Individual: I, I am, who am I? Is this question the answer? Does a plant ask who am I? Does a bird, fish or pethaps a mammal ask who am I. Sophia the robot, who is the first robot to be granted citizenship, did she ask who am I? Why a Saudi Arabian citizenship? With this citizenship is the female robot granted more or less rights than a female born in Saudi Arabia?. “We bring robots to life. Hanson Robotics is an AI and robotics company dedicated to creating socially intelligent machines that enrich the quality of our lives. Why human-like robots?”
Sophia has been given a light flesh tone, brown eyes and has been modeled with a variety of wigs. The robot has been asked questions which have resulted in a variety of interesting answers. As humans we are forging ahead with technology which appears to be outpacing our ability to survive the potential consequences. At this stage we are still striving to maintain our individual sovereignty and need for contact with others.
- We have learned to communicate with symbols. Some openly, some hidden and some for specific purposes. These symbols may or may not have meaning shared by a gathering of people.
The symbols in 2D can look very different in 3D: A triangle becomes a pyramid. A compass can become a Medicine Star.
A cube within a cube – with all points at equal distance. In, Out, Above, Below [All is possible yet no thing is visible. GOD ‘Generation of Diversity’ where the Nothing becomes everything.] North, East, South, West [Direction, Clarity, Posibility, Influence]
Actualization and centering, that in breakthrough – which is only possible outside of the matrix; naturally establish both internally and externally a new order. The unique knowing that is both personally and collectively of value. An tendency that in breakthrough sees justification of its lesser attributes and carries them over into the new order. Where the value of knowing is more important then other aspects of the life. “Remember” “Remember”