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AI: Friend or Foe?

A distinguished panel of artificial intelligence (AI) experts, include Blake Lemoine and Robert J. Marks, debates the meaning of artificial intelligence, what the future holds for its application (both positive and negative), and how far AI can be taken in terms of mimicking and even exceeding human capabilities.

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Synthetic Biology: What New Therapies Are in Store?

Babak Parviz, Vice President at Amazon, leads a discussion on synthetic biology, the multi-disciplinary field that applies engineering principles to redesign biological systems for new purposes. The panel focuses on bio-medical technologies that hold great promise for curing diseases and even counteracting human aging.

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Josh Gilder on Engineering Famine

Starting with the premise that any substance can be poisonous depending on the dose, Josh Gilder, founding partner of Reach Global Strategies argues that government policies related to synthetic pesticides, GMOs, and organic farming is reducing years of massive gains in agricultural production and is leading to declining crop yields and malnutrition.

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Microsoft, Plus, OTOY, & Rec Room: Digital and Physical Spaces for Work and Play

A panel featuring top execs at Microsoft, Plus, OTOY, and Rec Room discuss the future of work and play in both physical and digital spaces. Where will they occur and what will they look like? And what are the implications for productivity, privacy, security, and human fulfillment?

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Origin of Life: Replication (with References)

What is life and how did it originate? Many origin of life researchers claim that life started as a primitive self-replicating molecule, and evolved from there into all the complex forms of life we observe. But does the evidence support this? This video reviews obstacles to forming a self-replicating system, challenging the “RNA World” and “RNA-Peptide World” hypotheses and other Read More ›

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Heart Rate Control

Engineer Steve Laufmann discusses the heart rate control. Laufmann is co-author of the book Your Designed Body: https://www.YourDesignedBody.com Every day, your body must solve hundreds of hard engineering problems simultaneously, or else you’ll die. In the book, Your Designed Body, systems engineer Steve Laufmann and physician Howard Glicksman explore this extraordinary system of thousands of ingenious and interdependent engineering solutions Read More ›

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Biologist explains scientific challenges to Darwinian evolution

Dr. Douglas Axe, director of Biologic Institute, will be a featured speaker at the fourth annual Westminster Conference on Science and Faith on April 5-6, 2013 at Covenant Fellowship Church in the greater Philadelphia area. This year’s theme is “How Did It All Begin?” How did the universe begin? How did life start? How did complex living things arise? Explore Read More ›

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Design Patterns in the Human Body

Engineer Steve Laufmann discusses the design patterns in the human body. Laufmann is co-author of the book Your Designed Body: https://www.YourDesignedBody.com Every day, your body must solve hundreds of hard engineering problems simultaneously, or else you’ll die. In the book, Your Designed Body, systems engineer Steve Laufmann and physician Howard Glicksman explore this extraordinary system of thousands of ingenious and Read More ›

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By Design: Behe, Lennox, and Meyer on the Evidence for a Creator

Michael Behe, John Lennox, and Steven Meyer are three of the leading voices in science and academia on the case for an intelligent designer of the universe and everything in it (including us). In this wide-ranging conversation, they point out the flaws in Darwin’s theory and the increasing amount of evidence uncovered by a rigorous application of the scientific method Read More ›