Episode 605: Professor John Wyatt on Future Breakthroughs in AI, Transhumanism, AI Relationships and SexBots, And A Call for Theological and Philosophical Voices
Oxford Professor Emeritus Dr. John Wyatt talks about future breakthroughs in AI, transhumanism, who will lose their jobs as AI grows, the emergence of AI dating, relationships and sexbots, technology’s dystopia and inability to understand evil, and a call for theological and philosophical thinkers and voices who can guide us into the future.Download the Transcript
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