CSAS research workshop on AI, biology, and Buddhism hosted by Tufts University, August 18th-21st 2023.
Award winning journalist Richard Sergay speaks with Chökyi Nyima Rinpoche and other religious leaders on technology and AI.
Announcing a one year grant from the Templeton World Charity Foundation.
Technology should not be seen as a tool serving humans’ needs, but as a partner in a rich relationship with humans.
Bill Duane of CSAS speaks to Lion’s Roar magazine on “What AI Means for Buddhism.”
Cross Labs AI recently hosted a YouTube live discussion with Bill Duane, Joel Lehman, Liza Solomonova, Michael Levin, and Olaf Witkowski.
At a recent workshop in the Himalayas, an expanded CSAS core team came together around “care as a driver of intelligence,” exploring this principle’s implications for human flourishing from both third and first personal perspectives.
CSAS is happy to announce the recent publication of our paper (co-authored with the estimable Dr. Michael Levin) called “Biology, Buddhism, and AI: Care as the Driver of Intelligence”.
CSAS has been selected to run a special session on Illusions Of Self: Beyond Human, Animal and Robot Special Session at the ALIFE conference and we’re soliciting papers for the session!
We are happy to announce that CSAS has received a two year grant to study Buddhism and AI from Templeton World Charity Foundation.