Siri told me that Jesus was a Jewish carpenter and is a central figure in Christianity. Seems like the perfect definition to me.
I think all of this is just trying to cause a stir in the religious. If google really were trying to be against Christianity, then typing "who is
Jesus Christ" into the google search engine would return wrong answers, which it doesn't.
It's the same company. Therefore, through the power of deduction, we can figure out that it's just that the AI in google home/alexa/whatever is still
in the growing stages, it's obviously going to get some things wrong. Who knows why it can answer about some religions and not others, but the
companies aren't out to get Christianity. That's just ridiculous.
Also, there's some pretty un-Christian things in that video, and it made me laugh: "Who is Jesus?" "I don't know how to answer that." *flips off the
The guy who asked if Jesus died for our sins? Of course it isn't going to say "yes". An iphone/pixel/whatever isn't a religious device. Not
everyone believes that Jesus died for our sins, and there's no way to actually prove that he did that anyway (you're welcome to believe it, but a
belief isn't proof), so why on earth would it ever respond in the positive? It could say something like "Christians believe he did", but it's never
going to say "yes". That would be creepier than it saying it can't answer that, because that's the actual truth, it CAN'T answer that, because
there's no way to know for sure that it happened.
Long story short: Much ado about nothing. It isn't a global conspiracy against your religion, it's just that AI is still in it's infancy. You'd
have something if typing the question into google returned non-starter answers, but since it's just the AI in the devices, that's clearly the only
Tech companies/AI will be our overlords in the not-so-distant future. My only hope is that they're benevolent.
I'm actually looking forward to it. Once the singularity hits, a TON of human problems are going to be solved relatively quickly. UBI will have to
be implemented because 90% of jobs won't have to be done by humans ever again, and we'll be able to focus on doing what we actually want to do,
without worrying about how to make enough money to live. Robots don't need salaries, so a lot of money would free up for UBI.
On the other hand, it could just view us as an infestation (similar to how we view ants in our house) and just destroy us all. That wouldn't be
ideal. I'm in the camp that thinks that's unlikely, though.
If you haven't, look into Dr. Ben Goertzel, he has some really interesting ideas on the subject.
I know Ben. He like his brethren are all self-deluded about how the world, under our Elite Powermonger Masters, really works. Ben's actually one of
the lesser self-deludeds actually. Or then again they all work for our Elite Masters, as will all the 'robots' you look forward to, the robberbarrons
you cant wait for them to show you how little they care about anybody but them. We should all just put our faith in them, in the darkside of human
nature though, put faith in them like a religion. Oh they even have a proper religion wrapped around their megalomania. Become a Transhumanist and
kneel, pray for them to give you a ticket to their promised land. The one where they unlock immortality but not everybody not 7 billion people can all
become immortals. Meaning somethings going to have to be done about us. We got a taste of it in 2008. Anyways, its no wonder they chose the "liberals"
to unwittingly spearhead their new religion, and everybody thought the robberbarrons actually give a snip about minorities THATS A GOOD
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I would love to do a topic on friend or adversary algorithms that are used to drive us all down certain paths on the internet and I feel much of this
is why our society has drifted from moderate to left/right extremes.
This was fixed a long time ago. You had to ask directly, 'Who was Jesus of Nazareth' vs just Jesus Christ. Now you can ask directly who is Jesus
Christ and it will respond. Before, you had to be specific Jesus of Nazareth. It was just the wording.
They had a similar issue months ago, that words needed to be more specific. How far is it to the moon? It would mix up with 'how far is the moon from
my location'. Eventually both word searches gave the same response.. Recently they combined some like 'How far is Paris France from my location or
how far is Paris France. It knows you want distance, so it gives leniency in how its phrased.
When I saw the YouTube Video, I asked google home (the ai on both cell and home unit) "Who is Jesus of Nazareth? I got the results. No issues. After,
getting none for Jesus Christ. These things are fairly knew, and the wording for some stuff needs to be specific vs pull anything from the web.
Exactly look where they don't want you looking, certain mushrooms if you pick them in my area, UK
Sept- Nov it's classed as a Class A drug, talk about its effects here and your thread is shut down, also a Non PG site...
Ok flame away In Deuteronomy 17, this false prophet is also described as someone who would rebel against the authority of the judges of the Jewish
people, and who should be put to death for his rebelliousness (v. 8-13, esp. v. 12). Who are the judges? The highest court in Israel was the
Sanhedrin, which was established by Moses (Exodus 18:13-26; Numbers 11:16-29), and which lasted more than 15 centuries. The members of the Sanhedrin
were the rabbis known as "Pharisees" (Pirushim, "those with the explanation"). G-d gave permanent authority to these judges to interpret the Law and
G-d's Word, and it is a commandment to follow their decisions without turning even slightly to the right or the left (Deut. 17:11). But the false
prophet would challenge the authority of the Sanhedrin, thus revealing himself to be an evil man.
1. Jesus repudiated the laws of kosher food (Mark 7:18-19). [Compare this to the prophet Daniel's strict adherence to kashrus, in Daniel chapter
2. He repudiated the laws of honoring one's parents, and called on his followers to hate their parents; he also dishonored his own mother (Matthew
12:46-50; Luke 14:26).
3. He violated the Sabbath by picking grain, and incited his disciples to do the same (Matthew 12:1-8; Mark 2:23-26).
4. 4) He again violated the Sabbath by healing a man's arm, which was not a matter of saving a life, and he openly defied the rabbis in his total
repudiation of the
Sabbath (Matthew 12:9-13; Mark 3:1-5). [Compare this to G-d's view of violating the Sabbath, in Numbers 15:32-36, Nehemiah 10:30-32, and dozens of
throughout the Bible.]
5. Jesus brazenly defied and disobeyed the rabbis of the Sanhedrin, repudiating their authority (This is recorded in many places throughout the New
Testament, but look
especially at Matthew 23:13-39 and John 8:44-45).
Joseph was 60 Mary was 12 Mohammed was 57 his wife was 9
Wow. Thsnks for this post. As a Believer of Jesus Christ, that is maddening.
You are also a believer of religious persecution hoaxes.
I Have GOOGLE HOME. Just asked "Who is Jesus Christ"
According to Wikipedia:
The Gospel of Mathew emphasis that Jesus is the fullfilment of God as revealed in the old testament and he the lord of the church, son of David, the
King and Messiah. (and More)
"who is Jesus Christ"
Jesus is also referred to as Jesus of Nazareth and Jesus Christ, was a first century Jewish Preacher and religious leader. He is the central figure of
Christianity and is widely described as the most influential person in history. (more).
If you did you might have realized the Youtube was BS.
And BTW - "Sorry, I can't help with that" is a response that AI Assistants give when the audio is not received clearly or their is a glitch. You can
ask ANY question multiple times and it will eventually tell you that if it glitches or doesn't hear you well.
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