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RV/INTELLIGENCE ALERT - December 11, 2017

The NY suicide bomber was a failed false flag attempt by the cabal to delay the inevitable transition event. The last cabal false flag was the Las Vegas shooting. Notice how there haven't been any further false flag attempts until now (every time the RV is nearing release). The cabal may attempt more false flags to delay the transition. The Alliance is actively intercepting their plans.

The indictment orders "pump fake" is being used to scare the cabal into submission.

The actual mass indictment event will initiate once the Alliance vote to a consensus for the Republic to begin the transition.

Incriminating evidence to support the mass indictments builds up day-to-day.

The Alliance agreed to begin the mass indictment event Post-RV and prior to the activation of GESARA.

The Alliance's ultimate goal is to keep the cabal from obtaining or corrupting any of the RV funds. Thus is why the rehydration funds were implemented into a quantum financial system last year.

RV protocols, mechanisms, and funds remain set and ready as of this moment.

White Hat sources are reporting the Middle Eastern situation has been resolved. Peace was required and has been accomplished which was required for the RV release.

Release time remains fluid under Alliance supervision -- expected shortly.




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Saturday, September 10, 2016

Tech Giants Are Uniting to Develop A Set of Ethics for AI


Insiders have revealed to the New York Times that the biggest players in AI are meeting to discuss pressing issues on the development of AI. The goal is to organize in hopes of self-policing before governmental regulatory bodies have to be deployed.


Contrary to fictional portrayals of humans being herded like animals by Artificially Intelligent (AI) machines, realistic concerns about artificial intelligence are far more benign. Still, they are very important, and conversations have to begin in order to look at perhaps setting some ground rules.

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That's why the big players are stepping up. Researchers and scientists from large tech companies Google, Amazon, Microsoft, IBM, and Facebook have been meeting and discussing the future implications of AI for humans.

While no hard details on the group's policies, objectives, or even it's name have come out, insiders have stated the group's intentions: to ensure that A.I. research is focus
ed on benefiting people, not hurting them. That's according to the New York Times.


While no evil Skynet-esque boogeymen have revealed themselves, the increasing pace of AI technology has far outrun regulation or even ethics discussions on the topic. IBM's Watson has already demonstrated its ability to make movie trailers and beat humans at their own game. AI is the brains behind all self-driving tech. Militaries all over the world are increasingly being automatized.

A report published by Stanford impresses the need for industry efforts such as this team-up, in order to solve potential AI problems in the future. The aim of the Stanford group is to check in and report on the status of AI every 5 years for the next century. These meetings and discussions could form the framework for self-policing cooperation.

Such organization could be key to working out the problems of AI, since each company is potentially tugging at a different string when it comes to the technology. Bringing in government regulators now would be ineffective at best, and could stifle innovation at its worst.

"We're not saying that there should be no regulation," said Peter Stone, one of the authors of the Stanford report, to the New York Times. "We're saying that there is a right way and a wrong way."

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