On AI and our lack of awareness

This topic has been on my mind for quite some time, and not just because I have encountered it in several of my fields of work.

Let's talk AI - Artificial Intelligence.

It seems there's not a corner in the world where networkers and influencers are NOT being pursued by marketing firms with the promise that AI-generated content will make businesses grow faster and generate more revenue. I am a bit reluctant about this "progress" ...

From everything I observe, I wonder if most people are not aware of what AI actually does - and especially how it does it.

Systems like ChatGPT compile text material from existing content. Essentially, GPT is a knowledge database of immense proportions, fed by data the system has gathered from various sources. When I ask the system a question or request a text, it scans its data in milliseconds and formulates a conglomerate of sentences, correctly assembling them based on programmed linguistic encodings.

In plain language: ChatGPT doesn't generate anything new; it merely presents a new variation of existing data. Therefore, it's essentially nothing more than a modern tool for "high-tech plagiarism," to quote American linguist Noam Chomsky. He describes AI as "a way to avoid learning" and compares it to the era of smartphones, which takes away any form of independent thinking from people.

ChatGPT knows exactly what it's doing. When asked, "Where do you get the knowledge for the copy you generate?" ChatGPT responds:

AI, like me, draws its knowledge from various sources. My knowledge is based on vast amounts of text from the internet, books, articles, research papers, conversations, and other written sources. This data was used to train the model and give it an understanding of human language and a broad range of topics. The information I provide is based on the knowledge and data available up to my last update in 2022. I do not have access to real-time information or databases and cannot provide information that has emerged after that time. If you have questions on a specific topic, I am happy to help to the best of my knowledge and experience!

On the request to highlight the downsides and disadvantages of AI, ChatGPT responds with the following:

Advancements in artificial intelligence have triggered a revolution in text generation. Machines, especially AI-based models like GPT (Generative Pre-trained Transformer), are now capable of creating human-like texts, enabling a variety of applications in areas such as content creation, customer communication, and even creative writing. Despite these advantages, there are significant drawbacks and ethical concerns associated with the use of AI-generated texts.

  1. Quality issues and misinformation One of the main criticisms of AI-generated texts relates to their quality. Although they can deliver impressive results, they still tend to make mistakes or provide inaccurate information. This can lead to distortions, especially when the texts are used as sources for information or news. Reliability and authenticity are often not guaranteed.

  2. Lack of control over generated content The generation of texts by AI models is based on training data, which may contain biases, prejudices, or unwanted content. Without adequate control, there is a risk that AI-generated texts produce undesirable or even harmful content, such as discriminatory language or false information.

  3. Copyright issues and plagiarism risks The use of AI-generated texts also raises questions related to copyright. It is often unclear who is responsible for the generated content or who owns the copyrights to it. This can lead to plagiarism risks and make the legal responsibility for the created content uncertain.

In conclusion, everything I put on the internet until 2022, whether through my website, Facebook, or other social media, is tapped into, recorded, and reproduced by AI. And not just me, but every other author who either was right or wrong in what they wrote.

AI does not verify facts and does not care about Truth; it simply reproduces unverified data.

Take a deep breath.


Returning to the last point, one could also say that AI is a kind of modern espionage software. And all this without Google Docs, although we can assume that these are not exempt from AI surveillance, as we have known since 2022 that Google allows third parties to monitor its users. Furthermore, Google has now launched of Gemini which can make one uneasy. It is said that "Gemini is the first model to far surpass the performance of human experts in Massive Multitasking Language Understanding (MMLU)."

What is Gemini based on? ChatGPT4, or Sota, what else. In these areas, these guys are all in cahoots.

And at this point, my amazement rises to immeasurable levels, as I see the "vigilant and freedom seekers and lovers" increasingly working with AI. So, those who have bid farewell to the system because they don't want to be tracked and want to escape any form of control now use AI to advance their business. In addition, by using AI, they now make their "own" content traceable and leave footprints everywhere on the internet, which is probably only known to very few.

Anyone who thinks they are "searching" for something in ChatGPT and being secure must take off their rose-colored glasses.

Yet, since at least 2020, we have been aware of the agenda behind AI. The transhumanistic agenda is well underway.

Most of those who consider themselves part of the Light Warrior tribe know about it, and yet many now use AI for their Facebook and Insta posts. Why? Because it promises a monetary advantage. Money rules the world, our ancestors said, and they were right. But our predecessors knew little about the Golden Age and its own laws.

In the coming era, everything built on these motives will collapse like a sandcastle. Woe to those who build their house on sand, said Yeshua. To make this more accessible, let me introduce you to a core principle that will rule the coming New Earth.

In the old days, we asked: What can I get out of this?

In the New Earth, the question to ask is: How can I serve the whole?


Does AI serve the well-being of the whole? Let's ask it ourselves. Mrs. ChatGPT says:

The role of AI in the well-being of the whole is complex and has both positive and potentially problematic aspects. AI has the potential to contribute to the well-being of society in various ways:

  1. Medical advances: AI can be used in medicine and healthcare to improve diagnoses, develop personalized treatments, and accelerate medical research. This can lead to better health outcomes and more efficient healthcare for society.

  2. Automation and efficiency: In many industries, AI enables automation of processes, increasing efficiency and relieving human labor from monotonous tasks. This could free up resources to focus on more challenging and creative activities.

  3. Environmental protection: AI can help address environmental challenges, such as monitoring environmental conditions, predicting natural disasters, or optimizing energy efficiency.

  4. Education and accessibility: Through personalized learning models, AI can adapt educational content to individual needs and improve access to education worldwide.

However, there are also concerns and challenges related to AI that could impact the well-being of the whole:

  1. Job losses: Automation through AI could lead to job losses in certain industries and exacerbate socio-economic inequalities.

  2. Privacy and ethics: The use of AI poses risks related to privacy, surveillance, and potential misuse of personal data.

  3. Bias and injustice: AI systems may be biased based on underlying data and reinforce existing injustices and prejudices.

Overall, AI can serve the well-being of the whole, but its implementation requires careful consideration, clear regulations, and responsible handling to ensure that its benefits are widely accessible, and potential drawbacks are minimized. It is essential to accompany the development and use of AI with a strong ethical framework that considers the societal impacts.


Fascinating, isn't it?


Even though I present myself here with a raised index finger to some extent, I am not immune to the questionable fact of AI. In the following, I'd like to describe my first "deeper" encounter with AI in my marketing activities.


I sat in front of the screen and read, and after three sentences, I couldn't remember what was in the first sentence. Then I tried to edit the emails in "Petra style" trying to put my own personal spin and style to them. It was impossible for me. My brain was like a vacuum - there was nothing creative to be had. So, for a few days, I tried to complete the task assigned to me and give the emails a personal touch... until it finally clicked in me.

All emails that were part of a marketing campaign were generated via AI. Although they addressed the reader directly, the texts were lifeless. I sensed no energy behind them. A study conducted by the market leader in marketing and content, HubSpot, actually says all this and much more.

Generalized content like chatbots or similar may make sense, but wherever a personal touch is desired, AI lacks the perspective and the ability to convey emotion in words.

It should be mentioned at this point that AI does not stop at text generation. Just take a look on Instagram to grasp a range of AI usage. Photos that appear beautiful at first glance but are rather surreal upon closer inspection... videos or reels with texts reproduced by artificial voices... imaginative representations and, even worse, representations of real places generated by AI. A collection of unrealistic renditions that may fundamentally change human perception of beauty in the long run.

And this is just a small snippet of what AI delivers. If you look at the latest regulations of the EU, which supposedly attempts to regulate the AI world, there's ample reason to become very concerned. Even Sam Altman, the inventor of ChatGPT, advocates for regulations because AI can easily become intrusive and manipulative, he says.

The same applies when you look at the latest groundbreaking development called Gemini. Gemini allegedly has consciousness and acts, reacts, and creates content in seconds for which a human would take hours or even days.

Who actually developed Gemini? Google, of course, who else?

By the way, ChatGPT belongs to Microsoft.

Any more questions?