(Minghui.org) After reading the article on Minghui “My View of Artificial Intelligence,” I would like to add my thoughts.
Throughout the thousands of years of human history, economic security has been a driving force in society. People scramble for fame and profit to meet their needs. To succeed in that scramble, people have developed and use all kinds of strategies and tools. The evolution of those ideas and devices, from the most primitive to the modern versions, is also a reflection of human history itself.
So-called “artificial intelligence” is actually, in the end, just a tool, only more advanced. OpenAI GPT3 (Generative Pre-trained Transformer) was launched late last year. I believe that it is the current leading edge in technological development.
As spiritual cultivators, we’ve learned from the Fa teachings that the current science comes from aliens whose ultimate goal in providing humankind with this type of material science is to lead people to disbelieve in the divine and discard all the moral codes that the divine has set for them, and to ultimately destroy the human race. They are playing a chess game. The process is very complex and tightly woven, and has been carried out over a long, drawn-out period of time.
And since the purpose of technology is to destroy the human race, anyone who uses it will be driven and influenced by the underlying factors without sensing it. The artificial intelligence represented by OpenAI GPT3 is very strong with this factor behind it. To me, other tools are like weak beer, while the AI represented by OpenAI GPT3 is 100 proof alcohol.
From the Fa teachings, we know that the Fa-rectification outside the Three Realms has ended. That is to say, aliens will soon be eradicated because of their manipulation of humans beings that led to many deviant behaviors.
They are probably also aware of this. So, before they are eradicated, they accelerated their control over human society. This also demonstrates the urgency of time for them, which most people cannot see.
Editor’s note: This article only represents the author’s understanding in their current cultivation state meant for sharing among practitioners so that we can “Compare in studying, compare in cultivating.” (“Solid Cultivation,” Hong Yin)
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