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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?
What do we give away when we compromise our privacy?
In a time when we have seen many steps forward followed by steps back, what can we learn with how tradition and technology intersect?
Should only human beings make decisions about human beings?
How can Judaism help us be a better judge of data science?
Dr. Larry Lesser explores the overlap between mathematics and Judaism through a variety of methods, showing us surprising places where the two overlap.
What would happen if researchers created a neural network where the cells were all slightly different, just like we see in biological systems?
Sinai and Synapses Fellow Elizabeth Fernandez speaks with Dr. Brian Patrick Green, Director of Technology Ethics at the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University, who has attended conferences on AI at the Vatican.
How are new technologies — like virtual reality and spirituality apps — changing the religious landscape?
Perhaps the real risk is not the artificial intelligence itself, but our relationship to it as human beings.