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Personal AI Will Take Away Personal Privacy

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As of 2022, 73 percent of the world’s population ages 10 and older own a mobile phone. In 2023, that number grew to 78 percent. That data comes from the International Telecommunication Union, also known as ITU. ITU is the United Nations specialized agency for digital technology. Yes, it’s the United Nations reporting those numbers, and there is a reason they are tracking this.

International Telecommunication Union

The ICU website states, “ITU Member States have set two clear strategic goals: universal connectivity and sustainable digital transformation.” What does that mean?

It means their target for goal number one, which is universal connectivity by 2030, includes universal broadband coverage, which will involve supplying affordable broadband services for everyone on the planet, which means having broadband access to every household. The United Nations digital technology division wants mobile phones for the entire globe.

The First Telephone Patent

Putting this in perspective, the first telephone patent was granted to Alexander Graham Bell on March 7, 1876, with U.S. patent No. 174465. Three days later, on March 10, 1876, Bell transmitted the sentence: “Mr. Watson, come here! I want to see you!” It’s important to realize that it was just 148 years ago.

The World’s First Long Distance Call

On August 10, 1876, Bell called from Brantford, Ontario, to Paris, Ontario, which is eight miles away. This was considered to be the world’s first long-distance call. Nine years later, the first telephone exchange was established in Boston, and in 1915, the first United States coast-to-coast long-distance call took place when Bell, in New York City, called his former assistant Thomas Watson in San Francisco, California. Again, that was only 109 years ago.

The First Transatlantic Telephone Call

I point this out because it has only been just over one hundred years since we have had the ability to connect people across the country in real time. After that New York to San Francisco call, this technology only needed twelve more years to become worldwide when, in 1927, W. S. Gifford, then the president of the American Telephone & Telegraph Company (AT&T), and Sir Evelyn P. Murray, secretary of the General Post Office of Great Britain, connected on a transatlantic telephone call. Again, until 97 years ago, it was not possible to communicate from one nation to another.

Cell phones are part of our daily lives for at least 78 percent of the world’s population. Can we take a moment and consider how fast this technology has grown, from the ability to make a call from eight miles away to having minicomputers in our pockets?

Here’s the point I want to make: this technology is about to take another giant leap forward, and this leap has the ability to launch us straight into the system the Antichrist will use to eventually control and oversee the entire world population.

AI-powered IntelliPhones

We had cellphones, then feature phones, then smartphones. Now, we are about to have IntelliPhones. These are coming next.

The first cellphone came out in the early 1980s. It was connected to a cellular radio system and didn’t require a physical connection to a network. Then, we had feature phones. These are connected to the internet and can store and play music. Then, Apple ushered in the smartphone era with location data, fancy cameras, and the App Store.

Now, we are about to be introduced to the IntelliPhone with built-in AI-powered applications. This new technology could make our current smartphones look dumb. The coming AI smartphones—these IntelliPhones—are being seen as a once-in-a-generation upgrade.

Some of the potential IntelliPhones capabilities are:

  • Context-aware Assistance: This is a more advanced form of personal assistance that understands context better and provides more relevant responses.
  • Proactive Suggestions: These assistants could proactively suggest actions based on user patterns.
  • Object and Scene Recognition: These phones can identify objects, people, and scenes in photos and suggest actions like sharing, searching for more information, or buying related products.
  • Real-time Translation: AI-capable phones will offer real-time language translation, making communication easier while traveling or interacting with people who speak different languages.
  • Predictive Health Alerts: AI could predict potential health issues by analyzing patterns in collected data and alert users to seek medical advice if needed.
  • AI-driven Content Creation: Users may be able to create more engaging VR content.
  • Music Haptics: AI could refine vibrations from music to improve the experience for phone users who are deaf or hard of hearing.
  • Vocal Shortcuts: AI could recognize speech patterns and improve speech recognition for users with speech-related conditions, such as stroke victims. Users could also assign custom utterances that Siri can understand to launch shortcuts and complete complex tasks.

Apple’s IntelliPhones were recently introduced at its Worldwide Developers Conference. These new AI-powered IntelliPhones will have the ability to offer personalized settings such as Rewrite which will have the ability to automatically change the tone of each user’s email to fit the desire of the one receiving the email, whether it be personal or professional. Another setting is Image Playground which allows users to take their photos to a whole new level. This will enable the user to do things such as create personal emojis out of their contact’s photos.

As AI conversational technology becomes more integrated into our daily lives, it is widely anticipated that this new AI-powered telecommunication will quickly become mainstream, which is my concern.

The Coming Antichrist System

As this new technology not only sets the stage but could lead the way into the coming Antichrist system, people will be completely and excitedly embracing it. And, once they have it, they will not want to give it up, nor will most be willing to go backward to a less controlling technology. Once smartphones transition to Intelligence phones, personal computers will be next, with Microsoft planning the Copilot Plus PC and Surface laptops.

Recall uses AI to build a photographic memory of a user’s laptop activity. This new technology will give the user the ability to do things they could not do. However, it does come at a price.

The Loss of Personal Privacy

Personal AI will take away personal privacy. More of your information will be stored and accessible on the cloud. Technology, which will be openly embraced by many, will also be a tool that someday the Antichrist will use to control the world. Remember, it took thousands of years for us to have the ability to place a call from one country to another, but it has taken less than a century for us to have AI technology on our phones. Please beware of what is being offered and of what is coming.

“And you know what restrains him now so that he will be revealed in his time. For the mystery of lawlessness is already at work; only he who now restrains will do so until he is taken out of the way. Then that lawless one will be revealed whom the Lord will slay with the breath of His mouth and bring to an end by the appearance of His coming.” (2 Thessalonians 2:6-8 NASB).

Maranatha, Lord Jesus!

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Dr. David Bowen

Dr. David Bowen serves part-time at Lamb & Lion Ministries as the Teaching Evangelist. He pastors Standing Stones Community Church in Phoenix, Arizona.


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