Dystopian Times: A.I. Is Now Able To Read Minds While Palantir Technologies Provides A.I. Military Support Platforms

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We are already there, yes.

Our Future armies are advancing…and no one can do anything against it.

Authored by Andrew Tarantola Via Engadget

Authored by Peter Thiel Via Palantir A.I. Platform

AI can turn thoughts into video.
In a new research paper published by Nature, researchers developed a new AI method called CEBRA that translates brain signals into video.
That’s right, AI can now read minds.

Peter Thiel is an entrepreneur and investor who co-founded PayPal and Palantir Technologies. He is also a noted supporter of former President Donald Trump.


Also Peter Thiel is a homosexual, and a gentle person.

Palantir Technologies is a data analysis company that provides now A.I. software to various customers, including the military, for use in areas such as logistics and intelligence.

In terms of Thiel’s involvement with Palantir’s military AI project, the company has been developing and implementing technology to help the military process and analyze data.

Palantir was involved in a contract with the US Army to provide data analysis tools for battlefield decision-making. However, Palantir has faced criticism for its work with the military, and there have been concerns raised about the potential impact of AI on military decision-making.

Meet the Palantir Artificial Intelligence Platform (AIP) to integrate AI into military decision-making.

AIP allows military operators to utilize AI for specific military tasks.

An army of humans and artificial intelligence (A.I.) working together can be devastating for the enemy.

If A.I. is used in flight combat situations, it could potentially turn the tide of the battle by analyzing the scenario in real-time and adapting its strategy accordingly.


Palantir already sells its domestic surveillance services to US Immigration and Customs Enforcement, so it should come as no surprise that the company founded by billionaire Peter Thiel is working to make inroads into the Pentagon as well. On Tuesday, the company released a video demo of its latest offering, the Palantir Artificial Intelligence Platform (AIP). While the system itself is simply designed to integrate large language models (LLMs) like OpenAI’s GPT-4 or Google’s BERT into privately-operated networks, the very first thing they did was apply it to the modern battlefield.

In the video demo above, a military operator tasked with monitoring the Eastern European theater discovers enemy forces massing near the border and responds by asking a ChatGPT-style digital assistant for help with deploying reconnaissance drones, ginning up tactical responses to the perceived aggression and even organize the jamming of the enemy’s communications. The AIP is shown helping estimate the enemy’s composition and capabilities by launching a Reaper drone on a reconnaissance mission in response the to operator’s request for better pictures, and suggesting appropriate responses given the discovery of an armored element.

“LLMs and algorithms must be controlled in this highly regulated and sensitive context to ensure that they are used in a legal and ethical way,” the video begins. To do so, AIP’s operation is based on three “key pillars,” the first being that AIP will deploy across a classified system, able to parse in real-time both classified and non-classified data, ethically and legally. The company did not elaborate on how that would work. The second pillar is that users will be able to toggle the scope and actions of every LLM and asset on the network. The AIP itself will generate a secure digital record of the entire operation, “crucial for mitigating significant legal, regulatory, and ethical risks in sensitive and classified settings,” according to the demo. The third pillar are AIP’s “industry-leading guardrails” to prevent the system from taking unauthorized actions.

A “human in the loop” to prevent such actions does exist in Palantir’s scenario, though from the video, the “operator” appears to do little more than nod along with whatever AIP suggests. The demo also did not elaborate on what steps are being taken to prevent the LLMs that the system relies on from “hallucinating” pertinent facts and details.

The use of AI in the military sector brings up several potential risks and concerns. One issue is the possibility of losing human control over autonomous weapons systems, which could lead to unintended harm to civilians and infrastructure.

Additionally, the development and deployment of military AI could lead to an arms race between global superpowers, as each country seeks to gain an advantage in this technology.

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Other concerns include the potential for situational ethics to arise, as AI may make decisions on the battlefield with limited human oversight. There are also practical concerns, such as the risk of cyberattacks on AI systems and the need for extensive training to ensure that military personnel can effectively operate and integrate AI technology.


Given these concerns, it is reasonable for individuals to be worried about the implications of military AI. It is important to carefully consider the ethical and practical implications of AI in the military sector, and to establish guidelines and regulations to ensure that this technology is used safely and ethically.


Ultimately, the goal should be to harness the potential benefits of AI technology while minimizing its risks and ensuring that human oversight remains a central component of military decision-making: like leaving a permanent AI army to patrol streets and skies, as this could lead to an Orwellian state.

Unfortunately, we are already seeing signs of this from years…


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