Torah && Tech: Discussions at the Intersection of Torah and Technology

Torah && Tech: Discussions at the Intersection of Torah and Technology

by Yechiel Kalmenson, Ben Greenberg


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Technology is in dire need of ethical consideration.

Torah && Tech is a discussion at the intersection of one of the world's oldest wisdom traditions and the modern technological world.

How do we understand artificial intelligence? What is mentorship in a fast-paced business environment? Who owns code? What is the role of self-interest? These and many other questions are covered in this volume of ideas from two rabbis turned software developers.

Ethics and technology are not an either/or proposition. The two must walk hand-in-hand in order to shape the ever-evolving world around us for the good and betterment of all people. Torah && Tech is an exploration into that crucial conversation.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781735021706
Publisher: Benjamin Greenberg
Publication date: 06/01/2020
Pages: 142
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.33(d)

About the Author

Rabbi Yechiel Kalmenson received his rabbinic ordination at the Central Lubavitch Yeshivah in New York. He traveled the world volunteering at various Chabad Houses and yeshivahs and served for several years as an assistant rabbi in North Woodmere, NY while teaching Judaic Studies at the Jewish Online School. He currently works as an engineer at VMware and lives with his family in New Jersey. He can be reached at

Rabbi Ben Greenberg served in different positions of Jewish communal life for over a decade before transitioning to a career in tech. He was the Orthodox Union and Hillel campus rabbi and Orthodox chaplain for Harvard University, a synagogue rabbi in Denver, Colorado, and worked in strategic planning at the UJA-Federation of New York. He has written extensively for publications such as MyJewishLearning, The Boston Globe, The Denver Post, Time Magazine, The Huffington Post, and others. He is also the editor of Twitter Torah and author of Covenantal Promise and Destiny. He currently works as a developer advocate at Vonage and lives with his family in Israel. He can be reached at

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