In this session, we will consider some of the profound questions raised by technological developments which not only seem to be cleverer than humans but which also seem to know more about us than we know about ourselves. How should we think about the human person so that the things we cherish are not taken over by machines?
Dr Malcolm is the Director of Mission and Public Affairs for the Church of England. He is an ethicist whose early research was in the field of ethics and market economics. He has created a hub within his department for exploring the ethical challenges of AI, robotics and big data. As well as his work on behalf of the church, he is a partner in the Centre for Doctoral Training in AI Ethics at the University of Bath.
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