Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Altered realities manipulated by the industrial complex and cyber renegades

As 5G approaches in the near future and deep fakes continue to get better to a point they're getting indistinguishable from reality. One important question arises.. What is reality?

With a latency of just 1ms, who are we to perceive as instantaneous?

Typical television sets and the average monitor have a response delay of 5-20ms. Meaning, it takes up to 5-20ms for the television to display the information it received to the observer. 

It takes the average brain 13ms for it to process an image from the lateral geniculate nucleus to the primary visual cortex, which is located in the back of your head. 

With some minute variables of uncertainty. There is maybe a 7-10ms window of free time for information contained at the server location to be modified at their will. 

Here comes the scary part.

Let's say you are watching a "live" broadcast of your favorite local news program and they are about to announce the lottery numbers. You start to check your numbers and you are one away from becoming a millionaire. Sadly, the last number doesn't hit. You are upset because of one lousy number, but at the actual location they did pick your number. However, you never noticed that you were in fact the actual winner. 

Welllll, someone didn't want you to win, or anyone for that matter.
HOW, you ask.

Deepfakes are computer generated images and sounds that alter the original content. They can crop a different face onto a different body and even imitate your voice too. In such a manner that is imperceptible from the truth. 

Inconsolably, that 7-10ms window of unused time was enough time for super computers/quantum computers to process the algorithms to recreate alternate realities for you to perceive without you even having the slightest clue of what actually took place.

Deepfakes can and will become a major problem across the globe. NVIDIA is currently making anti-deepfakes detection software to counter the problem, but that itself won't be enough as they get better over time.

(Diagram coming soon!)

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