Scary stuff! Facebook can’t even block inappropriate videos being posted which needs to be their focus not trying to determine the state of our mental health and then send “the men in the white suits” to take us to the mental ward for our safety or to determine our political affiliations..

Ironically as Facebook continues to tout its claims of protecting democracy by taking steps to “ensure the integrity of elections” as Zuckerberg has frequently stated, it will now actively and openly pursue an AI regulated future which, as Elon Musk has personally warned Zuckerberg, will likely be the very source of tyranny and ultimate destruction of future humanity.
“America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we carelessly destroyed ourselves from the inside .” (Abraham Lincoln)


By Meat Grinder Media – Facebook proudly brags that it will use AI to “save lives” based on behavior and thought pattern recognition. A mere few years ago the idea that artificial intelligence (AI) might be used to analyze and report to law enforcement aberrant human behavior on social media and other online platforms was merely the far out premise of dystopian movies such as Minority Report, but now Facebook proudly brags that it will use AI to “save lives” based on behavior and thought pattern recognition..



The latest puff piece in Tech Crunch profiling the apparently innocuous sounding “roll out” of AI (as if a mere modest software update) “to detect suicidal posts before they’re reported” opens with the glowingly optimistic line, “This is software to save lives” – so who could possibly doubt such a wonderful and benign initiative which involves AI evaluating people’s mental health? Tech Crunch’s Josh Cronstine begins:. This is software to save lives. Facebook’s new “proactive detection” artificial intelligence technology will scan all posts for patterns of suicidal thoughts, and when necessary send mental health resources to the user at risk or their friends, or contact local first-responders.

By using AI to flag worrisome posts to human moderators instead of waiting for user reports, Facebook can decrease how long it takes to send help..CEO Mark Zuckerberg has long hinted that his team has been wrestling with ways to prevent what appears to be a disturbingly increased trend of live streamed suicides as well as the much larger social problem of online bullying and harassment. One recent example which gained international media attention was a bizarre incident out of Turkey, where a distraught father shot himself on Facebook Live after announcing that his daughter was getting married without his permission.

Though the example actually demonstrates the endlessly complex and unforeseen variables involved in human decision making and the human psyche – in this case notions of rigid Middle East cultural taboos and stigma clearly played a part – Tech Crunch holds it up as something which AI could possibly prevent..Earlier this year Zuckerberg wrote in a public post that “There have been terribly tragic events – like suicides, some live streamed – that perhaps could have been prevented if someone had realized what was happening and reported them sooner…

Artificial intelligence can help provide a better approach.” And in a post yesterday announcing the new AI suicide prevention tool integration, he wrote that “In the future, AI will be able to understand more of the subtle nuances of language, and will be able to identify different issues beyond suicide as well, including quickly spotting more kinds of bullying and hate.”.

Naturally, we must ask: what does Mark mean by the eerily ambiguous reference to “we will be able to identify different issues beyond suicide as well..”?


[Ednote: It’s on board. A lady had a class photo uploaded and the squares went on each face wanting the name of each person. I added a video to facebook about this new scan and Facebook took it down. Apparently they wish to keep this info quiet.]

December 19, 2017 – This morning, Facebook announced that it’s going to start scanning all the photos uploaded to the social network looking for your face, unless you opt out—or unless you are a European or Canadian, where privacy law actually limits what Facebook can do with people’s faces. The purpose of the scanning, according to Facebook, is to alert you if someone has publicly uploaded a photo of you that you don’t know about, especially if they are trying to impersonate you..

Behind the message about protecting your identity, though is a larger truth about Facebook’s ability to reach into your personal business: The announcement means that Facebook’s face-recognition technology is now so powerful that it can recognize you in any photo, anywhere, even if it has no other reason to expect to find your face in that photo..

It’s easy to identify your face if Facebook is only looking for you among the photos your friends have uploaded. It’s harder if the possible pool is more than a billion people, a.k.a. Facebook’s entire user base. That Facebook thinks it can do the latter means Facebook believes its faceprints are really good now.

And that, in turn, means Facebook has a new powerful tool for mapping who knows who on the social network. By looking at photos from an event, for example, and identifying the faces, Facebook could know everybody who was there and know they might be connected. That would be a boon for Facebook’s People You May Know tool, allowing it to suggest as friends people whose faces appeared in the background of photos it identified you in, or vice versa..

That surveillance power would be more than a little creepy—connecting you, for example, to people wandering around behind you as you pose in front of the Eiffel Tower or to people caught in the background when you drunkenly take a selfie at a bar. Given that potential creepiness, and our longstanding interest in how People You May Know actually works, a Facebook spokesperson pre-emptively sent us a note about the facial recognition tool..

“Wanted to give you a heads up about an announcement we made this morning.
“I can also confirm that we do not use this technology in People You May Know.”
If that should change, I am sure Facebook will let us know


MARK ZUCKERBERG IS GOING TO RUN FOR PRESIDENT IN 2020[Ednote: Zuckerberg believes BASIC PAY is the way for the coming unemployment due to ROBOTS]  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AC3BO2KEpUg*


[Satan pays well: Apple CEO Tim Cook Earned $102 Million in 2017December 27, 2017 PST by Juli Clover – In fiscal 2017, Apple CEO Tim Cook received a salary of $3.06 million plus $9.33 million in bonuses and stock worth $89.2 million for a total compensation package of approximately $102 million, reports Bloomberg. The data was shared today by Apple in a proxy statement filed with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission ahead of the company’s annual shareholders meeting, which will take place on February 13, 2018.



 Lynette Zang 23, 2017 – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cKNVeJLBpfs


THE BIBLE SAYS THIS IS EXACTLY HOW IT WOULD LOOK BEFORE THE END (2017-2018)386,940 views https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hWe62uHpikY*



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