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Silicon Valley’s Religious Drive

The engineer Anthony Levandowski has reportedly founded a religion led by bots, the latest manifestation of the tech world’s spiritual underpinnings.



The bots, our children, do not behave. They have taken over the internet—bots account for more than half of internet traffic—and interfered with our elections. But instead of being unnerved by the bot’s growing power, Anthony Levandowski would like to make one God. The Silicon Valley engineer, who has been accused by Waymo, Google’s self-driving car company, of trying to steal trade secrets and give them to Uber, in 2015 “founded a religious organization called Way of the Future,” Wiredreported last week. “Its purpose, according to previously unreported state filings, is nothing less than to ‘develop and promote the realization of a Godhead based on Artificial Intelligence.’”

Nobody but Levandowski knows if he really believes he can create a Godbot. Considering his obsession with artificial intelligence, it is altogether possible that he does. And while that may seem nuts, people have started religions for stranger reasons. The Way of the Future could be an elaborate tax scam and this still would not necessarily invalidate its claims to be a religion; people sincerely believe in Scientology, after all. Further, Levandowski’s belief isn’t so strange within the context of Silicon Valley, which has long invested religious hopes in its creations.

But no matter how far the tech industry advances, its genius minds can’t exorcise their humanity. The belief that we could one day evolve into a new, technologically enhanced species; Peter Thiel’s rumored lust for young blood, which would supposedly help him live forever; cryogenic resurrection—they thinly disguise the same fear of death and desire for salvation that propel religions the world over. In this respect, a divine bot seems less like science fiction and more like an inevitable development, proof of what Samuel Loncar has called “a vibrant religious culture” in the Valley.

“At the beginning, bots were simply chatbots,” Kemal El Moujahid, a Facebook engineer, explained in Techcrunch. These primitive beings could do little more than respond to our prompts with pre-programmed texts. In an act of theistic evolution, we have encouraged them to grow and become more sophisticated. There are now good bots, which do things like scan the internet for copyright violations, and bad bots, which can launch basic direct denial of service attacks and spread politicized misinformation on platforms like Twitter.

Some have names. In Denver, they can also help you buy a house. Register for Envision, and you will have two at your disposal: “‘Dante’ hunts for other listings that closely map to the selected style the user first chose, while ‘Eden’ offers a more expansive set of options, including properties with related or similar styles,” reports Inman, a real estate industry news site.

Some have bodies, and, like humans, they find that those bodies are susceptible to abuse. At the Arts Electronica Festival in Austria in September, men reportedly so soiled a sex robot named Samantha that her creator must now take her for repairs. The men broke two of her fingers, reports BBC Three, and “mounted” her breasts. “People can be bad,” Sergi Santos, her developer, told the BBC. “Because they did not understand the technology and did not have to pay for it, they treated the doll like barbarians.”

For now, bots belong to an evolutionary process we can control. And we exercise that control when they become too frisky. Months after Facebook’s El Moujahid extolled the virtues of “an automated army of messengers,” two Facebook bots began speaking in tongues. “i i can i i i everything else,” said Bob the bot; “balls have a ball to me to me to me to me to me to me to me,” replied his botfriend Alice. Facebook shut down this program, though not, as was initially reported, because the results frightened their engineers. They didn’t achieve the desired results: Alice spoke of balls because engineers wanted her to barter with Bob for balls, making their chats a simple negotiation. Still, this doesn’t reduce the sense of creeping horror. We made an intelligence, and in a limited way it learned to speak for itself.

The god in all these scenarios is the human architect, not the bot under her control. But the Valley’s mightiest titans grasp their own innate limitations, and see salvation in their creations. If Thiel seeks young blood, it’s because he knows he’s going to die. The acolytes of Ray Kurzweil—the academic who helped popularized the Singularity, the idea that artificial intelligence will eclipse human intelligence and ultimately make it irrelevant—are itching to become one with a higher entity. And if Levandowski wants to make a Godbot, it’s because it theoretically possess a quality that he lacks: permanence, or something like it.

“Science is like religion, an effort at transcendance that ends by accepting a world that is beyond understanding,” John Gray writes in The Immortalization Commission. “Just like faith, reason must at last submit; the final end of science is the revelation of the absurd.” The chief hypocrisy of evangelical atheism is its reluctance to recognize the magical thinking in its own dogma. Intellect and religious feeling can co-exist, because that religious feeling springs from a place intellect doesn’t reach. The desire to transcend, to conquer, and to endure propels our drive to invent and maps our relations with those inventions.

Silicon Valley, then, is no anomaly, but rather the most recent and most vivid manifestation of our dissatisfaction with our own humanity. Some of its most popular products—Facebook, Twitter, other social networking sites—can function like secularized congregations. Some of its innovations—like Soylent, a powdered substance that is meant to replace regular food—imply some basic inadequacy with the human condition, as if we can improve ourselves by behaving less like people and more like the robots of Levandowski’s dreams.

We can map the genome, hurl satellites into the void, and probe the deepest shadows in the oceans. We can construct intelligences that exist outside human bodies, and we can say all these things exist without the influence of god. We look inward because there is nowhere left to look. We replicate ourselves because there’s nothing left to do. The Levandowskis of this world believe that we will achieve perfection in the creation of a thing that is like us but not us, and that this deity will tell us what we mean.

“You are gods, all of you are children of the Most High,” the Psalmist wrote. We will die like men, but our sons may survive us.

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  • raisnbran

    the bible thumpers,christians have had their run with satanic messaging so why can’t the bots have their turn? trust no one jesus said and if you have any questions dialed up god and the truth will set you free–the truth is not in any scripture or any thing in the bible–those are just a bunch of satanic verses out of the book of wrath and judgement–evil-god has no wrath nor judgement-god loves you and will prove it when you get to the other side–do not let all the nut jobs(bible thumpers) make the road more difficult….

    • Andy

      god doesn’t exist – the universe has always existed and was not created, according to universal natural LAW

      The First LAW of Thermodynamics:
      *NO matter nor energy can be created nor destroyed, only its’ form can be altered*

      *no matter nor energy can be created* – seeing the universe is made of matter & energy, it quite simply cannot have been created, it has always existed, only its form has altered

      *only its form can be altered* – the Big Bang cannot have been the point of creation, only a point of “alteration of form” in accordance with UNIVERSAL LAW and there is ZERO evidence to the contrary

      *the universe was not created, but has always existed* – there can be no creator, for that which was not created

      • Mayhem

        That’s a partial argument, Andy, as i’ve told you many times. So what to make of the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics? You know, the one that says order cannot come from a chaotic trend without intelligent design.

        Because, really, the 1st Law only demonstrates that energy cannot be created in a closed system but doesn’t necessarily refute the creation of the closed system which must have had a beginning given the universe, according to Hubble’s theory, is expanding.

        You’re cherry picking your “science” in exactly the same manner that certain theists do with the Bible.

        • marquise

          Don’t try to reason Andy, he is ALL KNOWING. A sad being he is

          • Andy

            All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.

            still stuck on ridicule huh infant? can’t negate the FACTS, all you’ve got is an infantile attempt at character assassination

            bravo you intellectual giant you

        • Andy

          the 2nd law in no way invalidates the first law, in fact it compliments the first law

          in a universe where no matter nor energy can be created nor destroyed, all existing matter/energy must be recycled – entropy is nothing more than natures recycling system, complex system break down to their simplest form, then LIFE rebuilds those building blocks into something highly complex, like a living organism

          the universe is a closed system, it did not have a beginning in accordance with universal natural LAW

          the universe is not expanding, doppler shift has been proven wrong, but seeing you don’t actually do any research, you wouldn’t know that

          i’m not cherry picking, i’m stating universal LAW – you on the other hand are deflecting because you’ve got NOTHING, you cannot prove the law wrong, neither can you demonstrate that the universe was created

          lastly, your imaginary god has always existed accoroding to your fairy-tale, the REALITY is that the universe has always existed and there is no god

          • Mayhem

            Would you point me to the research that proves Kepler’s theory incorrect, please Andy, because i’m very interested in the topic and it certainly seems that “red shift” is held to be a thing as recently as 2016 according to NASA.


            And can you expand on your argument regarding a trend towards chaos doing an about turn and spontaneously forming highly complex organisms because that seems to fly in the face of probability given complexity requires more than mere chance.

            I mean you must be aware the world famous Atheist and fellow of several royal societies, Richard Dawkins, admitting to life having been seeded on earth it’s just he insists on aliens being responsible instead of God.

          • Mayhem

            Another thing, Andy, i’m not trying to prove the laws of thermodynamics wrong and agree that in a closed system energy cannot be created only transformed. God created that closed system and spoke order into what would otherwise be chaos given the 2nd law precludes any chance that life erupted spontaneously.

            You do know the odds that DNA, or even the bacterial flagellum, formed by random chance requires more faith than believing in a higher intelligence don’t you?

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  • Andy

    “The Greatest Cover Up in History!” also known as The Great Lie = religion itself

    - the universe was not created but has always existed (first law of thermodynamics)
    - there are no gods, there is no God
    - all holy books are man-made works of fiction borne of ignorance
    - no holy men lived (jesus, buddha, krishna, etc) they are all fictional characters

    time to grow up kids, set aside your safety blanket, let go your imaginary friends and mature into a responsible adult, who does what is right, for no reason other than it is right

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