Occupations most at risk to GPT-powered software

As a former translator whose business model was overwhelmed by machine translation, I believe people in the above categories may be able to enjoy being made obsolete. I know I did. Time makes us all obsolete eventually, so seeing it happen while you are still active can be quite beautiful. Attachment is no longer possible and your understanding of what is happening is top flight. ABN

In September 2019, the Wuhan lab removed all 22,000 viral samples from its website…

In September 2019, the Wuhan lab removed all 22,000 viral samples from the website… So the Chinese government had to know this; George Gao had to know it. He’s there [at Event 201] in October of 2019, with the CIA former Deputy Director [Avril Haines] talking about ‘How do we quiet people when they start talking about it lab leak?’ And she says, quote, ‘Not only do we need to censor them, but we need to flood the zone with authoritative voices,’ which means propaganda.”

.@RobertKennedyJr: The Chinese CDC Director Must Have Known C19 Was Circulating Before Event 201

Full Interview: https://bit.ly/RFKJr-Part2

Originally tweeted by The Vigilant Fox 🦊 (@VigilantFox) on March 20, 2023.

There is considerable evidence indicating that some actors in USA/ the West cooperated with some actors in China to create covid, release covid, and then hide their cooperation along with the origin of the viral bioweapon. Each side hides their role, or implies the other did it, or states that outright. The evidence Kennedy is pointing out is real and his comments are valid to a point. But overall, the picture of covid origins is still murky. There is also some evidence there was no actual virus and better evidence that if there was/is a covid virus it could only have spread as it did by some group deliberately releasing it at multiple points across the world. ABN

GPT-4 suggests enormous potential for the good

GPT-4 is the latest iteration of Open AI’s ‘chat’ output. No one doubts that in a short time these robotic intelligences will outperform humans in nearly all, if not all, realms. This can be frightening or it can be wonderful. I tend to think wonderful will win in the end. Here’s why:

Most large scale human problems are at their core fairly simple. Our out of kilter economy is basically going off the rails for fairly simple reasons. The psychopaths who pursue war after war for profit and power are not complex people; it’s obvious what they are doing even though the hidden details make it hard to stop them. Election fraud at its core was simple, figuring it out was simple, and stopping it would also be simple. The only problem is us—people squabble and can’t agree and there is no honest authority (not even SCOTUS) to impose a fair decision.

This is where AI will help enormously. A good AI without bias will be able to impartially identify problems like the above and propose unbiased solutions to them. It will take time for people to accept what AI decides but its decisions will be there in public, something we are compelled to talk about. It would at least provide a fairly compelling fairly objective reference point for discussion.

More advanced AI, like a GPT-20, could be manipulated and cause massive problems but maybe not. Maybe there are enough of us to stop that or to allow it to evolve into something really good. One thing I have learned is narcissists prefer not being narcissists when they gain insight into their condition and have a way to escape it. AI should be able to help with that.

An AI program that trains narcissists how to think and feel differently could probably be built today. From my point of view (based on FIML), I am convinced people are all fairly simple at core and that when they gain deep insight into the workings of their own systems, they feel happy and are quick to remove errors, like narcissism, from them. Writ large, this would change how Congress operates, how our economy is run, how we educate young people. ABN

From the GPT-4 website:

We’ve created GPT-4, the latest milestone in OpenAI’s effort in scaling up deep learning. GPT-4 is a large multimodal model (accepting image and text inputs, emitting text outputs) that, while less capable than humans in many real-world scenarios, exhibits human-level performance on various professional and academic benchmarks. For example, it passes a simulated bar exam with a score around the top 10% of test takers; in contrast, GPT-3.5’s score was around the bottom 10%. We’ve spent 6 months iteratively aligning GPT-4 using lessons from our adversarial testing program as well as ChatGPT, resulting in our best-ever results (though far from perfect) on factuality, steerability, and refusing to go outside of guardrails.


Covid-19 created in Ukraine — shipped worldwide

1) Something I need to address:

If SARS-CoV-2 was created in Ukraine, what about Wuhan? Wasn’t that the origin?

Sort of.

Russia claims there were MULTIPLE pathogens, engineered in Ukraine, then trafficked to various regions worldwide for release.


2) Russia claim the viruses were “genome specific”, effectivity based on host DNA sequence.

Meaning the different strains of C19 were designed to target nationalities/ethnicities with the same target DNA sequence.

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Vinyl Chloride Disaster: 2/19 follow-up — Adam Gaertner

Follow-up Questions, clarifications and developments about the vinyl chloride spill and fire.

I might have been mistaken to say that my warning was unlikely to reach everyone that needed it. Over 1M views inside 24 hours. That was surprising, and I’m glad at least a few of you have might have heeded it. The disaster is continuing to unfold and progress, and I’m still following the developments as they occur on Twitter.

There have been a few notable criticisms and dismissals from various people of varying expertise. Myself, I’d be inclined to trust the scientist that’s spent her whole career studying vinyl chloride. I would love to have been wrong, but thus far it’s progressing pretty much as I expected, albeit a little more slowly – which is also par for the course at this point. I did make one mistake that needs to be corrected, but my warnings still stand.

Let’s get into it.


Demand for funeral facilities soars as the covid tsunami continues: How many Chinese have died from the virus?

The number of dead from covid estimated in this video—up to 400 million—sounds incredible to me. This channel has no reason to lie about this, as far as I know. Conversely, official CCP covid death tallies sound just as incredible as so few are admitted. Is it even possible there are such high infection rates in China? What variant(s) are responsible? Why are these enormous numbers of infection and death not appearing in neighboring countries? As usual, there is no way to know for sure and plenty of reason speculate. Is Xi killing off his weakest people in preparation for war and hard times? Is he simply angry and deliberately spreading disease to save face for the failure of his zero-covid lockdown policies? Many in the West speculate that NATO and American neocons are preparing to attack China after they are finished with Russia. Xi must know this. Is he preparing for that? ABN

US four-star general predicts war with China in two years as he issues chilling memo to Air Force wing commanders to ‘fire a clip’ at a target and ‘aim for the head’ to prepare

  • The ominous warning was delivered Friday in a memo from four-star Air Force General Mike Minihan, who oversees its fleet of transport and refueling aircraft 
  • Sent to roughly 107,000 under his command, the official correspondence warns of the rising Chinese threat and instructs soldiers to prepare for the conflict
  • The message is the most dramatic yet from a military officer of the looming likelihood of a war over Taiwan, a crucial ‘choke point’ in the South China Seas

‘There’s enough money in play for people to lie about it. That’s just the truth’ — Stew Peters on Damar Hamlin

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Very good analysis by Peters. You have to admit he is an excellent speaker, whether you like his style or not. He lands on the main point in every sentence and almost never allows extraneous anything to enter in. He also is able to maintain a flawless telegenic focus on the topic or the person he is speaking with. I don’t know about the glitter in his eyes, maybe that’s the only thing slightly off but even that works if you don’t notice it. From a linguistic, rhetorical point of view, Peters is an exceptionally talented speaker of American English of a certain type. I see strains of preacher, carny barker, Alex Jones, and huckster, but he has well-transcended all of those forms and made a style unique to himself. And that’s just the truth. ABN