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Michael Burns is an assistant professor in the biology department at Loyola University Chicago. His biomedical research focuses on understanding interactions between bacteria and human cancers, using large sequencing datasets and advanced computational approaches. He also works extensively on interdisciplinary teaching and community outreach projects to foster good-faith dialogue between diverse groups and to promote science outreach within faith communities.

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Politics & SocietyFaith and Reason
Michael BurnsJoseph Vukov
New forms of A.I. raise pressing ethical and philosophical questions that must be addressed by Catholics and, for that matter, all people of good will.