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May 5th Panel Discussion: The Ethics of Intelligent Technology

Wednesday, May 5, 2021
5:00 pm


THE ETHICS OF INTELLIGENT TECHNOLOGY: BUDDHIST, CHRISTIAN & DAOIST PERSPECTIVES

Does comparative ethics have anything to say about the emergence and prevalence of intelligent technology and artificial intelligence? Will a turn to non-traditional philosophies help engender "a more equitable and diversity-enhancing human-technology-world relationship"? Join us for a fascinating discussion of technology and ethics from a cross-cultural perspective.

Please use the following link to register: https://bit.ly/3nvQ69N

For more information, please contact Jeffrey.Dippmann@cwu.edu or philo@cwu.edu.
 

Featuring panelists:

Peter Hershock, Ph.D.

East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii

Initiative for Humane AI

Director Asian Studies Development Program

Author, Buddhism and Intelligent Technology: Toward a More Humane Future

 

Nathan Colaner, Ph.D.

Seattle University: Managing Director, Initiative in Ethics and Transformative Technologies

Program Director Business Analytics & Senior Instructor, Management and Philosophy

 

Jeffrey Dippmann,  Ph.D.

Central Washington University: Professor & Chair, Department of Philosophy & Religious Studies

Director Asian Studies Program

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