‘Artificial Morality: Navigating the Ethics of AI with Spiritual Teachings’ By Gilbert Hakim


“Artificial Morality: Navigating the Ethics of AI with Spiritual Teachings” aims to provide insightful and thought-provoking contributions to the ethics of AI and machine learning. Our moral compass is being tested by a world where technology is accelerating change beyond anything previously experienced by our species. We invite you to join us in exploring the complex ethics of AI and the role that spirituality can play in shaping our technological future. The anthology is open to all forms of expression, including fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and art, resulting in a meaningful and engaging exchange that will benefit the readers and the industry.

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5,000 words

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We currently have two stories focused on how the Concept of Efficient Cause and the Word of God can guide these technologies and how predictive analytics help treatment centers identify at-risk clients during recovery.


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