That isn't what he said at all. He said that in the near future "actually correct" religions may be following bibles made by AI as opposed to previous religions who claim their bibles were written by higher intelligences. He insists these previous bibles were made by men. The one claiming this is endorsed by the WEF and listed on its website, but it wasn't the WEF or one of its leaders making this statement. The claim that the Christian Bible should be rewritten was never made. However, the subtext of what he said is that AI can make a factually true bible, meaning the holy book of a religion, and that every bible, again the holy books of religions, made beforehand is false, including the Christian Bible, and he believes God doesn't exist but AI could fill the position of God. If anything, the WEF will try to prop up artificial religions created from AI written bibles using models provided by the WEF and its allies to fuel a new New Age Movement and cause civil unrest.