Here you will find a list of upcoming conferences related to science and religion. If you know of one not listed below, feel free to submit it to Mark McEwan ( (Not limited to Canada)

Institute on Religion in an Age of Science
"Artificial Intelligence Turns Deep: Who’s In Control?"
  • Sat, Jun 23, 2018 - Sat, Jun 30, 2018
  • Institute on Religion in an Age of Science, Star Island 30 Middle Street, Portsmouth, NH
  • From early myths of artificially created beings to today, the question “who’s in control” has troubled us. The future of AI is likely to have powerful consequences related to jobs, income distribution, social justice and our polity in general. On the 50th anniversary of 2001, IRAS returns to considering the prospects, opportunities and dangers of Artificial Intelligence (AI), first discussed at an IRAS summer conference in 1968 by Marvin Minsky, a founder of AI research and consultant to Stanley Kubrick and Arthur C. Clarke as they directed and created 2001. Join us, as we consider both how AI will shape the future of humanity, and how we can insure that AI benefits society.
"Bioethics & Biotechnology"
  • Fri, Jul 27, 2018 - Mon, Jul 30, 2018
  • Gordon College, 255 Grapevine Rd, Wenham, MA
  • The American Scientific Affiliation (ASA) invites you to participate in its annual conference in beautiful Wenham, MA. The conference will feature outstanding plenary speakers, two workshops, parallel sessions, a poster session, clambake, field trips, and more! Full brochure and registration will be available soon.
Saskatchewan Center for Science & Religion
"Our Place in the Gosmos?: Humanity, Spirituality, and the Awesome Universe"
  • Mon, Aug 13, 2018 - Tue, Aug 14, 2018
  • St. Thomas More College, Saskatoon, SK

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There is no need to check up on conferences hosted by prominent, well-known, trusted science-religion groups, such as ASA, CSCA, Biologos, Christians in Science (CiS), the Ian Ramsey Centre, etc. But if you don’t recognize and trust the organization, CSCA recommends checking into it before registering or submitting anything.