Digital mission - 2
We need to be present at the wells, the pools and the marketplaces just as Jesus was in our online communities. Where could these be for you? Could it be the local Facebook group, local hashtags, local business social media?
Digital mission - 1
How can we as Christians, as church communities, mark success as digital missionaries? The danger is that we could get sucked into the influencer culture - narcissistic, chasing mass approval and likes. What can we do differently?
R;pple - suicide prevention technology
Alice Hendy lost her brother Josh, 21, on 25/11/2020 to suicide. Josh had been researching how to take his own life via harmful internet searches. In order to prevent more suicides, Alice set up R;pple to discretely intercept harmful searches.
Smart videos for curious minds
An award-winning collection of 5,000+ child-friendly videos, curated for teachers and parents who want to share smarter, more meaningful media in the classroom and at home. And it’s free and available for everyone.
Using tech to help people get back into work
Held over 3 days, Hack2Work brought together over 150 people from many backgrounds to develop innovative digital solutions to help people back into employment post-pandemic. There were 2 winning teams..
The hidden impact of the smartphone industry
20 years ago we couldn't imagine a smartphone and now we can't live without one. Our constant demand for newer and better phones has a huge impact on the environment. One manufacturer is trying to change this..
Online - The Robot Will See You Now - AI and Ethics
In the last decade, technology that used to belong in science fiction has become a reality in our world.
Artificial intelligence (AI) now plays a key role in daily activities as varied as getting a medical diagnosis or asking your satnav for directions. Big businesses are using AI to serve you exactly the right advert at exactly the right time. And some countries are already preparing for a future where there’s a reduced need – or desire – for human work, as AI does an increasing number of jobs for us.
AI has brought huge leaps forward in the ease and convenience of life and work. But that ‘progress’ also raises important social and ethical issues. How are we to relate to other people? What direction do we want to move in as a society? And, at the most basic level, what does it mean to be human?
New technology, old questions. So what might a millennia-old faith have to say to AI’s impact on our work, our relationships, and our medical treatment? Join Prof John Wyatt as he explores the answers to that very question.
In-Person - Kingdom Code London Meetup
@London City Mission, Nasmith House 175 Tower Bridge Road London
It's been over two years since the last Kingdom Code meetup and it's great to be back! Whether you have just heard about Kingdom Code, were a regular member in the before times, or somewhere in between… join the community of Christian technologists and innovators as we jump into the conversation of how our Christian faith and our technological skillset intersect.