Recently, Breitbart ran a rather darkly hilarious headline, which should send tremors of fear down every sensible person’s spine.
“Kamala Harris Named ‘AI Czar’ to Save Us from Artificial Intelligence,” the headline blared.
Given the utter disaster of Harris’s (non)actions taken as a so-called “Border Czar,” it’s safe to say she’d be even more terrifying in her (non)actions to combat an increasingly virulent technological influence.
“Vice President Harris and senior Administration officials will meet today with CEOs of four American companies at the forefront of AI innovation,” the White House boomed, though neither Elon Musk nor Mark Zuckerberg was invited to the discussion.
While the White House snub of Musk is unsurprising, the snub of Zuckerberg is more mysterious.
Perhaps Zuck balked at being tasked with helping steal another election for a clearly compromised president, as his censorship of the Hunter Biden laptop story alone was despicable.
Meanwhile, Harris cackled away with other more compliant companies, like Google and Microsoft, where she pompously commanded the companies to exhibit “ethical, moral and legal responsibility to ensure the safety and security of their products.”
Considering Microsoft’s ChatGPT AI will reportedly sing the praises of Biden while refusing to speak favorably about Trump and DeSantis, it’s pretty clear that tech companies are hardly interested in anything ethical, moral, or legal.
If anything, it’s a mega-advanced, anti-conservative algorithm.
Though Harris trills on, offering the typically meaningless word salad that has come to characterize her disastrous vice presidency.
“Government, private companies and others in society must tackle these challenges together. President Biden and I are committed to doing our part – including by advancing potential new regulations and supporting new legislation – so that everyone can safely benefit from technological innovations,” Harris declared pompously.
Little wonder that Musk did not reply favorably to Harris’s nonsense.
Posting a screenshot of the Breitbart headline, Musk simply inquired, “Really?”
Apparently, Amjad Masad, the CEO of software startup Replit, thought he really needed to answer Musk, and he attempted to outwit the Twitter CEO.
“Did @elonmusk think they’re going to revive Von Neumann and have him head AI regulation? You get what you ask for, good and hard,” Masad sneered.
“Maybe someone who can fix their own WiFi router wouldn’t be too much to ask,” Musk retorted.
Nice one! Notably, Masad had exactly zero comeback to that one.
Musk, however, continued to prattle on, offering actionable solutions for Biden’s latest disastrous policy, such as having input from Geoffrey Hinton, a British computer scientist commonly known as the “godfather” of AI.
“Like @geoffreyhinton, for example … I talked to him earlier this week. He just wants to Netflix & chill,” Musk mused.
While Biden and Harris conquer and destroy … through sheer ineptitude alone.
Author: Ofelia Thornton