Episode 7.07 The ERLC AI Statement, Part 2
Data privacy, just war, the sovereignty of God… there’s a lot here!
We dig into the rest of the ERLC’s statement on AI—everything from security and privacy to just war and the sovereignty of God.
Artificial Intelligence: An Evangelical Statement of Principles
6.06: A Kind of Blindness—Smart cities, “big data”, and the meaninglessness of mere information.
Just war theory (Wikipedia)
- Niebuhr is sometimes described as adhering to just war theory, but in fact articulated a different strand of thought: Christian realism
Evolution and the Fall, eds. William T. Cavanaugh and James K. A. Smith
…we will have to concede that the determination of [what falls outside the essence of the Christian tradition] is entrusted to the people of God, which is wider than the realm of academics, scholars, and scientists (though scholars and scientists who are part of this community of practice also get to participate in this discernment process).
See also Chris’ review at Mere Orthodoxy: Faithful Extension and the Question of Human Origins
- “Signals” by Arwen & the Mega Reset
- “Winning Slowly Theme” by Chris Krycho.
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