- A point where a measured variable reaches unmeasurable or infinite value.
- The value or range of values of a function for which a derivative does not exist.
Other definitions for the technological singularity, speaking specifically about our inability to know exactly what will happen when technology and computer intelligence surpasses ours.
Either way, any of these three definitions reminds me distinctly of faith. Specifically that face is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things unseen.
There’s no shortage of tech sites , nor there a shortage of sites about Christianity. The goal of TheSingularity.com is to discuss the blending of the two.
About the author
My name is Mark Russell. Growing up I had two polar extremes as my influence. From the science side of things, my father was a Mathematics major from Berkeley. He was a literal rocket scientist, helping to work out the mathematics of the emergency reentry orbital patterns for the Apollo missions. My father taught me to love science and to continually question everything, even including my faith.
Strangely, he married my mom, a devout Christian from the deep south of Southern Alabama. She encouraged me to pursue spiritual growth and to encounter a relationship with Jesus Christ, the Son of God and the savior of the world.
I continue to grow in my relationship with Jesus, as well as continue to question my faith and beliefs. As new technology emerges, I believe that the world is going to change in really big ways. That’s what this site is all about, discussing what will be coming in the future.
The site is a hobby. To pay the bills I am an ISA Certified Arborist on the north side of Atlanta Georgia.
I have an awesome wife Lori, and and four wonderful kids.