Coming upon the Earth like a whirlwind is the rapidly approaching paradox of autonomous technology, where humans are no longer needed to be in control of the technology they own, rather the technology will do everything on its own. The Next phase is the self-driving car, and Cadillac just created the ‘First True Hands-Free’ Self-Driving Technology.
The artificial intelligence wave is here, and each exponential step leads the cabal one step closer to their self-defined goal of a robotic replacement of humanity. Historically man has operated the machine, but now, the machine will operate the machine.
The crisis unfolding is being gift wrapped to us all like a convenient present, but this is no toy; millions will unwrap these gifts to find that it was nothing more than a trick to get them out of the way. Corporations and CEO’s will earn exuberantly, but the ordinary citizen will lose everything.
Autonomous robotics and artificial intelligence are being sold to the world as an answer to the problems of everyday life; for example, Google’s new ‘assistant,’ and Cadillacs new autonomous self-driving car, but in reality, the same robotic technology that was once sold to the consumer will replace the consumer.
How so? You can’t buy a house without a job, and if you are in marketing, retail, nursing, fast food, or a factory, your job is on the line. It may not be “tomorrow,” but it may be “next week.”
Cadillac is the first to offer the first truly self-driving car, and this machine doesn’t need your hands on the wheel.
The new technology will ship as an option in Cadillac’s flagship car, the CT6, which the company calls a “prestige sedan.” It will be available in fall this year, only in the U.S. and Canada. The geographical limitation is due to Cadillac’s proprietary mapping: the company mapped every mile of “limited-access highway” in both of those countries.
With the new technology, the driver doesn’t become a passenger. Instead, he or she becomes a “supervisor.”
“When we were developing Super Cruise we knew it was important to keep the driver engaged during operation,” Barry Walkup, chief engineer of Cadillac Super Cruise, said in a statement. “That’s why we’ve added a driver attention function, to insist on driver supervision.”
Tesla, Ford, Volkswagen, Mercedes, and Renault are other automobile manufactures working on self-driving technology. Non-manufacturers building autonomous driving capabilities include Uber, Google. At one point Apple was rumored to be working on the technology as well, although that project has apparently ceased. – Forbes
The goal as stated by the World Economic Forum, is to place everyone on Universal Basic Income. As previously discussed on the Christian Journal, the WEF estimates that each household needs roughly $1,000 to sustain, and as the Artificial Intelligence progresses and jobs dry up that may be all families would have to live on.
The autonomous threat is so real that four out of ten US jobs may be taken over by the year 2030.
Almost 4 in 10 U.S. jobs are at risk from being taken over by robots, according to the latest report from consultancy firm PwC.
The analysis released Friday [March 2017] suggested that 38 percent of U.S. jobs could be at high risk of automation by the early 2030s, higher than the U.K. (30 percent), Germany (35 percent) and Japan (21 percent). -CNBC
Almost half of Americans could be out of work in just over ten years, most likely less but according to the report that is the reality of an autonomous takeover. Instead of halting the rise of artificial intelligence which seeks to displace the ordinary citizen, we the people would simply be thrown a bone called UBI.
The autonomous takeover is not a new fight, but it is one that many are failing to realize is going on. To halt the crisis, we the people have to be creative and independent of the system because the system wants to replace us, literally.
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