Combining Health/Medical/Biodata Together with Artificial Intelligence – For OUR Benefit? Or For a Different Reason Altogether?

A.I. technology has made significant advances. But what if it never stops advancing?

As I was researching an individual (who shall not be named to protect their anonymity) – I came across a rather… intriguing company that they had an interest in.

For a little background, this individual has been speculated as getting their really young son vaccinated, even before it was authorized in their area. For additional reference, it would seem that being involved in the NHS is also an important part of their repertoire – so perhaps they are of the UK region.

Again, these are more of a supposition based on their information, so please take it with a grain of salt.

Sadly, this individual lost their son not too long ago.

Now, just out of curiosity sakes (not to condemn, provoke, judge, or anything of the sort) I took an initiative to research their twitter page for additional information. What were their other interests/involvements? What makes this person a pro-vaccine advocate? Etc. This is where the information about the NHS comes from.

And in addition, there was another company listed that really took me aback. And that will be the focus of what this post is about.

The DEMON Network

“We are the international network for the application of data science and AI to dementia research. The Deep Dementia Phenotyping (DEMON) Network brings together academics, clinicians and other partners from across the world. By connecting these people, we can identify innovative approaches to interdisciplinary collaborative dementia research across multiple institutions.

Our vision is to revolutionise dementia research and healthcare by bringing innovators together and harnessing the power of data science and AI.”

Source: [ https://demondementia.com/about/ ]

Further research into this group and the above individual’s interests revealed human genomes/genetics and deep brain integration with AI as additional fields of pursuit.

Very interesting.

And once again, just as the SATiN technology – I have to point out the incredibly unnecessary and non-sense acronym that they have decided to choose for their company.

“Deep Dementia Phenotyping (DEMON)”?

It is quite obvious the allusion that they were going for.

Now, for the sake of playing Devil’s advocate (no pun intended), perhaps they only mean it as a reference that ‘dementia’ is such an awful disease and so they are calling dementia itself a “demon”, in the most figurative of sense. Or, one can construe it in the sense that some people have described the symptoms of dementia as that of someone being demonically possessed – the change in personality, the trembling/shaking, sudden aggression, etc. So perhaps their motive was to highlight this detail – as controversial as that would be.

However, under the assumption that anyone who has faith/belief in God/Jesus Christ, or even who believes in preserving humanity in our natural state, and who would not want to tamper with His creations in such a way as to genetically modify and/or merge us (or any other living being) with man-made technology, the rationale that the groups of people initiating this sort of invasive work would deliberately choose the acronym it did for more of a shock value than anything else, and to perhaps mock those who are against this sort of contentious work, would make more sense.

There is, of course, the darker side of the argument, and that’s that the founder(s) of something like DEMON Network, fully believe that they are serving a “demonic” agenda.

No one likes to contemplate on this subject. No one wants to believe that someone running a large organization in manipulating, modifying, genetically changing, hacking the software of life, collecting medical/biological/DNA information – could possibly be involved in such a thing as “demonic worship”, or idolizing machines – like artificial intelligence, for example – or would attempt to personify a computer learning algorithm/intelligence as a “beast system”.

Yet, when digging into transhumanism, technological advancements, the agendas of certain “philanthropic” billionaires and globalists, government agencies… one thing seems to tie them all together. And that is, indeed, a reset of humanity in some way, that involves merging us with machine.

This is NO SECRET, and has been admitted by everyone from Klaus Schwab, to Bill Gates, to Elon Musk, to Henry Kissinger (who was a professor of Klaus Schwab) to institutions such as DARPA.

Getting back to the DEMON Network, who has partnered with the UK Dementia Research Institute, I have selected a few short excerpts from an interview between David Llewellyn (founder of DEMON Network) and Bart De Strooper of the UK DRI that can be found at the following link: [ https://demondementia.com/podcast-using-ai-data-to-fight-dementia/ ] “Podcast: Using AI & data to fight dementia”

David Llewellyn: “We deliberately, I mean, it’s designed to encourage collaboration and new ideas, dangerous ideas, so we want people to join who don’t know anything about dementia. Maybe they know all about transfer learning, or other forms of machine learning, or artificial intelligence.”

Interviewer Megan O’Hare: “When we got given the topic for this podcast, thought to myself, I should probably actually, work out what artificial intelligence is. Obviously we use the word a lot, and you think of that Will Smith film, and – but, and so I had to look around and there’s the cheering test. Which is basically the test of a machine’s ability to exhibit intelligent behavior equivalent to or indistinguishable from that of a human.

But I wanted, because you’re both coming at it from different places, how you view A.I.? Um, to how you think it will impact dementia research? Maybe, David, we start with you?”

David Llewellyn: “Well, it’s a difficult thing to pin down. Because it obviously means different things to different people. But I think in its, in its broader sense, artificial intelligence is the idea that we’ll create machines that think for themselves, and they’re able to exhibit intelligent characteristics without, without us pulling levers; manually inputting and prodding and poking them into what they should be doing.

And the most ambitious form of artificial intelligence is a sort of creation of a new digital, sentient being, which will take over the world and enslave us.

And that’s the – that’s the thing that, that some people worry about. You know, the point at which machines don’t just match our performance, but start to exceed our performance. So that – that’s the, that is a fascinating and yet, and as yet unachieved ambition. That not everyone thinks we should be aiming for either.

I don’t think many people are arguing we’ve created a super-intelligent yet. But it’s possible. It’s possible.

Bart De Strooper: “These are the advances of molecule biology, and how it’s done at the moment is it’s very simplistic. We use a – we use a… […] I apologize to my colleagues – but we take a cell, we put a DNA in it, we express the protein, and then we see things happening, of course, and everything that’s biology. Of course! Biology’s much more complicated.

You need to – to, and that’s – so the next step in molecule biology was, if I’m boring you please interrupt me, but next step was the mouse stuff. When we changed the gene, and then we saw the whole thing change in the mouse.”

Bart De Strooper: “There will be a moment, and that’s also the vision of the DRI, there is a moment that most of the research will be in silico.

Bart De Strooper: “I think that in the 10 years, I foresee for me now, still going on, that’s – a lot of the classical biology will be replaced by, by this combination of silico prediction, and then tested. In 20 years, it’s probably going to be the classical biologists will be a rare species.

David Llewellyn: “Well if you listen to some people, artificial intelligence will make us all redundant.”

Image credited to: UK Dementia Research Institute

And as Dr. James Giordano so succinctly put it, when given funding from multiple different organizations, the possibility of “dual-use” medical/scientific interventions becomes an obvious motive.

Take a study/research that involves David Llewellyn and others on behalf of the European Task Force for Brain Health Services:

[ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8507172/ ] “Modifiable risk factors for dementia and dementia risk profiling. A user manual for Brain Health Services”

Some noteworthy possible Conflicts of Interest that could have influenced some of the research/funding/studies, etc. of such endeavors involves the following companies:

Source: [ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8507172/ ] “Modifiable risk factors for dementia and dementia risk profiling. A user manual for Brain Health Services”

AstraZeneca
BioCross
Biogen
Elan Pharmaceuticals
Genentech
Janssen
Lilly
Lundbeck
Novartis
Pfizer

Those are some extremely familiar names. Now why is this so important?

Well, aside from the very unusual name (DEMON Network) and their possible involvement/affiliations with the above listed organizations – imagine a company being able to provide a cure for such a debilitating illness – like dementia/Alzheimer’s for instance. In fact, imagine a complete cure for anything you can think of.

Cancer. The common cold. Heart attacks. Depression. Schizophrenia. ADHD. AIDS. So on and so forth.

Now ask yourself, what happens to these companies when the cure is established and no one is sick from anything anymore? Well, quite obviously, people won’t need on-going medicine/drugs/therapists/vaccines… etc., etc. Thus, putting the medical field largely out of a very lucrative business. As long as they can keep flourishing with an abundance of “sick” people, an actual CURE would destroy their whole entire foundation.

So from a strictly financial/business point of view, the medical field would be shooting themselves in the foot if they were to ever find such a beneficial treatment. The smart, yet extremely underhanded thing to do, would be to keep the falsehood going that they are treating you, while keeping you sick all the while to peddle drugs and even more treatments to “cure” additional ailments.

Now, am I necessarily saying that this is exactly what’s going on here? Well… there are many signs that certainly do point in that direction. But I am also of the belief that there are people in those institutions that don’t believe this, and who are, in fact, very honest and genuine people trying to help others with their illnesses. But it doesn’t mean that it’s not going on.

Perhaps even some in that field are becoming disillusioned with their very own profession/career and the suspicious activities that their organizations have engaged in. But one can’t help but wonder if this is the true motive of the medical institutions.

And again, it certainly does not help when they pair up with foundations named DEMON Network who are interested in implementing A.I. algorithms and tracking/monitoring human being’s physiology; under the false guise, in my opinion, of helping people.

Elon Musk makes an eerie reference

As mentioned earlier, Elon Musk, who is eager to start implementing his Neuralink implants into human beings next year (2022), has said this rather… interesting “hyperbole” about A.I.’s back in 2014:

Elon Musk: “And with artificial intelligence, we are summoning the demon. You know? You know all those stories where, there’s the guy with the pentagram and the holy water, and he’s like, yeah, he’s sure he can control the demon. [exaggerated winking]

It didn’t work out.

Sure this very well could have been strictly a metaphor, but in context of the individuals/organizations who truly are interested in A.I. technology, and the transhumanism efforts, and who also seem to have an uncanny alliance/affiliation with the Lucis Trust (formerly the Lucifer Trust), the supposition that it is all just a coincidence gets less and less certain.

Metabolic Machines and Demons of Life

In addition to all of that, are even more allusions to the “demonic” qualities that artificial intelligence/computing systems seem to possess. (again, no pun intended)

Thomas Feuerstein is an artist who focuses a lot on biotechnology and fuses biological organisms (algae, human cells) into his artwork. Again, with an interest in artificial intelligence as well, his take on what artificial intelligence is, coupled with his artwork, presents an even deeper meaning into a “demon network” that I don’t think many of us are aware of.

Take the following excerpts from Feuerstein’s presentation for consideration:

All quotes by Thomas Feuerstein:

“Data metabolic systems, I mean works that eat and […] digest data autonomously, and convert them into new data, always based on a software that I call “demon”.

In ancient Greece, the daemon was a translator between ideas and meta, gods and humans. And furthermore, a daemon or demon was a distributor of fate, of resources, goods and information.”

“To this day, the word “demon” hides in many common words, theories and concepts. For example, democracy comes from demos, which means people or nations. And “daemos” derives from daemon. In this sense, a daemon is a governor, a decision maker, and an allocator.”

“Demons today are not only fictional or mythical creatures in literature, religions, superstition, or pop culture. We find them also in science, technology, art, economics, and politics.

And as I said before, without demons there can be no governance, and no cybernetics.

Our daily lives are full of demons, and with the emergence of new technologies and A.I., cultural demons are becoming more and more relevant in a networked society. We find them in electronic devices, in the form of algorithmic trading, in biotechnology, surveillance technology – “

“The ancient concepts of demons we have to sink in new contexts. More and more demons become machines; biochemical and digital machines.”

“Another very strong demon, the Holy Spirit, enters not as a higher source any longer. It enhances the brain, digital and molecular. In future times maybe we are all enlightened people, speaking in tongues and glossolalia becomes a molecular and digital application in our brain.

For example, the company Neuralink, wants to implant brain computer interfaces – so called BCI, to connect the brain with the internet.

Ironically I can say in the future we may not only have artificial intelligence, we may have artificial identity.”

“Deep meaning reminds me of DeepDream from Google [editor’s note: who, unironically, removed the motto “Don’t be evil” from their code of conduct policy…], and shows that the genius is not a person with special abilities, but someone who is controlled by a higher intelligence and ruled like a puppet.”

” – Fernando Corbato and the science team at the MIT, wrote the computer program “daemon”. It was a simple backup program, and daemon was a backronym for a disk and execution monitor. And this is important, because it was the beginning of machines started to talk to themselves. It influenced all later programs from chat BOTS to search BOTS to viruses and artificial intelligence agents. And in this sense, the most mightful and greedy demon who haunts the internet today is the Google bot.”

“More and more demons take possession of our environment and connect us imperceptibly with networked processes. These demons lurk in smartphones and smart homes.”

“Another cosmist, Nikolai Federov, describes the machinist of the future as a place not for death, but for technical reanimated humans. This was science fiction at the time, but today where Google, Facebook […] are constantly collecting data, a digital reapers is approaching technical feasability.

Ironically I would say, we will end not in graves, we will end as demons in cyberspace.”

And like Thomas Feuerstein mentioned, the demon/daemon terminology to describe computer programs/artificial intelligence is an expression  – at least from a computer programmer/hacker’s point of view.

In The Original Hacker’s Dictionary, it describes daemon and demon as the following:

DAEMON (day’mun, dee’mun) [archaic form of “demon”, which has slightly different connotations (q.v.)] n. A program which is not invoked explicitly, but which lays dormant waiting for some condition(s) to occur. The idea is that the perpetrator of the condition need not be aware that a daemon is lurking (though often a program will commit an action only because it knows that it will implicitly invoke a daemon). For example, writing a file on the lpt spooler’s directory will invoke the spooling daemon, which prints the file. The advantage is that programs which want (in this example) files printed need not compete for access to the lpt. They simply enter their implicit requests and let the daemon decide what to do with them. Daemons are usually spawned automatically by the system, and may either live forever or be regenerated at intervals. Usage: DAEMON and DEMON (q.v.) are often used interchangeably, but seem to have distinct connotations. DAEMON was introduced to computing by CTSS people (who pronounced it dee’mon) and used it to refer to what is now called a DRAGON or PHANTOM (q.v.). The meaning and pronunciation have drifted, and we think this glossary reflects current usage.

DEMON (dee’mun) n. A portion of a program which is not invoked explicitly, but which lays dormant waiting for some condition(s) to occur. See DAEMON. The distinction is that demons are usually processes within a program, while daemons are usually programs running on an operating system. Demons are particularly common in AI programs. For example, a knowledge manipulation program might implement inference rules as demons. Whenever a new piece of knowledge was added, various demons would activate (which demons depends on the particular piece of data) and would create additional pieces of knowledge by applying their respective inference rules to the original piece. These new pieces could in turn activate more demons as the inferences filtered down through chains of logic. Meanwhile the main program could continue with whatever its primary task was.”

So now one has to wonder, are the agendas of the “DEMON Network” really to help those with dementia? Or, as Professor David Llewellyn implied himself, are they more interested in:

“Dr Megan O’Hare interviews Professor Bart De Strooper and Professor David Llewellyn, discussing the new UK Dementia Research Institute and DEMON Network partnership to unlock the potential of Artificial Intelligence (AI).”?

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