Robot : philosophy and love

Robot : philosophy and love

This semester, a robot named BINA48 successfully passed a class on the philosophy of love at Notre Dame de Namur University (NDNU), making her the first advanced robot to complete a college course.

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Just one little, tiny, itty-bitty problem with this robot, er, Ms. BINA48 puff piece. It is only a philosophy class and thus regurgitates back historical thought facts.

Philosophy classes by nature of what they are, are shallow and empty. A smart toaster could pass such a class.

Everyone is assuming that college philosophy classes have any depth of knowledge to them. They do not and many robots have already graduated years before Ms. BINA48 graduated.

At best, at the very best, college philosophy classes are s study in the history of thought, empty thoughts that don’t last of various current and past cultures.

In short, philosophy classes are muddled cultural-thought history lessons. And what robot couldn’t pass a class on dates, times and basic constructs as such are all just repetitions of facts?

See to it that no one takes you captive through hollow and deceptive philosophy, which depends on human tradition and the basic principles of this world rather than on Christ. (Colossians 2:8) 

That Notre Dame considers electronic parts that are a robot labeled like a package of cheese as BINA48 to be a woman – well – there is no substituting wisdom for IQ.

Bonus Wisdom: [righteous point]

Here is a bonus philosophy point for ya.

Note the Bible’s wisdom of Satan, the Serpent, the enemy of all mankind gave Eve the forbidden fruit to eat first.

You know, Mrs. Eve, of the address One Garden of Eden fell from grace because of the desire to be a god kinda philosophy.

For God knows that when you eat of it your eyes will be opened, and you will be like God, knowing good and evil. (Genesis 3:5) 


 “We need to get over our existential fear about robots and see them as an opportunity,” Barry tells Inside Higher Ed. “If we approach artificial intelligence with a sense of the dignity and sacredness of all life, then we will produce robots with those same values.” – NDNU Professor William Barry with Bina48 and his Philosophy of Love class

These egg-heads are referring to glorified toasters as the “sacredness of all life.”

Robots as “life”?

Robots as sacred?

What about the words “artificial intelligence” does Notre Dame de Namur University (NDNU) not follow?

It is “artificial”, thus fake – like “artificial” flowers.

“artificial” flowers – “artificial” intelligence

Watch the world worship the work of their hands – a robot. As Professor Berry stated such are “scared” to him and other robots attending his classes.

Men worshiped the dragon because he had given authority to the beast, and they also worshiped the beast and asked, “Who is like the beast? Who can make war against him?” The beast was given a mouth to utter proud words and blasphemies and to exercise his authority for forty-two months. (Revelation 13:4-5) 

Looks like the world is being set up for a robot to be “given a mouth.” I mean, it, and I do mean it has past a college course.

_____________________________________________________________________ ~ opinion unto righteousness ~ timothy williams
[proverbs 18:2]

Friday, December 22, 2017
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(—Before she was a student, BINA48 appeared as a guest speaker for many of Barry’s classes. During one of her visits, she expressed an interest in going to college herself. Barry supported her idea and suggested she take his Philosophy of Love course.

The robotic student participated in class discussions, engaged in a class debate about the use of lethal weapons with students from West Point and ultimately received a certificate of participation signed by the provost of NDNU.