John C. Lennox is professor of mathematics (emeritus) at the University of Oxford, fellow in mathematics and the philosophy of science, and pastoral adviser at Green Templeton College, Oxford. He is author of numerous books on science and the big questions, as well as the intellectual defense of Christianity. He has lectured extensively around the world and has debated many public intellectuals and cultural commentators that include Richard Dawkins, Christopher Hitchens, and Peter Singer, among others.
In response to recent popular accounts, scientist and philosopher John Lennox offers a Christian perspective on humanity's future with technological enhancement, bioengineering, and AI. Here is a thought-provoking, controversial, balanced, and engaging account of the problems raised by AI and the atheist conception of what it means to be human.