Many of the greatest research breakthroughs come when the insights or discoveries of one field illuminate the problems of another, or when researchers from only semi-related disciplines get together to swap ideas.
At one point do machines deserve rights? At what point do they surpass human capacity? At what point should we be worried? Jewish tradition speaks extensively about the positive potential of science and human ability to create. How does it reflect on the dangers and drawbacks of human creations?
How do you know what you know? How much do we rely on experience, on what we can see and measure — and what is the role of conjecture, theory, and faith? Both the scientific method and rabbinic interpretation offer wisdom on certainty and uncertainty and their impact on our daily lives. Dr. Adam Lyon (Oak […]