World Economic Forum (WEF) chairman Klaus Schwab predicted that elections would “soon be a quaint relic of the past,” pointing to the elegance of AII as the new democracy.
During an appearance at Davos, the WEF founder said nations will soon no longer need to hold “elections” because voting would be replaced by artificial intelligence (AI).
Schwab’s sobering comments came during an interview with Google co-founder Sergey Brin, posted to X by Ezra Levant of Rebel News.
Klaus Schwab suggests thst AI replace democratic elections. His father, the Nazi industrialist Eugen Schwab, would be proud.— Ezra Levant 🍁🚛 (@ezralevant) January 15, 2024
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The globalist have begun their dehumanization of the world, it seems.
During the interview, Schwab and Brin discussed “digital technologies” and how they could advance the WEF’s globalist agenda.
“So technology now, and digital technology, mainly have an analytical power,” Schwab said.
“Now, we go into predictive power, and we have seen the first examples.”
“Your company is very much involved in it,” Schwab added.
Schwab then made a stunning comment, saying the next step” for digital technology would be to replace voters with AI.
“But then the next step could be to go into prescriptive mode, which means you do not even have to have elections anymore because you can already predict,” he said.
“And afterward, you can say, why do we need elections? Because we know what the result will be.”
Schwab appears to be referring to his top adviser Yuval Harari’s comments from a few years ago, where he said that humans no longer have free will in an age of AI.
Earlier this month, the WEF also warned about AI-powered misinformation, which they claimed is a major threat to the global economy.
In January, the globalist organization released its Global Risks Report, which said AI-powered misinformation is the primary threat to the global economy.
According to the WEF, misinformation and disinformation seriously threaten democracy and societal harmony, and they vowed to tackle the issues.
Breitbart reported, “the report draws on insights from experts and leaders across various fields and expresses concern over the rising popularity of generative AA.I.technologies like ChatGPT. These technologies simplify the creation of sophisticated AI-generated content, which the WEF claims gives everyone the capability to manipulate public opinion – an ability once reserved for those with specialized tech skills. “
The WEF also expressed concern about the potential for AI-driven misinformation ahead of the 2024 elections.