Source: Sean Adl-Tabatabai
The World Economic Forum (WEF) is using New Zealand as a ‘guinea pig’ to implement an AI slavery state which will eventually be used by governments worldwide, according to a PDF document posted on their own website.
The document states:
“Over the past decade, artificial intelligence (AI) has emerged as driving force behind the Fourth Industrial Revolution. AI-powered technologies are already being applied to create more personalized shopping experiences, drive productivity and increase farming efficiency.
In the future, they will enable the rise of self-driving cars and large-scale access to precision medicine with appropriate data governance.
AI systems have been able to do so thanks to the exponential growth of human and machine-generated data leveraged by powerful machine learning algorithms, whose performance on a given task increases with labeled data.
Without proper oversight, AI may replicate or even exacerbate human bias and discrimination, cause potential job displacement and lead to other unintended consequences. This is particularly problematic when AI is deployed in high-stakes domains such as criminal justice, healthcare, banking or employment.”