Interview: The Profile with Premier Christian Radio

‘I’m less worried about lethal autonomous weapons. What’s most scary are intelligent computers which can simulate compassion.’

To mark the arrival of my podcast Matters of Life and Death on the Premier network, I was interviewed by Megan Cornwell for their radio station and magazine, to share some reflections on my career so far, both as a doctor and an ethicist, and consider how my Christian faith has informed my work.

Listen below:

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