Our 2017 Philosophy Symposium “Vulnerable Humanity, Predictable Machines” was the second of three community events geared to initiate a public discussion about the human-technology relationship and the promises and perils of artificial intelligence (AI). Click here to the view & listen to Part 1 & Part 2 of this Philosophy Symposium series. Our third in this series of symposiums will take place on Wednesday, November 8th at The Myrna Loy Center.
WHEN: Wednesday, November 8th (6:30pm-10pm)
WHERE: The Myrna Loy Center (Auditorium)
WHAT: Co-Directed/Hosted by Marisa Diaz-Waian, M.A. (Founder & Executive Director, Merlin CCC), Tim Holmes, M.F.A. (Local & Internationally-Renowned Artist), Pastor Russ Danaher (Pastor and ADA Coordinator, Montana Department of Corrections), and Ross Peter Nelson, M.F.A. (Playwright & Software Engineer) this interactive Q & A-style symposium is part 3 (of a 3-part series) on the human-technology relationship and will include a special limited release film showing of “Marjorie Prime” (see trailer below), followed by a panelist discussion and Q & A. Students at the high school and college level and the Helena community are invited!
SYMPOSIUM FACILITATOR: TBD
INVITED GUEST PANELISTS: Eric Hall, Ph.D. (Assistant Professor of Theology & Philosophy, Carroll College) – TBD, Edward Glowienka, Ph.D. (Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Carroll College) – TBD, Ross Peter Nelson, M.F.A. (Playwright & Software Engineer), and 2 more in queue (to be announced soon).
Thank you to The Philosophy Department at Carroll College, the Center for Innovation in Technology team at Carroll College & the Depth Psychology Alliance for your generous support and sponsorship of our April 2017 Philosophy Symposium.