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Cybersecurity Ethics – Raising the Agenda

Cybersecurity ethics is a new and under-researched field. With increasing attention being paid to cybersecurity, from hacking attacks on major corporations to attacks on critical national infrastructure, liberal democratic governments and corporations are looking to academia for guidance on how to respond ethically. For example, should software vulnerabilities be disclosed to vendors, or is...

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Questions and Challenges of Human Research Ethics

Dutch STEM Research Ethics Committees

On Monday 15th April 2019 the first workshop for members of the university research ethics committees that review Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics related human research (i.e. research involving human subjects or participants) will take place. Besides medical ethics committees and ethics committees for social and behavioural sciences, Dutch universities have also recognised...

The Limits of Consent

4TU.Ethics Taskforce Life Sciences and Health Technologies

This workshop at Eindhoven University of Technology, co-sponsored by the Life Sciences and Health Technologies Taskforce of the 4TU Centre for Ethics and Technology, and the NWO-MVI project “Mobile Support Systems for Behaviour Change”, was held in order to stimulate interdisciplinary and applied research on the ethics of consent. It brought together research projects...

Ethics of the Internet of Things

On March 14th 2018, the DesignLab of the University of Twente hosted a UNESCO workshop on the Ethics of the Internet of Things. Technologies are increasingly taking on an environmental role. Sensor networks are being integrated in our material environment, while algorithms and artificial intelligence make sense of the generated data, and influence our...

Workshop: Ethics and Policy of Robots in Healthcare

  June 26 at The Hague Institute for Global Justice   The FRR and the 4TU are joining forces to co-organize an informal meeting aimed at discussing the role that ethics can and should play in the development of European (and International) standards for robots in healthcare. Important questions we will address are: the...

4TU.Ethics PhD seminar – CFP Workshop & Masterclass on digital humanities, social epistemology, & virtue theory in a post-truth society

The Digital Humanities & Experimental Philosophy CollaborATive (DHEPCAT — http://www.alfanophilosophy.com/lab-home/) will host a workshop and masterclass December 14-15 in Amsterdam at De Waag Society, located at Nieuwmarkt 4 in Amsterdam. On December 14, talks will be given on the topic of digital humanities, social epistemology, and virtue theory in a post-truth society. The keynote...

Workshop: The Ethics of Persuasive Technologies

Persuasion and ethics have an uneasy and complicated relationship. On the one hand, persuasiveness, or rational influence or eloquence can be understood as a virtue, which enables a virtuous person to support others to also aspire to virtue. On the other hand, persuasion is met with suspicion. It seems to undermine user autonomy. The...

Workshop: “Security & the Political Turn in Philosophy of Technologies”

Security & the Political Turn in Philosophy of Technologies Date: Friday, March 10th, 2017, 09:30-18:00 Venue: UT – DesignLab How to understand the political significance of things? And how to deal with the politics of technology in a responsible way? Ever since Langdon Winner claimed in the early 1980s that “artifacts have politics”, these...

Call for participation: FRR Humanitarian Drones Workshop

The  Foundation  for  Responsible  Robotics  and  the  Harvard  Humanitarian  Initiative  are joining forces to raise awareness of the global issues related to the use of drones in humanitarian contexts.   For more information and to register for this exciting event, visit:  http://responsiblerobotics.org/humanitarian-drones/ Registration is free for the first 20 4TU.Ethics members who sign up...

Joint workshop 4TU.High-Tech Materials and 4TU.Ethics & Technology

How can we provide the world with energy-efficient materials?’ ‘How can materials supply keep up with materials demand in a careful and ethical way?’ ‘Can we predict the reliability of a material?’ ‘How can we find a balance between maintenance of materials and risk?’  4TU.High-Tech Materials & 4TU.Ethics & Technology JOINT WORKSHOP – 28...

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