Dr. Oliver Subotic Dr. Oliver Subotic Dr. Oliver Subotic, Presbyter of the SPC (Serbian Orthodox Church) and the founder of the "Petar Mandic" Endowment will hold a lecture on artificial intelligence. "The ethical challenges of artificial intelligence" The lecture on a very current topic of artificial intelligence will be held on 31st May 2023 at the Matica Srpska and participants will, apart from the representative of the "Petar Mandic" Endowment, also include the representative of the Institute for Artificial Intelligence of Serbia. Follow the lecture via a "livestream"! Follow the lecture via a "livestream"! If you are interested in the topic of artificial intelligence, but are unable to personally attend the lecture at the Matica Srpska, follow the "Petar Mandic" Endowment online, which will enable you to follow the conference on artificial intelligence live. After filling in the form, you will be sent a link for the "livestream", so you will be able to follow the lecture wherever you happen to be at that particular time. The details of the lecture The influence of artificial intelligence on human society is currently a number one topic amongst the leading world intellectuals. Apart from the issues of its practical use and the prediction of its future trends, a critical discourse has been opened on the subject of its ethical challenges, which are already worrying the intellectual elite, along with the challenges looming in the future. Artificial intelligence will be examined using a 3K methodology in the lecture, for a precise evaluation of its essence and open manifestations, followed by a review of the possibility of restricting its use and the control of its future development, bearing in mind, first and foremost, its ethical perspective. About Presbyter Oliver Subotic Dr. Oliver Subotic is a priest of the Serbian Orthodox Church, with a Degree in Engineering, an Ma in Theology and a Phd in Social Sciences. He was born in Nova Varos, a small town at the foothills of Mount Zlatar, where back in the eighties he acquired basic computer skills. He was the first manager of the Centre for the Study and Use of Modern Technologies within the Serbian Orthodox Church. He has turned his thoughts on the influence of information technologies on man and the contemporary society into several books: Man and Information Technologies: an Orthodox perspective (2006, 2013); The Biometric System of Identification: a critical study (2007); Church and globalisation (2009, 2014); Information society (2011); The digital challenge: Christian ways in the civilization of the binary code (2012, 2014). He studied in great detail the protection of citizens’ privacy rights in an information society. He is the founder of the "Petar Mandic" Endowment, a charitable institution which preserves the memory of Tesla's priestly ancestors.