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Discussion in 'Your Paranormal Experiences' started by CalicoBarnCat, Mar 1, 2018.
Good question. Like was he suppose to be there ?!
Of course, I get ads in my email from websites I have visited. If that was all that had happened, I might be annoyed, but not freaked out.
The question I have is how in the world did these people get my home address from me just happening to browse a list of haunted places in my state and then get the invite to me the very next day?
This kind of creepy thing is happening to me all the time now. I was keeping a journal of bizarre/unexplained events, but the more I journaled this stuff, the more it happened.
No, in fact, I never did get around to checking out the theatre. I kept the postcard from them. I added it to a collection of bizarre things received in the mail over the past 10 years.
I do completely agree that our devices/internet definitely spy on us to the best of their ability. I definitely 1000% agree that AI is more dangerous than aliens. Just think about Terminator (the movie). That could become more than fiction, at this rate, I think.
But, mostly, CalicoBarnCat, there's more to getting an invite in the mail than just cyberstalking in my opinion. Like you said, it was personally addressed to you and they somehow had your personal address. That's odd especially when it's from a theatre and not some massively huge place that would very likely scour the web for any shot at advertising to the proper market. I like to think that if someone puts feelers out there, wants to welcome in knowledge or experiences of the paranormal, it comes their way. A sort of putting energy out and getting feedback, like karma sort of. It's totally crazy that something like that happened to you, CalicoBarnCat. Very neat but jarring at the same time.
regarding ai being a bigger threat, check this out.
Can you imagine if they were armed. Omg. This is scary
the DMZ between the Koreas are full of autonomous machine guns. the idea this not as far fetched as you think. the UN and many NGO's are making an effort to ban the use or production of fully autonomous weapons.
Thanks for the update. It’s all shocking.
this is true, the system/weapons are called sentry guns. but while they do have the capability to be truly autonomous they are actually controlled by a person. they will first give out a warning and then a living person will give the command to fire or not. they can be programmed to be completely autonomous but that would send the wrong signal to anyone who may be trying to defect. plus we still do maneuver's along the dmz, and ppl do get lost.... wouldn't want someone getting shot just because of a stupid mistake, everything has to be as idiot proof as possible.
but the possibility is still there for full autonomy like you said. and we can pack AI capable hardware into something as small as a toaster oven (smart phones don't count because the hardware behind Siri is in a huge server owned by apple) and the only mention of a ban of these weapons is found in the Geneva convention. and we all know how every army follows those protocols