Time: November 8, 2017 from 8:30pm to 10pm
Location: Myrna Loy Center OR ONLINE—US MOUNTAIN TIME
Street: 15 N Ewing St.
City/Town: Helena, MT
Website or Map: https://www.facebook.com/even…
Phone: Please text questions to: 406-461-5443
Event Type: public, symposium
Organized By: Tim Holmes, Merlin CCC
Latest Activity: Nov 11
LIVE STREAM HERE
Please text your questions to: 406-461-5443
Technology floods every aspect of contemporary life, offering both promises and perils for the future. AI is developing faster than the ethical and social structures that could monitor its trajectory or prepare the population for massive changes.
This interactive Q & A-style symposium is part 3 (of a 3-part series) on the human-technology relationship and includes a special limited release film showing of "Marjorie Prime," (not livecast) followed by a panelist discussion and free-flowing Q & A. The in-person event starts at 6:30 MST.
Live feed of discussion between panelists and the public will be broadcast from 8:15 to 10:00 PM through a link below.
We invite in particular informed depth psychological inquiries into what is at risk as we become an increasingly digitized species in a rapid-paced evolutionary path toward the unknown.
The symposium will be live-cast through a Facebook link and questions from abroad will be addressed.
Edward Gray, MS, LCPC (Depth Psychotherapist)
Alden H. Wright, Ph.D. (Research & Emeritus Professor, Artificial Intelligence and Technology & Ethics, University of Montana).
Eric Hall, Ph.D. (Assistant Professor of Theology & Philosophy, Carroll College)
Edward Glowienka, Ph.D. (Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Carroll College)
Ross Peter Nelson, M.F.A. (Playwright & Software Engineer)
Mark Smillie, Ph.D. (Professor of Philosophy, Carroll College)
Nikki Honzel, Ph.D. (Cognitive Neuroscientist & Assistant Professor of Psychology, Carroll College)
FOR LIVE STREAMING at 8:30pm U.S. MOUNTAIN TIME Nov. 8: