Smartphones, explained

If you’re anything like me, you have sometimes found yourself looking at your all-the-bells-and-whistles smartphone and asked yourself, “Why do I carry this goddam thing everywhere?” I don’t use, or even understand, about two-thirds of its applications; most of the times it rings it’s a robocall, and I rarely feel a need right then to talk to the people who make legitimate calls; and I affirmatively dislike carrying around its surveillance capability.

Now, a new problem has arisen: According to a gen-u-ine Holy Man, Apple’s Siri and all the others’ voice control systems are fronts for The Antichrist. I mean — bummer.

As technology becomes more and more a part of our everyday lives, we must consider theories about the Antichrist and emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, Siri, Alexa, Watson, 5G and more, which are creeping into our lives on a daily basis and changing our perspective of how things could possibly play out even in the next few years.

And as the technology race continues, it is no longer difficult to imagine the Antichrist as some kind of hybrid human cyborg able to project himself all over the world at one time as a hologram that demands to be worshipped.”

I’ve suspected this for a long time.

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