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FaithTech Toronto - igniting conversations, collaborations and creations in the tech space for Jesus. Do you work in tech? Are you passionate about tech? Want to be part of a movement to leverage tech in the name of Jesus?
Our next FaithTech Toronto event is Tuesday February 11th, from 6:30pm at Nulogy.
The first gathering to bring mission workers + tech practitioners together around the topic of AI. At the summit, participants will learn about missional use of state-of-the-art AI including machine translation, computer vision, and dialog systems and will form crucial partnerships to advance the Gospel. If you believe that there are AI-sized opportunities in mission, this summit is for you! March 26-28, 2019, Bangkok, Thailand
As our central meet up becomes a monthly event, we'll be meeting at Communitech to eat together, learn together and build together. This is on the back of the weekly informal coffee shop meet ups that will be happening during Q1 of 2020.
This month we have a special guest and a special offer! Mike Rutledge is speaking about his experience in "Church as startup". And the first 25 people who book via Eventbrite will get a copy of "From the Garden to the City" by John Dyer!
Come to eat together, learn together, and build together.
Our goal is to provide an authentic community that learns and builds together at the intersection of faith and technology. You can learn from one of our experienced speakers, build projects that impact your world, and innovate with like-minded individuals.
Join us Thursday, February 13th at 6:00 p.m. for our monthly chapter meeting hosted at Moody Bible Institute. We'll hear from Nick Runyon about Church Digital Strategy and spend time discussing and building together. Snacks provided and free parking is directly north of the building in Visitor Parking Lot C. The street address of the Chapman Center building is 855 North Wells for those arriving via Uber or Lyft.
Our first event was a gathering of 35 people in a coffee shop, mixing together those in church and non-profit ministry with tech. Within our first year in Waterloo, we had hosted two more conversation nights, a TED-style Innovation Talk that drew over 160 people, and a weekend long Hackathon.
The opportunity for the church body to leverage technology to advance the Kingdom locally and globally is palpable.”
- James Kelly, FaithTech founder
Come be inspired and hear from those thinking outside the box on how to bridge the gap between our faith and technology to change the world with the Gospel.
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