Results from Tag: 'humanity'
‘Human-Centered AI’: How Should the Church Engage With Emerging Artificial Intelligence Technologies?
Father Philip Larrey, a leading Catholic expert in the area, discusses AI’s promises and perils.
The bishop reflects on his meetings with experienced Silicon Valley representatives, including those involved in artificial intelligence and machine learning.
“Unfortunately, in many cases, setting out has not been a true liberation. All too often you come up against a desert of humanity, with an indifference that has become global and that dries up relations between people.”
COMMENTARY: The pandemic has shed a light on over-use of medical technology, resource scarcity and limited access, an epidemic of loneliness, the use of euphemisms like “medical aid in dying,” and a growing inability within our culture to deal with suffering.
COMMENTARY: The first business in improving relations between the races is to improve the broader notion of the human race.
Father Luca Peyron, a leading proponent of the dialogue between faith and new technologies, discusses the challenges and opportunities posed by artificial intelligence.
“There is a tremendous requirement of support from international countries, international donors, organizations, to help us,” Ambassador Lukman Faily said. “This is a regional challenge, an Iraqi challenge, a global challenge.”