AI, Philosophy and Religion

May 13, 2024
Department of Philosophy, University of Warsaw

Maria Ossowska Hall, room 116
3 Krakowskie Przedmiescie Str.

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  • Faculty of Philosophy, University of Warsaw
  • John Templeton Foundation
  • University of Oxford
  • Science Philosophy Religion Foundation


University of Warsaw

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Linking Artificial Intelligence, Philosophy and Religion leads to fascinating outcomes.

AI is opening new paths for philosophical exploration, bringing up key questions about ethics, philosophy of language, philosophy of mind, and even philosophy of religion itself as it evolves. Next, LLM-powered chatbots and visual models create a challenge for religious awareness and religious life, offering new ways to access religious knowledge and possibly enhancing religious experiences. The chatbots also open new analytical perspectives for the analysis of religious discourse, as they can automatically and systematically examine it on different levels, including in such analyses philosophical theories. Finally, philosophy and religion is a source of non-standard theories and concepts which can be a challenge for chatbots, and as such they can be a good material for testing chatbots capacities and performance. At the same time, it is good material to learn how to play with the chatbots, and learn proper prompt engineering skills.

Various topics, new possibilities, astonishing ideas and applications, which should be shared among the scholars who join AI with philosophy or studies on religion. For this reason, we decided to organise a conference “AI, Philosophy and Religion”.

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May 13, 2024, 9:00am CET

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