Apr 1, 2022
The increasing role and power of artificial intelligence in our lives and world requires us to imagine and shape a desirable future with this technology. Since visions of AI often draw from Christian apocalyptic narratives, current discussions about technological hopes and fears present an opportunity for a deeper engagement with Christian eschatological resources.
For the Spring Quarter Weter Lecture, Michael Paulus, dean of the library and assistant provost for educational technology, argues that the Christian apocalyptic imagination can transform how we think about and use AI, helping us discover ways artificial agency may participate in new creation.
Tuesday, April 12, 7 p.m. in Upper Gwinn Commons or via livestream.