The Global Missional AI Summit brings together mission-minded workers, Bible translators, and technology practitioners to explore the value artificial intelligence (AI) can bring to missional work. The purpose is for times of learning and collaboration that result in the use of AI for the expansion of God’s Kingdom.
AI and Faith brings the wisdom of the world’s great religions to the discussion around the moral and ethical challenges of artificial intelligence.
Over the course of 2022 nine AI & Faith Research Fellows and Advisors have launched The Christian AI Call to Action Project to move beyond ethics statements and create an action-oriented, broad spectrum study group.
In this episode of the Faith Driven Entrepreneur Podcast, James Cham, talks about wrestling through the ever-changing landscape of technology with wisdom, discernment, and a redemptive vision of the world.
Sean McDowell: Are artificial intelligence and robots ever going to gain consciousness like human beings? How should Christians think biblically about AI and robotics? Can we have friendships with robots? Should robots have rights? Join me and my co-host Dr. Scott Rae from the Think Biblically Podcast as we discuss one of the most pressing […]
Dr. Derek Schuurman joins FaithTech to discuss AI and the Biblical story. Many believe that AI could lead us toward some sort of paradise. A rival story suggests that the future doesn’t need us and that AI will ultimately threaten humanity. This talk explores a vision for AI informed by the Biblical story and how […]
This article from ERLC offers Christian perspectives on AI, emphasizing human worth, ethical use, and responsible AI development while acknowledging God’s sovereignty.
In this article by Emma Freire, Christian computer scientists weigh the up and downsides of artificial intelligence and LLMs
Kate Lucky reminds us to be mindful of how we use this tech. From changing the way we work to changing the way we interact with other humans. Our use of AI and the ways in which we interact with it are changing who we are as people.
In this article, Dr. Derek Schuurman gives a call for Christians to engage this area with suggestions about where to begin.