Facebook Portal

Facebook Portal

So for $200-$350 you can now let Facebook follow you around. If it wasn’t bad enough that Facebook (like Google) listens to every word spoken around your phone then sends you sponsored adds and has the tech to actually read your mind. I’m so serious about this that I wish I was joking. Amazon has Alexa wanting to control everything in your life and now Alexa is connected to FB Portal. We know FB is the storefront for the fffbbbiii and we know that Amazon cloud is run by our military. I’ve written about all of this in the past…go to my blog (www.hiddeninthecrag.com).

Now this Portal gives AI a literal looksy into your “private” domain. They just don’t want to hear every second of your life, they want to see it. We know Snapchat is used for facial recognition (https://youtu.be/eMolGPyP6Fw), you can’t argue that. But what is this Portal actually up to? Well, I think it is going to be used for sinister AI tech. Remember the Adobe program I wrote about that allows someone to change someone’s conversation in real time? Or the tech that can take a live video and make someone say something they didn’t say? It’s real people….kind of. This is the pinnacle of blackmailing normal people and ruining their lives.

AI is replicating each and every one of us in this artificial world. FB Portal is doing just what the name implies. It is sending physical information of you to the “cloud”. It is creating another you with the help of programs like this. It follows your every movement, mannerism and gesture. They already have your facial recognition and now that need the rest of your body.

Imagine waking up one morning and seeing yourself on national news where they are claiming you did something you know you never did. It’s your voice. It’s your body. But it’s not really new. How could they do this? Easy…they already have all your info. Now there are 2 of you. And that’s just the beginning of this portal. We know what a portal is…a gateway or doorway to somewhere else. But where? Is it coming or going? And the funniest thing is that people pay to have this in their lives. We all have a cousin Alexa nowadays.

“The Facebook Portal, by contrast, is a camera that I have to pay to place in my own home so that Facebook can watch me, monitor what I do and then use that information to sell me ads on my phone. What kind of insane deal is that? That’s like punching yourself in the face so you can get a coupon for a free kick in the balls. As one astute twitter user pointed out – at least in George Orwell’s dystopian classic ‘1984’ the tyrannical government provided the spy cameras free of charge.” (https://amp-wetheunicorns-com.cdn.ampproject.org/v/s/amp.wetheunicorns.com/features/facebook-portal-backlash/?amp_js_v=a2&_gsa=1&usqp=mq331AQCCAE%3D#referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com&_tf=From%20%251%24s&ampshare=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.wetheunicorns.com%2Ffeatures%2Ffacebook-portal-backlash%2F)

Google Top Shot

What also concerns me as far as techy AI coming out is Googles new Top Shot Pixel 3 phone. I always thought it was weird how iPhones had that second of live action on pictures. Like seriously, how did they do that?

Well Google’s new phone does that same thing but then actually picks a picture for you that is better than the one that was taken by a human. The big talk from people isn’t the fact that AI is taking video of you prior to you actually hitting the shutter button but is today the resolution isn’t as good. Really? That’s your concern?

Think about it? AI is taking video and starting the recording process prior to you pressing the shutter button on your phone. If that doesn’t scare you well you are probably the one who will get all of the IoT AI tech. I am curious to know if AI machine learning starts the recording process as soon as you get in picture mode or is it always recording? Either way, it doesn’t matter. I don’t want AI making decisions for me or watching my every move.

Google advertises Pixel 3 Top Shot as an easy way to fix a photo after the fact, as you might not capture the perfect frame when you press the shutter button. With machine learning, Google can process the frames before and after the shutter was pressed to find a better image.Link

Some of the AI-powered software here, specifically a feature like Photobooth, was built initially for Google Clips, the company’s square-shaped photo and video capturing device that automatically operates on its own to let parents capture moments of their kids.Link

Google Lens is also included in this phone. They advertise it as “search what you see”. So our phones are not only listening to us 24/7 but also watching us 24/7. I mean come on, why not pay Google $900 for this phone so they can listen in and watch us.

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