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Interfaith Now

In search of myself

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As we grow older, we tend to question the fundamental dogmas of life. This questioning typically starts when life starts to crumble. They can emerge when we face illnesses, failures or even death. The reasons can be endless. What’s for sure is that one fine day, we wake up from our daily life and start pondering on some existential questions.

The following is an account of some of my pondering. I am writing it not to get anyone…

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Alexiei Dingli

Alexiei Dingli

Professor of #AI at @uniofmalta, @AIMalta, Co-organiser at #GDGMalta

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