Artificial intelligence has opened a world of possibilities to mission organisations operating on a budget, but how much AI is too much AI?
AI can allow us to write a fundraising letter in a matter of seconds or create a lifelike photograph from a part of the world that we’ve never visited. But, just because it’s possible, is it OK? Could too much AI damage our reputations and relationships with valued supporters? How much AI is too much AI?
If you are involved in communicating about your mission as a writer, photographer or videographer, or if you manage communications teams, I want to invite you to contribute to a conversation about the use of AI and the factors we need to consider when deciding where we draw the line. Bring your thoughts, questions and reflections about this emerging technology and be prepared to contribute to the discussion.
Phil Prior lives in Totton on the edge of the New Forest with his wife and two daughters. He works as the Director for Communication with the Wycliffe Global Alliance, connecting more than 100 organisations involved in the Bible translation movement.
Phil holds a master’s degree in marketing management and has almost 20 years of experience working in marketing and communications.
The event starts at 2:00pm (waiting room open from 1:50pm) and finishes at 3:30pm.
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Please note: bookings will close at 10:00am on 18th October.