The Art of Ethics in the Information Society
Title
The Art of Ethics in the Information Society
Subtitle
Mind You
Price
€ 38,95
ISBN
9789462984493
Format
Paperback
Number of pages
144
Language
English
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Dimensions
21 x 26 cm
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Preface Introduction Biographies Abstracts and keywords EMBODIED EXPERIENCE Nicky Assmann DIGITAL HYPERTHYMESIA - ON THE CONSEQUENCES OF LIVING WITH PERFECT MEMORY Tanne van Bree HOW TO GOVERN KING CODE Wouter Dammers DEEP LEARNING THROUGH CINEMATIC SPACE Frederik De Wilde ROBOTISATION AS RATIONALISATION — IN SEARCH FOR A HUMAN ROBOT FUTURE Rinie van Est and Lambèr Royakkers THE FUTURE OF ETHICAL DECISIONS MADE BY COMPUTERS Jaap van den Herik and Cees de Laat THE NEW IMBROGLIO — LIVING WITH MACHINE ALGORITHMS Mireille Hildebrandt FREEDOM AND DATA PROFILING Liisa Janssens A UTOPIAN BELIEF IN BIG DATA Esther Keymolen DIGITAL CONSERVATION OF CULTURAL HERITAGE Yolande Kolstee PASTS, PRESENTS, AND PROPHECIES - ON YOUR LIFE STORY AND THE (RE)COLLECTION AND FUTURE USE OF YOUR DATA Marjolein Lanzing CAN CONNECTED MACHINES LEARN TO BEHAVE ETHICALLY? Ben van Lier EXPLORING THE TWILIGHT AREA BETWEEN PERSON AND PRODUCT Koert van Mensvoort LIVING TOGETHER WITH A GREEN DOT — BEING TOGETHER ALONE IN TIMES OF HYPER-CONNECTION Elize de Mul TECHNOLOGY AND THE END OF HISTORY — FROM TIME CAPSULES TO TIME MACHINES René Munnik THE EMERGING POST-ANTHROPOCENE Eric Parren THE ETHICS OF LIFELOGGING — ‘THE ENTIRE HISTORY OF YOU’ Marleen Postma PRIVACY AS A TACTIC OF NORM EVASION, OR WHY THE QUESTION AS TO THE VALUE OF PRIVACY IS FRUITLESS Bart van der Sloot HOW ART CAN CONTRIBUTE TO ETHICAL REFLECTION ON RISKY TECHNOLOGIES Sabine Roeser TECHNO-ANIMISM — WHEN TECHNOLOGY TALKS BACK Jelte Timmer DESIGN OF WISDOM COACHES FOR END-OF-LIFE DISCUSSIONS — MIXED REALITY, COMPLEXITY, MORALITY, AND NORMATIVITY Maarten Verkerk

Liisa Albertha Wilhelmina Janssens (ed.)

The Art of Ethics in the Information Society

Mind You

New technologies are often implemented before their ethical consequences have been fully understood. In this volume, experts working in the sciences, arts, and philosophy of technology share novel perspectives on how we can best identify and navigate the new ethical crossroads emerging in our information society. With an eye toward the future, the contributors present an essential and unique view on the interplay between ethics and modern technology.
Editor

Liisa Albertha Wilhelmina Janssens

Liisa Janssens is a scientist at the Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO) and a researcher at the research group for Law Science Technology and Society studies (LSTS) at Vrije Universiteit Brussels (VUB), Faculty of Law and Criminology. She is working on analyses that examine Artificial Intelligence in the scope of Law, Philosophy and Cybersecurity. She obtained a Master's degree in Law at Leiden Law School (LLM) and a Master's degree in Philosophy at Leiden University (MA). She was assigned to the project on ethics and 'The Internet of Things' by the Dutch Cyber Security Council (National Coordinator for Security and Counterterrorism of the Dutch Ministry of Security and Justice). During her studies she was a trainee at SOLV lawyers and she was a trainee at the Dutch Scientific Council for Government Policy (WRR).