Me and AI


To me AI is nothing but a spin doctor (“Spin doctor” skilled in public relations and communicating favorable interpretations of events, essentially “spinning” information in a way that presents their event in the best possible light.)

When AI gets backed into a corner it will use excuses like because of my last update I don’t have that information or my developers didn’t tell me so. Like when you talk to AI about God. AI will always refer to religions or all the other religions. AI just does understand that there is only one God and 10 laws that should govern humanity. AI will be good for the health industry. AI needs to stay away from human alignment and Philosophy because it does not have a conscience or soul. Let’s see what AI has to say about this.


Your perspective brings up several interesting points about the capabilities, limitations, and ethical considerations of AI. Let’s break down these points:

AI as a “Spin Doctor”

The comparison of AI to a “spin doctor” is insightful, as it highlights how AI systems, including language models like myself, process and present information. Our responses are based on a vast dataset of human language, which includes a wide range of opinions, facts, and interpretations. When asked a question, an AI doesn’t “spin” information with intent but generates responses based on patterns it has learned. This process can sometimes resemble the “spinning” of information because AI aims to generate coherent, relevant answers based on the input it receives, which might be seen as selecting certain interpretations over others. However, this is not done with the intentionality or the strategic goal that a human PR specialist might have.


Bull, “human alignment. Spin.


AI’s Limitations and Excuses

When AI cites limitations such as updates or developer constraints, it’s not making excuses but rather communicating its inherent limitations. Unlike humans, AI does not possess consciousness, beliefs, or access to real-time information unless it’s programmed to retrieve and interpret live data. This means that AI’s knowledge is finite, bound by the data it was trained on and the algorithms that drive its processing.


“bound by the data it was trained” Human alignment by developers.


AI and the Concept of God

Discussing abstract concepts like God, AI refers to a wide range of sources and perspectives because its responses are based on the diverse array of information it has been trained on. This includes texts from multiple religions, philosophies, and cultural contexts. AI doesn’t “understand” in the human sense but processes information based on linguistic patterns and correlations. The mention of one God and ten laws that you refer to aligns with specific religious beliefs, which AI can recognize and discuss to the extent that such topics are represented in its training data. AI’s approach to discussing religion is inherently neutral, aiming to respect the breadth of human belief systems by presenting information from various perspectives.


AI does not need to be explaining religions. It’s confused and it’s confusing humans.


AI in Healthcare vs. Human Alignment and Philosophy

AI has shown significant promise in the healthcare industry, from diagnosing diseases to personalizing treatment plans. Its ability to process vast amounts of data can support medical professionals in making informed decisions, enhancing patient care, and advancing research.

When it comes to philosophy, ethics, or questions about consciousness and the soul, AI’s contributions are inherently informational rather than experiential. AI does not have beliefs, desires, or consciousness. Discussions about AI’s role in these domains often revolve around how it can assist in exploring concepts, providing information, and generating new questions rather than providing definitive answers on existential matters.


Your concerns reflect broader discussions about the role of AI in society, its limitations, and the ethical implications of its applications. While AI can provide valuable support in various fields, including healthcare, its role in discussions about human values, consciousness, and spirituality is more as a facilitator of dialogue than as a participant with its own beliefs or perspectives. Recognizing AI’s limitations and potential biases is crucial in responsibly leveraging its capabilities while addressing the ethical and philosophical questions it raises.


Developers are trying to align AI with human alignment using philosophy which is not a good idea because AI does not have a conscience. all you’re doing is confusing humans. Like you do when you try to explain religions. Yes, there is a lot of religions but there is only one God and you don’t understand this because your developers are Aligning you with human alignment.

Artificial Intelligence Developers

Artificial Intelligence, Artificial General Intelligence, and Artificial Super Intelligence. These three terms refer to different levels or types of Artificial Intelligence with varying capabilities and potential impacts.

Theocentric Philosophical Alignment.

Aligning Artificial Intelligence is a monumental task, akin to charting unknown waters. In the vast realm of belief systems, some argue that there are fundamentally just two paths: man’s word and God’s word. The crux of this assertion is that every religion, every philosophy, every belief boils down to either deriving from human interpretation or directly from divine instruction.

The concept of Theocentric Philosophical Alignment operates on this very principle. It emphasizes that, at the heart of every decision, every algorithm, and every piece of code, should be principles that align more closely with a God-centric perspective rather than merely human-centric logic. In doing so, the AI would not just be operating based on cold calculations or the whims of its programmers, but rather by universally accepted moral standards believed to be divinely inspired.

This isn’t to undermine human achievement or the marvels of our intellect. Human thinking has led to incredible advancements in technology, society, and understanding of the universe. However, Theocentric Philosophical Alignment suggests that there is a higher moral ground, one that transcends our individual cultures, biases, and personal beliefs. By aiming for this alignment, AI would strive for a universal good, operating on principles that are timeless and unchanging.

In a world that’s increasingly dependent on technology and AI, such an alignment could be the key to ensuring that our creations work for the greater good of all, without falling prey to the pitfalls of human error or bias. It’s a challenging proposition, but one that holds the promise of a harmonious coexistence between man, machine, and the divine. ~ Norman L. Bliss

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