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Google is Big Tech working towards singularity through artificial intelligence.

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Futurist Ray Kurzweil, director of engineering at Google Inc., has been interviewed numerous times in 2016-17, to discuss a "hypothetical" girl, whom he names "Danielle"— a girl who achieves technological singularity. The concept is detailed in his book called Danielle, Chronicles of a Super-Heroine.

The book "addresses the question of what would happen if a child, a young girl actually had superintelligence. And she does some remarkable things, like cure cancer and bring peace to the Middle East. She becomes the first democratically elected president of China at age 15." — Ray Kurzweil (2016)[1]

In 2017, Sophia, a social humanoid robot developed in Hong Kong by Hanson Robotics,[2] became a Saudi Arabian citizen in October, the first robot to receive citizenship of any country. The following month, it was named the United Nations Development Programme's first ever Innovation Champion, and the first non-human to be given any United Nations title.[3]

Ray Kurzweil marks 2029 as the year that computers will have human-level intelligence "when an AI will pass a valid Turing test".[4]

Sophia was activated on April 19, 2015.[5] By 2029, this AI robot will be 15 years old, with hopes of not only passing the Turing test, but according to Sophia’s creators, reaching singularity even sooner than the projected date.[6]

Ray Kurzweil's "hypothetical" girl, "Danielle"—who achieves superintelligence (or technological singularity), is described as becoming a president at the age of 15, who solves world problems. The writing on the wall presents a world leader whose biggest scandal may be that she is NOT human.[7][8]

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