- Apr 2022
Journal of Moral Theology dedicated special issue on 'artificial intelligence'.
An Introduction to the Ethics of Artificial Intelligence Matthew J. Gaudet
Artificial Intelligence and Moral Theology: A Conversation Brian Patrick Green, Matthew Gaudet, Levi Checketts, Brian Cutter, Noreen Herzfeld, Cory Labrecque, Anselm Ramelow, OP, Paul Scherz, Marga Vega, Andrea Vicini, SJ, Jordan Joseph Wales
Artificial Intelligence and Social Control: Ethical Issues and Theological Resources Andrea Vicini, SJ
Can Lethal Autonomous Weapons Be Just? Noreen Herzfeld
We Must Find a Stronger Theological Voice: A Copeland Dialectic to Address Racism, Bias, and Inequity in Technology John P. Slattery
Can a Robot Be a Person? De-Facing Personhood and Finding It Again with Levinas Roberto
Metaphysics, Meaning, and Morality: A Theological Reflection on A.I. Jordan Joseph Wales
The Vatican and Artificial Intelligence: An Interview with Bishop Paul Tighe by Brian Patrick Green
Epilogue on AI and Moral Theology: Weaving Threads and Entangling Them Further Brian Patrick Green
- Feb 2022
to collect and analyse these articles for Vatican paper
- Dec 2021
God's Diplomacy - Book on Vatican Diplomacy
- 1.3 billion followers
- 49-hectare territory of Vatican City State
As priests, Vatican diplomats are trained in listening and engaging. They also try to be impartial in major conflicts. Vatican diplomacy is also very 'multistakeholder' by compensating its small size with network of local churches, charities and academic institutions. Part of their success is discretion without claiming the credit for diplomatic successes.
Vatican is involved in cross-cutting global issues such as: climate change, environmental degradation, human trafficking, arms control, etc.
moved away from just war tradition to just peace
||MarcoLotti|| Major shift