By Daniel Taylor
Jerome Corsi: “…certain individuals within the Trump administration NSC acted as co-conspirators with Google in the plan for the government to nationalize the U.S. next-generation 5G telecommunications network.”
Jeremy Straub wrote in the Daily Mail recently that, “I worry that the world may be entering – or perhaps already in – another cold war, fueled by AI.”
The world’s superpowers, namely the United States, China and Russia are racing toward a new “Sputnik moment” with artificial intelligence. Vladimir Putin has stated that “Whoever becomes the leader in this sphere will become the ruler of the world.” Last year, China released a government plan to become the world leader in AI.
Evidence of this ongoing A.I. war emerged recently with revelations regarding Google’s heavy influence in a proposed National Security Council plan to nationalize the 5G infrastructure.
Jerome Corsi reports for infowars that President Trump has rejected the nationalization plan. Interestingly, Corsi revealed that the plan included Google insiders, and that the proposal would be a “counter to… China’s dominance of Artificial Intelligence.” Corsi writes, “…certain individuals within the Trump administration NSC acted as co-conspirators with Google in the plan for the government to nationalize the U.S. next-generation 5G telecommunications network.”
While working to influence policy in the United States, Google is playing both sides in the push for A.I. The company recently opened a large artificial intelligence research facility in Beijing, China.
Fei-Fei Li, head of Google Cloud, said that, “Whether a breakthrough occurs in Silicon Valley, Beijing or anywhere else, it has the potential to make everyone’s life better for the entire world.”
The 5G infrastructure will provide a foundation for an “Internet of Things”, a system that former CIA Director David Petraeus said would revolutionize “clandestine tradecraft.” He continued, “Items of interest will be located, identified, monitored, and remotely controlled through technologies such as radio-frequency identification, sensor networks…”
According to Investors Business Daily, 5G will provide a network for “…augmented reality, autonomous vehicles and smart cities.”