Symposium on Technology and Ethics in Theological Education

Science and technology have revolutionised the world in many respects since the 17th century. But like many other human cultural endeavours, there are issues, especially about ethical applications. It's even more of a challenge for the religious. We in Africa with religious notoriety could not have been left unchallenged. In the 21st century, one aspect of science and technology that is of great ethical concern to Christian theological and seminarian education is the rise of artificial intelligence (AI).
What is AI, in terms of higher educational learning, researching and teaching? What are the prospects and problems? How best can Christian higher educational institutions engage AI in fulfilling their mandates? These questions motivated the Allison Mary Howell Centre for Religion, Environment, Science and Development to organise this symposium.
We invite all of you to use the Google meet link provided to participate in this all-important discussion. Students, teachers, educationists, parents and all who wish to know more about how AI is influencing higher educational practices are invited. Date is 30th April from 4.00 to 6.00 pm GMT.




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