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In 50 years, virtual babies will be commonplace

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According to an artificial intelligence expert, virtual children who can play with you, hug you and even look like you could help fight overpopulation.

In her book, Catriona Campbell, one of the UK’s leading artificial intelligence experts, predicted that “computer babies” will become commonplace in 50 years, as fears of overpopulation will encourage society to have digital kids.

She said that they would only exist in the immersive digital world known as the “metaverse” and would cost next to nothing to raise as they would require minimal resources. They will be accessed using virtual reality technology so that the user feels as if he is face to face with a child.

“Virtual children may seem like a giant leap in technology,” she writes, “but within 50 years, technology will advance so much that children existing in the metaverse will be indistinguishable from children in the real world.

“As the metaverse evolves, I see virtual children becoming an accepted and fully accepted part of society in much of the developed world.”

The Metaverse is an immersive digital world. Campbell suggests that high-tech gloves that can provide tactile feedback can replicate the physical sensations of cuddling, feeding and playing with their offspring.

A 2020 YouGov study on why couples choose not to have children found that nearly 10 percent remain childless due to overpopulation issues, while another 10 percent choose not to start a family due to the costs of raising a child.

Many scientists now believe that declining birth rates will lead to a decline in world population in the second half of the century. Some argue that technological progress will provide a smaller environmental impact for the next generation than ours.

However, Campbell argues that consumers will be drawn to eco-friendly digital babies. Speaking about virtual pets that were created in Japan and became a craze among Western children in the late 1990s and early 2000s, she said:

“Based on the fact that there is a demand for it, and I think there will be, children with artificial intelligence will become widely available for a relatively small monthly fee.”

“Make no mistake that this development, if it does happen, will be a game-changer in technology that, if managed properly, can help us solve some of today’s most pressing problems, including overpopulation.”

Campbell also said that thanks to computer graphics and advanced machine learning, digital children will have photorealistic faces and bodies and will be able to recognize and respond to their parents with face tracking and voice analysis.

Their parents will be able to interact with them in the digital environments of their choice, such as the living room, park or pool. They will also be able to choose how fast their digital children grow up, if they grow up at all.

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CNN Anchor Claims Dangerous Filthy Slums in America Are ‘Vibrant Expressions of Democracy’

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CNN host Fareed Zakaria aired an astonishing rant this past
weekend arguing that major US cities are filthy and dangerous because of
“democracy,” and that makes them more “vibrant.”

Zakaria was attempting to provide a counter argument to Tucker
Carlson’s recent report that Russia’s subways are nicer than America’s.

CNN host Fareed Zakaria asserts that democracy goes hand in hand with living in a complete shit hole, and argues dirtier and chaotic cities are more ‘vibrant’ than clean cities which are usually run by ‘authoritarians’. Report: https://t.co/1Pa2QGS8gL pic.twitter.com/tKKZW2PRRJ

— m o d e r n i t y (@ModernityNews) February 19, 2024

Modernity.news reports: “American cities are expressions of democracy,” Zakaria asserted, claiming they are “places where people have to negotiate differences and find ways to live together, that makes them messier and dirtier and sometimes chaotic.”

He then argued “perhaps that is what has made these cities so vibrant and innovative, and why they have been at the forefront in making America the country that leads the world in economics, technology, culture and power.”

Is rampant crime, homelessness, and drug use part of said vibrancy?

Fact check. American cities were not shit holes when the country emerged as the envy of the world. 

Zakaria continued, “Carlson speaks enviously of cities like Tokyo, Singapore, Abu Dhabi and Dubai, and they are indeed wonderful in their own distinctive ways. But what’s striking about all of them is that they are somewhat tame and subdued. The product of authoritarian governments or conformist culture, or both. American cities are different.”

He appears to be seriously claiming that you cannot  have a clean and safe city without some kind of evil dictatorship overseeing it.

Zakaria continued “Carlson put forward a bizarre hodgepodge of assertions he thought the architecture, food and service in Moscow was better than in any American city. Really? Moscow?”

“Outside of a small historic center, it is filled with drab Soviet era concrete buildings. And while the food in Moscow can be quite good…Better than New York or San Francisco? You need to get out more” Zakaria concluded.

Has he been to San Francisco lately?

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Jacob Rothschild: “My family created Israel”

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Israel is a fake state created by evil globalists.

Jacob Rothschild: “My family created Israel”

Israel is a fake state created by evil globalists.???????? pic.twitter.com/sGj3M8aezG

— Dr. Anastasia Maria Loupis (@DrLoupis) February 18, 2024

 

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