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Considered one of the most provocative ethical issues facing the 21st century, this seminar will examine cutting edge advances in AI (Artificial Intelligence), its legal and moral issues and what the Talmud says about AI, the nature of the mind and freewill.

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Audio only. A comparison of US law and Talmudic law.
Two topics presented by Rabbi Yechiel Biberfeld, David Kurland Esq, and Alan Liss Esq.

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Audio Only. The ethics of patenting the human genome and other biological material under US law and Talmudic ethics. Presented by Alan Nadel, Esq., Patent Attorney and former Biochemist at the NIH and Rabbi Mordechai Becher, Adjunct Professor, James, Striar School, YU

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Audio file. Civil disputes and damages. When one may adjudicate and act on one's own behalf without resorting to the authorities. US law and Talmudic law and ethics compared. With Rabbi Yechiel Biberfeld and Simon Rosen, Esq.

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Audio file. US law contrasted with Talmudic Law in Light of the 2014 Westboro Baptist Church Funeral Picketing Matter

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When is something considered owner-less and up for grabs? Does the Talmud believe in finders keepers losers weepers? Does artwork and valuables retrieved from the Holocaust still belong to their original owners?

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The Jewish view on donating ones body to medical science and for saving lives.

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Class 1: Warfare and the Ethics of Collateral Damage, Class 2: The Employer-Employee Relationship

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The Jewish view on the value of life, afterlife, the meaning of Jewish burial customs and their legal and ethical impact on end of life issues.  With Rabbi Elchonon Zohn, Founder and President of the National Chevra Kadisha

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Rebecca Glenn-Dinwoodie, Esq., Director of Humane Litigation, PA Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and Rabbi Naftoli Eisemann, Jewish Educator and Kashrut Administrator, Keystone-K, Philadelphia

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