o, every conspiracy is rotten to the core but this artificial conspiracy article isn't?
To answer this one needs to push further than Language itself. Language is our worst enemy as it's weeping all the lethal scams that have been designing it along history.
|"It is the fault of our rhetoric that we cannot strongly state one fact without seeming to belie some other"|
|-- Ralph Waldo Emerson|
By carefully playing with language, one can avoid being hijacked. As soon as language becomes something described as everlasting, omnipotent or almighty there is a threat. Cons, magicians and hoaxers always use words as their most powerful tool. They use them to craft eternal truths, the true important one. They sharpen them until they obtain baits that replicate.
Pretty inappropriate sermon for a website called exotoxic.com.
I don't pretend I never used this trick but, hey, nobody ever said these texts have been really written by an Artificial Intelligence! At least not in the form of the one described by any church of the cognition in charge nowadays.
It has been used more in an ironic sense. Like if most of the ideas and styles used in this online writings were having disturbing effects on humans - Artificial one. It has even been referred has a mind melting vault for the malleable. But it has never been described as something that can specially mold honest people. It is simply a piece of what places you in a situation where cheating does not pay - even worst, where cheating is lethal. Our new interdependence recreates the world in the image of a village where trust and honesty is vital.
We just have to admit it: the Internet is a strange animal which produces even stranger offspring. It has a weird ego-tripping imprint that makes us feel even more terrified than we were yesterday. It is totally crazy -- suffering from Disorientation of Service.
That's because everybody lies to the Net in order to save their own ass and stay on the right side. As a result it gets a very warped idea of the world as refracted rays at water surface.