“The Kurzweil deception calls to mind Aristotle’s recalling of Homer’s account of the god Hephaestus’s robotic workers made of gold c.850 BC. In reality, Ray Kurzweil’s ‘singularity’ and vision of artificial Intelligence [AI], Spy-Cloud Computing, etc. are woefully anemic versions of what Church of Babylon members have known for centuries to be a superior infinite universal system of divine knowledge, a spiritually and technologically superior exchange, which has existed between God and his creation [Man] for over 6,000 years. Church of Babylon members and their god Satan are fully aware of God’s divine communication network, ancient universal database, and heavenly infrastructure; after all, Satan was once a subscriber. It’s from this ancient divine superhighway that the concept of â€˜singularity’ was born. Since his creation, Satan’s objective has always been to tether Man’s spiritual being to Satan’s domain [earth] forcing Man to worship him forever, deceiving Man from God’s infinite universal system of knowledge and salvation. Misleading Man into accepting an infinitely inferior simulation of exponential knowledge, eternally cutoff from his creator, deceived into believing that one day he too shall become a god.” – Amerika: The Re-Mastered Christian Majority, pg. 45
By Chris Matyszczyk, CNET, October 1, 2015
I suspect a few of you are looking forward to being robots.
Who wouldn’t be fascinated by the idea of becoming someone other than themselves? We do get so tired of being the same dull soul every day.
What kind of robots will we be? Happily, I can provide an answer. For living inside my head all day have been the words of Google’s director of engineering, Ray Kurzweil.
For more than a curt while, he’s been keen on humans going over to the bright side. He’s predicted that humans.
But what will this be like? More importantly, what will this feel like? Are you ready to engage what’s left of your humorous humanity when I offer you the information that Kurzweil believes we’re going to be quite wonderful people when we’re part robot?