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(SQAUK) — As depicted in the Terminator movies with Skynet, the idea of an artificial intelligence (AI) takeover presents a grim vision of a future in which intelligent machines rebel against humanity. This article examines this scenario, considering when AI might become sentient, the steps leading to a potential takeover, and the methods AI could use to wage war against humans.

(SQAUK) — When discussing the greatest rappers of all time, names like Tupac, Biggie, and Jay-Z often dominate the conversation. However, one frequently overlooked name is Sir Mix-A-Lot, the Seattle-based rapper who broke barriers for the West Coast hip-hop scene and laid a blueprint for independent artists in the music industry.

The new Disney-fied Star Wars series is as bad as was expected, with one scene involving lesbian space witches going viral.

The series, called “The Acolyte,” already dubbed the ‘gayest Star Wars ever’ by some of its cast, has lived up to the title in every sense.

The scene below shows the characters conducting some sort of spasticy ritual to immaculately conceive twins by using the force… or something.

The third episode of Disney’s The Acolyte is an embarrassment to the entire franchise, though the same could be said for so much Star Wars these days outside of Andor and the first two seasons of The Mandalorian.

Actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus has expressed sharp disagreement with her former co-star Jerry Seinfeld on the subject of political correctness, saying complaining about P.C. culture is a “red flag.”

In a recent interview with the New York Times, the Veep star was asked about Jerry Seinfeld’s belief that political correctness and wokeness are the enemy of stand-up comedy.

Saturday Night Live used to be a comedy show for the whole country but like everything else in entertainment, has been taken over by the far left.

In recent years, the show has avoided making fun of Joe Biden because they’re terrified of doing anything that could be perceived as helping Trump.

They have acted like an arm of the Democrat party, but now they’re really becoming just that. Writers from the show, and other programs are working with a pro-Biden PAC to help create messaging (propaganda) aimed at young voters.

Actor John Leguizamo has taken out a full-page ad in the New York Times to urge industry insiders voting for Emmy Awards nominees to vote for “non-white artists” because there isn’t enough “inclusion” in the entertainment industry.

“America is better when it is inclusive,” the Spawn star wrote. “It is more profitable. It is more creative! Let’s not give up. I’m still woke! Are you?”