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Ex-Google executive Anthony Levandowski is founding a church where people worship an artificial intelligence god
2 days ago - By Business Insider
Anthony Levandowski, the former Google and Uber executive currently at the center of a bombshell lawsuit filed by Waymo, says he's serious about starting a religion centered around super-smart artificial intelligence.
In a rare interview with Wired , his first public interview since the Waymo lawsuit, Levandowski shed more light on his new church, "Way of the Future." Here are some highlights:
The "Way of the Future" church will have its own gospel called "The Manual," public worship ceremonies, and probably a physical place of worship.
The idea behind his religion is that one day - "not...
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