Sebastian Nähr and Bruno Gransche spoke at SPT (the Society for Philosophy and Technology) at the Department of Philosophy at Texas A&M University, College Station/Texas, USA. The conference dealt with technology and power. With the presentation “Oh Lord – Please Don‘t Let Me Be Misunderstood: Ihde, Ricoeur, and learning systems” Gransche addressed men-machine relations and […]
Bruno Gransche presented the project poliTE at CEPE (Computer Ethics—Philosophical Enquiry) at Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia/USA. The conference was organised by the International Society for Ethics and Information Technology and the Ionian University Research Team IHRC (Information: History, Regulation and Culture) and took place in May 2019. This year’s topic was risk and cybersecurity. Bruno […]
Themed “Bringing Technology to the people” the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research takes on and realises projects dealing with Human-Machine-Interaction. All these projects aim at a humancentered development of technology that takes into account the actual, current and urgent needs of humankind. At the Fachkonferenz “Integrierte Forschung” we met fellow ELSI researches and developers […]
November 2017 marks the beginning of poliTE’s 3-year project duration. The poliTE team is very much looking forward to the kick-off meeting, valuable insights, and engaging discussions with the German research community in the field of human-machine-interactions.
Philosopher of technology Dr. Bruno Gransche on human-technology-interaction 5 April 2016, Potsdam In a few words, what do you find particularly fascinating about human-technology-interaction? The unique field of human-technology-interactions is fascinating because it combines findings from disciplines that are usually not associated with each other. For example, it incorporates findings from philosophy of technology into […]
From December 11th to 12th 2017, we held our first poliTE meeting at the FoKoS research centre in Siegen. Friederike Eyssel, Ricarda Wullenkord, Sebastian Nähr and Bruno Gransche discussed the method as well as the updated schedule and started going into some of the topics and terminology of the project. The combination of philosophers specialising […]