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AI, Religion, & Humanity: How Might (or Should?) We Shape the Future?

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AI, Religion, & Humanity: How Might (or Should?) We Shape the Future?

April 28, 2022
The Veritas Forum
The Veritas Forum

This program was recorded at a Veritas Forum event on Northwestern University in 2022. The original title was "AI, Religion, & Humanity: How Might (or Should?) We Shape the Future?" and featured Rosalind Picard, Director of Affective Computing Research, Sylvester Johnson, Professor and Director of the Center for Humanities, and Robert Geraci, Professor. If you enjoyed this episode, please rate, review, and subscribe. And, if you’re interested in more content from Veritas, check out our Beyond the Forum podcast. Visit veritas.org to learn more about the mission of the Veritas Forum and find more resources to explore the ideas that shape our lives.

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