March 11

Warren Lee shared a real eye opener today and says Artificial intelligence (AI) is taking over the way we live. It has proven to be remarkably helpful in so many ways, but are humans able to survive with AI exclusively? 

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is intelligence demonstrated by machines, as opposed to natural intelligence that humans possess, such as voice/face recognition, comprehending chess (better than humans), play simulated war strategies, and driving automobiles.

AI has become a threat to human society. What have we become? What will we be? Robots?  
We hope not!

Warren believes AI should help support humans not replace them.
Computers cannot duplicate the qualities of love, faith and hope.

John 13:34-35 talks about love. Warren shared a story about the time he graduated from college and was theoretically prepared to do the job but really had know idea how to do it! A person there became a mentor to him and guided him during this time of uncertainty. Can AI do this?

Luke 8:22-25 is scripture that Warren looks to for his own faith and hope. Managing finances for others can be risky at times, and he often would turn to God to strengthen his faith knowing that he was helping them.

After breaking into small groups, each answered their own questions about Love, Faith and Hope. Ask yourself these questions:
  1. Tell us about people who have helped you in your life?
  2. Should we as individuals or as a church, do more to help the homeless and disadvantaged? 
  3. What happened in the past year that you are most thankful for?
  4. Is your faith becoming stronger or weaker, why?
With limited time and limited attendance (women's retreat), not all participants were able to complete this discussion. This surely deserves another visit to explore these thought provoking questions.

Many Thanks Warren!


On April 8th, George Lai will continue to teach us more about this scripture and help us interpret and remember it in our hearts.

John 11:25-26
I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in me will live, even though he dies; and whoever lives and believes in me will never die.


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