Religion and Technology in the 21st Century: Faith in the E-World: Faith in the E-World

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George, Susan Ella
Idea Group Inc (IGI), May 31, 2006 - Philosophy - 272 pages

Technology has impacted every area of life, including religion. The use of sound systems and computers in public religious expression is just one way technology is being used in religious circles. Yet, what is often overlooked is the way that religion is shaping technology through philosophy and morality.

Religion and Technology in the 21st Century: Faith in the E-World examines the relationship of the two areas, and provides insight into the impacts religion and technology have on humanity. In examining the dual impact, the book points to a synergy that has traditionally been missed in previous research into technology or religion.

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Susan E. George received her BSc and PhD in computer science from the University of Reading, UK and MSc in Knowledge-Based Systems from Edinburgh University, UK. Dr. George has undertaken postdoctoral research at both the University of Wales (UK) and University of South Australia. She is currently a senior lecturer in Computer and Information Science at the University of South Australia. Her research interests include artificial neural networks and pattern recognition with applications in various fields. [Editor]

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