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1. Biography: Adrian Wyard
Adrian Wyard Executive Director, Counterbalance Foundation. Adrian Wyard earned a Masters degree in Science and Religion from the University of Oxford. Prior to forming Counterbalance in 1998 he worked for Microsoft Corporation
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2. Science and Suffering Topic: Epilogue
much from these discussions? Adrian Wyard , co-director of the Science and Suffering conference, presented his own personal attempt to tie the academic treatment of Christian theology’s “problem of evil” with his own
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3. Information Science Topic: No Thinking Necessary?
Feedback | Contributed by: Adrian Wyard
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4. Information Science Topic: Techniques for Identifying Agency
Feedback | Contributed by: Adrian Wyard
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5. Information Science Topic: Digital Computers will Always be Machines
Feedback | Contributed by: Adrian Wyard
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6. Information Science Topic: Machines and Beings
Feedback | Contributed by: Adrian Wyard
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7. Information Science Topic: Embodied Robotics and Emergent Behaviours
Feedback | Contributed by: Adrian Wyard
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8. Information Science Topic: Agency in Machines, Biology, and Humans
Feedback | Contributed by: Adrian Wyard
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9. Subject Home: Computing
Information Technology... (Adrian Wyard , 6 topics) Genomics, Nanotechnology and Robotics... (Bill Joy ) Creativity, Spirituality and Computing Technologies... Interviews
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10. Theme Home: The Future
Information Technology... (Adrian Wyard , 6 topics) Eschatology, Immortality, and the Future of the Cosmos (Berkeley 2001) Genomics, Nanotechnology and Robotics... (Bill Joy )
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