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The common string in AI & religion in 21st century

May 14, 2018, 7:22 AM EDT
(Source: Pascal/flickr)
(Source: Pascal/flickr)

Artificial intelligence has changed how we, as individuals and as social units, interact with the animate and inanimate world, and religion isn’t untouched by this technological metamorphosis of humans.

As electronic scriptures, religious apps and even robotic priests step into our societies, the conventional hostility between technology and religion appears to be fading out, reports CNBC.

While the idea that technology could create like “the Almighty” sounds blasphemous, a section of futurist spiritualists are not afraid of promoting “tech faith,” which they see as a mode of transition between man and machine, the inevitability in future, notes Big Think.

 

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