IAPh 2021: Artificial Intelligence and more

A number of talks in our technology section focus on artificial intelligence - learn more about what women philosophers have to say on AI and other topics at the IAPh 2021!

  • Louise Richardson-Self, University of Tasmania, Australia: “Hate Speech Against Women Online: Concepts and Countermeasures”
  • Jing-Li Hong, Chang Jung Christian University, Taiwan: “A look at civic engagement from a perspective of heterogeneity using Foucault‘s notion of heterotopias”
  • Dominica Czakon, Jagiellonian University, Poland: “Rethinking Women’s Identity – Philosophical Analysis of Selected Work of Art. Olympia in Mother Of The Future (2004) by Joel-Peter Witkin as a (Female) Transhuman Subject”
  • Shelley Park, University of Central Florida, USA: “From Care-o-Bot to HUMANS: (Psycho)analysing Tech’s Uncanny Valley Problem”
  • Ziyi Liu, Tsing Hua, P.R. China: “Legislation on mental health surveillance in China: some ethical concerns”
  • Pujarini Das, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India: “Free Will, Human-Agent and Nonhuman-Agent”
  • Mouli Purkait, Presidency University, Kolkata, India: “Unconscious Technology : An Individualistic Choice of Mankind”
  • Waltraud Ernst, JKU Linz, Austria: “Discerning patterns of re-cognition – changing patterns for decision-making”
  • Sabine Thürmel, TU Munich, Germany: “Social Machines in a Data-driven World”
  • Talya Ucaryilmaz, Max Planck Institute Hamburg, Germany: “Artificial Intelligence in Ancient Rome: Classical Roman Philosophy on Legal Subjectivity”
  • Anja Pichl, Berlin Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Germany: “On integrating epistemology an ethics of life sciences: the case of stem cell research”

Find out more about the IAPh conference and register here to attend.

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