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What has AI to do with Theology?

Technological advancements are happening at an accelerated phase. Five decades ago, no one even owned a personal computer. A decade ago, smartphones did not exist. Today there are 2.71 billion smartphone users in the world, which is more than thirty-five percent of the world’s population. Many developments have happened in the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Robotics, and Mixed Reality. AI is the term used to describe a machine’s ability to simulate human intelligence. Characteristics once considered unique to humans like learning, logic, reasoning, perception, and creativity are now being replicated by technology and used in every industry. Many movies that show a world ruled by machines have come out, and they have captured the attention of humans and, in some cases, made them concerned about the future of humanity.  Technology affects many people in positive ways, while many others are addicted. There are serious challenges and questions raised by some of the recent t

Welcome to Theology and AI Blog

I recently completed my Doctor of Ministry (DMin) from Bethel University . My thesis was on " Creator God, Humans, and Artificial  Intelligence: Framework to Address Theological and Relational Issues ". I will be using this blog to share my thoughts on Theology and AI.  I look forward to posts related to my research and my thoughts on recent developments with AI.