Propagating Buddhism in A.I. age

  • Phramaha Angkhan Jirapornkanda Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University, Chiang Mai Campus
  • Phrakhru Siripariyatyanusath Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University, Chiang Mai Campus
  • Phrakhru Siriboromthatpitak Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University, Chiang Mai Campus
  • Phra Nakorn Prangrit Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University, Chiang Mai Campus
Keywords: Propagation, Buddhism, A.I.


The purposes of this article were 1) to study the style and method of propagation in Buddhism 2) to analyze the Buddhist propagations’ style and method and A.I.. After the Buddha’s passing away the monks play an important role as a conservator and Dhamma communicant, they have responded this function strongly and firmly from the past to the present. Nowadays they are confronting the challenging by the modern technology especially the appearance of Artificial Intelligence (A.I.). Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) is influencing every part of human life in the modern age; education, religion, culture, politics, business, and etc., its capacity includes speech recognition, decision-making, data analysis, predictions, aural perception, and visual perception. Buddhism and the modern science such A.I. are both beneficial for human living. Buddhism aims to create spiritual happiness, while A.I. focuses on physical happiness. So, the most important thing for the Buddhist monks who play the major role in propagating Buddhism is trying to use various channel, medias and applications which is easily accessible, quickly communicated, and flexible as a good assistant for spreading the teaching of the lord Buddha.



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How to Cite
Jirapornkanda, P. A., Siripariyatyanusath, P., Siriboromthatpitak, P., & Prangrit, P. N. (2022). Propagating Buddhism in A.I. age. Buddhism and Social Responsibility in the New Normal (BUSRIN) (Lanna Journal of Buddhist Studies and Cultures), 3(1). Retrieved from