Dr. Braden Molhoek and Dr. Ted Peters will equip pastors and lay leaders with an overview of ethical questions being raised by rapidly emerging AI technologies in all aspects of society.
The buzz about AI has been dizzying, hasn’t it? This seminar will help provide handles, particularly for pastors, campus ministers and lay leaders, for how to think Christianly about these emerging technologies and associated ethical challenges. What are the prospects, for better or worse, of AI, and what are some of the implications for the Church’s life and mission? Braden Molhoek & Ted Peters will give a presentation followed by engagement with a panel of faith leaders and audience Q&A.
Registration: General $35/ Reduced $15/ Student Free. There is free, available parking. Light refreshments provided. For more details on registration, please use this link.
Location: Palo Alto Christian Reformed Church, 94306
Braden Molhoek is the director of the Center for Theology & the Natural Sciences (CTNS) and the Ian G. Barbour Assistant Professor of Theology, Science, Ethics and Technology. CTNS is an affiliated center at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, CA.
Ted Peters teaches for CTNS and is Emeritus Professor of Systematic Theology and Ethics at Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary and the Graduate Theological Union. He writes for Christian theology, Public Theology on the interaction of science and religion, bioethics, and space ethics.
This seminar is being co-sponsored with the American Scientific Affiliation, AI & Faith, Center for Theology & the Natural Sciences, InterVarsity Graduate & Faculty Ministries, Evangelicals 4 Justice, and graciously hosted at Palo Alto Christian Reformed Church.