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Schlagwort: philosopher

BCSSS Online Konferenz ‘Homo Digitalis und die Conditio Humana’

Homo Digitalis und die CONDITIO HUMANA: Mensch und Menschenbild im Zeitalter der Digitalisierung BCSSS Online Konferenz 19th March 2020 Felix Tretter und Stefan Blachfellner von der BCSSS waren für die Organisation dieser Veranstaltung verantwortlich, die ursprünglich als Direkttreffen geplant war. Dieses Format musste aufgrund der Corona-Krise abgesagt werden und konnte…

Is there still a distinction between a Human and a Robot?

The IEEE (“Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers” – the world’s largest professional association) recently published Version 2 of Ethically Aligned Design: A Vision for Prioritizing Human Well-being with Autonomous and Intelligent Systems (A/IS), produced by the IEEE Global Initiative on Ethics of Autonomous and Intelligent Systems. This initiative consists of…

Klaus Kornwachs 70 years old: an “interim report”

Klaus Kornwachs (photo: Leonhard Kornwachs) Ulm University celebrated the 70th birthday of Klaus Kornwachs, system theorist and philosopher of technology, member of our Scientific Council. The Humboldt-Studienzentrum für Philosophie und Geisteswissenschaften, part of the School of Humanities, convened on October 20th a Festcolloquium. Six speakers highlighted six fundamental aspects of…

Wien 2013 | Ludwig von Bertalanffy Symposium

“Emergence: System – Evolution – Information” was the title of the second LvB Symposium held by our Center. It was organised in co-operation with the Austrian Computer Society Working Group Information Studies. About 25 guests attended the symposium which took place from 5 to 6 December. This time five experts…