An opinion piece posted on the World Economic Forum (WEF) website proposes creating an artificial intelligence program that could ultimately serve as a comprehensive global censorship tool.
In this article, writer and cybersecurity expert Inbal Goldberger combines input from powerful AI networks and human intelligence data to track and prevent specific content from circulating online. I’m proposing.
“Since the Internet was introduced, we have had wars, recessions, and new viruses wreaking havoc,” Goldberger wrote. “While the internet has played an important role in how these events are perceived, it has led to the radicalization of extreme opinions, the spread of misinformation, and the widespread reach of child sexual abuse material (CSAM). And other changes have been made possible by the Internet.”
The article addresses the importance of deciphering the coded language used by child abusers and pornographers to spread CSAM and removing the content before it is shared widely.
But in addition to this, Goldberger also mentions that AI will be used to detect “extremism,” “disinformation,” and “hate speech.”
The proposed AI program would be complemented by “off-platform” human intelligence gathering, Goldberger said.
The article has been widely criticized on conservative news sites.
reports of daily caller He pointed out that social media companies have been known to target conservative content online, including posts critical of gender ideology, climate change theory, COVID-19 policy, and vaccine safety. Some of this content has already been classified as misinformation and hate speech and is blocked entirely by some platforms.
Following the online backlash to the article, WEF added a note to readers at the top of the page.
“Please be aware that this article has been shared on a website that routinely misrepresents content and spreads misinformation,” the note read, stating that the content of the article is “the opinion of the author,” Not the World Economic Forum.
“Read the piece for yourself,” the note reads. “Forums are committed to exposing a wide range of voices, and misrepresenting content only undermines open conversation.”
A Globalist Agenda Driving Leftist Social Engineering
China expert Antonio Gracefo said in an article published in the Epoch Times that the WEF is known for promoting a globalist agenda that is “more social engineering than economics.” . Social engineering involves pressure on companies to “follow the WEF’s social directives.”
The WEF is also affiliated with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its programs feature Chinese politicians and businessmen. In a virtual dialogue held in July, Chinese Communist Party banking official Ma Jun called for mobilizing private capital to “avoid financing activities” that undermine nature.
“Basically, what Ma Jun is saying is that companies that don’t follow the globalist agenda will be barred from borrowing,” Gracefo writes.
Also at the WEF annual summit in March, Alibaba Group chiefs announced a system to monitor people’s individual carbon footprint, calculated by analyzing people’s eating habits, travel habits, and other behaviors. talked about