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.
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).