Elon Musk told the National Governors Association, “There certainly will be job disruption. Because what’s going to happen is robots will be able to do everything better than us.” Musk even went so far as to say that “AI is a fundamental risk to the existence of human civilization.”
John Cryan, the millionaire CEO of Deutsche Bank, is the latest industry leader to suggest that technology will lead to significant layoffs — and possibly sooner than we think.
Elon Musk is no stranger to futurecasting a foreboding dystopia ahead for mankind, as we noted recently. But during a speech he gave today at the National Governors Association Summer Meeting in Rhode Island, Musk turned up the future-fearmongery amplifier to ’11’.
As a reminder, in the past, when he was asked about whether humans are living inside a computer simulation, Musk made headlines last year by saying he thinks the chances are one in billions that we aren’t.
It’s all time tunnels and temporal reflectivity. Everything that is happening now happened or is happening in the past as a mirrored reflection of the present. We can assume the same is for the future if we don’t break out of the loop-back system. This is like a cube with mirrored walls. The extended ‘realm’ outside of the present and the local environment is projected through a hyperbolic replication of current parameters. These parameters are altered or updated through our input and thus this is literally a consciousness-replicating, awareness controlled reality simulation system. There is no way around this. No matter how ‘real’ or serious this feels to you, all of that is possible. All of that is ok. The system is designed to be experienced this way and it is ‘real’, however the format is based upon repeating patterns and input from stimuli and so no matter what, the system is designed to function like a real-life simulation.