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Tag: ethical

Ethical and Juridical Aspects on Human Digitalization in Health (HDIHA)

Concluding a very successful year for the BCSSS Research Groups ‘Human Digitalization’ as well as ‘Systems Medicine and Health Care Systems’, BCSSS Vice President Felix Tretter organized the sixth symposium in the series of Big Data and Health events on November 20 to 21. Since fall 2018, the group had…

Big Data – Epistemological Requests of Systems Science

On October 10th and 11th in 2018 the BCSSS became a Big Data Hub, where about 15 people of different disciplines came together in order to critically assess the fundamental epistemological potential of Big Data. The event dealt with a philosophical oriented, multidisciplinary examination as an epistemology of Big Data….

Theoria cum praxi et bonum commune (Leibniz): System theory, informatics and a wise society for all

Rathaus Tiergarten, Berlin-Moabit (photo: Wikimedia Commons) The Leibniz-Sozietät der Wissenschaften zu Berlin e.V. (LS) invites the group “Emergent Systems, Information and Society” to present itself at a one-day colloquium of their two classes (Natur- und Technikwissenschaften; Sozial- und Geisteswissenschaften). The group is a joint endeavour of the Arbeitskreis of the LS, the Research…

Wolfgang Hofkirchner invited to Oxford to talk about sustainability from the perspective of complexity

The Japanese Uehiro Foundation and the Oxford Uehiro Centre invited Hofkirchner to the 2010 Uehiro/Carnegie/Oxford Conference on Information Ethics: Future of Humanities. He is going to speak about “Sustainability and self-organization: sustainability seen in the perspective of complexity and systems science and ethical considerations”. Other speakers include Toru Nishigaki, Rafael…