The Art of Ethics in the Information Society

Mind You

Edited by Liisa Janssens

The Art of Ethics in the Information Society

Edited by Liisa Janssens

Distributed for Amsterdam University Press

144 pages | 55 color plates | 7 x 9 1/2
Paper $24.50 ISBN: 9789462984493 Published March 2017 For sale only in the United States, its dependencies, the Philippines, and Canada
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.
Contents

Preface
Introduction
Biographies
Abstracts and keywords

Nicky Assmann
EMBODIED EXPERIENCE

Tanne van Bree
DIGITAL HYPERTHYMESIA - ON THE CONSEQUENCES OF LIVING WITH PERFECT MEMORY

Wouter Dammers
HOW TO GOVERN KING CODE

Frederik De Wilde
DEEP LEARNING THROUGH CINEMATIC SPACE

Rinie van Est and Lambèr Royakkers
ROBOTISATION AS RATIONALISATION – IN SEARCH FOR A HUMAN ROBOT FUTURE

Jaap van den Herik and Cees de Laat
THE FUTURE OF ETHICAL DECISIONS MADE BY COMPUTERS

Mireille Hildebrandt
THE NEW IMBROGLIO – LIVING WITH MACHINE ALGORITHMS

Liisa Janssens
FREEDOM AND DATA PROFILING

Esther Keymolen
A UTOPIAN BELIEF IN BIG DATA

Yolande Kolstee
DIGITAL CONSERVATION OF CULTURAL HERITAGE

Marjolein Lanzing
PASTS, PRESENTS, AND PROPHECIES - ON YOUR LIFE STORY AND THE (RE)COLLECTION AND FUTURE USE OF YOUR DATA

Ben van Lier
CAN CONNECTED MACHINES LEARN TO BEHAVE ETHICALLY?

Koert van Mensvoort
EXPLORING THE TWILIGHT AREA BETWEEN PERSON AND PRODUCT

Elize de Mul
LIVING TOGETHER WITH A GREEN DOT – BEING TOGETHER ALONE IN TIMES OF HYPER-CONNECTION

René Munnik
TECHNOLOGY AND THE END OF HISTORY – FROM TIME CAPSULES TO TIME MACHINES

Eric Parren
THE EMERGING POST-ANTHROPOCENE

Marleen Postma
THE ETHICS OF LIFELOGGING – ‘THE ENTIRE HISTORY OF YOU’

Bart van der Sloot
PRIVACY AS A TACTIC OF NORM EVASION, OR WHY THE QUESTION AS TO THE VALUE OF PRIVACY IS FRUITLESS

Sabine Roeser
HOW ART CAN CONTRIBUTE TO ETHICAL REFLECTION ON RISKY TECHNOLOGIES

Jelte Timmer
TECHNO-ANIMISM – WHEN TECHNOLOGY TALKS BACK

Maarten Verkerk
DESIGN OF WISDOM COACHES FOR END-OF-LIFE DISCUSSIONS – MIXED REALITY, COMPLEXITY, MORALITY, AND NORMATIVITY

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