Future Humans, Human Futures

For several centuries now, at least, humans have defined being human based upon a notion predicated on our ability to think and to reason. Our worship service this Sunday will explore what it means to be human in an age where machines can also think and reason and make decisions that might contradict human reason and thought. What challenges does this emergence of intelligent machines present to our ideas about spirituality and religion and human values and morals? What does it mean to be human in an age of intelligent machines?