Cogito, ergo sum.
“I think, therefore, I am.”
– Rene Descartes
Artificial intelligence isn’t some distant phenomenon – it’s already here, flying your airplanes, reading your X-rays, and learning your Google search patterns. But the topic elicits a variety of reactions, ranging from excitement to fear. If you fall anywhere on that spectrum, join us for our next event focused on artificial intelligence framed by Christian theology:
What questions should we be asking?
How will this disrupt what we know about work?
How can this transformative technology be used for the common good?
Join Denver Institute for Faith & Work and a panel of technologists and thinkers, September 20 at Summit Church to explore the risks and redemptive potential of artificial intelligence.