2017 Philosophy Symposium: “Vulnerable Humanity, Predictable Machines” (Part 2)
Our 2016 Philosophy Symposium “Vulnerable Humanity, Predictable Machines” was the first of three community events geared to initiate a public discussion about the human-technology relationship and the promises and perils of artificial intelligence (AI). Our second in this series of symposiums is slated for Thursday, April 27th 2017 in Simperman Hall Lecture Room 101/202 at Carroll College.
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.
What: Philosophy Symposium (Part 2 of a 3 Part Series)
When: Thursday, April 27th (7:00pm-9pm)
Where: In Simperman Hall Lecture Room 101/202 at Carroll College (1601 N. Benton Avenue, Helena MT 59625)
Symposium Theme: The Human-Technology Relationship (Abstract to be Uploaded Soon)
Symposium Moderator/Facilitator: Dr. John Ries, Ph.D. (Professor of Theology & Department Chair, Carroll College)
Symposium Co-Directors: Marisa Diaz-Waian, M.A. (Founder & Executive Director of Merlin CCC), Tim Holmes, M.F.A. (Local & International Artist) & Pastor Russ Danaher ((Pastor & ADA Coordinator, Montana Department of Corrections)
Other: Open to all Helena community members and students at the high school & college levels
For More Information: Contact Marisa Diaz-Waian at #406.439.5788 or [email protected]
Invited Speakers Include: Dr. Eric Hall, Ph.D. (Associate Professor of Theology, Carroll College), Edward Gray, M.S., LCPC (Depth Psychotherapist), Dr. Kelly Cline, Ph.D. (Astrophysicist & Associate Professor of Mathematics, Carroll College), Dr. Edward Glowienka, Ph.D. (Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Carroll College), Dr. Mark Smillie, Ph.D. (Professor of Philosophy, Carroll College), Michael Sangray (Cyber Security Engineer, Anderson ZurMuehlen & Adjunct Instructor of Computer Science & Cyber Security, Carroll College) and Dr. Nikki Honzel, Ph.D. (Cognitive Neuroscientist & Assistant Professor of Psychology, Carroll College).
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