Artificial Intelligence & American’s Life Forms

Lots of ALFs trusted health care and its government agencies during covid and after 3 scamdemic years of the greatest medical experiment on ALFkind with mRNA vaccines, the results now being revealed have proven that we can no longer trust health and/or government officials. It is now self-evident the only difference between a conspiracy theory and truth is the mathematical ratio of time between the two.

Now with only 35% of ALFs trusting AI, health care is embracing it with much hope, anticipation, joy and INVESTMENT.

For AHLF (All Human Life Forms)

In the ‘Wild West’ of AI Health Care, These 4 Things Could Go Very Wrong

From the article:

Artificial intelligence (AI) is making headlines, and the reviews are mixed.

Though the United States leads the world in AI investment, Americans remain skeptical. According to a global survey (pdf) by Ipsos, “Only 35 percent of sampled Americans agreed that products and services using AI had more benefits than drawbacks.” Among surveyed countries, America had one of the lowest percentages of those who agreed with the statement.

Private industry has edged out academia in producing state-of-the-art AI systems; at the same time, the number of incidents of ethical misuse of AI has increased dramatically—from 10 in 2012 to over 250 in 2021.

The field is growing in what could be called a “Wild West” of AI. According to Stanford University’s AI Index Report, “AI has moved into its era of deployment; throughout 2022 and the beginning of 2023, new large-scale AI models have been released every month.” These models include Stable Diffusion, Whisper, DALL-E 2, and the ubiquitous ChatGPT. The area with the most investment? Health care.

The possibilities of AI in health care seem endless. Still, whether AI offers promise or peril remains in question.

Artificial Intelligence 101

Though there’s a lot of buzz about AI, artificial intelligence isn’t new. Theoretical work on “machine learning” is credited to Alan Turing’s research beginning in 1935. The term “artificial intelligence” appeared in the early 1950s and was used in a 1955 proposal for a summer research project at Dartmouth College (pdf). The following summer, 10 scientists met to study whether machines could simulate human learning and creativity. Their findings would change the course of science.

Artificial Intelligence 101

Though there’s a lot of buzz about AI, artificial intelligence isn’t new. Theoretical work on “machine learning” is credited to Alan Turing’s research beginning in 1935. The term “artificial intelligence” appeared in the early 1950s and was used in a 1955 proposal for a summer research project at Dartmouth College (pdf). The following summer, 10 scientists met to study whether machines could simulate human learning and creativity. Their findings would change the course of science.

basic definition of AI is “software used by computers to mimic aspects of human intelligence.” Under the umbrella of AI are specialties like “machine learning” and “deep learning” that can make decisions without humans.

Scientists have utilized AI in medical research since the 1970s. The technology can analyze large amounts of data to provide personalized treatment recommendations and identify patterns and risks that might not be immediately apparent to the human eye. In the right hands, AI could revolutionize medical care.

Meet Sybil, an AI That Detects Lung Cancer…

…Exponential Growth in FDA Approval of AI Applications…

…What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

AI was created to imitate how humans think, reason, and solve problems. Humans are fallible and have biases; however, AI may not be better.

Unreliable Data Generate Risk…

…The Past Is Not Always Prologue…

…A Robot Whispering in Your Ear…

…Mystery Inside the Black Box…

…Whose Data Is It Anyway?…

…“What drives this technology, whether you’re a surgeon or an obstetrician, is data,” stated Matthew Lungren, co-director of Stanford’s Center for Artificial Intelligence in Medicine & Imaging (AIMI) and an assistant professor of radiology at Stanford. “We want to double down on the idea that medical data is a public good and that it should be open to the talents of researchers anywhere in the world.”

Is that really what we want—for our medical data to be a “public good”?

‘What Next, Robot?’

Who could have imagined that AI would go from science fiction to dinner-table conversation in what seems like the blink of an eye? Certainly, AI-based tools like ChatGPT have made AI widely accessible.

While some call for a moratorium on AI development, others quickly advance. Predicting what the next five years will look like in AI is nearly impossible. But don’t ask a robot; it can’t predict the future.

At least, not yet.



AI can be hazardous to your health!

And then there’s mental health…

Young and depressed? Try Woebot! The rise of mental health chatbots in the US

From the article:

Schools are encouraging students to use mental health chatbots to address a surge in depression and anxiety. Critics worry they’re a Band-Aid solution unsupported by evidence

Fifteen-year-old Jordyne Lewis was stressed out.

The high school sophomore from Harrisburg, North Carolina, was overwhelmed with schoolwork, never mind the uncertainty of living in a pandemic that has dragged on for two long years. Despite the challenges, she never turned to her school counselor or sought out a therapist.

Instead, she shared her feelings with a robot. Woebot to be precise.

Lewis has struggled to cope with the changes and anxieties of pandemic life and for this extroverted teenager, loneliness and social isolation were among the biggest hardships. But Lewis didn’t feel comfortable going to a therapist.

“It takes a lot for me to open up,” she said. But did Woebot do the trick?

Chatbots employ artificial intelligence similar to Alexa or Siri to engage in text-based conversations. Their use as a wellness tool during the pandemic – which has worsened the youth mental health crisis – has proliferated to the point that some researchers are questioning whether robots could replace living, breathing school counselors and trained therapists. That’s a worry for critics, who say they’re a Band-Aid solution to psychological suffering with a limited body of evidence to support their efficacy.

“Six years ago, this whole space wasn’t as fashionable. It was viewed as almost kooky to be doing stuff in this space,” said John Torous, the director of the digital psychiatry division at Beth Israel Deaconess medical center in Boston. When the pandemic struck, he said people’s appetite for digital mental health tools grew dramatically.

Throughout the crisis, experts have been sounding the alarm about a surge in depression and anxiety. During his State of the Union address earlier this month, Joe Biden called youth mental health challenges an emergency, noting that students’ “lives and education have been turned upside down”.

Jordyne Lewis confided to the chatbot but acknowledged ‘it’s not a permanent solution.’

Digital wellness tools like mental health chatbots have stepped in with a promise to fill the gaps in America’s overburdened and underresourced mental health care system. As many as two-thirds of US children experience trauma, yet many communities lack mental health providers who specialize in treating them. National estimates suggest there are fewer than 10 child psychiatrists for every 100,000 young people, less than a quarter of the staffing level recommended by the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.

School districts across the country have recommended the free Woebot app to help teens cope with the moment and thousands of other mental health apps have flooded the market promising to offer a solution….


Chatbot Mental Health

Can suicides be caused by Chatbot suggestions?


Go to God in prayer!

2 Corinthians 1:3-4

(KJV) Blessed be God, even the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies (G3628), and the God of all comfort (G3874); Who comforteth (G3870) us in all our tribulation (G2347), that we may be able to comfort (G3870) them which are in any trouble (G2347), by the comfort (G3874) wherewith we ourselves are comforted (G3870) of God.

*G3628 – οἰκτιρμός – pity. Derivation: from G3627; KJV Usage: mercy.

>G3627 – οἰκτείρω – also (in certain tenses) prolonged οἰκτερέω to exercise pity. Derivation: from οἶκτος (pity); KJV Usage: have compassion on.

*G3874 – παράκλησις – imploration, hortation, solace. Derivation: from G3870; KJV Usage: comfort, consolation, exhortation, intreaty.

*G3870 – παρακαλέω – to call near, i.e. invite, invoke (by imploration, hortation or consolation) Derivation: from G3844 and G2564; KJV Usage: beseech, call for, (be of good) comfort, desire, (give) exhort(-ation), intreat, pray.

*G2347 – θλῖψις – pressure (literally or figuratively)
Derivation: from G2346; KJV Usage: afflicted(-tion), anguish, burdened, persecution, tribulation, trouble.

>G2346 – θλίβω – to crowd (literally or figuratively)
Derivation: akin to the base of G5147; KJV Usage: afflict, narrow, throng, suffer tribulation, trouble.

Trust God, not AI!


This is interesting…

From the article:

…Even in 1999’s fictional film “The Matrix,” the entire world became a heap of ruins specifically due to AI, as Laurence Fishburne’s character Morpheus tells Neo, played by Keanu Reeves: “What we know for certain is that at some point in the early 21st century, all of mankind was united in celebration. We marveled at our own magnificence as we gave birth to AI.”

But might there be a biblical connection to AI?

The answer is yes, according to a popular author known for illuminating Scriptures.

“No, it’s not an abbreviation for artificial intelligence. It’s a single word spelled A-i, and can be pronounced like each of its letters, as in ‘a’ and ‘i.’

“It’s the name of an ancient Canaanite city, and it packs an incredible significance for today when we examine Ai on the spirit or metaphor level.

“This was a real, historical place, but it carries an additional parable meaning as well, since Jesus only spoke to people in parables, and ‘did not say anything to them without using a parable’ (Matthew 13:34). He, of course, is still speaking to everyone through every word in the Bible.”

Kovacs explains the first key to unlocking the mystery is to understand the meaning of the word ‘Ai,’ which can be translated as Ruin or a heap of ruins.’

“That’s big hint No. 1, the fact that Ai actually means ruin or a heap of ruins, coming from a Hebrew verb meaning to bend, twist, pervert and distort, all leading to ruin,” Kovacs explains.

“God says He’s ‘declaring the end from the beginning’ (Isaiah 46:10), so right from the start of something, He’s broadcasting the end result, its future conclusion.”

Interestingly, the author notes, the ancient town of Ai happened to be located “beside Bethaven, on the east side of Bethel.” (Joshua 7:2)

“When we learn the meanings of these places, it provides even more clues,” says Kovacs. “Bethel means ‘house of God’ and Bethaven means ‘house of vanity (nothingness)’ or ‘house of plenty of trouble.’

“So Ai, the place of ruin, was closely associated with the house of vanity, nothingness, and plenty of trouble. That sounds a whole lot like our world today.

“And being east of the house of God is reminiscent of the first man being driven out of the paradise of Eden (Genesis 3:24) and even the murderer Cain leaving God’s presence and moving ‘east of Eden.’ (Genesis 4:16)

“Like Cain, we’re all wandering away from God’s presence in the land of Nod, which just happens to mean ‘wandering.'”

According to Scripture, Ai was the next city after Jericho attacked by Joshua, whose name means ‘God saves,’ the same meaning as Yeshua or Jesus. The initial attack did not fare well when it was discovered there was a secret sinner in the midst of the Israelites, a man who violated God’s specific ban on taking any loot from the captured city of Jericho. In other words, a deceptive thief.

“That secret sinner was named Achan, whose name means troubler or possibly even serpent,’” says Kovacs.

“Hopefully this is ringing some bells on the spirit/parable level. Who is the ultimate troubler of people? Which infamous character does the Bible identify as a serpent? It’s Satan the devil, of course.” (Revelation 12:9)

Once Achan was identified and his wicked actions were exposed, he and his children were executed, and the city of Ai was able to be destroyed.

“In other words, on the parable level of this actual historical event, once the devil and his evil deeds are identified and exposed, and the evildoers are eliminated, the city of ruin, Ai, lives up to its name and becomes a complete ‘heap of ruins.’ Scripture goes out of its way to express that: ‘So Joshua burned Ai and made it a permanent heap of ruins.‘” (Joshua 8:28)

After the Israelites attacked Ai a second time, this time successfully, the Bible notes Joshua “hung the body of the king of Ai on a tree until evening.” (Joshua 8:29 CSB)

“At the metaphor level of God speed, this is a preview of the execution of Jesus who, taking on the sins caused by the ultimate king of ruin (the devil), was famously nailed to wood, redeeming everyone from the ancient curse of death, ‘by becoming a curse for us, because it is written, Cursed is everyone who is hung on a tree.'” (Galatians 3:13 CSB)

The apostle Peter also wrote: “He himself bore our sins in his body on the tree; so that, having died to sins, we might live for righteousness. By his wounds you have been healed.” (1 Peter 2:24 CSB)

“So Jesus symbolically took on the role of the king of Ai, the king of ruin,” says Kovacs.

“Well, who is the ultimate king of ruin? Again, it’s another picture of Satan the devil. It’s a real-life and symbolic portrayal of how Jesus paid the price for everyone’s sins by having the what appeared to be the evil one put to death on a tree. And now with our death penalty paid, we’re now offered eternal life ‘because the law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus has set you free from the law of sin and death.'” (Romans 8:2 CSB)

“Now we know the intriguing meaning of the original Ai, the one that came before artificial intelligence, the one that projects a permanent heap of ruins in every utterance of its name….


Interesting indeed!

So is this…

The only time the word “intelligence” is used in scripture:

Daniel 11:30

(KJV) For the ships of Chittim shall come against him: therefore he shall be grieved, and return, and have indignation against the holy covenant: so shall he do; he shall even return, and have intelligence (H995) with them that forsake the holy covenant.

*H995 – בּין – bı̂yn – bene – A primitive root; to separate mentally (or distinguish), that is, (generally) understand. KJV Usage: attend, consider, be cunning, diligently, direct, discern, eloquent, feel, inform, instruct, have intelligence, know, look well to, mark, perceive, be prudent, regard, (can) skill (-ful), teach, think, (cause, make to, get, give, have) understand (-ing), view, (deal) wise (-ly, man).

And considering “spirit”:

spirit – H7307 – רוּח – rûach – roo’-akh – From H7306wind; by resemblance breath, that is, a sensible (or even violent) exhalation; figuratively lifeangerunsubstantiality; by extension a region of the sky; by resemblance spirit, but only of a rational being (including its expression and functions) KJV Usage: air, anger, blast, breath, X cool, courage, mind, X quarter, X side, spirit ([-ual]), tempest, X vain, ([whirl-]) wind {As in Gen. 1:2 and throughout Old Testamant.} 

spirit – G4151 – πνεῦμα – a current of air, i.e. breath (blast) or a breeze; by analogy or figuratively, a spirit, i.e. (human) the rational soul, (by implication) vital principle, mental disposition, etc., or (superhuman) an angel, demon, or (divine) God, Christ’s spirit, the Holy Spirit. Derivation: from G4154; KJV Usage: ghost, life, spirit(-ual, -ually), mind. {As in Matt. 10:20 and throughout the New Testament.}

And “breath”:

And the LORD God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath (H5397) of life; and man became a living soul (H5315). (Gen.2:7 KJV)

*H5397 – נשׁמה – ne shâmâh – nesh-aw-maw’ – From H5395; a puff, that is, wind, angry or vital breath, divine inspirationintellect or (concretely) an animal. KJV Usage: blast, (that) breath (-eth), inspiration, soul, spirit.

*H5315 – נפשׁ – nephesh – neh’-fesh – From H5314;  properly a breathing creature, that is, animal or (abstractly) vitality; used very widely in a literal, accommodated or figurative sense (bodily or mental) KJV Usage: any, appetite, beast, body, breath, creature, X dead (-ly), desire, X [dis-] contented, X fish, ghost, + greedy, he, heart (-y), (hath, X jeopardy of) life (X in jeopardy), lust, man, me, mind, mortality, one, own, person, pleasure, (her-, him-, my-, thy-) self, them (your) -selves, + slay, soul, + tablet, they, thing, (X she) will, X would have it.

And, behold, I, even I, do bring a flood of waters upon the earth, to destroy all flesh , wherein is the breath (H7307) of life, from under heaven; and every thing that is in the earth shall die. (Gen. 2:17 KJV)

*H7307 – רוּח – rûach – roo’-akh – From H7306wind; by resemblance breath, that is, a sensible (or even violent) exhalation; figuratively life, anger, unsubstantiality; by extension a region of the sky; by resemblance spirit, but only of a rational being (including its expression and functions) KJV Usage: air, anger, blast, breath, X cool, courage, mind, X quarter, X side, spirit ([-ual]), tempest, X vain, ([whirl-]) wind (-y).

>H7306 – רוּח – rûach – roo’-akh – A primitive root; properly to blow, that is, breathe; only (literally) to smell or (by implication perceive (figuratively to anticipateenjoy) KJV Usage: accept, smell, X touch, make of quick understanding.

Can the human intellect, mind, mental disposition and vital principle created in mankind by God be replaced with something artificial made by man?

“…and ye shall be as gods…” (Gen. 3:5)

(KJV) And except those days should be shortened, there should no flesh be saved: but for the elect’s sake those days shall be shortened. (Matt. 24:22)

Come out of Babylon for her judgement is near!

eze33, LOLGB+


  1. Julia says:

    Easy to see scripture come to pass more and more, as God says…..”The wisdom of this world is foolishness to Him” It’s bad enough we meet fake people in this life, and now we have to associate with robots with fake intelligence………………….
    Very Good article. Blessings Always.

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    1. eze33 says:

      Kinda brings a new meaning to Matt. 24:22 dosn’t it? Migh have to edit it a bit. Ha! LOLGB+

      Liked by 2 people

      1. Julia says:

        Amen! Yes this does shine a light on Matthew 24:22. Great edit.

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