A year ago in the Vatican, Pope Francis met with Brad Smith, president of Microsoft. Both believe Artificial Intelligence research should be based on firm ethical foundations. As a result, they will meet again at the end of February to sign the “Call for Ethics.”
Throughout their 1,700 year history, the Roman Catholic Church has been about money, power and control. As political Rome began to fade from power, it declared Christianity to be the state religion, such a pagan notion, and re-branded itself as a papal power. For none thousand years, the Roman Catholic harlot, the counterfeit Christian church, amassed wealth on a level that is impossible to fathom by any standard. They have always been about the money, and today’s story shows you that.
“For all nations have drunk of the wine of the wrath of her fornication, and the kings of the earth have committed fornication with her, and the merchants of the earth are waxed rich through the abundance of her delicacies. And the kings of the earth, who have committed fornication and lived deliciously with her, shall bewail her, and lament for her, when they shall see the smoke of her burning, Standing afar off for the fear of her torment, saying, Alas, alas, that great city Babylon, that mighty city! for in one hour is thy judgment come.” Revelation 18:3,9,10 (KJB)
Pope Francis summoned the heads of both IBM and Microsoft to the Vatican, and next month they will sign the ‘Call For Ethics‘ covenant in Rome. Not only does this move keep Pope Francis where the action is, it also keeps him where the money is. I am sure Both IBM and Microsoft will be sending millions into the Vatican bank, to ‘support the good work’ the Catholic church is doing. Yeah, good work like financing the Elton John movie ‘Rocketman’ which made sure to include the first mainstream gay sex scene. Wouldn’t want to see important, God-glorifying work like that come to an end, would you?
Revelation presents to us, in chapters 17 and 18, a two-fold picture of the Roman Catholic Church. First, we see in chapter 17 the Catholic Church as a religious entity, draped in purple and scarlet, drinking from a golden cup, and shedding the blood of the saints. All true. Then in chapter 18, we see the Catholic Church, the Holy See, as a political entity engaging in financial fornication with the ‘kings of the earth’ as she enriches herself. These are not two separate pictures, they are two sides of the same coin, and a spot on description of the Roman harlot. Pope Francis is both the pope over the church, as well as the king of Vatican City. Look it up.
“Surely the Lord GOD will do nothing, but he revealeth his secret unto his servants the prophets.” Amos 3:7 (KJB)
This is why here in 2020, a full 1,695 years after the creation of the Roman Catholic Church in 325 AD, we see Pope Francis operating as both a religious figure over the church, and as a political figure exerting sway over the titans of business, finance and politics. That archaic, dusty, old King James Bible is so chilling accurate and on point that this lost world still hasn’t quite caught up with it yet. And guess what? They never will. But God be praised you and I who are saved know the real deal in real-time as it happens.
Pope Francis meets with Microsoft and IBM to push for ethics in Artificial Intelligence
John Kelly III, executive vice-president of IBM, will also participate.
Media Manager, Pontifical Academy for Life
“Issues like facial recognition are extremely important.”
“There is also the question of asking companies how they’re using our personal information. Artificial Intelligence can be used to improve conditions or to create more inequality.”
Fabrizio Mastrofini is one of the organizers of the summit to take place in the Vatican at the end of February. The event will bring experts together to better understand ethics in Artificial Intelligence.
This technology is already yielding positive results in fields like health, defense and finance. However, it is unknown whether or not the data it compiles will discriminate against users.
“Companies like Microsoft and IBM contacted Vincenzo Paglia, president of the Pontifical Academy for Life. They feel the increased importance of ethics in technology. Companies that are sensitive to users’ needs perceive the responsibility technological progress brings.”
Microsoft and IBM intend to sign the “Call for Ethics.” The Vatican says if other companies want to join, they are welcome. David Sassoli, president of the European Parliament, and Qu Dongyu, director general of the FAO, will also attend the signing.
Pope Francis meets with Microsoft and IBM To Sign ‘Call For Ethics’ Covenant
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