University of Washington

Human Identity and the Meaning of Artificial Intelligence

February 27, 2020 at 7:30pm / Kane Hall 130


A Conversation With a Secular Humanist and a Scientist Christian

University of Washington

A conversation about "Human Identity and the Meaning of Artificial Intelligence: A Conversation With a Secular Humanist and a Scientist Christian" with Professor S. Joshua Swamidass of Washington University in St. Louis and Professor Ryan Calo of the University of Washington School of Law
They will discuss AI, ethics, and human identity.
Moderated by Professor Rebekah Rice of Seattle Pacific University.

How can we better understand human identity in the age of artificial intelligence? How does worldview impact the conversation of ethical AI? A scientist Christian and a secular humanist discuss AI and what it means to be human.

Join us for the sixth annual Veritas Forum at UW, in Kane Hall room 130 on February 27th at 7:30pm. Reception with refreshments to follow.

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Presenters

S. Joshua Swamidass

Department of Immunology and Pathology

Washington University School of Medicine

Ryan Calo

Lane Powell and D. Wayne Gittinger Associate Professor

University of Washington School of Law

Rebekah L. H. Rice

Associate Professor and chair of the Department of Philosophy

Seattle Pacific University
University of Washington