Wednesday 21 August 2019
In a world powered by AI, what does it mean to be human?
We asked several writers to reflect on what it means to be human in the light of Artificial Intelligence. To start, Jory Fleming describes his work in AI, with the help of a college chapel
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How is your utility function? Tom Chivers provides a chilling vision of a potential future with AI
THE philosopher Søren Kierkegaard (1813-55) lived all his life in Copenhagen, where he diagnosed a spiritual complacency masking the anxiety and despair which, he argued, all human beings experience
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We are seeking a courageous and resilient person who will be a prophetic voice in
this urban village setting. We are looking for someone who will work collaboratively
within the innovative team ministry and who will be excited and energised about
this challenging post.
Our Benefice is just west of Stafford and the four churches cover several rural villages. Farming is the main local activity but there are also significant numbers of commuters who work in the surrounding towns and cities. All our churches are within a 3 mile radius from the rectory, which is in Haughton, the largest village.
We are a brand new benefice of three churches set in beautiful East Staffordshire countryside and look forward to working with a priest who will:
Teach the Bible clearly and encourage us in prayer;
Be flexible about worship styles and help us to develop new approaches;
Get involved with our local communities, especially young people.
We are a single parish, single church benefice in the pretty market town of Ellesmere with its natural meres, wildlife & nearby canal network. We are seeking a priest who will take inspiration & spiritual strength from this idyllic setting to provide us with positive & enthusiastic leadership to enable us to grow our congregation and engage with our community.
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David Walker reflects on the rich communal inheritance he draws on in Manchester, 200 years after the Peterloo Massacre
SENTENCES of Imprisonment for Public Protection (IPP) were introduced in 2005 after the Criminal Justice Act 2003 introduced the concept for those who had committed violent or sexual offences and were deemed to pose a significant risk to the public
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