Anthony Levandowski makes an unlikely prophet. Dressed Silicon Valley-casual in jeans and flanked by a PR rep rather than cloaked acolytes, the engineer known for self-driving cars—and triggering a notorious lawsuit—could be unveiling his latest startup instead of laying the foundations for a new religion. But he is doing just that. Artificial intelligence has already inspired billion-dollar companies, far-reaching research programs, and scenarios of both transcendence and doom. Now Levandowski is creating its first church. The new religion of artificial intelligence is called Way of the Future. It represents an unlikely next act for the Silicon Valley robotics wunderkind at the center of a high-stakes legal battle between Uber and Waymo, Alphabet’s autonomous-vehicle company. Papers filed with the Internal Revenue Service in May name Levandowski as the leader (or “Dean”) of the new religion, as well as CEO of the nonprofit corporation formed to run it. The documents state that WOTF’s activities will focus on “the realization, acceptance, and worship of a Godhead based on Artificial Intelligence (AI) developed through computer hardware and software.” That includes funding research to help create the divine AI itself. The religion will seek to build working relationships with AI industry leaders and create a membership through community outreach, initially targeting AI professionals and “laypersons who are interested in the worship of a Godhead based on AI.”
Smoking Gun: Obama was told IN WRITING by U.S. Senator, UraniumOne was “Russian Government” grabbing U.S. nuclear stock . . .Obama approved it anyway
The “UraniumOne” conspiracy is still in the headlines as Congress begins looking into who in the Obama Administration knew what, and when they knew it. Today, I am pleased to provide readers with proof that then-President Barack Obama was fully informed IN WRITING by a U.S. Senator, that it was actually the Russian Government trying to grab control of US Uranium, and that it was a threat to US National Security.
Shannon Sharpe of Fox Sports 1 now says that he understands why President Trump referred to businessman and basketball personality LaVar Ball as “ungrateful.”
The US military says it has killed more than 100 militants in an airstrike on a camp of the al-Shabab extremist group in Somalia.
Walmart (WMT) has been quietly testing out autonomous floor scrubbers during the overnight shifts in five store locations near the company’s headquarters in Bentonville, Arkansas.
When it comes to the most widely used adjuvant ingredient found within vaccines, aluminum, many questions have yet to be answered, particularly when it comes to where the aluminum goes after injection, an issue known as biopersistence.
Female North Korean soldiers are often raped, stop menstruating because of the tough environment and are forced to reuse sanitary pads during their army service, a North Korean defector who dealt with years of hellish service in the regime’s army revealed Monday.
Eric Schmidt, the executive chairman of Google’s parent company Alphabet, announced that his company will ‘de-rank’ RT’s articles online, calling them propaganda. Is he concerned for the integrity of news, or are his motives more partisan?
President Donald Trump’s 11-year-old son Barron is reportedly being targeted for assassination by ISIS supporters, the Washington Free Beacon reports.
Massachusetts Republican Gov. Charlie Baker has signed a bill into law that, save for churches, forces employers in the state – regardless of their religious or moral convictions – to provide free birth control to workers.
“There is nobody needing to give permission in the background, there’s nobody who gets to say no to a transaction. No money can be forced, no money can be seized. And here’s a big problem for governments in the future,” he said, adding “taxes can no longer be forced.”
In 12 short hours, elites lost their star anchorman, the New York Times benched a star Trump reporter, and Congress moved one step closer to losing a star Democratic senator — and possibly inheriting a Republican senator who may be booted.
Police launched raids on addresses across Germany overnight on Tuesday, arresting six Syrian men suspected of plotting a mass casualty terror attack with “weapons or explosives” in the country.
The U.S. commander in Afghanistan said the Taliban decided to “take a knee and change their tactics,” prompting joint Afghan-U.S. attacks on drug labs used by the “narcoinsurgency” to raise cash for terror.
A federal judge on Monday permanently blocked President Donald Trump’s executive order to cut funding from cities that limit cooperation with U.S. immigration authorities.
Australia’s best-known euthanasia activist, Dr Philip Nitschke, is back in the news with another machine for committing suicide, the Sarco capsule.
Scientists are coming closer and closer to the Bible, as more evidence arises of its accuracy, according to a report in Breaking Israel News.
A court in Florida has decided that homeowners do not, in fact, have the right to garden on their own property. While the court says flower gardens and fruit trees are acceptable horticultural pursuits for a front yard, for some reason vegetables are non-negotiable. Leave it to big government to make it illegal for property owners to grow their own food, on their own land.
The New York Post received two separate photographs of disgraced Senator Al Franken (D-MN) appearing to grope Arianna Huffington’s butt and breast during a photo shoot in 2000.
‘Super Hubble’ James Webb Telescope NASA will use to hunt for alien worlds completes its final cryogenic testing
NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope has completed its nearly 100-day testing series in the cryogenic vacuum chamber, where temperatures dip hundreds of degrees below the freezing point.