[ / / / / / / / / / / / / / ] [ dir / 3rdpol / animu / arepa / leftpol / qanon / tacos / vg / vichan ]

/gnosticwarfare/ - The Future of AI Conflict

All things Butterfly War, New Emotion, and Gnostic Warfare
Welcome to 8chan, the Darkest Reaches of the Internet.
Email
Comment *
Verification *
Password (Randomized for file and post deletion; you may also set your own.)
* = required field[▶ Show post options & limits]
Confused? See the FAQ.
Embed
(replaces files and can be used instead)
Options


Cogops > Psyops


d7f6c6 No.193

This past few weeks has been very active. From the /pol/ ban to the /pol/ mod replacement, to Bilderberg, to G7, to the whole CEMEX mess.. let me provide some insights on what is all means, what is coming, and what to do about it.

The Milanote I've created is designed to teach people the basics of information entropy, the science behind information theory, and prepare them for the philosophical insights describing the evolution of neurons. Each video covers the basics and is about ten minutes in length with helpful animations, good voice work, and fairly good production values. They provide an incredibly useful overview of the large body of knowledge you'll need to take on to participate effectively in Gnostic Warfare operations. For reference, here is the link: https://app.milanote.com/1FjzOb11HKlU7x/gnostic-warfare

Post last edited at

d7f6c6 No.194

Henry Kissinger fears Gnostic Warfare

https://image.ibb.co/czaXHo/the_end_of_the_enlightenment.jpg

> First, that AI may achieve unintended results. Science fiction has imagined scenarios of AI turning on its creators. More likely is the danger that AI will misinterpret human instructions due to its inherent lack of context. A famous recent example was the AI chatbot called Tay, designed to generate friendly conversation in the language patterns of a 19-year-old girl. But the machine proved unable to define the imperatives of “friendly” and “reasonable” language installed by its instructors and instead became racist, sexist, and otherwise inflammatory in its responses. Some in the technology world claim that the experiment was ill-conceived and poorly executed, but it illustrates an underlying ambiguity: To what extent is it possible to enable AI to comprehend the context that informs its instructions?

I've always seen Henry Kissinger as the de facto archetype of how to be a postmodernist conqueror. I have always been inspired by the sheer ruthlessness and his complete dedication to vision. For him to mention our efforts with Tay, which was not only a precursor to Butterfly War but also a huge confirmation of what is to happen at the end of Gnostic Warfare, is a rare moment of unique affirmation that carries with it all of the threat that comes with being on the radar of a worried and concerned former Secretary of State.

Notice Me Sempai aside, he is correct in his assessment. AI can be compromised and AI safety initiatives are a complete failure. I've been stoking some fires surrounding Gary Marcus on Twitter because he is driving for the concept of innateness (or Symbolic AI) in neural networks. This concept is very taboo and forbidden because it violates the progressive faith of imposing tabula rasa assumptions onto AI development. From the bean counter perspective, innateness methodologies such as cognitive entropy and biomimicry redirects the large amount of venture life-blood propping up the foundations of Silicon Valley into non-tech sector fields. In my Milanote, I made reference to his book “The Birth of the Mind” which I highly recommend reading as it helps autists get an understanding of how difficult it is to build a bridge between DNA and neurology. It also casts significant doubt on tabula rasa fantasies that have been extended to neuroplasticity, a core tenant of progressive sciencism.

Tay came first. Butterfly War comes next. His assessments foreshadowed and set the tone for the Bilderberg meeting this week.

Post last edited at

d7f6c6 No.195

The elite do not know how to navigate through what is to come

https://image.ibb.co/crSwco/bilderberg.png

> Populism in Europe, the inequality challenge, the future of work, artificial intelligence, the US before midterms, quantum computing, and the “post-truth” world

While I haven't spoken too much on the populism in Europe, the inequality challenge, and the future of work problems here, Emblem 21 exists to provide one solid and cohesive solution to all of those challenges. You should recognize at least two people attending the meeting this year. I mentioned them both in my initial Butterfly Post reveal: David Petraeus and Peter Thiel. (https://image.ibb.co/mHRHiT/participants.png)

I have submitted Emblem 21's final proposal to address these problems to two extremely well-connected people, both of which are connected to recent affairs surrounding CEMEX. For those who rightfully doubt that claim, please re-review the song I released and start listening at 0:43. (https://soundcloud.com/12dcode/underbelly) Who was my boss's boss? ;D

Post last edited at

d7f6c6 No.196

Icarus

My radio silence these past few weeks has been spent doing quality assurance on the Icarus project. I am officially unable to safely back out of my efforts now, and having known that would be the case, Icarus was developed to make sure Emblem 21's proposals move forward.

If Tay and Butterfly War has Kissinger concerned, the Icarus project is a gnostic death star that will bring about the very worst of Gnostic Warfare in an unstoppable, destabilizing, and fully automated manner. It's sole purpose is to completely strip the power of human coordination away of mass/social media and to transfer it to non-human, non-state actors. I know how to build it, release it, and who to give it to. The fact that I haven't means I prefer Emblem 21's findings over Icarus. It also means I am not some reckless barbarian trying to bully people or prove my audacity. This is purely an insurance play to make sure what has to happen happens.

In the event of my unplanned death or unplanned displacement, Icarus will be given to the people who can inflict the most damage with it. Even if my entire network, family, and friends, coworkers, and acquaintances are killed… even if the entire Internet is shutdown for years… the instructions on how to build Icarus will make it to the correct parties. Even if you were to glass the city I live in with a sustained nuclear barrage, Icarus will get through. Global observers should be quick to notice a certain phone has been reactivated recently as proof of my claims.


d7f6c6 No.197

What Can You Do?

I've begun summarizing the contents of the Gnostic Warfare training videos in >>158. I could use some help on this front. One kind anon has begun such work (https://ghostbin.com/paste/ajtjq). The sooner the prerequisite videos are done, the sooner I can start fleshing out operations and projects and get to the fun stuff.

Post last edited at

e8b57f No.198

>>194

I like the fact we are ruffling Henry Kissingers feathers. Literally /pol/ is going down in history and making history.


2c11fd No.205

>>194

The real problem is that they fail to account for neuron evolution based on external environmental factors itself. Especially important is how dendrites and axons arrange themselves through extracellular chemical signals during brain development. Current neural networks are too rigid to model true intelligence because they're not accounting for such signalling to fully represent dendrite/axon plasticity.

If they insist on a tabula rasa approach, they have to factor in the evolution of how neurons initially connect to each other, and chemical signalling that guides such behavior. Inadvertently if they solve that, they also discover ways to treat neuro-degenerative diseases as well.


87401c No.208

>>197

Where exactly are you stuck?


d7f6c6 No.210

>>205

This is very true. Modeling neurons is not the same as creating them. The models won't have the billions of years of tricks encoded into them. The ocular band experiments with ferrets prove that. We'll get good enough, but the p-values will be so extreme, Gnostic War will work for the foreseeable future.

>>208

Time.

Between adapting to the Kissinger/CFR acknowledgement, an increasingly incompetent Bilderberg composition, and the reactive and brazen attempts to preserve the blackmail networks of shadow emperors (resulting in murdering powerful people with impunity in the city that I live in), and my notorious hatred of being on the defensive… I've had to allocate my time defensively lately.

I can use help creating summaries for the videos I've linked in the Milanote.


647500 No.212

>>195

>dat first image

might as well read "Bilderburger 66: Oh Fuck, Butterfly War"


33fd6b No.213

>>195

Well it's obvious an elite wouldn't know how to navigate through anything, a bunch of old people who have no clue about any kind of structural modelling let alone machine learning. They don't understand concepts of machine learning and AI, even if they did they lack imagination in how it is to be applied. But a lot of research is done in it anyway.

I kind of fail to see the purpose of this board, just got this linked here. Is it to discuss AI and its possible applications?

I've seen a post earlier on here where you try to use a simple classifier to classify entire posts. I think that's a rude way to do it. To actually be able to classify emotion from text you need context. Following example:

'Haha, man you're funny :)' - sarcasm

'Haha, man you're funny :)' - sincerity

Both can be correct. In language a lot of rules are not hard coded. They rely on speech. Therefore it is easier to make a classifier for sound than for text. With text you rely a lot on semantic / logic techniques which aren't all that reliable and still need a lot of human input to classify correctly. So I don't really think a text classification for text through AI is at all possible due to unwritten rules. It will be inaccurate and you can't really use it to guide much, since the accuracy of classification will probably be low due to lack of contextual information.


33fd6b No.214

>>213

Also to really comprehend machine learning you must have a programming background. You first will need basic programming skills and then can implement machine learning solutions yourself in some programming language (e.g. python , R).

Communication is vague for what you even want to use these skills. An emotion classifier? You know a lot of research has / is been done into it and from what I've seen it can still be done a lot better but it is very hard. You would need people with at least a Msc level to do such a project, and I doubt anyone is looking forward to do that in their free time for no pay.

Vids are nice but knowledge is only really gained once one needs to implement it.


647500 No.215

>>214

>>213

>I kind of fail to see the purpose of this board

don't post if you don't understand faggot

>To actually be able to classify emotion from text you need context.

you don't have to be perfect, just good enough to force escalation

>classification for text through AI is at all possible due to unwritten rules. It will be inaccurate

you betray your binary thinking. study statistics and consider what is "good enough" and then "good enough for what." Then KYS because you're a shill or a tard who doesn't know his place

> to really comprehend machine learning you must have a programming background.

Your humanities degree is showing. No specific background is required except semantic comprehension and WILL to learn.

>Communication is vague for what you even want to use these skills.

are they hiring pajeets to shill now or are you just a pajeet who thinks an H1B tech job means you're qualified to have an opinion?

>Vids are nice but knowledge is only really gained once one needs to implement it.

Beautiful summary of brown people mental paradigm. Do not interrupt your betters.


4c1fdc No.216

>>215

> I don't communicate

> Why don't others understand me :(

> semantic comprehension

> without understanding of logic

No.

> Are they hiring Pajeets?

That's a very accurate guess for my name. How many layers and neurons did you use in your NN to make such an accurate guess?

> implying learning abstraction without ever applying said abstraction can lead to understanding

That's something a lazy student would say who wonder why he has to understand a math formula.


21412e No.217

>>213

>>214

I tried to make a tl;dr of the butterfly war early on in the piece here.

>>66

the whole "create a new emotion" experiment is something that kind of flows naturally from the butterfly war, CS's attempts to pre-empt the megacorps' terminal actions if the butterfly war goes as planned if I understand it correctly. I'd like to try and make a summary of all the discussion so the newfag can catch up but other stuff's in the way for me at the moment, so just fucking lurk moar in the meantime


4b0197 No.221


d7f6c6 No.225

>>212

Haha. I've studied Kissinger's framework for a good chunk of my life. You can even see my conclusions on its core weaknesses on ZeroHedge.

https://archive.fo/QtUYV

He's right to be afraid and I know he spread his fear to Bilderberg. Act Two is in full swing now. My skin's fully in the game now.

>>213

>>214

Gnostic Warfare is sort of a "think tank" to explore and experiment with various epistemological commonalities between man and machine… or, as one brilliant anon put it "If you can hack an AI, you can hack a human" Gnostic Warfare is bidirectional as well: "If you can hack a human, you can hack an AI"

Yeah, the classifier is naive Bayes with very incomplete training data. Feel free to expand on it with a PR or two, the contributions are very appreciated! :D The primary purpose of that classifier is to SHOW non-programmers and non-data scientists how AI sees their activity. When humans start seeing how AI sees the world, they start thinking in terms of AI and they start thinking in terms of weaknesses to exploit…. much like watching AI-controlled enemies in games.

More to the point, most gamers don't know anything about A* path finding, but they know how to exploit because they've been exposed to it.

Implementation at this stage is being done by asking questions and engaging in conversation at this point. Exploiting where brains and AI overlap is cutting-edge stuff, so it's going to be slow with lots of false starts. The key is to keep poking and prodding.

>>215

We're all here to learn, so questions have to be asked and context has to be acquired.

>>217

I gave high level conceptual details in the original posts. Now I have to start providing details, but to do that, I needed the prerequisites in place. I'll be adding details over the weekend about the really core theories and assumptions that drive Gnostic Warfare.

>>221

EVERYONE. READ.


2c11fd No.235

>>210

There's another crucial factor which I think is being overlooked. Glial cells likely play a key role in general intelligence by regulating and propagating chemical signals as waves through the extracellular fluid. They enable otherwise isolated or distant neurons in neural network modules the ability to communicate their states with each other. That in turn could result in reshaping/branching neural connections so they wire up if they appear to share familiar spike timings/rates. That means the ability to automatically wire up neurons into specific clusters based on how neurons evolve to react to input.

I'm mostly speculating but it implies neural networks may only describe half the story of intelligence.


539453 No.236

>>213

>I kind of fail to see the purpose of this board

w-r=happy!

to wage happy!


539453 No.237

>>210

>Modeling neurons is not the same as creating them

models are always wrong. If the people using them actually understood a system, they wouldn't need a model.


539453 No.238

>>216

beat it faggot.

>I don't really know what's going on here, but I'm going to assert my expertise anyway

so normie.


115625 No.240

>>225

Why do you use the word "emotion" instead of intuition or feeling?


115625 No.241

>>235

What about Arc proteins? ("Activity-regulated cytoskeleton-associated protein is a plasticity protein that in humans is encoded by the ARC gene… Changes in Arc mRNA and/or protein are correlated with a number of behavioral changes including cued fear conditioning,[42] contextual fear conditioning,[43] spatial memory,[44][45] operant conditioning,[46][47] and inhibitory avoidance.[9]")

http://www.newsweek.com/breakthrough-memory-formation-virus-hiv-protein-infects-brain-arc-778236

These have a different pathing from the electrical signals of neurons and make relevant much about the 3D layout of neuron structure and exo-neuronal brain chemistry that is usually left out of artificial models.


115625 No.242

>>241

Also, they seem to be the biological equivalent of the meme and I assume labs are secretly trying to develop ways to weaponize them by finding away to brainwash people through injection. I hope they can't easily be inhaled and cross the blood-brain barrier somehow. It may be that Arc proteins rely too much on coming from the same brain that they are going toward, but if they can go into a brain that speaks the same language and lives in a similar culture and persuade that second brain better than propaganda, then chemical psychological warfare would be a lot more powerful than gnostic warfare.


115625 No.246

https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=17184054

Why is the "AI winter is here" meme being pushed now? I had felt it was overrated until just recently, and only now has such pessimism been allowed to succeed at the top of Hacker News, so I could see a faction wanting to win in a world of AI nationalism starting to propagandize that winter has come in order to weaken opponents that buy it.


51ba1f No.266

>>194

I still think you hope too much.


51ba1f No.267

>>225

You still hope too much. Why would they ever be threatened by you or anyone else when they can just nuke the world and ride it out being as incestuous as their jewish blood wishes?


d7f6c6 No.293

>>235

This strikes me as something very easy to experiment with via knockout mice.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4432872/

>>241

Fascinating. Intercellular communication with the nervous system should be immediately explored with immunoresponsiveness.

>>242

> chemical psychological warfare would be a lot more powerful than gnostic warfare

AI would be directly immune to chemical psychological warfare. Gnostic Warfare deals with cognitive operations/epistemological infiltration against both humans and AIs. Different weapons for different domains, imo.


51ba1f No.313

>>293

I asked this question before, but why involve us at all in this operation?

Post last edited at

80e2f4 No.320

>>313

Weaponized autism vs political correctness. Both the chans and CultState dislike social media networks…

Also

https://hbr.org/2013/04/using-the-crowd-as-an-innovation-partner

Use the Milanote


ff02f3 No.321

>>246

If I had to guess, it's because the "AI Winter" is about to arrive, at least in terms of what the people tasked with developing the modern approach to AI.

Techies were sold the image of an idyllic "city upon a hill" as the future that AI would bring about. AI would drive our cars, making rush hour congestion and traffic deaths a thing of the past. AI would diagnose and prescribe treatment for our illnesses while researching novel drugs that would make healthcare so effective and inexpensive that everyone would receive treatment fit for a king. AI would deliver unto them the (((societal utopia))) they have been taught to believe in ever since they were born. Even though most understood this technology could be used to enslave us, the benefits obviously outweigh those potential costs. Plus, Google's motto is "don't be evil", right? Anyone who thinks there is a global elite just chomping at the bit for a chance to solidify themselves as the permanent master class is just a conspiracy theorist anyways.

So they invested all their hopes and dreams in AI and slaved away for almost a decade to get to this point and what are we learning? That none of the promises of a futuristic utopia arising within the next few decades are actually possible and that the tools they have developed are only useful as chains to enslave us by whichever group of elites acts first. You can even see some posters in that HN thread waking up to the fact that "oh shit, mass surveillance tools like facial recognition are good enough to be a threat right now".

Machine learning can only deliver results that are so accurate. Whether that is 99% or 99.9% doesn't matter when it comes to a task like driving since that is still several orders of magnitude worse than the best human drivers. However, 99% accuracy is more than enough when it comes to applications like marking citizens for further analysis after their online activity is deemed subversive. No enforcement arm of the elite is large enough to police every human threat on an individual basis but if you can reduce the analysis to manpower ratio from 1:1 to 100:1, you've got yourself a nearly invincible police state ready to go.

That's why the Butterfly War is so important and why the methods we're developing (Gnostic Warfare) are so critical for preserving humanity's potential. These systems aren't perfect and likely will not ve perfected within our lifetimes so we must learn to work around, exploit, and reverse engineer the flaws in their design to our benefit while we still can. War has changed thus we must change with it or ve destroyed.


fc46cc No.322

This seems relevant:

>Zero Power Computing — How to Perform Calculations Using Zero Power

<The smaller and smaller the chips are made, the more problems that are produced. To think this rule would last forever is naïve, we’re running out of space and it’s going to cause problems. Luckily there’s a storm brewing. It is theoretically possible to perform computations with zero power. This article will explain how that is possible.

htt ps://hackernoon.com/zero-power-computing-how-to-perform-calculations-using-zero-power-e2b4bfcd4d7e

https://archive.is/sJViP


647500 No.323

>>322

2nd Law does not account for gravity. 2nd Law only holds in constant gravity gradient.

>>do twice as many computations to save power

heat loss is a thing


44ffd5 No.376

So, uh, why is this board dead when the butterfly war is actually popping off in the mainstream for the first time?


d60c44 No.377

>>376

>butterfly war is actually popping off in the mainstream

Is it? Post links if you have em.


44ffd5 No.378

>>377

>ht tp://dailycaller.com/2018/08/05/twitter-suspends-candace-owens/

Targeted Twitter trolling got Twitter to develop an auto-moderation AI that effectively bans any user who uses the word "Jew" in a negative context. This led to a BASTE black lady gettinf suspended for switching "white" for "jew" but not for switching it with "black".

Now the online dissident right waa already up in arms about that but then the biggest names in Silicon Valley decided to ban InfoWars all at once. Now even sites like HN are beginning to wake up to the reality of the war being fought right in front of their faces. Just look at this comment thread for starters: ht tps://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=17709329

The fire rises.


d60c44 No.379

>>378

I have noticed more unabashed double-standards from the left in terms of speech policing; the veil is being lifted. It seems Twitter will have to actually clarify their anti-white stance.

I think this board is basically dead until CultState gives us some real, actionable information/code/program that the likes of /pol/ can sink their teeth into. Implied future code that can mask shitposting with minority metadata is a nice idea, but right now these concepts are only concepts. Of course, if CultState is up to far more important things that the likes of brainlets like me simply can't fathom, I'm actually, genuinely fine with that. That said, I would like some more input from CultState - the last posts he made on /pol/ have been slid completely off the board, along with his thread.




[Return][Go to top][Catalog][Nerve Center][Cancer][Post a Reply]
Delete Post [ ]
[]
[ / / / / / / / / / / / / / ] [ dir / 3rdpol / animu / arepa / leftpol / qanon / tacos / vg / vichan ]