Epstein, MIT, A.I, the Covid-19 App and lots and lots of cash

Epstein, MIT, A.I, the Covid-19 App and lots and lots of cash










7 August 2020

We have connected Jeffrey Epstein and the Zionist network he represents to the Academy womb, Ark, Absolute Return For Kids, which amongst many other dastardly deed operates as the network for the blackmail required to secure support for the Covid pyramid scheme. There is yet another tunnel linking the network of Epstein to the M. I. T. , A.I. and once again the Covid pandemic.

Epstein, MIT, A.I, the Covid-19 App and lots and lots of cash

From a document in which M. I. T.  moves to diminish the controversy surrounding large donations by Jeffrey Epstein, we learn a few things :

Epstein had an interest in A.I. technology.
Epstein financed Joscha Bach and introduced him for hire by M.I.T.(i)
Epstein supported the Digital Currency Initiative.(ii)
Epstein supported Seth Lloyd.(iii)
Epstein donated to the MIT Media Lab and thus to Alex Pentland. (iiii)
Epstein connection to Marvin Lee Minsky.(v)

Alex Pentland was very early in with his Covid – 19 predictions which of course through the app, shows a vested interest in all things Covid pandemic.

If we take a closer look at the A.I. connection we find yet more sinister-interesting interconnections with a platform that educated the Third Reich, that is of course after a tweaking by the Tavistock in London :

Within M. I. T.  we find another play on Froebel as a shift from those old Froebel building blocks and shapely things to all things internet interface, a subject within M. I. T.  that comes under scrachJr at the MIT Media Lab :
Programmable bricks, Froebel Gifts of the 21st Century : https://images.slideplayer.com/28/9368274/slides/slide_14.jpg

Controversy : The Jeffrey Epstein VI Foundation Backs MIT’s Coding Software for five year olds.

Online PR News – 16-September-2014 – There’s a growing number of computer apps inviting children to program their own games, or modify them. For the first time however, MIT Media Lab with funding from the Jeffrey Epstein VI Foundation, has launched a software game and free iPad app called ScratchJr which facilitates programming for five year olds. The software is a revolutionary approach to teaching young children basic concepts of algorithmic and computing language and has set the benchmark for other educational companies…




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(i) Page 12 – Epstein’s $100,000 donation in May 2013 was intended to be used at Ito’s discretion. His donations in November 2013 and in July and September 2014, totaling $300,000 (40% of Epstein’s post-conviction donations), were made to support research by Joscha Bach, a former Media Lab research fellow from Germany whom Epstein introduced to Ito in 2013.12 The Media Lab hired Bach in large part because Epstein subsidized the cost.

Who is Ito? why its Joi Ito, one of Timothy Leary’s little spiders :

‘He sounded the Coronavirus alarm in January of 2020’

On genome editing :
The CRISPR-Cas9 system has generated a lot of excitement in the scientific community because it is faster, cheaper, more accurate, and more efficient than other existing genome editing methods. https://ghr.nlm.nih.gov/primer/genomicresearch/genomeediting

1 to 60 million may die in the U.S. says Bach, a Holocaust level event, Covid – 19 : 


(ii) Page 39 – Senior Team retreat, we conclude that, if any discussion of Epstein did occur at the meeting, it must have been cursory at best, possibly focused solely on issues relating to the Digital Currency Initiative.

(iii) Seth Lloyd should not teach : 
Wiki – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seth_Lloyd

(iiii) Alex Pentland, a contradiction :

Alex Pentland (MIT Media Lab) “Are you embedded in your social surroundings?”

He likes close social encounters :

“Are you embedded in your social surroundings?” This is the “core” question, says Alex “Sandy” Pentland, head of the Human Dynamics group at MIT Media Lab.
It may seem like an odd question for a technologist who has had a major influence on the development of the Fitbit and Google Glass, devices that insert technology between us and the world. Pentland, however, argues it’s a natural extension of his 40 years of experience in the field………….
While research is resolute on the benefits of exercise, which has paved the way for wearable technology to measure every step, heart beat, and calorie burned, the evidence is also clear that humans need each other.
When Harvard researchers studied a cohort of men for 90 years—tracking every life activity from jobs, kids, and spouses to weight, alcohol intake, and income—they found the primary determinant of their well being was the quality of their social interactions. Research shows that people who had weaker social ties had a 50% increased likelihood of dying early than those with stronger ones. Being disconnected, it showed, posed danger comparable to smoking 15 cigarettes a day, and was more predictive of early death than the effects of air pollution or physical inactivity.
That’s where Pentland’s devices come in. Having a social Fitbit won’t instantly make people happier or healthier, any more than millions of exercise-tracking devices already do. Humans know they need to do a lot of stuff that they don’t—sleep eight hours a night, eat fewer Pringles, drink less gin, do more yoga.
But even if we choose not to address our balance of bridging and bonding capital, it’s harder to ignore the nature of our community connections when we know precisely how much or little we are doing. “The one people most commonly fail to get is bridging capital,” Pentland says. “They live very segregated lives.” Evidence that you have not spoken to a new person in over a month should be as alarming as how few vegetables you eat or how few steps you take in a day.

Alex Pentland (MIT Media Lab) on the coronavirus app :

He doesn’t like social encounters :

An army of volunteers, led by MIT professors Ramesh Raskar and Alex ‘Sandy’ Pentland, are building infrastructure and secured apps for contact tracing with privacy-first principles. The Private Kit: Safe Paths app, developed for iOS and Android devices, enables contact tracing while protecting the privacy of the individuals. PrivateKit app uses Bluetooth technology to record any close encounters one has with other uses of the app and GPS locations of the places visited in the last 28 days. This data is encrypted and resides on the user’s phone. Any infected user can choose to share the data with public health officials. Public officials use software to scrub all privacy-related information before uploaded into the database. Once in the database, the system sends alerts to all users who were in the geographical proximity of the infected users.

(v) Marvin Minsky – page 55 of MIT report :
JE [Epstein] has been to the [Media] Lab a number of times. Several of times [sic] to visit different people and a few times to have meetings. [A Media Lab staff member] and I decided a[ ]while ago that it is better to have the meetings outside of the lab. But we have had many many meetings about this. He has been a supporter of various people and funded Marvin Minsky in the old days. Even when Jeffrey [Epstein] was in prison, I think Marvin [Minsky] … visited him in prison…

A statement about research funding :

Further Study

Approaching Coding as a Playground

A pioneer of wearable technology explains how it can connect instead of divide us

MIT’s Safe Paths: Contact Tracing with privacy-protection


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