Why do some messages get shared in a community, while others seem to disappear the moment they hit the ether? The act of sharing is the true benchmark of a message that sticks – a message that influences others – and sharing happens in a community. Understanding the community is the key to what I call shareability.
If our machines now have knowledge that we’ll never understand, does that make them worthy of our worship? Apparently one robotics engineer thinks so. This introduces a question worth consideration. What are the theological implications of modern technology? In other words, should we have a theology of technology?