Religion, AI, and the Future of Work

Recording: Religion, AI, and the Future of Work, Date TBA

What work looks like has changed throughout history, mostly driven by technological advances. Given recent advances in robotics and AI and projected trends, there are a number of predictions that foresee widespread and dramatic effect on work. For instance, one estimate is that 45% of current jobs are susceptible to automation. Attitudes and predictions about this potential future differ and regardless of degree, change is difficult. As the globe is amid this shift and predicting further change, how are different faiths responding? How should they respond? Come hear this diverse and qualified panel respond to these and other questions.

Programming descriptions are generated by participants and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of SXSW.

Programming descriptions are generated by participants and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of SXSW.

Taylor Barkley

Charles Koch Institute

Sofi Hersher

Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism

Nika Nour

Genvid

Jay Richards

Busch School Of Business, The Catholic University Of America

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Social & Global Impact presented by The Rockefeller Foundation

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Intermediate