Max Jeganathan is the Asia-Pacific Regional Director of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries. He leads a team of pioneering apologist-evangelists and speaks around Asia on how the Christian faith answers the deepest questions of life.
Max has spoken in banks, businesses, universities, government, and political institutions, as well as in debates and at churches and conferences. He is passionate about the power of the gospel of Jesus Christ to transform lives.
Born in Sri Lanka, Max’s family moved to Australia as refugees in the mid 1980s. He has worked as a lawyer and a political and policy adviser in the Australian National Parliament, including time as an adviser to a senior Cabinet Minister and as Senior Social Policy Adviser to the leader of the Australian Opposition. Max was educated at the Australian National University and the University of Oxford.
Max lives in Singapore with his wife, Fiona, and their two young children.
Areas of Interest: The relationships between faith, politics, public policy, economics, and moral reasoning.
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Max Jeganathan, Stuart McAllister, Tejdor Tiewsoh
What does God have to do with Artificial Intelligence?
FaithTech Asia Virtual Summit
"Discovering Tech in Faith"
Asia is one of the best outsourcing locations in the world for IT services because of its tech skills availability and competitive labor cost.
In this regard, a lot of the Christian tech people in Asia have limited knowledge and understanding of how to use their God-given tech skills in building God's kingdom. Many still don't know how to connect technology to their faith. For this summit, we will provide practical ways to inspire the participants to use their tech skills or help them discover where God is calling them to make an impact for His glory through tech.
Talk Summary: More than ever people are searching for meaning in the workplace and in life. As the communications and technological revolutions roll on, artificial intelligence lingers as a coming catalyst for social, economic and cultural change. How can we make sense of AI and what does it have to do with the big questions of life...God, meaning, purpose and flourishing?