Philip Butler is an Assistant Professor of Theology and Posthuman Artificial Intelligence Systems at Iliff School of Theology. He is also the founder of the Seekr Project, a distinctly Black conversational artificial intelligence with mental health capacities. His work primarily focuses on the intersection of neuroscience, technology, spirituality and race. He has designed artificial cognitive architectures for synthetic evolving life forms (SELF), presented on spiritually regulating brain computer interfaces, and is the founder of the Seekr Project: A distinctly Black artificial intelligence with mental health capabilities. He is also the author of Black Transhuman Liberation Theology: Spirituality and Technology.