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What’s AI to Do in a World Where Ethics Are Subjective?

As we design and further develop AI, how can we ensure we don't create harm?
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The Early Universe Was Bathed in Blue Velvet Light

Amazing technology shows us that early galaxies were swaddled in hydrogen, glowing blue. Why does this matter?
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New at Yellowstone? Driverless Vans

Driverless vehicles may be coming to a national park near you!
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Avoid Social Media PTSD: Block and Unfollow

When it comes to social media, one thing I often suggest for spiritual growth is discerning when it is appropriate to block or unfollow someone.
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Tech Will Expose Us All—So We Must All Become Experts in Love

As technology continues to develop, it exposes human intention while eliminating our privacy. The result of this accelerating trend is that the confidentiality that we currently maintain as persons will continue to erode. As such, we should begin to prepare ourselves for the biggest reveal of all: the day when technology exposes the thoughts of our mind.
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Our Robots, Ourselves

When the line between us and our technology becomes increasingly blurred, it is ever more important that we examine what our technology is saying about who we are as a society.
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Google Duplex: An Introvert’s Dream or the Tech We Love to Hate

Hate small talk? We're getting less and less of it in our daily grind, thanks to AI.
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The Sex Trafficking of Robots

What do sexbots mean for the future of humanity?
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The Problem Isn’t Screen Time, the Problem Is Content

Does "the devil live in our phones," or is there just a lack of virtuous content?
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NASA Uses AR to Assemble Spacecraft

Assembling a spacecraft is much different than the traditional repetitive assembly line production. “Just about every time, we are building something for the first time,” says Brian O’Connor, the vice
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The Death of Expertise, Part II: Everyone’s a Critic

In Part II of the series, we consider the drawbacks when we no longer elevate experts and authorities.
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Caretaking Practice for May: Gratitude

We've all heard that gratitude is important to our wellbeing. What about using it for others' wellbeing, too?
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Addicted to Helping: An Interview with Bethany Dearborn Hiser

For many in "caring professions" like counselors, activists, social workers, and pastors, taking time away to recharge and renew oneself can be seen as unnecessary and privileged. Bethany Dearborn Hiser shares why this attitude not only is wrong, but it is also dangerous.
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