Interesting, considering they’re the working on the same team. The team of the evil one, satan. Hollywood has for since its inception, been filled with Nephilim and Nephilim hybrids, actors and actresses, vetted and selected in the most awful of ways. But now, they’re worried about being replaced by AI, which is in this case, ironically animated by demons.
This has to be a ploy, for they must certainly know what it is. It’s likely that they’ll be the ones that are tasked with “trying to convince people that AI is still a good thing, after the first few disasters it will attempt to create, either materialize on the earthen plane of the lower heavens, or don’t. I don’t trust them for beans, and there’s something more to this whole thing.
The rest of this text, is from slashdot.
Is AI Dangerous? James Cameron Says ‘I Warned You Guys in 1984 and You DIdn’t Listen’ (ctvnews.ca)
“Oscar-winning Canadian filmmaker James Cameron says he agrees with experts in the AI field that advancements in the technology pose a serious risk to humanity,” reports CTV:
Many of the so-called godfathers of AI have recently issued warnings about the need to regulate the rapidly advancing technology before it poses a larger threat to humanity. “I absolutely share their concern,” Cameron told CTV News Chief Political Correspondent Vassy Kapelos in a Canadian exclusive interview… “I warned you guys in 1984, and you didn’t listen,” he said…
“I think the weaponization of AI is the biggest danger,” he said. “I think that we will get into the equivalent of a nuclear arms race with AI, and if we don’t build it, the other guys are for sure going to build it, and so then it’ll escalate… You could imagine an AI in a combat theatre, the whole thing just being fought by the computers at a speed humans can no longer intercede, and you have no ability to deescalate…”
Cameron said Tuesday he doesn’t believe the technology is or will soon be at a level of replacing writers, especially because “it’s never an issue of who wrote it, it’s a question of, is it a good story…? I just don’t personally believe that a disembodied mind that’s just regurgitating what other embodied minds have said — about the life that they’ve had, about love, about lying, about fear, about mortality — and just put it all together into a word salad and then regurgitate it … I don’t believe that have something that’s going to move an audience,” he said.
But the article notes about 160,000 actors and other media professionals are on strike, partly over “the use of AI and its need for regulation.”
SAG-AFTRA president Fran Drescher has told reporters that if actors don’t “stand tall right now… We are all going to be in jeopardy of being replaced by machines.”