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Ai and Faith: Reflections on 2018 and a Look Ahead to 2019

Ai and Faith: Reflections on 2018 and a Look Ahead to 2019

AI and Faith: Looking Back on 2018 Change is in the wind for Big Tech in 2019 after significant societal concerns in 2018 reversed the flow of disruption back on to the Disruptors.  While significant advances continued in data capture, predictive analytics, deep...

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Takeaways from the BibleTech 2019 Conference in Seattle

Takeaways from the BibleTech 2019 Conference in Seattle

Takeaways from the BibleTech 2019 Conference in Seattle The largest maker of Bible interpretive and study software in the country, Faithlife, hosts an annual conference in Seattle called BibleTech.  Faithlife employs dozens of Biblical scholars and technology...

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“Choice” and AI

“Choice” and AI

A number of recent books and articles have highlighted to me how important the concept of “choice” is in our consideration of the opportunities and risks posed by AI-powered applications and technologies. For starters, there is the foundational question of whether we...

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The Morality (and Meaning) of Jobs

The Morality (and Meaning) of Jobs

The intersection of two recent NY Times articles got my attention. One was entitled “Wealthy, Successful and Miserable.” Written by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Charles Duhigg for the NY Times Magazine, it describes his shock at discovering that, 15 years out,...

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AI and Job Loss (Kai-Fu Lee Echoes the Wisdom of Jesus)

AI and Job Loss (Kai-Fu Lee Echoes the Wisdom of Jesus)

There is growing concern about an AI-driven future in which there aren’t enough jobs to go around. Not just a shortage of good jobs, mind you, but a shortage of jobs, period. A swelling chorus of economists and other experts foresee a future in which highly-skilled,...

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Book Review: The Social Media Peril — Part III

Book Review: The Social Media Peril — Part III

Zucked: Waking Up to the Facebook Catastrophe, by Roger McNamee Zucked is Roger McNamee’s narrative of a good romance gone bad — except that the behaviors that led to the relationship breakup happen to be global, not personal. McNamee is a long-time, prominent member...

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