The AI Revolution is upon us. Are you ready?
We find ourselves on the cusp of a revolution. In the realm of language, image, and voice, AI technologies showcasing incredible potential, such that distinguishing the work of humans from computers is becoming nearly impossible. What does this mean for human identity and purpose? What might this mean for our future?
Computer science is brought into conversation with theology, philosophy, and ethics. Duke theologian and ethicist Norman Wirzba and U Chicago computer science researcher Ben Y. Zhao discuss the implications of an AI-saturated future.
Can authentic self truly be known? Can self-expression take place beyond mere curation or personal brand? Can we know and be known by others?
Join us as we bring fashion, philosophy, and spirituality into dynamic conversation around these important questions.
CANA is a new publication at the University of Chicago that publishes, essays, interviews, and short stories on topics that matter to the UChicago community. CANA aims to elevate and sustain important conversations across lines of difference, generating understanding and dialogue, and sharing Christian perspectives.