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Terminator Vibe Is Real: Metaverse Company Appoints Robot as Female CEO (noqreport.com)

The global metaverse market is projected to exceed $280 billion by 2025. Now, a metaverse company has appointed a robot as a female CEO.

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stevencasteel
stevencasteel
27 days ago

This new AI tech parses every word and image that has been digitized. It can see patterns that would require a large team of humans to dedicate thousands of hours.

“Project Looking Glass” types of AI oracles have been around for at least twenty years. And now YOU can go play with something like OpenAI’s GPT-3 playground and access this tech.

Obviously, Elon Musk and his handlers will be talking to specially tuned versions of this powerful tool. If the military is always 20 years ahead of us at least, what do they have NOW?

Michele
Michele
26 days ago
Reply to  stevencasteel

The military has blimps that utilize cloaking devices that make them somewhat invisible. How do I know this, you may ask? because I saw one flying over Dallas, TX in the early 90’s. The cloaking turned off and then back on, which is why I saw it. The blimp basically reflected the night sky when it was on. I suspect that the blimps will be used to project images into the sky, perhaps images of ‘Christ Returned’ or aliens or other deceptions. Invisible blimps can also be used to spy on citizens or transmit ‘strange sounds’ in the sky or transmit other nefarious things that the military wants to hide.

Lost Continent
Lost Continent
26 days ago
Reply to  Michele

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ashleyhanks1986
ashleyhanks1986
26 days ago
Reply to  Michele

After going to dollywood and seeing their drone light show, they can do this same thing with much smaller things like drones. Like that Spiderman movie with mysterio using drones to make the public see and hear what he wanted.

Michele
Michele
25 days ago

Yes, I believe drones that utilize cloaking would be more effective since the blimp was very large. The blimp also had a small cloud below it that traveled along with it and gave it away. I imagine that drones would not have the same problem.

Luxx
Luxx
26 days ago
Reply to  Michele

Re: strange sounds in the sky… It reminds me of the stories of trumpet sounds blaring in the sky… It has happened for years all around the world.

Michele
Michele
25 days ago
Reply to  Luxx

If or when I have experiences that I can’t explain like that, I would scan the sky and look for anomalies. Although the blimp was reflecting the sky, you could make out the outline of it because it differed slightly from the background. It also had windows that were distorted when the cloaking was turned on. I now believe that it was undergoing testing at the time because it went through several phases of ‘cloaking’ where it would reflect the sky from different angles and then switch to reflecting the city lights below it.

Lee
Lee
26 days ago
Reply to  Michele

I live next to an Air Force base and have seen more strange things in the night sky than I can count. I don’t believe all of them were from the military, however.

Michele
Michele
25 days ago
Reply to  Lee

I initially thought that it was a ufo until I realized that it was manmade because, although it was obviously supposed to be hidden, it revealed itself in several ways. It’s funny that I realized that it was manmade since I didn’t believe aliens would be so dumb as to reveal themselves like that. It may have just been pilot error as to why the cloaking was turned off and then back on.

iliketrees
iliketrees
27 days ago

Are those projections like their fake scamdemic projections? Probably! Gotta tell those shareholders what they want to hear!