Dr. Sattarov, F. (Faridun)

Twente University

Section: Philosophy
Faculty: Faculty of Behavioral Sciences

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Dr. Faridun Sattarov holds a BA in English & French Philology (2008), an MA in Philosophy and Ethics (Uni of Birmingham, 2010), and a PhD in Philosophy of Technology (Uni of Twente, 2015). Dr. Sattarov was previously a doctoral fellow at the Philosophy Department of the University of Twente in the Netherlands, where his research focused on the role of technology in the construction, distribution and exercise of power. Subsequently, Dr. Sattarov was a research fellow at the Bioethics and Ethics of Science Section of UNESCO in France, where his research focused on the ethical issues in the globalisation of science and technology. Currently, Dr. Sattarov is a visiting fellow at the Centre for Autonomous Systems Technology of the University of Liverpool in the United Kingdom, where his research seeks a closer synergy between philosophy of technology and legal scholarship, while focusing on the ethical, legal and policy aspects of algorithmic and autonomous technological systems. Dr. Sattarov’s list of recent works includes:

(2016) ‘Machine Learning: Formulating an Innovation Policy for the 4th Industrial Revolution’, Law, Innovation & Emerging Technologies Series 2016-17, the Centre for Autonomous Systems Technology, University of Liverpool, the United Kingdom.

(2016) ‘Coded Power: A Crossdisciplinary Framework for Understanding Algorithmic Power’, Symposium on Machine Learning, the Centre for Autonomous Systems Technology, University of Liverpool, the United Kingdom.

(2016) ‘A Review of John Linarelli, Research Handbook on Global Justice and International Economic Law’ in Asian Journal of International Law, vol. 6, no. 1, p. 192.

(2015) ‘Scientific misconduct: a case-study of the European Code of Conduct for Research Integrity’ in How Globalisation Is Changing Research Agendas, Activities and Assessment Procedures within Research & Innovation, UNESCO Report on the Globalisation of Research & Innovation, pp. 55 – 65.

(2015) ‘Indigenous knowledge: a case-study of the San-Hoodia benefit-sharing agreement’ in How Globalisation Is Changing Research Agendas, Activities and Assessment Procedures within Research & Innovation, UNESCO Report on the Globalisation of Research & Innovation, pp. 65 – 77.

(2015) ‘Ethical issues in the globalisation of research and innovation’ in How Globalisation Is Changing Research Agendas, Activities and Assessment Procedures within Research & Innovation, UNESCO Report on the Globalisation of Research & Innovation, pp. 15 – 23.

(2015) Technology and Power in the Globalising World: A Political Philosophical Analysis. Doctoral dissertation published as part of the Simon Stevin Series in the Ethics of Technology (series eds. Brey, P., Kroes, P., Meijers, A.). Eindhoven: 3TU Centre for Ethics and Technology. ISBN: 9789038638522.

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