Artificial intelligence needs an ethical guiding light, speakers say

Among the many potential problems needing attention are: AI replacing human labor; determining who is responsible for AI-generated mistakes and misinformation; the protection of privacy and limits of surveillance; the need for safety, transparency and fairness; and biases used in algorithms.

Author calls for greater respect of human dignity in health care

“This is an essential read for anyone put in the position, however reluctantly, of being the family caretaker. Camosy seeks to bring hope as well as comfort, and he makes an intelligent, trenchant argument for keeping one’s moral decisions intact and without compromise.”

Essays honor work of Servite priest in Catholic-Jewish relations

The essays in this excellent book are written by scholars from the Americas and Europe, Catholics, Protestants, Jews and Muslims, reflecting on interreligious dialogue in our time and honor one of the great theologians of social ethics and pioneers of Catholic-Jewish relations.