CHICAGO (BP) – When Jan Gibbs began proofreading Bibles 14 years ago for Peachtree Publishing Services, which celebrated in December the distribution of a billion copies of its works, she first had to learn to draw lines.
VENTURA, Calif. (BP) – Christians have less confidence in artificial intelligence (AI) than non-Christians, especially when it comes to AI use by churches, Barna Group researchers found in a study conducted in partnership with Gloo.
NASHVILLE (BP) — When it comes to X (formerly Twitter), church leaders may soon get the opportunity to truly take it or leave it.
NEW YORK (AP) — Threads, a text-based app built by Meta to rival Twitter, is live.
NEW ORLEANS (BP) – With artificial intelligence becoming an increasingly hot-button issue and other technologies being developed at a rapid rate, representatives from the 2023 SBC Committee on Resolutions hope the resolution “On Artificial Intelligence and Emerging Technologies,” will serve as a “timely” statement on the topic.
SAN FRANCISCO (BP) – President Biden met with tech leaders Tuesday (June 20) to discuss the rewards and risks of artificial intelligence (AI). He believes there will be more technological changes in the next 10 years than there has been in the last 50 years.
NASHVILLE (BP) – As society continues to wrestle with the complicated issues surrounding artificial intelligence such as ChatGPT, Christians should be ready to engage as the ones holding the ultimate answers, one ethicist told Baptist Press.
MOUNTAINVIEW, Calif. (BP) – Google will automatically blur sexually explicit images in search results regardless of security settings, the company announced Feb. 7 in one of the latest moves among tech giants to limit unintentional pornographic viewing online.
NASHVILLE (BP) – Whether it is a new app sweeping the nation, a brand-new must-have iPhone upgrade or a new way to use virtual reality, technology is advancing at lightning speed.
NASHVILLE (BP) – The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission expressed its objections Thursday to a new policy by the website Yelp that the Southern Baptist entity said casts doubt on the medical qualifications of pregnancy resource centers.