Five Questions about Truth: Emma Briant

Dr Briant is one of the key researchers who uncovered the Cambridge Analytica scandal in 2018. She is an internationally recognized expert on information warfare and propaganda. In this video she share with me her observations on truth.

Five Questions about Truth: Reg Bailey

Reg Bailey CBE – whose roles embrace the YMCA, ASA and BBFC – talks about how websites use dark patterns to trick users into behaviour that benefits the website.

Five Questions about Truth: Prabhu Guptara

Prabhu has never confined himself to one genre or one theme. His writing covers business, poetry, literature, philosophy and spirituality. He describes himself as a “Hindu follower of Jesus”. In this video, he shares his views about the value of truth in today’s world.

Five Questions about Truth: Tim Marshall

Tim Marshall has enjoyed an illustrious career in TV, New Media, digital networks, business and the charitable sector. In this video he reflects on the place of truth in today’s world.

Can a Machine be Conscious?

Is artificial consciousness possible? Could we create a machine with an inner mental life of feeling and experience like ours? To do so would mean solving these two hard problems.

Five Questions about Truth: Andrew Leake

Rural development consultant, Andrew Leake, has documented the effects of deforestation. In this conversation he talks about how affect the lives of people in South America.

Things Invisible

The Church says that God made “all things visible and invisible”. But what are these invisible things? Do they really exist? And can we believe in a God we cannot see?

Five Questions about Truth: Peter Crumpler

There is a pandemic of disinformation. The value of truth is changing in society. Our Where is Truth Now? project is seeking to address this issue from a faith perspective.

The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence

I’ve been thinking recently about the ethics of Artificial Intelligence (AI). As I’ve done so, I’ve realised that AI raises many distinctly different questions. Here are six issues that are not so often thought about.