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The Future of Work Is Here. What do we do now?

The Future of Work Is Here. What do we do now?

The Washington Workforce Board published its Future of Work report in December 2019, just as COVID-19 was spreading into the United States.  I served as Co-Manager of the Future of Work Project.  Little did we know that the Pandemic would throw the future of work...

AI Can Help Christians Make Better Disciples

AI Can Help Christians Make Better Disciples

This article is a thought piece about how artificial intelligence technology (and tech in general) can help Christians fulfill Jesus’ great commission to make disciples from all backgrounds of peoples. AI technologies that can help us be better people have been...

AI&F 3.0 Launches: New Ways to Engage with Us!

AI&F 3.0 Launches: New Ways to Engage with Us!

For three years we have been gathering an unparalleled international community of multidisciplinary cross-faith experts on faith perspectives on AI.  For two years, we’ve been publishing such perspectives in our Newsletter and adding sophisticated voices to...

Review of Kate Crawford’s Atlas of AI

Review of Kate Crawford’s Atlas of AI

Among both those who are giddiest and those who are most terrified about technological change, there’s this phrase that gets thrown around a lot: technological singularity. The singularity, they say, is a point in the future—perhaps the near future?—when global...

What Can Bioethics Teach AI Ethics?

What Can Bioethics Teach AI Ethics?

In this article, I speculate that the nascent field of AI ethics might have a thing or two to learn from its older sibling, bioethics, and that field’s successes in establishing ethical reflection into the culture and practices of the medical profession. In four...

AI and Faith Featured in NY Times Article

AI and Faith Featured in NY Times Article

Friday, July 16, 2021. AI and Faith was prominently featured in a New York Times article titled Can Silicon Valley Find God? by Linda Kinstler. Linda interviewed a number of our Founding Member experts and related partners, over a half dozen of whom appear in the...

Truth in a Digital Media Ecosystem

Truth in a Digital Media Ecosystem

Over the last few years, it’s become increasingly common to encounter the claim that we live in a post-truth society. The claim implies not only that lies and falsehoods are widely believed, but that we have, as a society, grown indifferent to the truth. While...

A Field Guide for Truth and Lies

A Field Guide for Truth and Lies

We prize knowledge but everybody lies.  So says Psalm 12:2 in the Hebrew Bible.  Current neuroscience research and data analytics agree. Paradoxically, we live today with more knowledge and more falsehoods more closely intertwined than ever before.  Thanks to...

Synthetic Media: what is it and why does it matter?

Synthetic Media: what is it and why does it matter?

Most people have never heard of synthetic media and those who have mostly know very little about it. When asked, ‘have you interacted with synthetic media?’ most people will say ‘no’ or ‘I don’t think so’. If this is true, then why should everyday people care about...

Why Tech Matters for the Epic Stories of Life

Why Tech Matters for the Epic Stories of Life

After we’ve sheltered ourselves from the elements and replenished our bodies’ demands for food and drink, out come the stories.  It has been ever thus – whether the story was about the bison hunt, the troubadour’s tale, or the outrageous thing you saw on Facebook...

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