Wesley Wildman

Prof. Wesley Wildman Featured in BU Today for Publishing his First Fiction Novel

The following is an excerpt from BU Today’s article “Wesley Wildman on the Challenges and Joys of Writing Fiction after Work for Academic Audiences” by Steve Holt, featuring Professor of Philosophy, Theology, and Ethics Wesley Wildman, published on September 26, 2023.  … The process was at times arduous and refining for an academician whose scholarship centers […]

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Prof. Wesley Wildman featured in Boston Globe: Colleges dealing with AI

The following is an excerpt from The Boston Globe’s article “Months after ChatGPT’s noisy debut, colleges take differing approaches to dealing with AI” by Jeremy C. Fox, featuring Professor of Theology, Philosophy, and Ethics Wesley Wildman. Click here to read the full article. … At Boston University, students in professor Wesley J. Wildman’s Data, Society, and Ethics […]

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Prof. Wesley Wildman featured in BU Today: AI in Political Propaganda

The following is an excerpt from BU Today’s article “Is Trump’s Indictment Good for Democracy?” by Joel Brown, featuring Professor of Theology, Philosophy, and Ethics Wesley Wildman. Click here to read the full article. … Recently artificial intelligence has been a big story in part for its ability to create deep fakes in images, audio, and […]

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Prof. Wesley Wildman hosts “Ask Me Anything” Forum on Social Platform Reddit

On Monday, February 27, Professor of Philosophy, Theology, and Ethics Wesley Wildman hosted a live “Ask Me Anything” forum on social platform Reddit. Prof. Wildman invited Reddit users to ask him anything about “the ethics of AI [artificial intelligence] text generation in education.” He answered questions “What do you see as the principal ethical risk […]

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Prof. Wesley Wildman featured in BU Today: Ethics of ChatGPT in the Classroom

The following is an excerpt from BU Today’s article “Why ChatGPT is Both Exciting and Unsettling for Students, Faculty” by Joel Brown, featuring Professor of Theology, Philosophy, and Ethics Wesley Wildman. Click here to read the full article. BU data science class takes a first step toward crafting a strategy for dealing with the artificial intelligence […]

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Prof. Wesley Wildman Featured in BU Bostonia Article on Sleep Disorders and Treatments

The following is an excerpt from Bostonia’s article “Understanding Sleep and Future Sleep Disorder Treatments” by Jessica Colarossi, featuring Professor of Philosophy, Theology and Ethics Wesley Wildman, published on May 16, 2022. Click here to read the full article. Brain “Washing” and Why We Have Nightmares … Whether dreams have any purpose has been debated and […]

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Prof. Wesley Wildman Appointed as Co-Leader of New BU Hariri Institute for Computing Research Program

The Boston University School of Theology (STH), together with the Boston University Hariri Institute for Computing, are excited to announce that STH faculty member Wesley Wildman, Professor of Philosophy, Theology, and Ethics, has been appointed as a co-leader to a new Hariri Institute for Computing, Boston University Focused Research Program for his computational and data-driven […]

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