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"Thou shalt forbear to pass by him; thou shalt surely release it with him"

Animals, slaves and robots: a discourse of rights and obligations in law, philosophy, and halakhah. February 21

Big Data and Our Humanity

Big Data constantly open's new horizons of knowledge. These days we can tell the age of the universe, monitor the behavior of societies and individuals, and learn about the implications of pollution. The question we need to ask ourselves is how to treat all this data? Do we use it in order to develop our beliefs, or we ignore it as if it is a fraud? Do we track people in order to sell them more products they don’t really need, or are we using the data for early diagnosis of diseases? Do we ignore the global warming, or restrain our consuming? The fact that many people are joining worldwide projects of good deeds, brings the hope that humanity has the ability to treat properly the message that is brought by Big Data.  

Big Data and Our Humanity

Big Data and Our Humanity
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How to treat the knowledge we have from Big Data?

Two Communities, Striving for Harmony

Two Communities, Striving for Harmony
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Dr. James Tour, professor of chemistry, nanoengineering, and computer science at Rice University, speaks passionately about the conflicting world views facing the religious and scientific communities.

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