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On this episode of ID the Future, software engineer Brendan Dixon continues his discussion of artificial intelligence, looking at the about the future of autonomous machines and the issues that can arise.

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On this episode of ID The Future, Casey Luskin critiques some of the macroevolutionary “gems” from Nature’s Evolution-Evangelism packet, including whale evolution, feathered dinosaurs, and Tiktaalik. Listen in as he explains why predictions about Tiktaalik from leading evolutionary scientists such as Jerry Coyne and the National Academy of Sciences were overturned by the discovery of 397 million year old tetrapod tracks in early 2010.

For more on the "Evolutionary Gems," check out Evolution News & Views.

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On this episode of ID the Future, hear from software engineer Brendan Dixon as he compares the human brain to artificial intelligence. He argues that the metaphor of the brain being like a computer is grossly insufficient--to the point of being false—and discusses why we should have a cautious approach to AI.

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On this episode of ID the Future, Casey Luskin examines the lament of some Darwinists that new PhDs aren’t being taught enough about evolution. How can “a generation of biologists without an adequate background in evolution” work as scientists? Tune in to find out the answer is so obvious that few committed evolutionists will accept it.

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On this episode of ID the Future, Casey Luskin talks with bioethicist Wesley J. Smith about an article he wrote at First Things. In this article, Smith responds to an accusation that he is "anti-science" for suggesting that science should have ethical boundaries. Listen in as Luskin and Smith discuss how the "anti-science" label, along with similar terms, is often used to try and suppress dialogue and protect scientific orthodoxy.

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On this episode of ID the Future, Dr. Dominic Halsmer, Dean of the College of Science and Engineering at Oral Roberts University, shares how he became fascinated by science and engineering. Great pedagogy involves making education fun, a principle he learned at a young age. Listen to his stories of scientific experiments (and mishaps) in his family and how he came to understand intelligent design as a scientific enterprise.

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On this episode of ID the Future, Casey Luskin continues his series responding to Nature's evolution evangelism packet, taking a look at truly interesting research that has nothing to do with natural selection, common ancestry or Darwin's theory.

For more on the "Evolutionary Gems," check out Evolution News & Views.

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On this episode of ID the Future, Steve Laufman is on the show to discuss a recent article he published at Evolution News, in which he examines the heart of the debate of whether biology is engineering. Laufmann discusses systems engineering, the improbability of a system assembling by chance, and notes that “the value of the system as a whole is derived largely from the relationship of the parts.”

Mr. Laufmann is a consultant in the growing field of Enterprise Architecture, dealing with the design of very large, very complex, composite information systems that are orchestrated to perform specified tasks in demanding environments.

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On this episode of ID the Future, Steve Laufman is on the show to discuss a recent article he published at Evolution News, in which he examines the heart of the debate of whether intelligent design is science. Laufman discusses the application of demarcation criteria, as well as the role of worldview and bias.

Mr. Laufmann is a consultant in the growing field of Enterprise Architecture, dealing with the design of very large, very complex, composite information systems that are orchestrated to perform specified tasks in demanding environments.

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On this episode of ID the Future, Sarah Chaffee discusses several recent articles on the 2008 Louisiana Science Education Act (LSEA). She clarifies several misconceptions surrounding the LSEA, and highlights the benefits of the act.

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