Do you think companies like Google and agencies like NSA are using AI to automatically gather data on all of us on forums such as these?

anon1822

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So, obviously this forum in particular has nothing to do with Google or the NSA. But, the information on forums such as these is just freely available. If they had a decent enough AI, not only could they collect all this data, they could categorize it properly and have profiles on all of us.

Like maybe I said in a certain post I had a cat, the AI would have that information on user ano1822. They'd have data such as: user has connected from the following IP addresses in the following locations, everything single piece of info you revealed about yourself. Hell, they could even link this profile to the data they have from our browsers and other sites we follow, create a sort of more complete profile. They could even add our photos from the webcam.
 

Eskimocel

 
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Ofc we are. Even if you just use your phone to call they will track in it and listen.
 

Inceldo

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AI will open up new doors for roasties to maximize their whoring potential
 

AsiaCel

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No doubt. Everything you posted, viewed or even typed is known to the authorities. What we type even without sending, are logged
 

Grotesque

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(((Google))) collects data about everyone online.

We're not special.
 

incel-american

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I suspect that Western governments digitally spy on their citizens nearly as much as China but are a hell of a lot more secretive about it.
 

MayorOfKekville

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Google collect data on everyone and everything.

Statistically we are one of the least dangerous groups in society. In reality we’re only a danger to ourselves (rope).
 

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