<<false, fake>>

Something not genuine or truthful. It is pretending to be something when in reality it is only a hollow sham, such as “These people…honour me with their lips, but their heart is far from me…” (Isa 29:13). Anything artificial is intended to portray an inaccurate impression, trying to make something of a cheaper inferior value into what is more prized or valuable. Jesus referred to the religious leaders as

Am I a ‘real’ Christian or an imitation?

hypocrites for they only had a veneer or skin-deep outward superficial image, which was a false impression, as they had no genuine depth of heart relationship. Everything that is dishonest or gives a false impression should be addressed in our lives (Eph 4:25; Col 3:9).

Artificial intelligence (AI) is the ability of a computer or a robot controlled by a computer to do tasks that are usually done by humans. While computers are capable of doing certain tasks in less time than humans can, for AI to be as smart or smarter than people a single program would need to excel in every facet of human capability and creativity.

See also: deception, false, genuine, hypocrite, image, imitate, insincerity, technology.