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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 10-13-2018, 12:46 AM - Thread Starter
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[MIT/YT]This AI Senses Humans Through Walls

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RF-Pose provides accurate human pose estimation through walls and occlusions. It leverages the fact that wireless signals in the WiFi frequencies traverse walls and reflect off the human body. It uses a deep neural network approach that parses such radio signals to estimate 2D poses.
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Airport scene from black mirror comes to mind. I am shocked that these threads don't get much recognition but some silly rumour about AMD/NVIDIA does. I guess people being blinded by all that other news that they can't see of what's going on here and will be how they'll eventually take control of us all and there will only be one voice.




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It's about how the technology is used/misused. All this recent computing power has obviously given raise to not having to make complex algorithms and instead let neural network figure it out "approximately" and create the "black box" on it's own by matching input and output etc.
What is annoying is how corporations/... are misusing their massive computing power.
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Quote: Originally Posted by JackCY View Post
It's about how the technology is used/misused. All this recent computing power has obviously given raise to not having to make complex algorithms and instead let neural network figure it out "approximately" and create the "black box" on it's own by matching input and output etc.
What is annoying is how corporations/... are misusing their massive computing power.
This has been part of their plan all along to take control of the human race and maybe they'll now have full control. This AI breakdown technology is dangerous. It can be used to psychologically damage someone. They already use AI to prop up the share price and print money out of thin air but this is taking things to a whole another level. They already have the law on their side and get away with a lot of questionable things to get more what they want and less for us. They steal our wealth, our prosperity and soon, they'll own our thoughts and brain and pretty soon they could deactivate/disconnect you if you say something against the collective.



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Welp.
Now we can't complain that wallhacks in games are unrealistic anymore.
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Dangit howhardcanitbe stop posting stuff like this, you're making me get my tinfoil out.... ;-;



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Dangit howhardcanitbe stop posting stuff like this, you're making me get my tinfoil out.... ;-;

I am not a conspiracy buff or intended that way but just posting technology news which could have serious ramifications because everyone these days has got their guard down when it comes to privacy and seems to be in lala land. We are forced to shed a bit of our privacy with the illusion that this stuff is going to keep us safe but it looks like just to spy on you and an another attempt to make money off you and exploit you. The scary thing is that this actually makes you less safe the more safeguards you put in place.

If you think this is scary, you haven't seen anything yet. Watch when AI becomes general intelligent and then super intelligent. That's when you get a psychopath controlling the human race. Think I am making stuff up? Well, the internet is only 30 years old . Let that sink in.



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Can you use it to have undetectable wall hacks in CS:GO? Asking for a friend.














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Quote: Originally Posted by HowHardCanItBe View Post
This has been part of their plan all along to take control of the human race and maybe they'll now have full control. This AI breakdown technology is dangerous. It can be used to psychologically damage someone. They already use AI to prop up the share price and print money out of thin air but this is taking things to a whole another level. They already have the law on their side and get away with a lot of questionable things to get more what they want and less for us. They steal our wealth, our prosperity and soon, they'll own our thoughts and brain and pretty soon they could deactivate/disconnect you if you say something against the collective.
https://youtu.be/LC5Ds3UftEE
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Keep in mind your monitor cable is already broadcasting your desktop like a high power antenna.
People can record whatever you have on your display from across the street.
Apparently high profile companies in Japan have already covered their offices with a Faraday Cage.
It was a long time ago that I saw that report too (can't remember if it was on TV or Youtube.)
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