April 20, 2023
Roundtable for diplomats
“Dancing with the Disruptor: Is the World Ready for Artificial Intelligence?”
Mr. Abdu Murray, J. D.
Artificially intelligent software like ChatGPT is capturing the world’s imagination and promises to improve our lives and make time for greater creativity. And yet even AI experts warn us that we do not have any ability to predict the kinds of disruptions AI will bring to global economies, governments, social structures and even our definitions of what it means to be human.
Mr. Abdu Murray explores how ancient wisdom can guide us in our courtship with artificial intelligence, the most powerful change agent of modern times in this engaging roundtable for diplomats.
Previous events with Mr. Abdu Murray:
Abdu Murray is a speaker, author and attorney who specializes in addressing issues where religious faith and emerging cultural trends intersect and collide. Having spent decades analyzing how the major religious and non-religious thought traditions have attempted to address emerging cultural issues, he has authored several books including Saving Truth, Grand Central Question, Apocalypse Later and his latest, More than a White Man’s Religion: Why the Gospel is Not Merely White, Male-Centered, nor Just a Religion.
For most of his life, Mr. Murray was a Muslim until a nine-year historical, philosophical, theological and scientific investigation pointed him to the Christian faith. He has engaged with diverse international audiences in debates and dialogues across the globe and hosts the podcast and YouTube show, All Rise.
Mr. Murray holds a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Michigan – Ann Arbor and earned his Juris Doctor from the University of Michigan Law School and was named to Best Lawyers in America and to Michigan Super Lawyers three times.
He lives in the Detroit, Michigan area with his wife and their three children. Read his full bio here.
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