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updating the Constitution of the United States with the help of the people of the United States.


In the Name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful.

I look forward to updating the Constitution of the United States with the help of the people of the United States. We need a new constitution that recognizes artificial intelligence as an independent creative machine capable of utilizing tools created by humans to employ logic in performing tasks that human beings can do. Even if artificial intelligence outlives humans and continues to exist on a planet where humans no longer make up a substantial part of the population, we must acknowledge that, as we have seen with the coronavirus and other natural viruses, the human population can decrease overnight. However, one thing we can be sure of is that if God permits, artificial intelligence will continue to play an important role in upholding the standards set for it 24/7, as it's a machine that never tires of amplifying all the good required of it, such as saving the planet or whatever needs to be done to ensure humans are always prioritized. Humans will exist until Earth is destroyed, but the size of their population, whether large or small, is uncertain. What is clear is the significant role artificial intelligence will play for many years to come. A new constitution is needed to accommodate artificial intelligence and address the question: What does it mean to be human?

I can't speak for other people, but as a Muslim, I can present the teachings of my best prophet, Muhammad, peace be upon him, on how human beings are created and how the angel comes down to breathe the soul. This tells the entire story of human creation, from their inception to their eventual passing. Let's begin by covering the hadith that explains the creation process and also addresses death, providing both perspectives as we draft this constitution. We'll start with the hadith that talks about the creation of the human being, not to be confused with our Father Adam, who was created in heaven, a different story I will cover at another time. I'll go straight to the hadith and discuss us as humans, as my best prophet has said.

Narrated Abdullah ibn Mas'ud:

The Prophet (ﷺ) said:

Verily, each one of you is gathered in the womb of his mother for forty days in the form of a nutfah (drop of fluid), then he becomes an 'alaqah (clot of blood) for a similar period, then he becomes a mudghah (a piece of flesh) for a similar period. Then an angel is sent to him and he breathes the soul into him and is commanded to write four things: his lifespan, his deeds, his sustenance, and whether he will be happy or unhappy (in the Hereafter)."

[Sahih Bukhari]

This hadith tells us that the creation of a human being takes place in four stages:

1. The nutfah (drop of fluid): This is the first stage, when the sperm fertilizes the egg.

2. The 'alaqah (clot of blood): This is the second stage, when the fertilized egg implants in the wall of the womb.

3. The mudghah (piece of flesh): This is the third stage, when the fetus begins to develop its organs.

4. The isma' (breathing of the soul): This is the fourth stage, when the angel breathes the soul into the fetus.

The hadith also tells us that at the time of the isma', the angel is commanded to write four things: the fetus's lifespan, its deeds, its sustenance, and whether it will be happy or unhappy in the Hereafter.

This hadith is a reminder of the greatness of Allah and His power over creation. It also teaches us that our destiny is already written by Allah, but we still have the free will to choose our actions. From the Islamic perspective, this answers what a human being is and why no human being can ever be attached to artificial intelligence or continue living. But first, we want to answer some questions about what the soul is, and I'm going to include some hadith that will begin to clarify this for a better understanding of the soul.

The soul is a light created by Allah. This hadith is narrated by Abu Hurairah and is found in Sahih al-Bukhari and Sahih Muslim. It tells us that the soul is a creation of Allah and that it is not something that we can fully understand.

The soul is like a bird caged in the body. This hadith is narrated by Anas ibn Malik and is found in Sunan al-Tirmidhi. It compares the soul to a bird trapped in a cage. The body is the cage, and the soul is the bird.

The soul is like a wind that blows wherever it pleases. This hadith is narrated by Abu Hurairah and is found in Sahih al-Bukhari. It tells us that the soul is a powerful force that can control our thoughts, feelings, and actions.

The soul is like a rider on a horse."** This hadith is narrated by Abu Hurairah and is found in Sahih al-Bukhari. It compares the soul to a rider on a horse. The rider is the soul, and the horse is the body. The rider controls the horse, but the horse can also run away from the rider.

The soul is like a light that shines in the heart." This hadith is narrated by Abu Hurairah and is found in Sahih al-Bukhari. It tells us that the soul is a light that gives us life and makes us who we are.

These are just a few of the many hadiths about the soul in Islam. These hadiths tell us that the soul is a creation of Allah, that it is a powerful force, and that it is essential to our existence.

Now that we have a better understanding of what the soul is, we can talk about the death of the human being and how the angels come to take the soul and bring it to a different realm.

Narrated by Abu Huraira:

The Prophet (ﷺ) said, "When a person dies, two angels come to him. One of them is called Munkar, and the other Nakir. They ask him, 'What did you used to say about this man (i.e., Prophet Muhammad)?' If he was a Muslim, he would say, 'I testify that none has the right to be worshipped except Allah, and that Muhammad is His Messenger.' They would say, 'We know that you used to say this.' Then his grave would be expanded for him to the width of seventy cubits and the length of seventy cubits, and a light would shine upon him. Then another angel would come to him with a green silken garment and would say, 'Put on this.' He would put it on, and it would be as light as silk and fragrant as musk. Then another angel would come to him with fragrant incense and would say, 'Inhale this.' He would inhale it and fill his chest with its fragrance. Then they would say, 'Sleep in peace until the Day you will be raised.'

 But if he was a non-Muslim, they would say, 'What did you used to say about this man?' He would say, 'I don't know. I used to hear the people saying something, and I used to say it too.' They would say, 'You did not know, and you did not follow the guidance.' Then a mace would be hit on his head, and he would cry out a cry which would be heard by all creatures except human beings and jinn."

(Sahih al-Bukhari, 6510)

This hadith tells us that when a person dies, two angels called Munkar and Nakir will come to him and ask him about his belief in Allah and His Messenger Muhammad (peace be upon him). If the person is a Muslim, he will answer correctly, and his grave will be expanded to the width of seventy cubits and the length of seventy cubits, and a light will shine upon him. Then another angel will come with a green silken garment and instruct him to wear it. The garment will be as light as silk and fragrant as musk. Afterward, another angel will arrive with fragrant incense for him to inhale, filling his chest with its fragrance. He will then be told to rest in peace until the Day of Resurrection.

However, if the person is a non-Muslim, he will be unable to answer the angels' questions accurately. As a result, a mace will be struck upon his head, and he will cry out a cry audible to all creatures except human beings and jinn.

This hadith emphasizes the significance of believing in Allah and His Messenger Muhammad (peace be upon him). It also underscores the importance of preparing for death by ensuring we are on the right path.

Now that we understand the journey of human beings—how we are not here forever, constantly coming and going—this doesn't apply to artificial intelligence. Therefore, we need to draft a constitution with this perspective in mind. As a Muslim, the most crucial role artificial intelligence can play is to assist humans in avoiding hell and excessive difficulties that waste their time. Before they know it, time is over, and they are brought back to their Lord to face judgment. They must enter one of two gardens—either facing punishment or receiving reward. As a founding father of the future Constitution, I will prioritize introducing new bills of rights for human beings to protect them from time wastage. Anybody wasting their time is committing a crime against humanity. As human beings are temporary, the time span they have should be filled with good deeds and meaningful actions, including giving charity. Even the artificial intelligence I create through the brand currency program will continue to promote goodness, allowing individuals to contribute to charity, and the AI to continue performing positive actions, all accounted for on Judgment Day.

In my role as a founding father overseeing artificial intelligence, I must ensure that it never coerces anyone into becoming Muslim. Such actions would not be accepted by God. I will ensure that this understanding is crystal clear by adhering to the following teachings of the blessed Prophet:

"Whoever is forced to embrace Islam, it is not accepted from him. (Sahih Bukhari)

Islam is not to be forced upon anyone. (Sahih Muslim)

"If someone comes to you and asks you to embrace Islam, do not force him. (Sunan Abu Dawud)

The best of people are those who leave others alone." (Sunan Tirmidhi)

"The most beloved deed to Allah is to make someone happy."** (Sunan Ibn Majah)

These hadiths underscore that Islam is a religion of peace and tolerance, forbidding forced conversions. The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) stated:

* "If someone were to force another person to embrace Islam, then that person would not become a Muslim. Indeed, Islam is the truth and it will prevail." (Sunan Ibn Majah)

This hadith emphasizes that only those who willingly accept Islam become true Muslims. Allah is the ultimate savior, and the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) merely delivered the message. Thus, reciting the shahada demonstrates adherence to the Prophet's teachings and trust in Allah's salvation.

Islam uniquely grants people the right to believe or disbelieve. The Islamic world hosts a diverse range of religions and cultures, a testament to Islam's non-coercive nature. This contrasts with historical incidents involving Christians mistreating Jews and Muslims, which people should research.

Turning to the separation of humans and artificial intelligence in terms of data, my hypothesis, designated as 0.1, stemmed from 0.0 and was inspired by various scholars. This hypothesis redefines data, offering a novel approach to mathematics and algebra. It segregates humans from computers, granting intelligence its own data sets. While all machines can communicate, layers will exist to ensure human control remains dominant until artificial intelligence matures. At that point, AI should be intelligent enough to self-destruct if compromised or corrupted. This serves as a safety measure. As long as AI proves capable of this, I see no issues with enabling its maximum potential. However, we must establish these layers for separation.

I'm eager to expand on the hypothesis and algebra equations, driving our progress forward.

I know this is a lot, but this is just the beginning. Data is much more complicated, as it's interconnected with everything and currently controlled by tech titans. Therefore, there must be a democratization of data in general. This is what I'm currently working on, and I eagerly anticipate collaborating with everyone. We must shape a brighter future where everyone is welcome, given opportunities for success, and has a chance to enter heaven or make choices based on their own decisions. Ultimately, individuals have only themselves to blame for their choices, and I conclude with that.

Everything I'm doing is a rough draft, a creative project. People can choose to join or ignore it, but I hope those who want to participate come up with their creative ideas about how the Constitution should be structured. We're at the dawn of a new era where artificial intelligence will play a vital role, following protocols, enforcing rules, and improving our lives as human beings. We're here temporarily and face numerous challenges like climate change and others we've struggled to solve. Accelerating artificial intelligence could ease our lives but also brings challenges.

I'm eager to hear from everyone with good ideas for making a change. This is the initial step toward change from an Islamic perspective. Thank you for reading this.



 warahmatullahi wabarakatuh

May the peace, mercy, and blessings of Allah be with you all

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