Becoming Human: The experience of Jean Vanier and L’Arche

Jean Vanier, founder of L’Arche and Faith and Light, provides an unparalleled example of what it means to cross the divide. His life’s work was devoted to generating communities that not only embrace young people and adults with intellectual disabilities, but that foster relationships of “mutual respect, care, and love” between those with and without disability.

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“His seeing caused me to begin to see”: Looking at Race and Reality with James Baldwin

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Inside and outside the black box. What Artificial Intelligence means, for real.

This exhibition aims at educating the general public about the latest technology developments described by the mainstream term "Artificial Intelligence" (AI) through a journey between the known and the unknown, the fictional versions, and the reality of software. What are technical professionals and academics learning about building and using "artificially intelligent" software? What questions does AI raise about the nature of intelligence, the human being, our work, desires, and purpose?

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“His seeing caused me to begin to see”: Looking at Race and Reality with James Baldwin
Beauford Delaney (1901–1979), Portrait of James Baldwin, 1945, oil on canvas, Philadelphia Museum of Art