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September 28, 2023
CIA Creating AI Tool To Sort Through Your Public Information "To Compete With China"
Big Brother will now be known as Big Data.
The CIA has officially jumped into the AI race as they are now planning to launch its own chatbot, similar to ChatGPT.
The bot will be used across the U.S. government intelligence community in order to help its spies and analysts search through public information.
Because that is exactly what the American public wants the CIA to be doing.
Randy Nixon, director of the CIA’s Open-Source Enterprise division, told Bloomberg that the tool will likely be used by all 18 U.S. intelligence agencies.
“We’ve gone from newspapers and radio, to newspapers and television, to newspapers and cable television, to basic internet, to big data, and it just keeps going,”
He also said that analyzing the level of data across the web is a significant challenge that the AI tool would help with.
“We have to find the needles in the needle field.” He added, “We have to find the needles in the needle field,” Nixon said.
Do you think ‘needle’ is a euphemism for ‘American Citizens?’
Bloomberg reported that this will allow its users to see the original source of the information being sourced, along with a chat feature.
This is also reportedly an attempt to rival China's growing intelligence capabilities.
According to Bloomberg, there are increasing fears that China will be stretching well ahead in the race to command AI and is seeking to become the global leader by 2030.
Why does everything seem to be planned for the year 2030? Must be some sort of weird coincidence.
As frightening as it sounds, in 2021, China developed a 'prosecutor' that could press charges with a reported 97 percent accuracy.
Nixon said the tool will help in condensing information floating through the web and that agents will use a chat program to get information as efficiently as possible.
"Then you can take it to the next level and start chatting and asking questions of the machines to give you answers, also sourced." Nixon added, "'Our collection can just continue to grow and grow with no limitations other than how much things cost.”
It is kind of scary when you think that the CIA will have AI with ‘no limitations.’
Maybe we should pass some regulations and restrictions on what the government is allowed to do before they start experimenting on the public.
But at least we can confidently say that this software is likely only going to be used on foreigners. No way they would rather use it to prosecute and spy on American citizens.