"Progress becomes development when it is governed by ethical choices", Monsignor Paglia interviewed by Ofcs.report

During a conversation with Ofcs.report , the president of the Pontifical Academy for Life, Monsignor Vincenzo Paglia, discussed the role ...


During a conversation with Ofcs.report, the president of the Pontifical Academy for Life, Monsignor Vincenzo Paglia, discussed the role of the Catholic Church in an important passage of our contemporary reality. "Progress becomes development when it is governed by ethical choices," he explained, "which is why it is very important to clarify the semantic meaning of ethics, because when you are accurate in the declination of meaning, you become consistent with the linguistic expressions 'ethical dimension' and 'anthropocentric approach'. In this way, in full transparency, emerging technologies must also be convergent towards a digital revolution that represents a RenAIssance, a new humanism. We are elaborating a Call for Ethics - he added - that will lead to a critical evaluation of the effects of these technologies, of the risks they entail, of possible ways of regulation, also on an educational level". The paper in project will address the challenges in the ethical, regulatory and health fields and will be shared with Microsoft and IBM during the event "RenAIssance: for a Humanistic Artificial Intelligence" to be held next February 28, at the Auditorium of the Pontifical Academy for Life.

"When there is 'algocracy' there must also be 'algoretic'". Monsignor Paglia, has no doubt: "The technological dimension is at the service of humanity, otherwise it doubles discrimination". The Vatican, therefore, also questions the prospects of artificial intelligence. While the European Commission has announced for next February 19 the presentation of the "White Paper" on artificial intelligence, the Catholic Church insists on calling for a sense of responsibility on the indispensable "ethical question" of technological progress. Together with the digital giants, Microsoft and IBM, it has accepted the challenge to support all the actors of the scientific, political and social community involved in various ways, in the enterprise of building a new and fair "digital humanism" on the basis of human values.

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