Understanding Creation: A Christian Reflection on Artificial Intelligence

Understanding Creation: A Christian Reflection on Artificial Intelligence
Date Saturday, April 6, 2024
8:30 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Location Anderson Center Community Room - View maps and directions
Bethel University
3900 Bethel Dr St Paul MN 55112
Instructions for GuestsEnter through the main doors of the Anderson Center and follow posted signs to the Community Room, which is on Level 1 of the Anderson Center.
CostAttendance at the conference is free; however, registration is required. A box lunch can be added for an additional cost of $13. Please see registration for more details.
Registration Registration is required for the event. Guests must register by Monday, March 25.   Register
SponsorsThis event is sponsored by Bethel University and Crown College. It is also sponsored in part by a grant given by Bridging the Two Cultures of Science and the Humanities II, a project run by Scholarship and Christianity in Oxford, the UK subsidiary of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities, with funding by Templeton Religion Trust and The Blankemeyer Foundation.

Event Description

The faith/science mini-conference is an annual collaboration between Bethel University and Crown College that seeks to foster learning and dialogue around important questions at the intersection of Christianity and the sciences.

This year's conference will address Christian perspectives on artificial intelligence and machine learning. The keynote speaker for the conference is Dr. Scott Hawley, professor of physics from Belmont University.

Attendees at past conferences have included employees and students from both Bethel and Crown, local church members, local members of the American Scientific Affiliation, Bethel and Crown alumni, individuals from the community, and prospective students.

The tentative schedule for this year's event includes lectures from Dr. Hawley, an interdisciplinary panel, opportunities for roundtable conversation, and an opportunity for prayerful reflection to close the final session.

Questions?

Please contact Joy Doan, Bethel Professor of Biological Sciences, at j-doan@bethel.edu.


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