Thread regarding Intel Corp. layoffs

Deep Question: Will tech advances wipe out humanity?

Will Intel contribute to that?

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Post ID: @OP+1eKltP0R

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A small part of the human race is destroying the rest by sucking out money from them. Keep them immersed in “whatever”-verse, social media, dr-gs, umemployment or subsistence Employment. Technology plays a huge part in shifting the balance of power.

Now the high-water mark of extracted wealth ( belonging to a single person) from others is 300 billion. This is a proof of weakening competition as the rest of the humanity gradually wastes away. Very soon, this high-water mark will reach 1 trillion, then 10 trillion and nobody will find it unusual. Governments will borrow to pay basic income to everyone else and the population will spend the money to buy dr-gs and po-n with the money.

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Post ID: @3nlg+1eKltP0R

Ok. So, aliens don't exist @1npz+1eKltP0R. Yes, of course technology has/is/will contribute to our demise. If you work for a tech company then you are assisting in that demise. No critical thinking required to know this...

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Post ID: @2yak+1eKltP0R

We have already given the tools to our downfall. We have enabled the capability and given the tools to business to manipulate our minds thru what pretends to be news, truths to turn human against human far more efficiently than weapons and religion did decades or centuries ago.

We may continue to advance technological but as a species following biological and natural laws is gone.

Just look at the claimed messiah and how he can do reality distortion to change what is an obvious problem and broken strategy to a brilliant renewal to be.

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Post ID: @2hnc+1eKltP0R

No. Humanity will destroy humanity with our own stupidity. Then the aliens will swoop down and wipe the last of those remaining.

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Post ID: @1npz+1eKltP0R

We’re already post-human.

We’re cyborgs melded with our phones and mech-suits (cars).

The natural evolution will be more and more machine enhancements to the point where it will be hard to tell where the line is between human and machine.

We frankly need this if we want to expand beyond our planet. Space is too harsh for non-augmented humans.

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