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The robot will see you now : artificial intelligence and the Christian faith / edited by John Wyatt and Stephen N. Williams.

Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextPublisher: London : Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 2021Copyright date: ©2021Description: xiv, 242 pages ; 20 cmContent type:
  • text
Media type:
  • unmediated
Carrier type:
  • volume
ISBN:
  • 9780281084357
  • 0281084351
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 261.56 23
LOC classification:
  • BR115.C65 R63 2021
Contents:
Foreword / Archbishop of Canterbury -- Editorial introduction / John Wyatt and Stephen N. Williams -- Introduction : a computer technology perspective / Peter Robinson -- What is Going On? : Cultural and Historical Analysis. Science fiction, AI and our descent into insignificance / Christina Bieber Lake -- Out of the machine : cinema and science fiction / Crystal L. Downing -- Behind artificial intelligence / Stephen N. Williams -- Being human in a world of intelligent machines / John Wyatt -- AI and robots : some Asian approaches / Vinoth Ramachandra -- Theological Frameworks and Responses. What is it to be a person? / Stephen N. Williams -- Robots, AI and human uniqueness : learning what not to fear / Robert Song -- Surrogate, partner or tool : how autonomus should technology be? / Noreen Herzfeld -- The future of humanity / Victoria Lorrimar -- Ethical and Social Issues. Sextech : simulated relationships with machines / Andrew Graystone -- Are the robots coming for our jobs? / Nigel Cameron -- The impact of AI and robotics on health and social care / John Wyatt -- Art, music and AI : the uses of AI in artistic creation / Andrzej Turkanik -- The question of surveillance capitalism / Nathan Mladin and Stephen N. Williams.
Summary: The last decade has seen dramatic advances in artificial intelligence and robotics technology, raising tough questions that need to be addressed. The Robot Will See You Now considers how Christians can respond to these issues - and flourish - in the years ahead. Contributions from a number of international experts, including editors John Wyatt and Stephen Williams, explore a range of social and ethical issues raised by recent advances in AI and robotics. Considering the role of artificial intelligence in areas such as medicine, employment and security, the book looks at how AI is perceived as well as its actual impact on human interactions and relationships.
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

Foreword / Archbishop of Canterbury -- Editorial introduction / John Wyatt and Stephen N. Williams -- Introduction : a computer technology perspective / Peter Robinson -- What is Going On? : Cultural and Historical Analysis. Science fiction, AI and our descent into insignificance / Christina Bieber Lake -- Out of the machine : cinema and science fiction / Crystal L. Downing -- Behind artificial intelligence / Stephen N. Williams -- Being human in a world of intelligent machines / John Wyatt -- AI and robots : some Asian approaches / Vinoth Ramachandra -- Theological Frameworks and Responses. What is it to be a person? / Stephen N. Williams -- Robots, AI and human uniqueness : learning what not to fear / Robert Song -- Surrogate, partner or tool : how autonomus should technology be? / Noreen Herzfeld -- The future of humanity / Victoria Lorrimar -- Ethical and Social Issues. Sextech : simulated relationships with machines / Andrew Graystone -- Are the robots coming for our jobs? / Nigel Cameron -- The impact of AI and robotics on health and social care / John Wyatt -- Art, music and AI : the uses of AI in artistic creation / Andrzej Turkanik -- The question of surveillance capitalism / Nathan Mladin and Stephen N. Williams.

The last decade has seen dramatic advances in artificial intelligence and robotics technology, raising tough questions that need to be addressed. The Robot Will See You Now considers how Christians can respond to these issues - and flourish - in the years ahead. Contributions from a number of international experts, including editors John Wyatt and Stephen Williams, explore a range of social and ethical issues raised by recent advances in AI and robotics. Considering the role of artificial intelligence in areas such as medicine, employment and security, the book looks at how AI is perceived as well as its actual impact on human interactions and relationships.

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