Much of AI is reliant upon the use of mobile phones and other such devices, including by children for learning and research. Why are children being exposed to these devises, often from a very tender age. Are parents aware that the mobile phone-controlled baby monitors which they place within feet of their sleeping baby also emits radiation?
Doctors are warning parents that children under two should not be allowed to stare at digital devices at all. As reported in the Daily Mail last week, medics who looked at the effects of screen-time on the development of babies said their use led to mental health issues and obesity in teenage years. Children, including babies, become addicted to the devices because their brains are not fully developed.
Doctors in Sweden found that the early use of screens can lead to delayed language development and difficulties controlling emotions and behaviour. They said three to five-year olds should be limited to an hour a day screen time.
Considering the view that our brains are not fully developed until the age of 25, perhaps the epidemic of mental health problems amongst the young is already the result of over exposure.
Surely now is the time to take this matter more seriously before today’s babies, toddlers and primary school children follow down this slippery slope. Why stop worrying about young brains and vital organs once the child reaches two? Surely all children need protecting until they are adult enough to decide what risks they are prepared to take with their health.
The damage being inflicted upon young brains, and vital organs, including adults, through the overuse of these devises is well known to the medical world and scientists. Should the public not be reminded that mobile phones emit low levels of radio frequency energy which heat body tissue and can cause problems such as headaches or worse brain tumours?
It is well documented that some women who have regularly tucked mobiles into their bras have developed breast cancer, and men who carry their mobiles close to their reproductive tackle have developed testicular cancer, and or, a reduced sperm count, surely not coincidental.
Research by multiple national health study groups has been negligent by failing to complete their research or coming to a decision, thus leaving the population’s health down to chance. Studies including in Europe, determine to reach a conclusion in years to come on a range of health effects having followed users over many decades. This casual approach will surely result in major health issues in the future as our children and grandchildren are used as guinea pigs while exposed to a daily build-up of radiation, much of which is related to AI.
Elon Musk says AI will result in people not being required to work. I would suggest they will not have the mental capacity to work.