Baptist World Aid’s Australian Ethical Consumer Report for 2023 provides a comprehensive look at the Australian consumer landscape.
While I respect Obama in many ways, I have concerns about his popular view that ‘nobody’s hands are clean’ in the Israel-Hamas war.
Of course, the Bible doesn’t mention AI… but it does have many things to say about technology, writes Akos Balogh.
How do we make sense of the changes AI is bringing? What principles can we use to think through what we adopt and how we adopt it?
The fashion companies that are being scrutinised each year, are the companies most improving in their ethical performance and rank.
We will need wisdom and love to discern how to use machines and AI in filling traditional human roles, writes Derek Schuurman.
OpenAI recently released an AI chatbot called ChatGPT which can write poems, essays and even computer code and it’s got everyone talking.
Christians owe it to the future to again be classified as the kindest of all – people who love well, live well and serve well, writes Brian Harris.
John Anderson is joined by mathematician, bioethicist and Christian apologist Professor John Lennox to discuss the social impact of artificial intelligence.
Two leading Christian medical ethicists believe there’s nothing morally wrong with accepting a coronavirus vaccine made using foetal cell lines.