Three New National Founding Members for AI and Faith

Three New National Founding Members for AI and Faith

We are pleased to welcome our newest distinguished Founding Members who are all working across disciplines: Thomas Arnold is a Research Associate at the Human-Robot Interaction Lab at Tufts University and also a lecturer in the Computer Science Department there.  His...
AI and Faith Announces Five New Founding Members

AI and Faith Announces Five New Founding Members

We are pleased to announce and welcome our newest Founding Members: Muhammad Aurangzeb Ahmad is an Affiliate Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Systems at the University of Washington – Tacoma following academic appointments at the University of Minnesota and...
AI and Ethics Courses Launched by Founding Members

AI and Ethics Courses Launched by Founding Members

Seattle University’s Law Professor Mark Chinen, Senior Instructor in Management Nathan Colaner, and Adjunct Professor and Senior Google Director Tracy Kosa cooperated this summer in the design and teaching of a summer course for business leaders on AI and Ethics. The...
AI and Faith Announces its Six Latest Founding Members

AI and Faith Announces its Six Latest Founding Members

We are pleased to announce and welcome our newest Founding Members: Mark Chinen, Professor of Law at the Seattle University School of Law, and a Fellow of the Fred T. Korematsu Center for Law and Equality, teaches contracts and courses in international law and writes...
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