Conference 5 – Being Human: AI, transhumanism and SETI

Presentations from conferences from the Christian leadership in an age of science project.

Being Human in a Cosmic Setting – Canon Professor David Wilkinson (Lecture) (1hr15)
Being Human in a Cosmic Setting – Canon Professor David Wilkinson (Lecture) (1hr15)
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Being Human in a Cosmic Setting – Canon Professor David Wilkinson (Lecture) (1hr15)

David Wilkinson explores theologically what it means to be human against a backdrop of cosmology and the search for extraterrestrial life.

Being Human in a Digital World – Andrew Graystone (Lecture) (1hr)
Being Human in a Digital World – Andrew Graystone (Lecture) (1hr)
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Being Human in a Digital World – Andrew Graystone (Lecture) (1hr)

Andrew Graystone explores the impact that digital culture has on notions of ‘love’ and how digital culture is affecting both the church and society more broadly.

Being Human in a Technological Setting – Professor John Wyatt (Lecture) (1hr 31mins)
Being Human in a Technological Setting – Professor John Wyatt (Lecture) (1hr 31mins)
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Being Human in a Technological Setting – Professor John Wyatt (Lecture) (1hr 31mins)

John Wyatt talks about why AI and robotics should be at the top of the Christian public theological and ethical agenda.

The Image of God: What it means to be human – Canon Professor David Wilkinson (Lecture) (39:39)
The Image of God: What it means to be human – Canon Professor David Wilkinson (Lecture) (39:39)
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The Image of God: What it means to be human – Canon Professor David Wilkinson (Lecture) (39:39)

David Wilkinson explores theologically what it means to be human against a backdrop of technology, AI and transhumanism.

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