Technology

Always Known but Rarely Loved: A Christian Ethical Assessment of Facial Recognition Technology

In January 2020, Kashmir Hill of The New York Times broke a story about a little-known startup company, Clearview AI, that developed a controversial facial recognition application for policing and…

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Are robot pastors really the future of the church?

Editor’s Note: Last week, BBC World News released an interesting documentary on the rise of AI and robotic technology in faith gatherings around the world. This topic has been top…

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3 crucial areas of ethical research in technology for the Digital Public Square

A new project seeking to equip the Church with wisdom for a digital age Nearly every area of our lives has been technicized or digitized in one way or another…

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Deepfakes and the Degradation of Truth

Charles Spurgeon singing! Frederick Douglass moving! Tom Cruise playing golf on TikTok! If you’ve seen any of these things online, you’ve encountered an amusing and significant new technology: deepfakes. While deepfake technology, powered…

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Why reading books you disagree with helps you grow

Amidst the constant distractions and shallowness on social media, reading a book can serve as a reprieve from the onslaught of information and as a way to challenge yourself to…

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