|"Brilliant machines are transforming the way we work" ~ General Electric |
"We marveled at our own magnificence as we gave birth to AI... artificial intelligence." ~ Morpheus, The Matrix
Hey Coppertop, General Electric would like to jack you into the machine world.
Yes, GE is paying Hugo Weaving to reprise his role as Agent Smith to promote (???) the seamless integration of software and hardware that will allow medical technology to achieve omnipresence.
Bear in mind that the agents aren't just the villains in The Matrix. They represent the archontic consciousness that keeps humanity in the bondage of illusion.
So if an archvillain praises a product as an "agent of good," does it mean that product is good or evil? It's a kind of liar paradox; a vicious circularity.
|Kirk: Everything Harry tells you is a lie – remember that! Everything Harry tells you is a lie!" |
Mudd: "Now listen to me carefully, Norman laddie; I - am - lying!"
Norman: "You lie, but if everything you say is a lie then you must be telling the truth, but you cannot be telling the truth because everything you say is a lie... you lie, you tell the truth, you– Illogical! Illogical! Please explain! You are human! Only humans can explain their behavior! Please explain!"
Mudd: "I am not programmed to respond in that area..."
~ "I, Mudd" ~ Star Trek
Am I alone in finding something a little disturbing about a company that started by making machines that serve humanity, but grew into a massive, multinational conglomerate with tentacles in everything from energy to media to high tech, pitching itself as the Architect of The Matrix?
I'll take the red lollypop.