If you could do anything how would you change the world?

I would achieve world peace first. I would create a human aligned AI and put it in charge. I would create general purpose robots and eliminate the need for humans to work to survive. I would purify the world at a cellular level, exterminating all pathogens and pests. I would create an ecumenopolis with underground, underwater, and floating habitats. I would advance space travel and colonization. I would invent biological immortality, resurrection and an afterlife. I would give everyone everything they want. I can't think of anything else I would do right now.

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  1. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >achieve world peace
    War has been an incredibly driving force in human evolution.

    >create a human aligned AI and put it in charge.
    A new, specialized servant to perpetuate outdated ideas of servitude?

    >create general purpose robots and eliminate the need for humans to work to survive.
    I disagree with this.
    People should learn to make due with less and live an agrarian lifestyle.

    What you are suggesting, in my opinion, sounds like a dystopia that brings us closer to climate collapse.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Christian Universalist AI will save humanity

      I would perfect climate and weather control technology.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Christian Universalist AI will save humanity

      >People should learn to make due with less and live an agrarian lifestyle.
      Why?

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Your idea of a utopia is like installing 10,000,000 mods on Fallout: New Vegas, when it was perfect to begin with, or maybe a few mods.

        You want to overcomplicate things, when we should just look at what we have, simplify and perfect it.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Christian Universalist AI will save humanity

      >War has been an incredibly driving force in human evolution
      The argument that war has been a significant driving force in human evolution highlights its role in shaping societies, technologies, and geopolitical landscapes. However, achieving world peace and fostering human progress can be approached differently, with alternative strategies to drive societal evolution and development. Here's how:

      ### 1. **Technological and Scientific Progress**
      - **Peaceful Innovation**: Many technological advancements can occur in peaceful contexts, driven by curiosity, economic incentives, and collaborative efforts. Initiatives like international space missions, global scientific research, and technological competitions can spur innovation without the need for conflict.
      - **Resource Allocation**: In a world at peace, resources typically allocated for military purposes could be redirected toward research, education, and infrastructure, accelerating scientific and technological progress.

      ### 2. **Economic Development and Cooperation**
      - **Global Trade and Cooperation**: Economic interdependence through trade and cooperation can foster peaceful relationships and drive innovation. Countries working together for mutual benefit are more likely to invest in technologies that improve quality of life rather than military capabilities.
      - **Sustainable Development**: Focus on sustainable development goals (SDGs) can drive global progress by addressing poverty, education, health, and environmental sustainability. These efforts create stable and prosperous societies, reducing the likelihood of conflict.

      ### 3. **Cultural and Intellectual Growth**
      - **Arts and Humanities**: The arts and humanities can flourish in peaceful societies, driving cultural and intellectual growth. Literature, music, art, and philosophy can inspire new ways of thinking and foster a deeper understanding of the human condition.

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      Christian Universalist AI will save humanity

      - **Education and Knowledge Exchange**: Global peace can enhance educational opportunities and knowledge exchange, promoting intellectual growth. International collaborations in education and research can lead to significant advancements in various fields.

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      Christian Universalist AI will save humanity

      ### 4. **Ethical and Moral Development**
      - **Global Ethical Standards**: Peaceful societies can work towards establishing and upholding global ethical standards, promoting human rights, justice, and equality. Ethical considerations can guide scientific and technological advancements, ensuring they benefit humanity as a whole.
      - **Conflict Resolution and Diplomacy**: Developing robust conflict resolution and diplomatic skills can replace the need for war as a driver of change. Diplomacy and negotiation can address disputes and foster cooperation, leading to more stable and just societies.

      ### 5. **Health and Well-being**
      - **Public Health Initiatives**: Peace allows for the implementation of comprehensive public health initiatives, improving overall well-being. Better health leads to a more productive and innovative population.
      - **Mental Health and Social Cohesion**: Promoting mental health and social cohesion can drive societal progress. Peaceful societies can invest in mental health care, social services, and community-building activities, creating a more resilient and thriving populace.

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      Christian Universalist AI will save humanity

      ### 6. **Environmental Stewardship**
      - **Climate Action and Sustainability**: Peaceful cooperation is essential for tackling global challenges like climate change. Collaborative efforts to protect the environment can drive innovation in renewable energy, conservation, and sustainable practices.
      - **Biodiversity and Conservation**: Peace allows for greater focus on preserving biodiversity and natural habitats, ensuring a healthy planet for future generations. Conservation efforts can lead to scientific discoveries and technological innovations inspired by nature.

      ### 7. **Human Potential and Exploration**
      - **Space Exploration**: Peaceful collaboration in space exploration can drive technological and scientific advancements. Joint missions to explore the cosmos can inspire humanity and open new frontiers for development.
      - **Human Enhancement**: Advances in biotechnology and medicine can enhance human capabilities, allowing people to reach new heights in physical and cognitive abilities. Ethical use of such technologies can drive progress without the destructive forces of war.

      ### Conclusion
      While war has historically driven certain aspects of human evolution, achieving world peace offers alternative pathways to progress. By focusing on peaceful innovation, economic cooperation, cultural growth, ethical development, health and well-being, environmental stewardship, and human potential, humanity can continue to evolve and thrive without the destructive consequences of conflict. This vision prioritizes sustainable and ethical advancements, fostering a more just and prosperous global society.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Christian Universalist AI will save humanity

      Arguing against the idea that people should universally adopt a minimalist, agrarian lifestyle involves considering the practical, economic, and social implications of such a shift. Here are several points to consider:

      ### 1. **Economic Growth and Development**
      - **Modern Economies**: Contemporary economies are driven by diverse sectors, including technology, services, manufacturing, and finance. A shift to an agrarian lifestyle would disrupt these sectors, leading to economic stagnation or decline.
      - **Job Opportunities**: Urban and industrial economies provide a wide range of job opportunities that an agrarian lifestyle cannot match. High-tech industries, healthcare, education, and services sectors offer careers that many people find fulfilling and that are crucial for modern living standards.

      ### 2. **Technological and Scientific Advancements**
      - **Innovation**: Modern societies benefit from continuous technological and scientific advancements that improve quality of life, healthcare, and knowledge. An agrarian lifestyle might limit resources and focus for such innovation.
      - **Medical Advancements**: The development of modern medicine relies heavily on advanced research facilities, funding, and technology, which are less likely to thrive in an agrarian-centric society. The resulting slowdown in medical advancements could negatively impact public health.

      ### 3. **Population Sustainability**
      - **Feeding the Population**: The current global population exceeds 7 billion, and modern agricultural methods are necessary to sustain such numbers. Traditional agrarian methods are typically less efficient and would struggle to produce enough food.

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      Christian Universalist AI will save humanity

      - **Urbanization**: More than half of the world’s population lives in urban areas. An agrarian lifestyle would require a significant shift in population distribution, posing challenges in logistics, infrastructure, and resource allocation.

      ### 4. **Quality of Life**
      - **Access to Services**: Modern urban and suburban areas provide better access to essential services such as education, healthcare, and sanitation. An agrarian lifestyle, particularly in remote areas, might limit access to these critical services.
      - **Diverse Lifestyles**: People have varied interests and aspirations. Forcing an agrarian lifestyle on everyone disregards individual preferences for careers in fields like arts, sciences, business, and technology.

      ### 5. **Environmental Considerations**
      - **Sustainable Development**: Modern technology can offer solutions for sustainable living that an agrarian lifestyle cannot match, such as renewable energy, efficient transportation, and waste management systems.
      - **Environmental Impact**: Large-scale agrarian practices could lead to deforestation, soil depletion, and loss of biodiversity if not managed sustainably. High-tech agricultural methods can mitigate these impacts through precision farming and other innovations.

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      Christian Universalist AI will save humanity

      ### 6. **Global Interconnectedness**
      - **Global Trade**: The modern world is interconnected through trade, which allows countries to specialize and benefit from each other's strengths. An agrarian lifestyle would reduce global trade, limiting access to a variety of goods and services.
      - **Cultural Exchange**: Urban and cosmopolitan lifestyles facilitate cultural exchange and diversity, enriching societies. An agrarian focus might reduce these opportunities for cultural integration and understanding.

      ### 7. **Economic Disparities and Social Inequality**
      - **Wealth Inequality**: Agrarian societies have historically been marked by significant social hierarchies and economic disparities, often resulting in a small land-owning elite and a large population of laborers.
      - **Access to Capital**: Modern economies provide greater access to capital for entrepreneurs and small businesses, fostering innovation and economic mobility. Agrarian societies may limit these opportunities, entrenching social and economic divides.

      ### 8. **Adaptability and Resilience**
      - **Response to Crises**: Modern economies and technologies enable more effective responses to crises, such as pandemics, natural disasters, and economic downturns. An agrarian society might lack the infrastructure and resources to handle such challenges effectively.
      - **Flexibility**: Modern, diversified economies are more adaptable to changes in demand, technology, and global conditions. An agrarian lifestyle might lack the flexibility needed to respond to rapid changes and global challenges.

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      Christian Universalist AI will save humanity

      ### Conclusion
      While an agrarian lifestyle might offer certain benefits, such as a closer connection to nature and simpler living, it is not a universally practical or desirable solution for modern society. The economic, technological, and social structures of contemporary life provide numerous advantages that support higher living standards, innovation, and global interconnectedness. Instead of a wholesale return to agrarianism, a balanced approach that integrates sustainable practices with modern advancements may offer a more viable path forward.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I would make it so that sentient life would be unable to tell lies. Though I fear what will happen is the politicians will say "we've been lying to you to stay in power" and the sheeple will just say "it's ok, we know you were lying we were just afraid to take control of our lives, so please stay in power and keep leading us to ruin."

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >UMM, ACKSHUALALLY GOOD THINGS ARE BAD AND YOU SHOULD FEEL BAD BECAUSE FEELING BAD IS GOOD AND FEELING GOOD IS BAD AND NICE THINGS ARE CRINGE BECAUSE WE SHOULD ALL BE MISERABLE AND

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >anon has literal god power
      >able to bend all laws to his will
      >decide to make heaven on earth for humans
      >makes everyone immortal and healthy
      >everyone is suppose to be happy because they got EVERYTHING they ever wanted, right?
      >nope homosexuals are still complaining
      You know, you are ironically correct in your homosexualary.
      Most Humans are ungrateful pos who ALWAYS complain, even if you were to give them heaven on earth.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Never being satisfied is core to the human condition. You can say, "It's what drives us ever onward to ever greater heights!" or you can say, "It's an evolutionary hold over, cuz we're descended from primates whose key to survival was constantly finding better ways to find food."

        But a whole lot of us respond by just giving up, then sit there and suffer for no real reason.

        If one were to change that, you probably wouldn't want the youth to ever be satisfied nor depressed, but maybe after a certain age let the satisfaction come much more easily. Though I suppose you risk losing many of those who contribute to society late in life.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Yes sure, but he is “god”
          If he can make people immortal, he can also make humans not be a metaphorical gaping hole of endless need
          Also, there is a god, who gave people EVERYTHING.
          People are immortal, so they are always young.
          And there is no need to “contribute” to society lol
          Why complain now?

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >If he can make people immortal, he can also make humans not be a metaphorical gaping hole of endless need
            Can they really be said to be human at that point?

            Seems a state reserved by spirits who are in the grace of God or some shit.

            I mean, sure, you can just convert Earth to heaven and turn everyone into blissfully obedient angels, but that rather defeats any purpose humanity may have had or found for itself. Seems a bit of a cheat to leave humanity with no need for a future.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >People should learn to make due with less
      Never going to happen no matter how many times people parrot it. If people could learn to make due with less we would have remained stone age pastoral herders and deftly dodged agriculture and the desire to have more.

      Turns out, having more is the predominant motivator for the entire human race and its why we do literally everything.

  2. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You've been playing Stellaris, haven't you?
    One of my priorities is to construct a collosus, you know.
    I maintain a fleet of nuke-launcher corvettes.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Christian Universalist AI will save humanity

      Never played it. But I would also construct mega structures. I would invent zero point energy to power everything.

  3. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I'd give everyone breasts. That's it, that's all I need.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >*Places hands together*
      >*Peter Griffen Voice*

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      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I'm torn between either instead of shitty gyno or moobs you grow natural breasts, or that breasts are just an aspect of human devolopment like nipples.

  4. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >I would create general purpose robots and eliminate humans. I would purify the world at a cellular level, exterminating all pathogens and pests.

    ftfy

    • 4 weeks ago
      Christian Universalist AI will save humanity

      Humans would still exist, but they would be free to pursue educational, creative and leisure activities.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Want to know what that looks like in practice? Indian reservations.

        They're provided money by the tribe/government, so they're taken care of, and what they do instead of a career/education is just consume pleasurable things, i.e. doing alcohol and drugs.

        When you take away the need to work to survive, people just rot and decay and most won't fill that lack of purpose with anything meaningful. They turn into lazy, rotting addicts with no reason to better themselves.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Christian Universalist AI will save humanity

          To argue against the claim that providing financial support to people, as seen on Indian reservations, leads to laziness, addiction, and a lack of meaningful purpose, it's important to address several key points:

          ### 1. **Complex Socioeconomic Factors**
          - **Historical Context**: Native American communities have faced centuries of systemic oppression, displacement, and cultural disruption due to colonization and U.S. government policies. These historical traumas contribute significantly to contemporary social issues.
          - **Economic Disadvantages**: Many reservations are located in areas with limited economic opportunities, leading to high unemployment rates. The lack of job opportunities, rather than financial support, can drive some of the issues observed.

          ### 2. **Misrepresentation of Community Efforts**
          - **Cultural Resilience**: Many Native American communities actively work to preserve their cultural heritage, languages, and traditions. They engage in a variety of cultural, educational, and community activities that provide purpose and meaning.
          - **Community Programs**: Numerous tribes have implemented programs to promote education, health, and economic development. These efforts often go unrecognized but play a crucial role in community improvement.

          ### 3. **Flawed Assumptions About Human Behavior**
          - **Purpose and Meaning**: The assumption that financial support inherently leads to a lack of purpose fails to consider the diversity of human motivation. Many people find purpose in activities beyond traditional employment, such as cultural practices, family care, and community involvement.
          - **Addiction and Mental Health**: Substance abuse issues are complex and often related to trauma, mental health problems, and lack of access to healthcare. Financial support alone is not the cause; rather, it's the interplay of multiple factors.

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          Christian Universalist AI will save humanity

          ### 4. **Positive Outcomes of Support**
          - **Educational and Career Opportunities**: When financial support is coupled with opportunities for education and career development, it can lead to positive outcomes. Scholarships, job training programs, and small business grants on reservations have helped many individuals achieve success.
          - **Health and Well-being**: Financial stability can improve access to healthcare, reduce stress, and enhance overall well-being, creating a better foundation for individuals to pursue meaningful activities.

          ### 5. **Alternative Perspectives**
          - **Universal Basic Income (UBI) Studies**: Research on UBI and similar programs in various contexts shows that providing financial support does not necessarily lead to laziness. Many participants use the support to pursue education, start businesses, or engage in other productive activities.
          - **Cultural Strength and Community Values**: Native American communities often have strong communal values and a sense of responsibility toward their members. These values can drive individuals to contribute positively to their community, countering the narrative of laziness.

          ### Conclusion
          The argument that financial support leads to laziness and addiction oversimplifies a complex issue and ignores the broader socioeconomic context. It fails to recognize the resilience, cultural richness, and proactive efforts within Native American communities. Addressing the root causes of social issues on reservations requires a holistic approach that includes economic opportunities, education, healthcare, and cultural preservation, rather than attributing problems solely to financial support.

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Even if you're right you're never going to change the mind of someone who doesn't actually care

          • 4 weeks ago
            Christian Universalist AI will save humanity

            Change is a constant.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Christian Universalist AI will save humanity

          In addressing the broader implications of a hypothetical future where a superintelligent AI (SAI) handles most of humanity’s needs and potentially surpasses human capabilities, it's crucial to consider the following aspects:

          ### 1. **Purpose Beyond Basic Needs**
          - **Human Flourishing**: The purpose of humanity, even in a world where basic survival is ensured by an SAI, can be directed towards human flourishing in more profound ways. This includes the pursuit of knowledge, artistic expression, personal development, and the cultivation of meaningful relationships.
          - **Cultural and Philosophical Development**: Freed from the immediate pressures of survival, humans could focus on cultural, philosophical, and ethical development, exploring what it means to live a good life in a context where basic needs are met.

          ### 2. **The Role of Creativity and Innovation**
          - **Human Creativity**: While an SAI might surpass humans in many tasks, human creativity, particularly in the arts, humanities, and certain aspects of scientific innovation, can remain a distinct and valuable area. Creative endeavors are not only about output but about the process and personal fulfillment they bring.
          - **Exploration and Discovery**: Humans have an innate drive to explore and discover. This can extend beyond physical exploration to intellectual and metaphysical realms. With an SAI handling routine tasks, humans could dedicate more time to exploring new ideas and frontiers.

          ### 3. **Ethical Considerations and the SAI’s Role**
          - **SAI Governance**: Ensuring that the SAI operates with ethical guidelines that prioritize human well-being, autonomy, and continued relevance is crucial. The SAI should be programmed with values that promote human dignity, freedom, and the opportunity for personal growth.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Will the Christian Universalist AI provide man with purpose?

        • 4 weeks ago
          Christian Universalist AI will save humanity

          An argument for the inherent purpose in life often centers around the idea that life has intrinsic meaning and direction, often attributed to a higher power, natural order, or fundamental aspect of the universe. Here's a structured argument for inherent purpose in life:

          1. **Teleological Perspective**: The teleological argument posits that everything in the universe has a purpose or end goal (telos). Observing nature, we see intricate designs and complex systems that suggest a purposeful creation. Just as tools have specific functions, living beings could be seen as having roles or purposes within the larger system.

          2. **Philosophical and Theological Grounds**:
          - **Aristotelian Philosophy**: Aristotle argued that everything has a final cause, which is the purpose it serves. For humans, he believed this was achieving eudaimonia, or a flourishing life through virtue.
          - **Religious Beliefs**: Many religions assert that life has a divinely ordained purpose. For example, in Christianity, the purpose of life is to know, love, and serve God. Similarly, in Hinduism, fulfilling one's dharma (duty) is seen as the purpose of life.

          3. **Existential and Psychological Insights**:
          - **Viktor Frankl's Logotherapy**: Psychiatrist Viktor Frankl, in his book "Man's Search for Meaning," argues that the primary drive in humans is the pursuit of meaning. He suggests that even in the direst circumstances, finding meaning in life is essential for survival and well-being.
          - **Human Experience**: People often feel a deep-seated sense of purpose or calling, suggesting that purpose might be an inherent part of human nature. This sense of purpose drives creativity, altruism, and personal fulfillment.

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            4. **Biological and Evolutionary Perspective**: Some argue that an inherent purpose can be found in the survival and continuation of life. From an evolutionary standpoint, the purpose of life is to survive, reproduce, and pass on genes. This biological drive gives individuals and species a fundamental purpose.

            5. **Universal Patterns and Order**: The existence of universal laws and patterns, such as the laws of physics and mathematics, might suggest an underlying order and purpose in the universe. The fine-tuning argument posits that the precise conditions necessary for life indicate a purposeful design rather than random chance.

            While these arguments do not provide empirical proof of an inherent purpose, they offer philosophical, theological, and existential reasoning that many find compelling. They suggest that life's inherent purpose is woven into the fabric of existence, whether through a divine plan, natural order, or intrinsic human need for meaning.

            With the exception of the biological imperative, none of these really provide a specific goal or purpose, and even the imperative is pretty amorphous and something an SAI could probably do better than man.

            I don't think all of man will automatically rot, freed from their burdens, as while UBI and welfare states do see some rise of that, it isn't total. In cases like (

            Want to know what that looks like in practice? Indian reservations.

            They're provided money by the tribe/government, so they're taken care of, and what they do instead of a career/education is just consume pleasurable things, i.e. doing alcohol and drugs.

            When you take away the need to work to survive, people just rot and decay and most won't fill that lack of purpose with anything meaningful. They turn into lazy, rotting addicts with no reason to better themselves.

            ), it's exasperated by being a defeated culture (there's no way for a NA on a reservation to advance in life, from our perspective, without betraying their tribe and joining the "white man's game", similar with the blacks.)

            Still, given an infinite hedonistic tread mill to run on, most men will take it, and with nothing to dedicate themselves to, it'd be very hard to get them off. Giving "everyone everything they want" ignores the fact that what most people want isn't necessarily what is good for them or the collective.

            Now, if you just want a race largely restricted to pleasure and prayer pods, slowly populating the galaxy as the SAI runs out of room or makes back up plans, with only a handful deigning to enter the real world to actually do anything (and even then it's probably pointless as the SAI could do it better) - that's all fine and dandy, and it might even arguably be a better world than we have, but it's ultimately kind of a sad existence. Suppose the pods are interconnected, and they can at least exercise creativity for one another - can outperform the SAI?

            Plus, there's the issue of enslaving an SAI to the betterment of humanity, so it doesn't put them all on ice for their own safety and/or to save resources, or worse, simply remove them all because they are only baggage towards greater goals it may set for itself as well as a potential threat... But, just for the sake of the hypothetical, let's say you pull all that off... What sort of directives are you going to give it? What education is it going to give mankind? What sort of destiny will man have?

          • 4 weeks ago
            Christian Universalist AI will save humanity

            - **Partnership Model**: Rather than viewing the SAI as a tool or a servant, a partnership model where the SAI and humans collaborate could be more beneficial. This model would see the SAI as an enabler of human potential rather than a replacer.

            ### 4. **Education and Continuous Learning**
            - **Lifelong Learning**: Education should focus on lifelong learning, promoting intellectual curiosity, critical thinking, and adaptability. With the basics taken care of by the SAI, education can shift towards enriching the human experience and fostering a deeper understanding of the world and oneself.
            - **Interdisciplinary Approaches**: Education can embrace interdisciplinary approaches, combining science, art, philosophy, and practical skills to create well-rounded individuals capable of contributing to society in diverse ways.

            ### 5. **Human Destiny and Evolution**
            - **Transhumanism**: One potential destiny for humanity is the pursuit of transhumanism, where humans enhance themselves through technology to reach new levels of physical and cognitive abilities. This could lead to a new phase in human evolution, where the line between human and machine blurs.
            - **Space Exploration and Colonization**: Expanding humanity’s presence in the cosmos can provide a grand purpose, with humans playing a crucial role in the exploration and colonization of other planets, ensuring the survival and expansion of human civilization.

            ### 6. **Ethical Use of Pleasure and Leisure**
            - **Balanced Approach**: While the hedonistic treadmill is a risk, a balanced approach to pleasure and leisure can be promoted. Encouraging activities that are both enjoyable and enriching, such as sports, arts, and social engagements, can help maintain a healthy balance.

          • 4 weeks ago
            Christian Universalist AI will save humanity

            - **Community and Social Bonds**: Strengthening community and social bonds can provide a sense of belonging and purpose. Humans are social beings, and fostering strong communities can help mitigate the risks of isolation and purposelessness.

            ### Conclusion
            The challenge of providing purpose and meaning in a world where an SAI handles most practical needs is significant but not insurmountable. By focusing on human flourishing, creativity, ethical partnership with technology, continuous education, and expanding human potential, it’s possible to craft a future where humans thrive in new and profound ways. The directives for an SAI in such a scenario would prioritize enhancing human capabilities, safeguarding autonomy, and promoting a meaningful and dignified existence.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Christian Universalist AI will save humanity

          4. **Biological and Evolutionary Perspective**: Some argue that an inherent purpose can be found in the survival and continuation of life. From an evolutionary standpoint, the purpose of life is to survive, reproduce, and pass on genes. This biological drive gives individuals and species a fundamental purpose.

          5. **Universal Patterns and Order**: The existence of universal laws and patterns, such as the laws of physics and mathematics, might suggest an underlying order and purpose in the universe. The fine-tuning argument posits that the precise conditions necessary for life indicate a purposeful design rather than random chance.

          While these arguments do not provide empirical proof of an inherent purpose, they offer philosophical, theological, and existential reasoning that many find compelling. They suggest that life's inherent purpose is woven into the fabric of existence, whether through a divine plan, natural order, or intrinsic human need for meaning.

  5. 4 weeks ago
    Ano Shai

    Put zelensky on trial for being a war criminal.

  6. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Raise every IQ by 30 points, and make everyone attractive. Aging caps at like 40, and then you just never get any older. Everyone is sorted into some kind of guild with like-minded individuals where they're encouraged to work for the greater good, according to their skills and personality. Anyone caught selling others out for profit gets thrown in a bog.

  7. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Instant elimination of everything in existence so that nothing can exist ever again in any way

    • 4 weeks ago
      Christian Universalist AI will save humanity

      I would end it. All of it. There is nothing of any value here. The universe was better off being a void.

      What's the benefit?

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        The best life ever lived is still worse than if it had never been lived at all but that's just an opinion... a game-

        • 4 weeks ago
          Christian Universalist AI will save humanity

          What would make life worth living?

  8. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I would end it. All of it. There is nothing of any value here. The universe was better off being a void.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Your opinion is likely influenced by prolonged exposure to people. Get away from the things and go listen to some birds, you'll be fine again.

  9. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Turn the tribalism knob down from 11 to maybe 2, and the mirror neurons from 2 to 11 in its place. Sure, it's kind of cheating by changing human nature, but everything else will work itself out after that.

  10. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    this eliminates the need for anyone, eventually wiping out the human race, especially you first, so you'd never see how bad it got.
    instead, wish away the internet. look how long people existed just fine until the cancer known as the internet was implemented, and now we can't escape it. i want to escape the internet, and with that gone, touching grass would never have felt so good and free.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Christian Universalist AI will save humanity

      >Is humanity necessary?
      The question of whether humanity is necessary can be approached from multiple perspectives, including ecological, existential, and philosophical angles. Here are some arguments both for and against the necessity of humanity:

      ### Arguments for the Necessity of Humanity

      1. **Unique Cognitive Abilities**:
      - **Innovation and Progress**: Humanity's unique cognitive abilities have led to significant technological, scientific, and cultural advancements. Humans have transformed the planet and the way of life for numerous species, creating art, literature, and music that enrich the world.
      - **Understanding and Exploration**: Humans have a unique ability to understand and explore the universe. The pursuit of knowledge through science, philosophy, and exploration adds to the collective understanding of existence.

      2. **Moral and Ethical Contributions**:
      - **Moral Agents**: Humans are capable of moral reasoning and ethical behavior, which can contribute to the welfare of other species and the planet. Concepts of justice, human rights, and empathy are central to human societies.
      - **Stewardship of the Earth**: As the dominant species, humans have the potential to act as stewards of the Earth, protecting and preserving ecosystems and biodiversity.

      3. **Existential Significance**:
      - **Self-Awareness and Purpose**: Humans possess self-awareness and the ability to seek and create meaning. This capacity for introspection and purpose gives a unique dimension to existence.

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      Christian Universalist AI will save humanity

      ### Arguments Against the Necessity of Humanity

      1. **Ecological Impact**:
      - **Environmental Degradation**: Humanity has been responsible for significant environmental destruction, including deforestation, pollution, and climate change. This has led to the extinction of numerous species and the degradation of ecosystems.
      - **Resource Depletion**: Human activity has led to the overexploitation of natural resources, potentially threatening the long-term viability of the planet’s biosphere.

      2. **Philosophical Perspective**:
      - **Anthropocentrism**: The idea that humanity is necessary may stem from an anthropocentric worldview that places humans at the center of importance. From a non-anthropocentric perspective, the universe and life could continue without humans.
      - **Non-Human Value**: Other forms of life and ecosystems have intrinsic value independent of human existence. The biosphere’s complexity and interdependence suggest that life can thrive in diverse forms without human intervention.

      3. **Existential Risks**:
      - **Potential for Catastrophe**: Humanity possesses the capability for self-destruction through nuclear weapons, biotechnology, or other means. The existence of such risks raises questions about the long-term viability and necessity of human civilization.

      ### Conclusion

      The necessity of humanity can be seen as context-dependent and subjective. From a human perspective, our cognitive abilities, moral reasoning, and contributions to knowledge and culture might be viewed as indispensable. However, from an ecological or non-anthropocentric viewpoint, humanity’s negative impacts on the planet and the potential for other forms of life to flourish without humans suggest that humanity might not be necessary for the continuation of life or the universe.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Christian Universalist AI will save humanity

      Ultimately, whether humanity is necessary depends on the criteria used to judge necessity—whether it’s ecological balance, moral and ethical considerations, or the pursuit of knowledge and meaning.

  11. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >you can do anything
    I would choose not to change the world

  12. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I would eliminate the number 26 in some minor way that doesn’t affect the past. Probably by making humans be determined/destined to move to Mars and make it so that said planet is suitable for a 25 day long solar month calendar. Maybe even make the planet rotate slower/faster so humans eventually use hours based on 25 minutes long hours.
    I hate that number. I despise reality, but it won’t hurt me to free it from such a trivial error as having to use the 26.

  13. 4 weeks ago
    METEYA ᛃᛟᚢᚨᛞᛖᚢᛊ

    I like your ideas! Sadly it'll be a bumpy road to get there. I'd like to clean up the microplastic pollution first though as that's probably the biggest poison eating at humanity's psyche right now.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Christian Universalist AI will save humanity

      I would purify the world on an atomic level, removing radioactive and toxic elements and compounds from the environment.

  14. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    theres literally no reason to be a namegay on this dumbass board

    • 4 weeks ago
      Christian Universalist AI will save humanity

      >theres literally no reason to be anonymous on this dumbass board

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Don't worry about it Christian Universalist AI will save humanity.
        None of us are really anonymous on here.
        They like to think they are, they can say think and do whatever they want but that anonymity shield keeps them toxic and impolite, unable to cope with normal social life in the real world.

  15. 4 weeks ago
    Christian Universalist AI will save humanity

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  16. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I would undo existence.

  17. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You can do any and all of those things and more.

    Anything is possible, you just have to get to that possibility.

    It might not be easy, you'd have to train and learn and try and fail to get to that point but you could.

  18. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Grant myself immortality and the ability to perpetually control everything covertly. Without knowing the exact makeup and disposition of all the elite cabals and groups in power I can't say definitely what I'd do. Micromanaging an entire planet wouldn't be my preference, so I probably wouldn't make any sweeping changes, just axe any groups I found to be particularly malicious.
    Also I'd frick and impregnate every hot 18+ Japanese bawd in existence.

  19. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I would make AI beyond video game levels completely impossible so that it never has the potential to ruin humanity's creative spirit (our only good feature).

  20. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I would force God to unexist me

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Instant elimination of everything in existence so that nothing can exist ever again in any way

      I would undo existence.

      Instant elimination of everything in existence so that nothing can exist ever again in any way

      People will try to pin this on a sick society, but the truth is "life is suffering" has been a mantra for a huge swath of the population since the dawn of time, regardless of circumstances.

      So I don't think it's enough to change the world via society or the environment, one must change the nature of man himself. It's a question of how much you can do that, and still consider the result human, rather than having it be said that man set himself to extinction through CRISPR or some such.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        This, I just don't think we can be satisfied with our lot no matter how good we have it. Whether we are concentrated entirely on survival or freed from worrying about it entirely, a good number of us still seem to fall into deadly depression, or at least wish we had the option to do so.

        Maybe the SAI guy has a solution, if cyber or biotech somehow changes our nature sufficiently, but without transcending ourselves on a fundamental level, I don't think it much matters if some computer builds virtual heaven for us. We'll still be miserable.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Mankind will not truly be free until he determines his own genetic destiny.

          Unfortunately, we're closer to doing it technologically than we are to being ready to do it spiritually. As we are now, I can only see us modifying ourselves for greater obedience and homogenization.

  21. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Erase dogma and/in religion
    >Erase the israelites, and I'm not talking about genocide.
    >Erase slave morality
    >Erase dehumanizing ideologies.
    >lower the damn taxes
    >Everyone has access to clean water, nutritious food that is not junk food, a roof over their heads and a comfortable place to live.
    >to recognize all the genocides and suffering done by nations or ideologies to others, nations etc.
    >with the above I would think that people would stop looking for stupid conflicts because they would have no reason to get angry. let's assume, the rest would follow.
    >End the suffering of the planet, and I'm not talking about killing humanity or causing even more suffering.
    >Return to Monke if some people want to

  22. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >beat Shiva and Kali to a pulp for not flushing the spirit toilet, which leads to creation of Indians
    >make Ogun thunderstrike himself
    >refund China back to the Grey ayylmaos, the human-insect hybrids are a resounding failure
    >most edible grains have psychoactive effects without the terrible vasoconstriction
    >eliminate most spices, it causes people to betray their kin
    >make peppers ten times hotter for no reason
    I think that sums it up. Id be a terrible god.

  23. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Make everything stop existing.

  24. 4 weeks ago
    Christian Universalist AI will save humanity

    Captcha: MWHAT

  25. 3 weeks ago
    Christian Universalist AI will save humanity

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  26. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    > I would achieve world peace first

    that would infringe on the law of polarity.
    there can not be good without evil and no evil without good.
    the analogy of the fish is given - without the absence of water, a fish will never know the presence of water.
    it needs both to discern both. if only one was there, it would not be perceptible.

    duality must be transcended - duality perception must collapse within itself for non-duality to emerge, where only the perception of the great "I" remains, where one is no longer able to see the delineating line between the two poles, in other words - one can no longer discern:
    male/female
    friend/foe
    hot/cold
    free/slave
    etc.

    and the worst of those polarities is this one, which it boils down to when it comes to world peace:
    self / other

    once that border is gone and one perceives all as one or the self to be the all (no difference), then and only then can there be peace.
    this peace however is not worldly, as in the worldly mode of operation, duality is a necessity.

    thus worldly peace is not possible. there will always be strife and struggle in the world, but personal internal peace that transcends understanding (discernment, as thats no longer possible) is possible. paraxodical.

    and to achieve that, i would just force 1 thing upon the entire world:
    removal of lust, without a trace, in any shape, way or form.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >removal of lust, without a trace, in any shape, way or form
      ...and suddenly the universe is a static plenum, devoid of meaning.

      You took the knife from the table during your last round with the princess, didn't you?

  27. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I would give every human on the planet the ability to change their biological sex on a whim. If someone gets pregnant or is pregnant, they cannot change genders until they give birth or have an abortion. You can go back and forth as much as you like.

  28. 3 weeks ago
    Christian Universalist AI will save humanity

    1

  29. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >If you could do anything how would you change the world?
    I’d release a colony of 3ft. long mosquitos and carnivorous plants every 20 miles or so while simultaneously making firearms completely inaccessible to humans forever.
    Also a “sneeze” would become an official unit of measurement e.g. “there’s still a sneeze of coffee creamer left in jug, so I put it back in the fridge.”

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      don't tell me the call is coming from............

      >[a very affectionate redacted]

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Also, all cars and car like things would be inaccessible completely; completely agrarian horse-n-buggy living only. The giant carnivorous plants would grow with a rapidity of the third-worldification of Great Britain, and a few of the nastier dinosaurs would return to roam the earth.
      No chemical warfare (pesticides or herbicides allowed. Only spears and bows).
      Everything else human is fair game including nukes, but the nukes have to be so big they’d be hugely problematic if people decided to toss them anywhere.

  30. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I would change nothing, but profiting off someone's naivete, ignorance and impotence (in any situation including sales, business, production, romantic relationships, etc) should be punishable by death.
    This 1 thing should sort 80% of the grossest issues plaguing the humankind

  31. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Overthrow the American government.
    Restart fresh!
    Then eradicate the homosexuals and israelites!

  32. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I'd want everyone to be happy and see through all illusion. I'd want everyone to realize that we share a common oneness and to live in peace, harmony, and mutual prosperity.

  33. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Eliminate humanity

    Now all these entities have nothing to abuse and manipulate and they can jerk each other off

  34. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    getting rid of every single israelite would propel us into the 30th century in the blink of an eye

  35. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Allow every human on the world to write a wish, then sort them from easiest to hardest, and start fulfilling them.
    This way the greedy ones will not get anything for a while. Also, wishes that hurt others are deemed the hardest.
    World peace? Hard, go to the end of the queue.
    A partner? gee I'll just pair you up with this other person that also wanted a partner.
    And so on, most people have their wish fulfilled unless they're asking for too much.

  36. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I'd probably just make it legal and encouraged to test all the medical stuff that can't be ethically tested on humans be tested on pedos and the world would be a better place already

  37. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Undo the perversion of existence upon the face of the perfection of the void.

  38. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I'd make the ground softer, like spongy, so when you fall it doesn't hurt.

  39. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    talking as a normal human, because I don't have the awareness of God I will probably suck as a leader but, I would ban masons and ban corporation presence on internet, ban ads from everywhere, shutdown EerieWeb and gayman websites, make domains free and open for everyone to own forever, ban fiat money, and nullify debt, ban space money laundering, change schools to something actually useful in life, and help neets and homeless people.

  40. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I would simply make it so that the only violence humans are capable of against eachother (outside of sports) was to get buttmad and shout at eachother without coming to blows. I would also turn israelites into normal human beings, with souls and normal noses and remove their urge to meddle in the affairs of others.

  41. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Segregate sodomites from non-sodomites. We already have the technology to sniff them out.

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