Workshop on February 26-28, 2020 at the Vatican in Rome during the Assembly of the Pontifical Academy for Life. There are two events planned for the week: the Artificial Intelligence Workshop . . .
News article by By Martha Simmons. Published in The Alabama Baptist. Excerpt: Some 70 years ago, the question that kept computer pioneer Alan Turing up at night was, “Can machines . . .
Press Release from Vatican City. The Rome Call for AI Ethics, promoted by the Pontifical Academy for Life, will be released in Rome on 28 February. The document calls for . . .
Conference on January 30, 2020 in New York City, NY. Organized by Union Theological Seminary in conjunction with the Jewish Theological Seminary of America (JTS), the Riverside Church and the . . .
Peer-reviewed article by Charlene Tan. Published in Connection Science. Abstract: This paper explores the prospect of artificial intelligence (AI) supplementing or supplanting the human teacher in spiritual education using the . . .
Peer-reviewed article by Pak-Hang Wong. Published in Philosophies. Abstract: Robots and other smart machines are increasingly interwoven into the social fabric of our society, with the area and scope of . . .
News article by Hope Evans. Published in SPU Stories – Seattle Pacific University. Universities are sometimes criticized for constructing ivory towers where academics engage in esoteric discourses with one another, . . .
News article by Charles C. Camosy. Published in Crux. Excerpt: Brian Patrick Green is the director of technology ethics at the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics. His work is focused on . . .
Article by Marius Dorobantu. Published in ESSSAT News & Reviews. Abstract: This review article briefly considers the history of AI and the most relevant milestones, and assesses the current state . . .