Tech giants, technocrats, and the Illuminati are all set to re-direct societies moral compass, citing Artificial Intelligence as the means for Ethics 2.0. If Artificial Intelligence is such a good thing then why in the world is it causing such a moral dilemma? Furthermore, would you entrust the likes of tech giants such as Facebook and Google, with the task of defining societies morals?

Should your driverless car value your life over a pedestrian’s? Should your Fitbit activity be used against you in a court case? Should we allow drones to become the new paparazzi? – These are samples of the thousands of questions regarding morals and AI. With humans, something special took place long ago, the moral law, or code, was inscribed in our hearts and our minds. It is because of tech giants, many other companies, and figures, that societies own moral law is being unwound currently. Now, we are supposed to sit back and let those same corporations and individuals define the “morals” of the technology of the future?


Experts claim that artificial intelligence and robotics will outnumber and outbrain humans within thirty years, but odds are it will be much sooner than that.

In 2016, a team of researchers and scientists from Carnegie Mellon University created a new center for studying the ethics of Artificial Intelligence; and under Obama, the White House published a paper on the same topic. Amidst those, tech giants such as Google and Facebook set up a partnership to draw up an ethical framework for AI. But, as the world saw under Obama, Google, and Facebook; America lost its moral compass.

Other tech and science guru’s such as Elon Musk and Stephen Hawking, signed an open letter calling for efforts to ensure AI is beneficial to society:


“The potential benefits are enormous, since everything that civilization has to offer is a product of human intelligence; we cannot predict what we might achieve when this intelligence is magnified by the tools AI may provide, but the eradication of disease and poverty are not unfathomable. Because of the great potential of AI, it is important to research how to reap its benefits while avoiding potential pitfalls.”

These may be big names, but their motives are surely not about supporting the little guy. Otherwise, why would they support the very technology that will totally erase the workforce, and in the process escalate poverty to levels that would make the Great Depression look like a field day?

The “big names” keep telling us that technology will replace the need for humans, but that right there is unethical and morally unacceptable. So why in the world would we as humans entrust our future to the hands of the very people who want to erase the need for human beings totally? Oh right, because we are just the distant cousins of apes…

Entering the Machine Age

According to Professor Klaus Schwab, founder of the World Economic Forum, this phase will be built around “cyber-physical systems” which entails the blurring of the physical, digital and biological. Schwab also states that “we need to embrace this machine age, we will need be confronted by new ethical challenges, calling for new laws. In some cases, the entire moral code may need to be rebooted. Such is the nature of technological breakthroughs. We believe that humanity will soon be on the cusp of re-thinking morals – an Ethics 2.0.”

Rebooted? Sorry, but my Bible says we don’t need to reboot or remake the moral code. Instead, it says we need to return to it. The Bible predicted these days, and it predicted these very events; these are the day of lawlessness, the days of increasing knowledge, and the return of the days of Noah.

The World Economic Forum is, in part, driving this technological change; as you can see below in the trailer for the Fourth Industrial Revolution – they are actively creating the situation to rewrite the moral code totally.

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As we have discussed many times prior, the Fourth will be the last industrial revolution because of one simple reason – mankind will be mankind no more. The technocrats seek to eradicate Christians from the face of the Earth entirely, but that is not what the Bible says will happen, and judging by the Bible’s profound accuracy, I suggest we keep re-reading the end of the Book.

Works Cited

Vinayak Dalmia, Kavi Sharma. “The moral dilemmas of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.” World Economic Forum . . (2017): . .

Natasha Lomas. “Superintelligent AI explains Softbank’s push to raise a $100BN Vision Fund.” Tech Crunch. . (2017): . .

Eleazer Corpuz, Patrick Caughill. “UN Report: Robots Will Replace Two-Thirds of All Workers in the Developing World.” Futurism. . (2017): . .

Wikipedia. “Technocracy.” Wiki. . (NA): . . Technocracy is a system of governance where decision-makers are selected on the basis of technological knowledge. Scientists, engineers, technologists, or experts in any field, would compose the governing body, instead of elected representatives.