The ESDiT research consortium is regularly organizing events to discuss the ethics of disruptive technologies with other researchers and with stakeholders.
Researchers involved in the ESDiT programme are cordially invited to register!
Public Lecture: Turbulence and Climate Justice: Disruption, Displacement, and Crisis by David Schlosberg, University of Sydney
This talk will address how the increase in climate disruptions and converging crises can be understood as environmental and climate injustice. It addresses two different conceptual issues stemming from the climate and environmental crises – two distinct but intersecting claims on turbulence and justice in a very unsettled environment. First, the reality of turbulence or […]
Within the ESDiT (Ethics of Socially Disruptive Technologies) project, the working group on “Attention Economy” organizes an online seminar “From the Attention Economy to a Politics of Curiosity”.
HHAI aims for AI systems that assist humans and vice versa, emphasizing the need for adaptive, collaborative, responsible, interactive and human-centered intelligent systems that leverage human strengths and compensate for human weaknesses, while taking into account social, ethical and legal considerations.
Within the ESDiT (Ethics of Socially Disruptive Technologies) project, the working group on “Attention Economy” organizes an online seminar on “Repurposing Persuasive Technologies for Digital Well-Being” “Attending as practice in the attention economy”.
This event is only accessible for ESDiT fellows. Registration for the Away Days is required, the deadline for registration is May 12.
The Japanese Society for Science and Technology Studies (JSSTS) will host the 23rd biennial international conference of the Society for Philosophy and Technology. The conference theme is “Technology and Mobility.”
Researchers involved in the ESDIT program are cordially invited to register!
Within the ESDiT (Ethics of Socially Disruptive Technologies) project, the working group on “Attention Economy” organizes an online seminar on ‘The attention of ethics’ as part of the series “Attending as practice in the attention economy”.
Our event calendar features:
- Internal ESDIT events (just for ESDIT fellows)
- ESDIT events that are by invitation only
- Public ESDIT events aimed at various target groups
- Selected events by external organizers
So please check the event info to see if an event is also meant for you!