Here is a Brief Explanation of Man’s Creation
In deep learning, Adam is a stochastic gradient descent Optimization algorithm. D. Kingma and J. Ba introduced it in 2015 in their paper “Adam: A Method for Stochastic Optimization.”
Adam stands for Adaptive Moment Estimation, and it Combines two techniques: Adaptive learning rates and momentum. The algorithm maintains an Exponentially Decaying average of past Gradients and squared Gradients. On the basis of these Gradients, we calculate the angles for each Parameter’s Adaptive learning rate. For each Parameter, the learning rate is based on the slope and Variance of the historical gradients. The momentum component allows the Algorithm to keep track of past angles and update parameters. Islamic Personality
The Making of Man starts with Clay
Islamic tradition says Allah created the Prophet Adam (AS) from clay. The Quran says in Surah Al-Hijr (15:26-27):
“And we created man out of clay from altered black mud. Our fire scorched the jinn.”
The clay Adam used came from all over the world. Islamic scholars propose other theories about the exact location of this clay. Most agree that Allah made it for Adam. Creating Adam from clay was miraculous, demonstrating Allah’s power and ability to create anything He wills. The clay object symbolizes humility.
Ibn Masud and other companions of the Prophet reported that Allah the Almighty sent Gabriel onto the Earth to get clay from that place. The world said: “I seek refuge in Allah from you decreasing my quantity or disfiguring me.” Gabriel returned with nothing to take. And he said: “My Lord, the land sought refuge in You; I received the grant.”
For the same purpose, Allah sent Michael, and the land requested refuge from Allah. Having heard Gabriel’s words, he returned to Allah. Allah sent the Angel of Death, and the land sought refuge in Allah. “I seek refuge in Allah from returning without carrying out His command,” said the angel. To mix clay, he took it from the face of the Earth. There was no single place where he took the clay from. He took clay from different locations (including white, red, and black clay).
As it ascended, Allah (Allah) soaked the clay in His blood. As Allah said: “Truly, I will form a man from clay after I breathe his soul into him. He will make you prostrate. Quran Ayah 38:71-72
Adam’s Fear from the Angels
Islamic tradition says Allah created the Prophet Adam (AS) from clay. She commanded the angels to bow down to Adam respectfully. Their habit of worshipping and serving Allah alone surprised them at this command. Out of submission and obedience, they obeyed Allah’s orders.
Adam’s potential was the reason angels were afraid of him, not Adam himself. In creation, Allah granted Adam knowledge and free will and made him his vicegerent on earth. This meant that he had the potential to bring great justice or terrible evil. The angels feared Adam’s actions might lead to chaos and destruction.
In Islam, the story of the angels’ fear of Adam serves as a reminder of the importance of humility and submission to Allah. Aside from that, it highlights the potential for humans to do good and evil. Quran Ayah 55:14
God’s Spirit Breathing
Islamic tradition says Allah created the Prophet Adam (AS) from clay; he breathed His spirit into Adam, giving him life and making him the first human being. The Quran says in Surah As-Sajdah (32:9):
“Then He proportioned and breathed into him from His [created] soul and made for your sight, hearing, and heart; little are you grateful.” Read more
The divine spirit breathed into Adam for the first time. Adam is the highest ranked and most honored creation of Allah.
Bringing Allah’s spirit into Adam illustrates Allah’s relationship with His creation, as well. Islam sees Allah as the ultimate source of all life, and He breathes life into all creation. Adam’s baptism in Allah’s spirit underscores the importance of the spiritual dimension of mankind. There is a belief that this dimension is a reflection of the spirit of Allah. Quran Ayah 21:37