Learn about Applications and Ethics of AI Solutions for Christian Authors and Publishers with Micah Voraritskul and Anna Shirochenskaya – available through our webinar library.
Technology continues to disrupt publishing. It appears Generative AI is here to stay and will continue to advance rapidly. How do you manage the use of AI tools? Have you set up your “guard rails”? Learn how to create boundaries for the ethical and legal use of AI and discover emerging helpful applications to assist you in your writing and publishing ministry.
Micah Voraritskul is the founder of VerifiedHuman™, a startup providing a secure platform for verifying the human authorship, creation, and composition of writers, visual artists and musicians. He is also a certified scrum master (CSM) and has effectively managed projects and teams of all sizes.
In addition to being an entrepreneur, Micah is a writer and marketing consultant at The Sharp Pencil, where he offers copywriting, editing, website development, and project management services. “Writing is not only a skill but also my passion and mission,” Micah says. “I believe that words have the power to inspire, inform and transform.”
Micah has written for various clients and publications, including the Walter Hooper Papers, a collection of letters and documents by C.S. Lewis’ secretary and chief memoirist. He has also contributed Hope Places, EQUIP Leadership and the Metro Richmond Pastors Statement–which have raised millions of dollars and promoted social justice.
Anna Shirochenskaya is director of Triad Christian Publishing in Moscow. Triad seeks to connect Christianity to real-life issues. Anna is also an “underground writer,” penning short stories during her subway commute. Before her publishing career, she worked as an economist in Russia’s Foreign Trade Ministry. Having married a Spaniard, Anna now resides in Oviedo, Spain. Anna is Vice Chair of MAI-Europe.