Media Appearances

Media appearances of 3TU.Ethics members in 2008

Media appearances of 3TU.Ethics members in 2008 include:

  • “Jaarboek ICT en Samenleving 2008-2009: Digitaal leven als uiting van jeugdcultuur” (Computable, 24/12/2008). Jeroen van den Hoven about the need to make concepts like accountability concrete in our ICT infrastructure and practices.
  • “Techniekfilosofie en het goede leven – Inauguratie Philip Brey” (Alumni Magazine UT, Dec. 08). Philip Brey about philosophy of technology and the good life
  • “Moralistische robots: waar filosofie en programmeren samenkomen” (PC-Active, December 2008). Vincent Wiegel on programming morality into software
  • “Filosofisch elftal – Gedogen is vernieuwen” (Trouw, November 12th 2008). Sabine Roeser on the softdrugs policy in the Netherlands
  • “Ethische profielen” (TU Delta, November 12th 2008). No�mi Manders-Huitsabout her research on identity, personal profiles & ICT
  • “De ethische aspecten van werken met levend materiaal” (Matrix, no. 4 2008). Mechteld-Hanna Derksen about her research on the ethical aspects of tissue engineering
  • “Nemen tissue engineers hun verantwoordelijkheid?” (Cursor, week 41, 2008). Mechteld-Hanna Derksen about the moral responsibilities of tissue engineers
  • “Techniek als bijdrage aan goede leven – Techniekfilosofie UT tracht maatschappelijke problemen op te lossen” (Twentse Courant Tubantia, 10 okt. 08). Philip Brey about philosophy of technology and its contribution to societal problems
  • “Filosofisch elftal – Crisis bedreigt democratie” (Trouw, October 1th 2008). Sabine Roeser about democracy and the presidential election in the US
  • “EKD niet waardenneutraal” (ICT Zorg, 29th September 2008). Jeroen van den Hoven about values incorporated in ICT for child wellfare support
  • “Ethiek goed voor techniek” (NWO’s Hypothese, nr. 3, jrg. 15, september 2008). Jeroen van den Hoven about NWO’s new grant program MVI (responsible innovation)
  • Radio interview (Tros Nieuwsshow, Radio 1, September 13th 2008). Peter-Paul Verbeek on the influence of the micro chip on society
  • “By definition, ethics often misunderstood” (London Free Press, Canada, Sept 6th 2008). Aimee van Wynsberghe arguing that ethics is at its root a decision making process
  • “Vijf vragen aan Jeroen van den Hoven” (NWO’s Geestesoog #3, 2008). Jeroen van den Hoven about NWO’s new grant program MVI (responsible innovation)
  • “Waarom de hazenlip zeldzaam wordt” (Twentsche Courant Tubantia, August 31th 2008). Peter-Paul Verbeek on how technology influences human behavior
  • “De chip is meer mens geworden” (De Volkskrant, August 30th 2008). Peter-Paul Verbeek on the social implications of the micro chip
  • “Genetic Arms Race: How Perfect Do We Really Want To Be?” (Amsterdam Weekly, May 15-21, 5:19 2008). Peter-Paul Verbeek on human enhancement
  • “Accepteer kinderen zoals ze ter wereld komen” (Nederlands Dagblad, May 15th 2008). Peter-Paul Verbeek in an article on human enhancement
  • “Filosofisch elftal – Burma helpen, moet dat?” (Trouw, May 14th 2008). Sabine Roeser is one of 11 philosophers who regularly comment on ethical issues in newspaper Trouw (this time on whether to help Burma)
  • “Filosofen onderzoeken de grenzen van verantwoordelijkheid” (TBM Quarterly, mrt. ’08). “Philosophers explore the boundaries of responsibility” (TPM Quarterly, March 2008). Jessica Nihlen-Fahlquist (R&D networks) and Nicole Vincent (neurotechnology/law) about their research on moral responsibility
  • “De Kwestie: Hoe zit het met de ethiek van techniek?” (Desmet Life, March 18th 2008). Peter-Paul Verbeek and Jeroen van den Hoven talk about ethical aspects of new technologies
  • “Technologie verandert onze waarden” (Trouw, March 17th 2008). Peter-Paul Verbeek on the interaction between values and technology
  • “Techniek wordt de hoeder van ethiek” (Trouw, March 10th 2008). Jeroen van den Hoven on how moral decisions are increasingly being delegated to technology
  • “Filosofisch elftal – Hoogmoedige zadenark” (Trouw, March 4th 2008). Sabine Roeser is one of 11 philosophers who regularly comment on ethical issues in newspaper Trouw (this time on the Svalbard Global Seed Vault – sensible, desparate or idiotic?)
  • Radio Interview (Desmet Live, March 3th 2008). Tsjalling Swierstra on the income of top managers and on meritocracy
  • “Mopperen met schone handen” (Trouw, February 9th 2008). Peter-Paul Verbeek on human enhancement