Steven Croft reviews a series of essays on artificial intelligence and the Christian faith, as seen in Church Times.
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The ethical questions surrounding the use of AI and data are manifold and large. Sooner or later they all lead back to the question “what does it mean to be a fully human person in a flourishing society in the 21st Century…”
My top eight issues in AI and the deep theological questions they raise…
I’ve been exploring Artificial Intelligence for some time now. In June I was appointed to sit on a new House of Lords Select Committee on AI as part of my work in the House of Lords.
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The Bishop of Oxford, the Rt Revd Steven Croft, spoke in a debate in the House of Lords this afternoon about protecting and representing the interests of future generations in policy making. Bishop Steven spoke on climate chaos, the rise of artificial intelligence and the impact of both on young people’s mental health. Join Bishop […]
There is a refrain which runs through Luke’s story of the birth of Jesus: “Do not be afraid!” How we need to hear it.