Bill Gates Argues AI Can Reduce ‘Digital Misinformation,’ ‘Political Polarization’

Tech billionaire Bill Gates, who has long been criticized for his continuous promotion of depopulation and his connections to trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, is now speaking out about misinformation — claiming that artificial intelligence (AI) should be used to fight “digital misinformation” and “political polarization.”

Gates made the comments during an interview with German news outlet Handelsblatt.

“I’m certainly concerned about political polarization,” he said, adding: “I wouldn’t have expected people to attack the Capitol [on Jan. 6, 2021], or people to deny the validity of election results.”

“We can’t blame AI for that. That happened. It may have been magnified by digital channels that allow various conspiracy theories like QAnon or whatever to be blasted out by people who wanted to believe those things,” Gates claimed. “So the digital tools may have played an auxiliary role.”

The prominent left-wing activist and Microsoft co-founder went on to argue that we “have to take AI into consideration” in an effort to “solve” the supposed problem of “digital misinformation.”

Gates also claimed that AI minimizing “confirmation bias” would help solve “political polarization.”

He went on to discuss how “climate change” is supposedly an existential threat to mankind, demanding that the government intervene to lower carbon emissions and eventually eliminate the use of fossil fuels.

“It’s not optional to have a solution for climate,” Gates said, arguing that carbon emissions should be limited “to zero” through “clean energy” and “green energy” initiatives.

He claimed that “green infrastructure” is in line with the government’s desire to eliminate fossil fuels in favor of highly unreliable and impractical green energy.

“It’s now seen that in the 10- to 20-year time frame that the goals of climate and the goals of energy security align,” Gates said, adding that the Russia-Ukraine war could potentially “energize the recognition” to eliminate carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuel use.

“Investment in green infrastructure is even more of a priority than it was before the war,” he added.

Gates has been accused by critics of pushing the left’s “New World Order” agenda, with many condemning him as a globalist elite who tries to hold a major influence over world leaders in his quest to fight so-called “climate change.”

He was recently accosted by critics in the U.K., who called him a “murderer” and called for his arrest.