Quo Vadis Institute #Rethink podcast

Quo Vadis Institute #Rethink

Quo Vadis Institute

The podcast of the Quo Vadis Institute about challenging topics of our times. Check out our Website https://qvi.eu for more content!

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    8. The Uses of AI in Artistic Creation: A Conversation with Andrzej Turkanik (The Robot Will See You Now)

    21:55

    The second instalment within our series of the newly released book "The Robot Will See You now" on QVI’s Podcast Rethink is out! This episode features a conversation between Andrzej Turkanik and Johannes Knecht around the chapter Andrzej wrote on "Art, music and AI: the uses of AI in artistic creation" in TRWSYN. Andrzej completed degrees in music and art in Poland as well as theology in Germany, before earning a Ph.D. in Oriental Studies from Cambridge University. He is the Executive Director of Quo Vadis Institute, which is dedicated to exploring questions around human flourishing in the changing societal landscape of Europe and the Western World, as well as how cultural renewal can be stimulated. In this conversation, Andrzej shares about the uses of AI in artistic creation, and the importance of the concept of imago Dei - and how this relates to what can make something be truly music. Is there a difference between human created and AI created art? What would the arts scene of the future look like if it all becomes simply AI produced imitations? We warmly invite you to listen and rethink! For more information or to buy this book please visit the SPCK website HERE. In Austria and Germany, you can buy the book in Thalia. Photo Credits: Possessed Photography on Unsplash
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    7. Humans in a World of Intelligent Machines: A Conversation with "The Robot Will See You Now" editor John Wyatt

    29:10

    This is the first installment of our series featuring the recently published book ‚The Robot Will See You Now‘ on QVI’s Podcast #Rethink! This episode features a conversation between Professor John Wyatt and Johannes Knecht. Prof John Wyatt is Emeritus Professor of Neonatal Paediatrics, Ethics & Perinatology at University College London, and a senior researcher at the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion, Cambridge. He is also the editor of The Robot Will See You Now and author of two chapters of the book; dealing with humans in a world of intelligent machines, and the impact of AI and robotics on health and social care. In this podcast, John shares about his motivation behind writing The Robot Will See You Now and the gap he is hoping for it to fill in the discussion (or lack thereof) about intersections between AI and faith. Could humans be simply seen as machines? Can one argue that a robot is a superior caretaker, even though it is missing a defining characteristic of human connection: emotions? We warmly invite you to listen and rethink! For more information or to buy this book please visit the SPCK website: https://spckpublishing.co.uk/the-robot-will-see-you-now In Austria and Germany, you can buy the book in Thalia. Austria: https://www.thalia.at/shop/home/artikeldetails/ID150522481.html  Germany: https://www.thalia.de/shop/home/artikeldetails/ID150522481.html  Photo Credits: Andy Kelly on Unsplash For more content, please check out our website https://qvi.eu!
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    6. On the future of Ethical Consumerism and Small-Scale Mining: A Conversation with Olivia Lyster

    20:48

    The latest instalment of QVI’s Podcast Rethink is now out! This episode features a conversation between Olivia Lyster and Johannes Knecht. Olivia is a researcher and manager with Levin sources, a UK based consultancy specialised in Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining. In this conversation, Olivia shares about her experiences working in this field, explains what the current challenges are, and why this particular sector deserves more attention. Photo Credits: MUILLU on Unsplash For more content, please check out our website https://qvi.eu!
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    5. How we can helpfully think about surveillance in times of racial bias

    28:15

    This is the second of two conversations with Dr Eric Stoddart, lecturer in theology at the University of St Andrews, and Stefania Knecht. Dr Stoddart is a specialist in the intersection of theology and technology, specifically surveillance. In this episode, Dr Stoddart describes how we can helpfully think about surveillance in times of racial bias and in the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement. How can we foster communication and reconciliation in a cancel culture, fuelled by video snippets? What are the most important things to remember when watching video footage online? Photo Credits: Clay Banks on Unsplash For more content, please check out our website https://qvi.eu!
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    4. Theology meets technology: How do surveillance and ‘love-of-neighbour’ interact?

    26:46

    This is the first of two conversations between Dr Eric Stoddart, lecturer in theology at the University of St Andrews, and Stefania Knecht. Dr Stoddart is a specialist in the intersection of theology and technology, specifically surveillance. In this episode, Dr Stoddart describes how the current Coronavirus pandemic has influenced the level and types of surveillance, both governmental and societal. How should these changes be evaluated? Should increased surveillance be resisted? And how do surveillance and a ‘love-of-neighbour’ interact? Photo Credits: Fredrik Bedsvaag on Unsplash For more content, please check out our website https://qvi.eu!
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    3. What does it mean to be called to healthcare profession during Covid-19 - two physicians share their perspectives

    20:06

    In the third and last part of their conversation, Quentin Genuis and John Wyatt discuss some more personal and ethical questions they are confronted with as physicians amidst the Covid-19  crisis. How does this crisis change especially the perspectives of younger doctors who have never experienced that to be a physician can also involve great risk? What is the motivation behind risking your life for others? And how can people working in healthcare cope with the current pressure?  Guests: Quentin Genuis (MD, MLitt St.Andrews, BMSc) and John Wyatt (Emeritus Professor of Neonatal Paediatrics, Ethics & Perinatology at University College London) Photo Credits: Jonathan Borba on Pexels For more content, please check out our website https://qvi.eu!
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    2. Ethical questions in healthcare raised by Covid-19: a conversation

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    Medical professionals have to deal with ethical questions more than ever now during the Covid-19 crisis. How to decide who to treat is just one of them. How can we approach this crisis from an ethical point of view?  Part two of the conversation with Quentin Genuis (MD, MLitt St.Andrews, BMSc) and John Wyatt (Emeritus Professor of Neonatal Paediatrics, Ethics & Perinatology at University College London). Photo Credits: EVG on Pexels For more content, please check out our website https://qvi.eu!
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    1. How to respond to Covid-19: Two medical doctors in conversation

    23:51

    Quentin Genuis (MD, MLitt St.Andrews, BMSc) and John Wyatt (Emeritus Professor of Neonatal Paediatrics, Ethics & Perinatology at University College London), talk about the current Covid-19 crisis - how medical professionals experience this unprecedented situation and how they can cope with it, not only from a medical perspective but also as a whole human being. For more content, please check out our website https://qvi.eu!
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    Quo Vadis Institute #Rethink: Teaser

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    Introduction to the new Quo Vadis Institute Podcast #Rethink  For more content, please check out our website https://qvi.eu!

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