- Jul 24, 2021
When a religious publication used smartphone app data to deduce the sexual orientation of a high-ranking Roman Catholic official, it exposed a problem that goes far beyond a debate over church doctrine and priestly celibacy. With few U.S. restrictions on what companies can do with the vast amount of data
A child psychologist and member of the Pontifical Academy for Life has said that the coronavirus has opened up new opportunities for the tech world, including artificial intelligence, to meet the needs of the disadvantaged.
Andrew Abela is the founding dean of the School of Business and Economics and Associate Professor of Marketing at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C.
Brian Patrick Green is an expert on Artificial Intelligence (AI), and told Crux the Church’s moral voice is needed as new technology faces ethical challenges.
In an appreciation of the late pioneering bioethicist Daniel Callahan, Jesuit Father Drew Christiansen described him as “an independent scholar working at the frontier where ethics meets medicine, law and religion.”
The chairman of the U.S. bishops’ pro-life committee praised a June 10 decision by the American Medical Association to reaffirm its long-standing policy against physician-assisted suicide.
Vatican conference mixes enthusiam with concern over technological developments in artificial intelligence.
An English bishop warned Catholics to be alert to the possible deliberate killings of seriously ill patients in state-funded hospitals.