Talk: Being human in a technological setting

I am convinced robotics and AI must be part of the theological agenda for church leaders

I have been privileged to take part in a project called Christian Leadership in an Age of Science, funded by the Templeton Foundation, at the University of Durham.

In December 2017 I gave a lecture at Durham University to a group of Christian leaders and thinkers as part of this project, speaking about why I am convinced that robotics and artificial intelligence should be a crucial part of the theological and ethical agenda for church leaders.  You can watch it below:

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