The Traumatic Implications of Artificial Intelligence

Author:
Stephen Driscoll
Date:
July 3, 2024
Type:

Being '"made in the image of God is more than intelligence and creativity" notes Stephen Driscoll in this thought-provoking video as he discusses the implications of artificial intelligence and its place in our current and future world.

"Stephen Driscoll, in ‘Made in our Image - God, artificial intelligence and you’'* says artificial intelligence may do great harm - giving more power to sinful people, governments or companies.

He says artificial intelligence will likely trend towards people pleasing - giving each of us what we want now/a sense of heaven now or it may become more debauched.

It may even become an existential threat to us - because EITHER it lacks a wise moral system OR it righteously opposes our sin.

Artificial intelligence will likely lure us into our own individual heavens and unbundled freedoms, but it won’t fix our souls."

https://www.thepastorsheart.net/podcast/made-in-our-image-stephen-driscoll

* https://matthiasmedia.com.au/products/made-in-our-image

Image : Photo by Igor Omilaev on Unsplash

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