A Redemptive Use of Artificial Intelligence (Interview w/ Luke and Jennifer Richey)
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On this episode, augmented reality gaming company co-founders Luke and Jennifer Richey share how they’re leveraging artificial intelligence for a Christ-centered purpose.

Luke Richey, a software coding prodigy from a young age, co-founded Gravity Jack, Inc. in 2009, pioneering mobile-based Augmented Reality. With prior success in startups and a strong patent portfolio, he established the company as an industry leader.

Jennifer Richey, hailing from southern California, is a tech futurist and entrepreneur. She entered the tech world in 2002, serving as CFO for Tometa Software, which was acquired in 2007. Later, she played the same role at Play Xpert and played a pivotal role in founding Gravity Jack in 2009.

Together, Luke and Jen, Co-founder and Executive at Gravity Jack, are the visionaries behind the groundbreaking Augmented Reality/Artificial Intelligence video game, "The Wartribe of Binyamin." This game represents a leap forward in both gaming and global impact, and it offers a unique opportunity for investors to share in its equity—a rarity in crowdfunding.

Gravity Jack website: https://www.gravityjack.com/ Wartribe of Binyamin promo video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ggur82LNJyE Wartribe of Binyamin X (formerly Twitter): https://twitter.com/TheWarTribe

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