Artificial Intelligence (also abbreviated as AI), and automation are no longer a pipe-dream or something held in the imagination of SCI FI writers – this is real! It’s happening now and through sheer disruption, future-tech will have our attention. The question is, will it catch you, your family, your vocation, your business and your community off-guard, or will you be prepared for the impact future-tech will have on the way of your being?
The next 20 minutes is a recorded conversation I had with Stuart Cranney. Stuart has spent years considering, watching and investing in this future space. He’s a follower of Christ, an articulate speaker, and in my opinion a great thinker. For me, Stuart is one of my favourite people to converse with and someone I’d consider to be an important voice amidst the uncertainty and redemptive possibility of future-tech, humanity and spirituality.
I’m sharing this, with permission, in the hope that I’ll hear from you. I’d like to know – is this conversation something you or people you know are interested in being part of? Do you want to hear more of this stuff? If this topic of future-tech, humanity and spirituality were a podcast, what value would it bring to you and your world? Let me know via facebook or comment on the blog, or video where you view it.
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This topic is of interest to me, as I have recently undertaken a role of teaching robotics to primary-aged students and helping them think about/prepare for the future you were discussing in the conversation with Stuart Cranney. As we say in our school incursions, we address the class as being part of the the “Innovation generation”; those who find solutions of how the future will be shaped by these changes in AI, automation and robotics. Keen to hear more!
I like your perspective! Innovation generation.