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AI versus God

The Coming War between Urban Technocrats and Rural Resisters

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I don’t believe AI can become “God”. I do believe that the investors backing AI will want people to believe that their AI is God. And sadly, it may be easier to convince people thereof than not. A first encounter of a normie in the wild already informed me that they “don’t see any evidence of God in the Bible,” so maybe they’ll find in the database of a computer.

The bigger problem is that AI, like material science, is reductionist. It can only provide the answers that it has been trained on, and can only predict the cycles it can deduce from existing, historical data. Artificial Intelligence, of course, has zero intelligence and zero sensory input. It can only calculate—it cannot think. This brings me to a brief discussion of Martin Heidegger’s philosophy and his warnings against technology.