Anti-Free Speech Big Tech Execs, World Leaders Convene on AI’s Future

May 23rd, 2023 12:58 PM

Artificial intelligence headed the list of topics being discussed at the just-ended Bilderberg conference, which included Big Tech executives.

A press release for the 69th Bilderberg Meeting, which brought together some 130 participants in Lisbon, Portugal, from May 18 – 21, 2023, revealed a list of “key topics for discussion,” headed by “AI.” As experts warn of the serious dangers posed by the AI arms race, it seems multiple tech companies can’t develop AI tools fast enough.

These include Microsoft and OpenAI, whose CEOs attended Bilderberg. The head of a U.S. government agency that worked to censor free speech and a former Google CEO also attended. Microsoft and Google are speeding ahead with AI development.

Bilderberg listed OpenAI CEO Sam Altman, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) Jen Easterly and former Google CEO and current AI investor Eric Schmidt as attendees.

A meeting of so many enemies to free speech seems dangerous. Even when other companies hesitated about rushing ahead with AI, anti-free speech Microsoft appeared to have no inhibitions, which led to the quick shutdown of the Sydney AI chatbot. CEO Nadella recently enthusiastically promoted the idea that people can “retool” themselves with AI. Reid Hoffman, co-founder of Microsoft-owned LinkedIn, recently called AI “the realization of the dream.”

Microsoft isn’t alone. OpenAI’s biased ChatGPT is the fastest growing web platform. OpenAI’s ChatGPT reportedly cracked a joke about Jesus but refused to do the same for Mohammed. ChatGPT further demonstrated leftist bias when asked to write poems about Donald Trump and Joe Biden.

As for CISA, it colluded with Big Tech to censor Americans’ free speech.

Finally, Eric Schmidt was on the Biden transition team and had monetary ties to the anti-free speech Biden White House. Schmidt, who has focused on AI since leaving Google, endorsed social media and tech censorship of “misinformation” in a 2021 interview.

But not everyone is so pro-AI. Experts have cautioned about the risks of AI. Dr. Geoffrey Hinton, nicknamed “godfather of AI,” recently left Google due to concerns over how the company plans to develop and use AI. Just recently, doctors and public health experts called for a halt on AI development until there’s more regulation.

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