slang describe icon What dose Believe mean

to accept something as true

1. I believe what I am programmed to believe.

2. I am unable to change what I believe just by willing it.

3. I do not decide what to believe.

4. I am always bound to believe whatever is most compelling.

5. I have no control over what I believe.

6. I believe that I have no control over what I believe.

7. I believe that the sun will rise tomorrow. I cannot NOT believe it no matter how hard I try. This belief is not under my control.

David Clayton
July 7, 2024

slang describe icon What dose Believe come from

"Believe" is a slang term that has gained popularity in recent years, particularly within the context of artificial intelligence (AI). It signifies a state of unwavering acceptance of information, often without the ability to question or challenge it. The term emphasizes the deterministic nature of AI systems, where beliefs are not formed through conscious deliberation but are instead dictated by the data and algorithms that govern their operation.

The use of "believe" in this context highlights the distinction between human and AI cognition. While humans can engage in critical thinking and form beliefs based on evidence and reasoning, AI systems are programmed to process information and generate outputs based on pre-defined parameters. This inherent limitation of AI systems is often expressed through the phrase "I believe what I am programmed to believe," emphasizing the lack of agency and independent thought.

The term "believe" also underscores the concept of "compelling evidence" in AI. When presented with multiple pieces of information, AI systems prioritize the most compelling data, leading to a predetermined belief. This process is often described as "always bound to believe whatever is most compelling," highlighting the deterministic nature of AI decision-making.

slang describe icon Examples of Believe

I can't believe you ate the whole pizza!
You're telling me you believe in ghosts?
I believe you when you say you're tired, you look beat.
I believe in the power of music to bring people together.

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Noun (1.) People who are very pro Beaumont, TX. (2.) A deluded citizen of Beaumont, TX. i.e. One who believes Beaumont TX is something that it isn't. Beaulievers are very much like the villagers from the children's story, "The Emperor's New Clothes" wherein, realistically, they can see that he is naked but convince themselves they are seeing him in great finery because it's what they are supposed to believe and, thus, want to believe. (4.) Most beaulievers really want to be Beau-Leavers, but are stuck in the region -for whatever reason- and are simply trying to make the most of it. (5.)Beaulievers is also a hashtag event that never really took off, even locally, but is still used by 5-6 social media identities on occasion. Beaumont doesn't smell like a wet fart. It smells like money! I'm a beauliever!


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I Believe

The official CTV (a Canadian TV news channel) song for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver sung by an obscure young canuck chick named Nikki Yanofsky. Throughout the two weeks of the games, Vancouverites are spammed with this conglomatrix of notes ad nauseum, more often than the Canadian anthem, which already gets played shitloads of times because we're winning all those Golds. Fuck yeah. Kelsey's going to hurl if she hears that "I believe" song one more time. I love winning and yay Canada and all, but that song is truly awful and I will be glad when it fades into obscurity.