INAUGURAL ROUND TABLE
COMING OCTOBER 11
A.I., Religion & Humanity
Gilbert T. Rowe Distinguished Professor of Christian Theology and Senior Fellow at the Kenan Institute of Ethics, Duke University
Editor for the book series Culture of the Land: A Series in the New Agrarianism
Author of several books including Agrarian Spirit: Cultivating Faith, Community, and the Land and (with Fred Bahnson) Making Peace with the Land: God’s Call to Reconcile with Creation
Co-founder and Executive Committee member of the Society for Continental Philosophy and Theology
Daniel Yamins is assistant professor of psychology and computer science at Stanford University, a faculty scholar at the Stanford Neurosciences Institute, and an affiliate of the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. His research group focuses on reverse engineering the algorithms of the human brain, both to learn about how our minds work and to build more effective artificial intelligence systems. He is especially interested in how brain circuits for sensory information processing arise via the optimization of high-performing cortical algorithms for key behavioral tasks.