, out of water, air and soil (along with carbon - you’ll need a cylinder of it once, then just create your own carbon). Nanotech will be integral to the mix too.
The point being, there won’t be poor countries anymore. Nobody will be poor. Everybody will have abundance.
Amazing as all this sounds, there is one problem: will humankind be able to cope with no need to work at all? I know most would say, “too right we would”. The thing is, abundance could prove the most shocking thing that’s happened to humankind in all its existence.
The BBC podcast below, from British science historian (and legend) James Burke, gets into all this:
James Burke believes abundance - the end of scarcity - will spell the demise of governments as they basically work with scarcity, figuring out how to share out resources in their own countries, or “steal” them from other countries. Whereas we’ll be in a world where we can have anything we desire. There will be no shortage of anything. Humankind will live lives of replicator-enabled self-sufficiency.
The globalist elites and governments, of course, won’t take this lightly (as we’re seeing now). Like Burke says, they will turn ugly, and there could well be a few decades of world wars and blood on the streets. Or it just be five years of turmoil. We just don’t know. But the world is changing, and there’s no stopping it.
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