Anthony Levandowski, the founder of self-driving Google cars and Otto trucks wants to “promote the realisation of a Godhead based on artificial intelligence. Levandowski has established “Way of the Future”, a non-profit religious corporation that worships this Godhead. A friend said that Levandowski “had this very weird motivation about robots taking over the world—like actually taking over, in a military sense. It was like [he wanted] to be able to control the world.” Artificial intelligence is feared by scientists and technology gurus like Stephen Hawking and Elon Musk. Silicon Valley sees the singularity – when robots or AI surpass human intelligence – to be not too far off.
Based on the successful precedents of events organised in conjunction with prior G20 Summits since 2014, the G20 Interfaith Summit Association will hold a conference in Berlin on June 15-17, 2017) and preliminary events so that it can contribute to the C20 process in place with the overall 2017 G20 process.
Brahma Kumaris Innerspace Sydney will conduct a workshop on Spirituality ,Religion and Meditation at Five Dock on Saturday 15th April 4pm – 5.30pm.
The Australian Catholic University invites you to participate in the Annual Conference of the Colloquium on Violence and Religion|6th Annual Conference of the Australian Girard Seminar at ACU, Victoria Parade, Fitzroy, Wednesday 13 July 2016 to Sunday 17 July 2016.
Most Australians claim they believe in God or some kind of “higher power” and yet fewer than one in 10 of us attend church every week. We don’t actively “worship” and yet are apparently comforted by the mere presence of the many churches that operate in our community.
The Broken Bay Institute in partnership with The Sociological Association of Australia’s (TASA) Sociology of Religion Thematic Group will conduct the 2016 Symposium on the topic of Religion and Young People Today – Diverse Beliefs in Turbulent Times