Ghost Bots: China’s AI Version of a Séance


“I know grief is hard and losing a loved one is a nightmare; however, grief also makes many people vulnerable, and vulnerability encourages exploitation. Zhang Zewei is the founder of the AI firm Super Brain, and if you listen to his statement concerning these vulnerable people, he sounds more like a salesman than someone who brings comfort.”

(Milt Harris – PJ Media) Death can be very difficult to accept. Although it’s inevitable for all of us, no one really wants to think about it, far less dwell on it. So when it does happen, the grief can be overwhelming and some will do almost anything to limit the pain.

For centuries, there have been fortune tellers and spiritual mediums who claim to be able to communicate with the dead. There are also many people who reach out to them to do just that. Some are very intelligent and/or famous, such as Thomas Edison, Mae West, Queen Victoria, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (who created the Sherlock Holmes character), Mary Todd Lincoln, Victoria Woodhull (the first woman to run for president in 1872), and Dan Aykroyd, who not only starred in the movie “Ghostbusters” but came up with the idea for the film and co-wrote the script. Aykroyd had plenty of inspiration. His great-grandfather, Sam Aykroyd, was part of a Spiritualist community in Canada, where he regularly hosted seances in the family’s farmhouse throughout the 1920s and 1930s. View article →

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Research: Occult-Sorcery

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