- Jul 24, 2021
Catholic Ventures is a new project which will be an incubator for technology in the Church.
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.
Amid the global coronavirus outbreak, the Catholic Church has expanded its digital footprint through online Masses and prayers, but at the same time the porn industry has also sought to increase its new stay-at-home audience, something a former Vatican spokesman criticized as immoral and derogatory toward women.
The Pontifical Academy for Life has invited the leaders of Microsoft and IBM — two of the world’s leading developers of AI software — to sign a charter calling for an ethical framework and guidelines for the field of artificial intelligence.
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.
An Anchorage high school has adopted a no-cellphone policy to reduce distractions caused by the devices, officials said.