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  1. What’s going on with Elon Musk?

    This week, Search Engine investigates the erratic behavior of the world’s wealthiest man with Hard Fork’s Casey Newton. The three top theories for why the CEO has begun to act strangely, including one that upset our very understanding of reality.

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  2. The Politics Network Discusses Artificial Intelligence

    Artificial Intelligence is increasingly important in modern society. With major companies like Google, Facebook, and Tesla household names and the technology of AI wired into everything from our phones to our fridges, it is right that we as Christians seek to understand some of the debates taking place about how we use AI and its relationship to public life. We sat down with Patricia Shaw, founder and leader of data ethics company Beyond Reach Consulting to learn about AI and how Christians can participate in these conversations for the public good.

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  3. Desires Transformed By Holiness

    What kind of transformation happens when God makes us his own? What happens to our thinking and our desires? In this episode of ‘Light + Truth,’ John Piper answers questions like these from 1 Peter 1:14–16.

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  4. The AI Dilemma

    You may have heard about the arrival of GPT-4, OpenAI’s latest large language model (LLM) release. GPT-4 surpasses its predecessor in terms of reliability, creativity, and ability to process intricate instructions. It can handle more nuanced prompts compared to previous releases, and is multimodal, meaning it was trained on both images and text. We don’t yet understand its capabilities - yet it has already been deployed to the public.

    At Center for Humane Technology, we want to close the gap between what the world hears publicly about AI from splashy CEO presentations and what the people who are closest to the risks and harms inside AI labs are telling us. We translated their concerns into a cohesive story and presented the resulting slides to heads of institutions and major media organizations in New York, Washington DC, and San Francisco. The talk you're about to hear is the culmination of that work, which is ongoing.

    AI may help us achieve major advances like curing cancer or addressing climate change. But the point we're making is: if our dystopia is bad enough, it won't matter how good the utopia we want to create. We only get one shot, and we need to move at the speed of getting it right.

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