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Could robots replace pastors? This one just gives blessings

Discussion in 'News & Current Events' started by Johnboy53, Oct 12, 2017.

  1. Johnboy53

    Johnboy53 Looking For Interesting News.

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    WITTENBERG, Germany — The woman startled at the blessing.

    “Ich habe dich bei deinem Namen gerufen; du bist mein!” In English: “I have called you by name; you are mine!”

    It may not have been the words themselves that caused her to jump. The blessing, taken from the biblical book of Isaiah, has comforted many for thousands of years.

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/news...e-pastors-one-just-gives-blessings/754999001/
     
  2. yeshuaslavejeff

    yeshuaslavejeff simple truth, martyr, disciple of Yahshua

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    "Could robots replace pastors?"

    Only in a soul--less, apos--tate, one--world, god--less
    orga--niz--ation.
     
  3. redleghunter

    redleghunter Abide Boldly! Supporter

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    Maybe she should see if this robot comes up on eVerify.
     
  4. Sketcher

    Sketcher Born Imperishable

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    No, but I think we might see a robot televangelist someday. I'd like to see how its ratings compare with the flesh-and-blood ones.
     
  5. Paidiske

    Paidiske Bodily member Staff Member Supervisor Supporter

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    Can we build a robot just do to the pastor's admin? Please?
     
  6. yeshuaslavejeff

    yeshuaslavejeff simple truth, martyr, disciple of Yahshua

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    ..... look away for a minute ..... :)

    aren't there "s.e.c.r.e.t.a.r.i.e.s..org.2.1 " ?

    :)

    and then , actually, there's sirci ..... sigh..... not so good or well for anyone....
     
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  7. yeshuaslavejeff

    yeshuaslavejeff simple truth, martyr, disciple of Yahshua

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    Fully Automated Combat Robots Pt. 2 : Geopolitics & Global Economics - Page 3 - Peak Oil News and Message Boards

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    The good news is that the robot apocalypse hasn’t arrived just yet. Despite a steady stream of alarming headlines about clever computers gobbling up our jobs, the economic data suggests that automation isn’t happening on a large scale. The bad news is that if it does, it will produce a level of inequality that will make present-day America look like an egalitarian utopia by comparison.

    The real threat posed by robots isn’t that they will become evil and kill us all, which is what keeps Elon Musk up at night – it’s that they will amplify economic disparities to such an extreme that life will become, quite literally, unlivable for the vast majority. A robot tax may or may not be a useful policy tool for averting this scenario. But it’s a good starting point for an important conversation. Mass automation presents a serious political problem – one that demands a serious political solution.

    What’s different this time is the possibility that technology will become so sophisticated that there won’t be anything left for humans to do. Instead of merely transforming work, technology might begin to eliminate it. Instead of making it possible to create more wealth with less labor, automation might make it possible to create more wealth without labor.

    What’s so bad about wealth without labor? It depends on who owns the wealth. Technology has made workers more productive, but the profits have trickled up, not down. Productivity increased by 80.4% between 1973 and 2011, but the real hourly compensation of the median worker went up by only 10.7%."

    Found in searching:
    robots working as secretaries - Google Search
     
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