Perhaps the real risk is not the artificial intelligence itself, but our relationship to it as human beings.
Rabbi Joshua Stanton is an Assistant Rabbi at Congregation B'nai Jeshurun in Short Hills. A blogger for the Huffington Post and the Times of Israel, he works to improve and reflect upon relations between different religious and ethical communities. Most recently, Josh was appointed a member of the International Jewish Committee on Interreligious Consultations, which liaises between the Jewish community and the Vatican, Orthodox Church, and World Council of Churches.
Out of ease, comfort, or inertia, our lives are made up largely of patterns. How do we re-examine them so we can let our minds guide our hearts?
Why are some sources of authority more alluring than others?
Rev. Paul Raushenbush and Rabbi Josh Stanton examine the ways that changes in communication technology, and particularly the Internet, are affecting religion today.
Rabbi Josh Stanton and Imam Abdullah Antepli bring more light and less heat as they share how and why science is so important to their religious worldview.