Content on Technology
If our intelligence is the only characteristic that makes us human, it won’t be long now before the machines can beat us at that game. But human beings are more than just intelligence.
Unlike the angels, who are programmed to be unerring, we can avail ourselves of the positive opportunity for change and growth.
Let us ask forgiveness, let us turn our hearts inwards and recognize that we are working with faulty AI; this is the time to commit to repair.
Today, on the birthday of the world, when we sing the prayer “hayom harat olam,” which can be translated as “today is pregnant with eternity,” is a day when we begin again, and all possibility is open.
What can the history of artificial intelligence tell us about its possible future?
How do we navigate the great power and potentially massive risk surrounding nuclear technology?
We express our role as co-creators of this universe, as guardians of this universe and express our gratitude and our ongoing commitment to our role of co-creator. It is time to express gratitude for the blessings and wonders of A.I., Artificial Intelligence, in our lives as well.
God clearly understands how things work. Divine reason holds the cosmos together.
How can details and discoveries from archaeology help illuminate day-to-day life as described in the Torah?
There’s a preference in ChatGPT for finding commonality and agreement – sometimes at the expense of actual argumentation.
When are we shaped by our texts and creations, and when do they shape us?
Dr. Julia Stoyanovich asks: what happens when AI leaves our computers and digital devices, and plays a role in our everyday decisions?