On March 29th 2019 the Faculty of Theology and OPTIC will co-organize a one day seminar on the topic "Artificial Intelligence and Christian Anthropology" at the Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas (Angelicum) in Rome.
Philosophers and theologians from Italy, France, Belgium, Austria and the United Kingdom will discuss the themes of epistemology, transhumanism and ethics in the presence of Mons. Duffé, Secretary of the Dicastery for Integral Human Development.
This event is public, do not hesitate to attend the discussion, as well as share it with anyone who would be interested in the topics discussed.
Largo Angelicum 1
00184 Rome RM, Italy
January 2018 - Collège des Bernardins, Paris
Technological revolution: towards what society?
Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, Big Data are reshaping our projects.
A conference with:
Ruth Porat - CFO, Alphabet / Google,
Reid Hoffman - co-founder of Linkedin , Open AI,
Maurice Lévy -Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Publicis Groupe
Nozha Boujemaa - Research Director at INRIA, Director of DATAIA Institute - Data Sciences, Intelligence & Society, INRIA & University Paris-Saclay
Laurence Devillers - Computer Science Professor at Paris-Sorbonne IV University - LIMSI-CNRS
Cédric Villani - Fields Medal, MP, “Mission Villani on AI” for the French Government,
James Manyika - Chairman and Director, McKinsey Global Institute
and other experts in disruptive technologies.
With Mounir Mahjoubi - Secretary of State in charge of Digital Affairs
November, 2 17 - Oxford. "Theology between information and language" a colloquium
The digital culture has radically changed both the way we express ourselves and the way we deal with information. It is in facts so deeply based on the model of networks to be able to offer an audience to every single internet user. The logical consequence of such a system is a certain tendency towards the abuse of announcing one's own opinion, both in the Catholic Church and in the society. Before such a wide public opinion, everyone can dream of themselves as a whole media, broadcasting their own opinions.