The impact of artificial intelligence

In the 2020 lockdown we may have binged on Netflix sci-fi movies and series about AI, but how far away are we from creating real human-like intelligence? What is the impact of AI on our workplaces, our society, our country as a whole? What are the implications for our ethics, values or belief in God?

In South Australia, a dedicated space at Lot Fourteen has become home to several specialty organisations leading the way in AI.

Whatever our work context, we can weigh into this discussion because it will ultimately impact all of us. Join a panel of experts from a variety of fields including genetics, biochemistry, law, philosophy, theology and cyber security for a fascinating discussion
and Q&A.

Meet the Speakers

Victoria Lorrimar
Vicki is Lecturer in Systematic Theology at Trinity College Queensland.
She has a doctorate in theology and science from the University of Oxford, with a previous degree in biochemistry and genetics. If that doesn’t create some curiosity then throw in a Master of Divinity!
Luke Heffernan
With a background in engineering and laser physics, Luke is the Business Development Manager – Space for the Australian Institute for Machine Learning. This role has seen Luke contribute to a growing list of world-leading AI projects across space, art, agriculture, defence, and more. Luke also concurrently maintains senior positions at other hi-tech central firms.
Tania Leiman
Tania is an Associate Professor and Dean of Law at Flinders University. She is a lawyer and legal academic who researches, writes and teaches on the legal implications of automated vehicles and emerging technologies.
Tim Patrick
Tim Patrick is Principal of Bible College SA, a tertiary institution that offers theological awards from Diploma through to PhD. Tim holds a Bachelor of Science (Hons 1) and worked as an Experimental Scientist for the CSIRO before taking his Master of Divinity, and a PhD in history.

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