June 12, 2019

Where are people of faith speaking into discussions about the ethics and future of technology? Read more

May 24, 2019

Moving beyond transhuman and posthuman futures toward truly apocalyptic human futures. Read more

May 21, 2019

Elements of a framework for clarifying values, goals, and actions in the digital age. Read more

April 26, 2019

How should digital technologies transform the church as an institution? Is the library a model for digital transformation? Read more

April 19, 2019

As we consider what might go wrong with AI, we also must consider what should go right. Read more

April 9, 2019

In light of Google’s dissolution of its external advisory group—barely a week after it was announced—are ethical agreements related to AI possible? Read more

March 21, 2019

Advances in automation and artificial intelligence require us to consider the future of work as well as why we work. Read more

March 4, 2019

Digital ethics discussions reveal important agreements as well as disagreements. How can our frameworks accommodate both? Read more

February 6, 2019

Last December, there was an opinions piece in the New York Times called “Internet Church Isn’t Really Church.” In it, the author, Laura Turner, talks about the rising trend of using internet-related technologies in the course of church work. Whether churches live-streaming services or sharing prayers over the web, or smartphone apps that connect parishioners by means of their devices, it seems that Turner is not a fan. Her critique, at heart, seems to be that such technologies encourage a… Read more

January 31, 2019

Digital literacy can help us confront fake fears and discern true hopes. Read more

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