There is a claim circulating online that the World Economic Forum (WEF) has called for artificial intelligence (AI) to write a new Bible and create new religions. This claim is based on a May 19 interview with Israeli futurist author Yuval Noah Harari, in which he discussed the potential for AI to create new ideas and even a new Bible. However, there is no evidence that the WEF has endorsed the use of AI to write a new Bible or create new religions. In fact, Harari has not endorsed such a use of AI.
It is true that some researchers have used AI for Bible interpretation, such as using image analysis to determine when the first books of the Old Testament were written. However, this does not mean that AI has written or will write the Bible. The Bible is a collection of religious texts that are believed by many to be divinely inspired, and there is no evidence to suggest that AI has the ability to create such texts. It is important to be cautious of false claims and to seek out accurate information when researching a topic.