‘Living Nostradamus’ warns that future epidemics could come from AI labs – UNILAD

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Published Apr 13, 2024, 17:27:08 GMT+1Last updated Apr 13, 2024, 17:27:07 GMT+1

The psychic known as the 'Living Nostradamus' has made another worrying prediction about 2024, and it's worth listening up considering his track record.

Athos Salom earned his nickname after foreseeing a number of events that came true in the past few years, ranging from predicting COVID to Elon Musk's takeover of Twitter - and even the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

Salom has now hinted at the next thing to look out for, and surprise surprise, it's all about AI.

The advancements we're seeing in technology could prove to be bigger than we think, as he told the Daily Star: "While AI can assist in various aspects of human life, Salom warns of the destructive potential of this technology.

"Future epidemics might not be natural phenomena but rather synthetic creations from AI laboratories.

"This fusion between biology and technology suggests a scenario where artificial viruses could be developed, whether to cure existing diseases or, paradoxically, to create new ailments."

But that's not all, as the Brazilian psychic has also pointed out that we as humans might be more similar to AI than we think, with one thing tying us together.

"Electricity is a medium between humans and AI, but the ends are distinct: one is the maintenance and experience of biological life, and the other is the processing of information and the execution of programmed or manipulated tasks," he revealed.

Salom told LADbible Group previously that 2024 would see a 'new chapter in human history', with many of his prophecies prior to the year not sounding particularly positive.

He also vaguely stated that artificial intelligence could 'awaken' this year, before expanding on this and explaining how we could expect it to develop.

The 37-year-old has already had a prediction come true this year, as he warned us of the impending 'three days of darkness', previously stating that: "A solar flare would hit Earth, and that a coronal mass ejection (CME) was ahead of us."

A Coronal Mass Ejection, or a CME, is when the Sun ejects a plasma mass and magnetic field outwards.

Salom previously said: "The piece delves into conspiracy theories surrounding the Three Days of Darkness coinciding with a total solar eclipse on April 8, 2024 raising concerns about solar coronal mass ejections (CMEs)."

The aforementioned CME was sighted just weeks before the solar eclipse, with people sighting it on March 24.

It did not cause three days of darkness, but a spectacular solar flare was observed by space fans.

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