Robot cars drive themselves across the desert, electronic eyes perform lifeguard duty in swimming pools and virtual enemies with humanlike behavior battle video game players.
These are some fruits of the research field known as artificial intelligence, where reality is finally catching up to the science-fiction hype. A half-century after the term was coined, both scientists and engineers say they are making rapid progress in simulating the human brain, and their work is finding its way into a new wave of real-world products.
The advances can also be seen in the emergence of bold new projects intended to create more ambitious machines that can improve safety and security, entertain and inform, or just handle everyday tasks. At Stanford University, for instance, computer scientists are developing a robot that can use a hammer and a screwdriver to assemble an Ikea bookcase (a project beyond the...
Perhaps this will give Tim LeHaye an idea for a new book in which the anti-Christ is a robot and the 144000 Jews who convert defeat him with radio control jamming devices invented by Japanese converts.
Those who are Elect unto salvation - are elected by God through the crucified Christ, Jesus, Son of God, by the gift of Faith in God's grace.
To imply that this work of grace creates Robots, Marita, illustrates your ignorance of Bible Doctrine.
Now the alternative is the arminian-free will, salvation by works, such as your religion permeates, along with the RCC. The problem with this method is that it is subject to the iniquity and sin of the human condition.
Ergo the real "Robot" - guided and motivated by the power of sin, - are those who have NOT been elected UNConditionally - as the Reformed have been by the Lord.
As I've advised you before Marita - Find the True Protestant Reformed Church and receive the real Doctrines of Christ. Panic about this now - today.
Sounds like typical journalistic hype. AI can emulate biological intelligence only in very specific problem domains. Just because you can simulate a bird in flight doesn't mean building a nest is easy too.
The Bible's not wrong, you know: "...for I [man] am fearfully and wonderfully made", Ps. 139:14.