You certainly pick the "easy" questions to
Do Ai robots have the capacity to turn against
and can Ai robots go out of control, becoming
Well, according to the expert Max Planck and
other well informed computer-scientists, yes.
In the article above, it states that it would
be *impossible* to control an advanced computer with Ai
abilities once it became self-computing.
And also it would endanger humanity.
So much so, that the U N would have to make
Computers have a hard time obeying, once they
When the computer- scientists were asked if an
Ai computer could reverse a command and stop in mid-course,
they said that preventive measures
"simply cannot be built".
So Pandora's box cannot close, once opened.
It is like the Bomb. They design it (nuclear
technology) with beneficial intentions, but the bottom line
is, it ends up killing civilizations.
"The path to hell is paved with good
Progress actually becomes
My spiritual perception on this is that Ai
eventually comes under satanic control once the algorithms
go beyond man's natural ability to process normally.
Ezekiel 28:12 states that Satan filled up the
sum of wisdom.
In other words, no other created being is as
smart as he is.
The only one smarter than Satan is Almighty
God. God was UN-Created and has the preeminence
in all things:
"For by Him (Jesus) were all things created,
that are in heaven, and that are in earth, visible and
whether they be
or dominions (d),
or powers (d=devils),
"all things were created
by Him and for Him (Jesus)....
that in all things He might have the
Your Other Question:
Do those involved with Ai technology
(programming) project their own willfulness into the ai-
software of robots, unconsciously/sublimininally ?
Do they want to be creators of objects
eventually reject their
directives, just like mankind rebels against
I think the answer to that question lies
"the heart of man is deceietfully wicked, and
who can know it ?"
We must keep in mind that Ai robots do not
have a soul, and therefore they cannot think, or have
They can only enact the software programming,
which now allows for unlimited abilities, with unknown
Their so-called "independence" is actuated by
the "god of this world"
(2 Corinthians 4:4)
and of chaos.
For programmers to play 'god' and allow for
unlimited capabilities in these last days greatly flatters
the ego. These Ai robots can not be trusted.
And if ever they are put into urban warfare,
as Joel 2 suggests, then my guess is that the outcome will
be so horrible that they will not be used in warfare ever
again. One sees them no more in Scripture.
God tells us in
Romans 8: 39 that *nothing*
("nor things to come;
"nor any other creature" ) can separate us
from the love of God.
I keep myself covered under the blood of Jesus
Christ daily, and pray for Psalm 91 angelic protection to
surround me at all times.
These are difficult questions, and I'm not
sure I answered them sufficiently. But your queries are
good, and help us to think things through.
By the way, Israel fought a battle with Amalek
(Amalkites) in the city of Ai, and it was the first time
Israel was defeated.
Yes, you're right. I am Angela Goodrick