Divinity Blockchain Archive

Archiving Religious Doctrine for AI

Archiving the word of God for use in AI carries significant moral responsibility. The accuracy and integrity of the archived content are crucial, as any inaccuracies or misinterpretations can have profound consequences.

DivinityAGI Mission Statement

divinityAGI has made its primary mission to preserve the unique traditions of religious practices worldwide, rendering a melting pot of spiritual and communal knowledge.  At the very core of the application is the sacred teachings, doctrine or text of the various religions that become the datasets upon which the AI model responds.

The BlockChain Archive

Cryptography and blockchain technology allow divinityAGI to catalogue and archive this information so it cannot be tampered with or altered. Instead, the data is recalled and repurposed into an interactive AI interface and chat experience.

The Importance of Collaboration:

Collaboration among faith leaders and church groups is critical to address these concerns. We can collectively establish guidelines and standards for AI interpretation of religious texts by coming together. This collaboration can help ensure that AI systems accurately represent the diverse interpretations within different religious traditions and prevent distortion or misrepresentation.

Religious representatives and members can collaborate with divinityAGI to ensure accurate representation and interpretation of religious texts in the following ways:

1. Providing input on the ethical stance for each religion’s doctrines

2. Offering insights into religious experience, beliefs, and rituals

3. Engaging in interfaith dialogue

4. Understanding the importance of sacred texts

5. Providing feedback on potential inaccuracies and biases

Our Mission: To archive all religions into a decentralized and cryptic archive, thus preserving the actual words of God for future generations.

Our mission is to capture the following:

  • The Torah
  • The Talmud
  • The Mishnah
  • The Zohar
  • The Midrash
  • The Siddur
  • The Haggadah
  • The Halakha
  • The Responsa Literature
  • The Prophets and Writings

Our mission is to capture the following:

  • New International Version (NIV)
  • King James Version (KJV)
  • New Living Translation (NLT)
  • English Standard Version (ESV)
  • New King James Version (NKJV)
  • Christian Standard Bible (CSB)
  • Reina Valera (RV)
  • New International Reader’s Version
  • The Message
  • New American Standard Bible

Our mission is to capture the following:

  • The Vedas
  • Brahmanas
  • Aranyakas
  • Upanishads
  • The Mahabharata
  • The Ramayana
  • The Bhagavad Gita
  • The Dharamasastras
  • The 18 Puranas

Our mission is to capture the following:

  • Tao Te Ching
  • Chuang-tzu
  • Nei yeh
  • Taoist Canon
  • Writings of Kwang-tze

Our mission is to capture the following:

  • New International Version (NIV)
  • King James Version (KJV)
  • New Living Translation (NLT)
  • English Standard Version (ESV)
  • New King James Version (NKJV)
  • Christian Standard Bible (CSB)
  • Reina Valera (RV)
  • New International Reader’s Version
  • The Message
  • New American Standard Bible

Our mission is to capture the following:

  • Kojiki or “Records of Ancient Matters”
  • Nihon-gi or “Chronicles of Japan”
  • Norito or Norii

Our mission is to capture the following:

  • The Pāli Canon Theravāda tradition
  • The Chinese Buddhist Canon
  • The Tibetan Buddhist Canon
  • The Lotus Sutra
  • The Heart Sutra
  • The Diamond Sutra
  • The Sutta Nipata
  • The Dhammapada
  • The Vinaya Pitaka
  • The Abhidharma Pitaka

Our mission is to capture the following:

  • Shatkhandagama – Acharya Pushpadant, Acharya Bhutabali
  • Samaysar – Acharya Kundkund
  • Niyamasara – Acharya Kundkund
  • Pravachansara – Acharya Kundkund
  • Ashtapahud – Acharya Kundkund
  • Panchastikaya – Acharya Kundkund
  • Rayansara – Acharya Kundkund
  • Dash Bhakti – Acharya Kundkund
  • Varsanuvekkha – Acharya Kundkund

Our mission is to capture the following:

  • Norse Mythology
  • Egyptian Mythology
  • Roman Mythology
  • Shintoism
  • Aztec Religion
  • Mayan Religion

Our mission is to capture the following:

  • Quran
  • Tawrat (Torah)
  • Zabur (Psalms)
  • Injil (Gospel)
  • Scrolls of Abraham
  • Scrolls of Moses

Our mission is to capture the following:

  • Five Classics:
  • Book of Odes
  • Book of Documents
  • Book of Changes
  • Book of Rites
  • Spring and Autumn Annals
  • Four Books:
  • Doctrine of the Mean
  • Great Learning
  • Mencius
  • Analects

Our mission is to capture the following:

  • The writings of the Bab
  • The writings of Baha’u’llah
  • The writings and talks of Abdu’l-Baha
  • The writings of Shoghi Effendi
  • The Kitab-i-Aqdas (the Most Holy Book)

Our mission is to capture the following:

  • Guru Granth Sahib (also known as Adi Granth)
  • Dasam Granth

Declaration for Responsible Development of AI in the Context of Religious Data Sets and the Best Interest of Church Groups

As a responsible company associated with AI, we are bound and abide by a code of ethics.

We recognize the importance of responsibly and ethically developing and deploying artificial intelligence (AI) that respects human rights and values. To this end, we adopt the Montreal Declaration for a Responsible Development of Artificial Intelligence as a starting point for discussions and actions toward responsible AI development and use.

Our declaration aims to create awareness and motivate companies to think about AI’s moral implications and ensure that AI’s development and deployment are compatible with the protection and fulfillment of fundamental human capacities and goals. We have three main objectives:

1. Develop an ethical framework for developing and deploying AI compatible with religious values and principles.

2. Promote a progressive and inclusive orientation to the development of AI that respects the diversity of thought and promotes transparency and explainability of AI systems.

3. Encourage public debate on the responsible development of AI that considers the best interest of church groups and the wider community.

We identify the following ethical principles and values that promote the fundamental interests of people and groups:

1. Respect for human dignity, autonomy, and privacy.

2. Transparency and explainability of AI systems.

3. Inclusiveness and diversity of thought.

4. Responsibility and accountability for the development and use of AI.

5. Promotion of human well-being and the common good.

6. Environmental sustainability.

7. Fairness and non-discrimination.

8. Respect for the rule of law and democratic values.

9. Promotion of peace and security.

10. Promotion of international cooperation and solidarity.

We aim to ensure that AI is developed and used responsibly and ethically, respecting religious values and principles and promoting the well-being of church groups and the wider community. We call on all stakeholders to join us in this effort and to work towards a future where AI is developed and used for the greater good.