About Mois Navon

Mois Navon is one of the founding engineers of Mobileye, where he designed the EyeQ family of SoC (System On a Chip) – the chip powering the autonomous vehicle revolution.  Mois is also an ordained rabbi who has published numerous articles on Jewish law and lore.  Working at the intersection of Torah U’Madda, he is currently a pursuing his PhD at the department of Jewish Philosophy at Bar Ilan University where his thesis seeks to apply Jewish philosophy to address the ethical questions arising in the field of artificial intelligence.  In this vein, he teaches a course on “Ethics in Big Data and Artificial Intelligence” at Ben Gurion University and Yeshiva University.

Inside Divrei Navon

Writings – Publications covering a broad range of topics in the realms of Jewish law and lore – ranging from biblical interpretation (parshanut) and Jewish law (halacha) to philosophy (machshevet) and technology. 

Lectures – Over 500 teachings, class lectures (shiurim) and sermons (drashot); in the form of source sheets, written out lectures, many available with audio and/or video.

Ethics & AI – Lectures and essays on the ethical dimensions of emerging technologies, including discussions on the big issues in big data; dilemmas in autonomous systems, robotics, and more… 

News – Interviews, articles and media discussions with Mois covering a myriad of topics, including: robots, transportation, technology, religion, philosophy, ethics, and more…

Tekhelet – Lectures and essays on the topic of the biblical blue, combining Torah and science in an effort to revive the long lost biblical commandment – many available with audio and/or video.

Pop Media – Essays that delve into the philosophical themes underlying popular media, be it a song, movie, or painting.


Featured Videos

Hath Man No Advantage Over Machine? On Generative AI and Human Creativity

Generative AI has taken the world by storm. It is so creative that it is causing us to question what exactly is our unique worth.  What, then, is our advantage over machine?

Technology / Ethics (English)

Autonomous Weapons Systems and Human Dignity

Autonomous Weapons Systems are the next revolution in warfare. In this short talk I discuss the ethics surrounding their deployment, and specifically the issue of human dignity – from a Jewish Ethical perspective.

Technology / Ethics (English)​

The Moral Status of a Humanoid

One of the most intriguing, most promising, and most worrying technologies coming online is that of Social Robots – how are we to interact with them?

Technology / Ethics (English)​

Latest Lectures

Seventy: A Complete Diversity

Diversity is the watchword of our current milieu. Unfortunately, it has taken on the very restricted sense of being inclusive of minorities, etc.. While inclusiveness is an important value, the great power of diversity lies not merely in acceptance of the other but in learning from the other. In this

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