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POPE FRANCIS’S PRAYER INTENTION FOR NOVEMBER 2020:
We pray that the progress of robotics and artificial intelligence may always serve humankind.
Watch Pope’s Video on AI:
Do you know how much artificial intelligence is going to change your life? A lot? No. Much more than you […]
Prayer for the month of November
you created your children with love
and you gave them intelligence and creativity,
capable of promoting progress and happiness
of all humankind.
Send your Spirit on those who work
in the advancement of science and technology,
so that they can bear very abundant fruits,
and always be motivated
for the greater good of the human person,
of society and of our planet.
Reflection for November
The rapid growth of Artificial Intelligence (AI) offers many opportunities, but it also poses many dangers. There are so many ways in which we could use AI for social good, but over the last few years it has become apparent that there are potentially a lot of unintended consequences…
AI is present in the way social media feeds are organised;
the way predictive searches show up on Google;
the way robots are replacing humans at workplace;
how algorithms make automated trading in stock markets;
how detection of diseases are being made in advance using AI;
how robots are helping the elderly and sick;
how automatic translation from one language to another is made;
it is present in facial recognition technologies;
it is present in modern warfare where drones and robots are fighting…
- Fr. Joseph Puliparambil, SJ
Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network (United States & Caanda)
Fr. Joe Laramie, SJ, Regional Director of the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network (USA & Canada), reflects on prayer and growing closer to Jesus Christ.
Watch: [Video] Fridays from the Heart with Fr. Joe Laramie (November 2, 2020)
Everyone is so busy, and yet inescapably hungering for meaning and fulfilment in their lives.
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1st April 2020
20th Anniversary of “DGEMS” Gospel ministry of evangelising God’s Word of Salvation to all peoples.
We hope and pray that you have been enriched in your faith through this ministry.
May you continue to abide in Jesus’ Words of Wisdom, “Make My Word your home and you will indeed by My disciple.”
Fr Philip Heng, S.J.