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2023

Ibo van de Poel, “Technology, design and value change”, keynote at fPET 2023 (Forum for Philosophy of Engineering and Technology), 19-21 April, TU Delft, the Netherlands.

Ibo van de Poel, “Possibilities for tracing value change and conceptual change using topic modelling”, workshop Corpus Analysis, Conceptual Change, and Socially Disruptive Technologies, 16 February 2023, TU Delft, The Netherlands.

Ibo van de Poel, “Applications of ValueMonitor”, presented at Workshop ‘ValueMonitor, a tool for empirical investigations of values and value change in text corpora’, 10 March 2023, Tu Delft, The Netherlands.

Ibo van de Poel, “What is Design for Values?, presented at the Value Connection Workshop: Identifying, Implementing and Assessing Values for AI Alignment, 15-17 March 2023, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Ibo van de Poel and Freek van der Weij, Workshop “Technology and value change” fPET 2023 (Forum for Philosophy of Engineering and Technology), 19-21 April, TU Delft, the Netherlands. With contributions by Joost Mollen, Olya Kudina and Tristan de Wildt.

Tristan de Wilt, “ValueMonitor, A Tool for Analyzing Value Gaps in Technology Governance, presented at workshop “Workshop on Corpus Analysis, Conceptual Change, and Socially Disruptive Technologies”, 16 February 2023, TU Delft, the Netherlands.

Tristan de Wildt, Workshop ‘ValueMonitor, a tool for empirical investigations of values and value change in text corpora’, 10 March 2023, Tu Delft, The Netherlands.

Tom Coggins and Olya Kudina, AI, Robots, and Value Change: Exploring Anthropomorphism’s Normative Impact on Day-to-Day Social Practices, presented at Forum for Philosophy, Engineering and Technology, April 19th, 2023.

Ibo van de Poel, “Values” TPM PhD Days, 29 March 2023 

2022

Ibo van de Poel, Value realism and the possibility of value change, presented at the International Conference Ethics of Socially Disruptive Technologies (ESDIT2022), 6 & 7 October 2022, Leiden, the Netherlands.

Tom Coggins. Called Back on Stage: Household Robots, Privacy and Dramaturgic Analysis, presented at Robophilosophy Conference 2022, Helsinki.

Ibo van de Poel, “For which values should we design?”, presented at the workshop Methods to Design for Values, organized by Digital Ethics Centre of TU Delft, 23 November, Delft.

Ibo van de Poel, “Applying wide reflective equilibrium in the context of technological development”, workshop Reflective Equilibrium in Ethics: Theory and Practice, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 28 October 2022.

Ibo van de Poel, ‘The challenges of the upcoming technological storm: blending AI, the IoT, blockchain and 5G technologies’, presentation for the STOA panel of the European parliament, 20 January 2022

Ibo van de Poel, “Values” TPM PhD Days, 24 March 2022

Ibo van de Poel, Lectures on “translating values into design requirements” and “conflicting values”” for master class Digital ethics by design for ICTU, Spring 2022.

Ibo van de Poel, “Ethics and technology 2.0. Responsible Innovation and Design for Values”, 25 August 2022, The Responsible Innovator Lecture Series, Responsible Innovation Lab, Australian National University, online, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x0aZsODHZ2M&feature=emb_imp_woyt

Ibo van de Poel, “Value Sensitive Design” at the NoBias course on “Interdisciplinary Approaches for Bias Elicitation” 31 May 2022, Dipartimento di Informatica, Università di Pisa, Italy

2021

Ibo van de Poel, “Imaginaries and value lock-in”, online presentation at the 2021 Conference of the Society for Philosophy and Technology (SPT) on Technological Imaginaries, Lille, France, 28-30 June 2021

Ibo van de Poel, “Is value change conceptual change?”, online presentation at the 2021 Conference of the Society for Philosophy and Technology (SPT) on Technological Imaginaries, Lille, France, 28-30 June 2021

Michael Klenk. Interpersonal Manipulation is Negligent Influence. 2nd Society for Practical Philosophy Conference Turkey, September, Online.

Michael Klenk. Moral Revolutions: An Overview. SPT 2021, June, Online.

Anna Melnyk, Bart de Bruin, Amineh Ghorbani, Thomas Hoppe, and Ibo van de Poel, “Value Change in Energy System: Exploring Institutional Emergence of the Renewable Energy Communities”, online presentation at the 2021 Polycentricity Virtual Conference organized by the International Association for the Study of the Commons, Arizona, USA, 17-19 May 2021

Anna Melnyk, Bart de Bruin, Amineh Ghorbani, Thomas Hoppe, and Ibo van de Poel, “Value Change in Dutch Energy System: An Institutional Modelling Approach”, online presentation at the 78th Annual Midwest Political Science Conference organized by Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, USA, 14-18 of April 2021

Anna Melnyk & Steffen Steinert, “From Energy Efficiency to Energy Democracy? Scrutinizing the Moral Foundation of Multifaceted Value Change”, online presentation at the 2021 Conference of the Society for Philosophy and Technology (SPT) on Technological Imaginaries, Lille, France, 28-30 June 2021

Anna Melnyk, Hanne Cox, Amineh Ghorbani, & Thomas Hoppe, “Unravelling Value Dynamics in the Transition to Energy Democracy”, online presentation at the 2021 Conference of the Society for Philosophy and Technology (SPT) on Technological Imaginaries, Lille, France, 28-30 June 2021

Tom Coggins. Called Back on Stage: Household Robots, Privacy and Dramaturgic Analysis. Given at Society for Philosophy and Technology Bi-Annual Conference, Lille. 28/06/2021.

Steffen Steinert. Modes of production and changing values. Society for Philosophy and Technology Bi-Annual Conference, Lille. 28/06/2021. (online)

Ibo van de Poel. Out of control? Paper for the 4TU.Ethics bi-annual conference on Ethics and Technology It’s Alive!, 14 -15 October 2021, Wageningen University, The Netherlands

Ibo van de Poel, Anna Melnyk, Steffen Steinert, Tsjalling Swierstra, Julia Herrmann, Symposium on value change, at the 4TU.Ethics bi-annual conference on Ethics and Technology It’s Alive!, 14 -15 October 2021, Wageningen University, The Netherlands

Tristan de Wildt, Ibo van de Poel Modelling value change, presented at the conference Changing Values, Changing Technologies, Delft 12-13 October 2021

Steffen Steinert, Ibo van de Poel Mechanisms of value change, presented at the conference Changing Values, Changing Technologies, Delft 12-13 October 2021

Ibo van de Poel, Value realism and the possibility of value change, presented online at annual OZSW conference (The Dutch Research school of Philosophy) on 3-4 December 2021, at Tilburg University, the Netherlands

Ibo van de Poel “Can we take responsibility for risks beyond our control?”, presented at online Workshop Responsibility and Risk, organized by University of Graz, Institute of Philosophy, 18-19 February 2021

Kudina, Olya and Bas de Boer “GPT-3, Politics, and the Functionalization of Language,” presented online at Power and AI workshop, organized jointly by SPM, TU Delft and UT, 18 February 2021.

Ibo van de Poel “Equal access to infrastructure services? The importance of value and time” presentation at the workshop Space, time and contestations over demand response and infrastructure access, University of Lancaster (online), 27 March 2021. https://wp.lancs.ac.uk/flexibility/events/

Tristan de Wildt, “Barriers to operationalising values into agent-based models”, presented at SimSocFest2021, 18-3-2021.

Michael Klenk. *Values and Design. ETH Zurich GESS Colloquium, June, Online.

Michael Klenk. *Improving our Normative Concepts for the Digital Age. Ethics of Socially Disruptive Technologies Programme, May, Online.

Michael Klenk. *Flourishing in a Digital Age. Technical University Munich, April, Online.

Michael Klenk. *From Tech-Ethics to a Political Philosophy of Technology. University of Sri Jayewardenapura, April, Online.

Michael Klenk. *Moral Disagreement and Conceptual Ethics. Ethics of Socially Disruptive Technologies Research Colloquium, April, Online.

Michael Klenk. *(Un-)Kenntnis und Ihre Folgen: Disruption durch Künstliche Akteure. Technological Disruption Research Group, TU Dresden, April, Online.

Michael Klenk. *A Political Philosophy of Technology. ERC Project Biouncertainty, April, Cracow, Poland.

Michael Klenk. *Manipulated Behaviour and Autonomous Machines. Manipulation Workshop Series, February, Radboud University Nijmwegen & TU Delft.

Michael Klenk. *Evolution and Ability. Evolutionary Debunking Workshop, February, online.

Michael Klenk. *Manipulation Online: Charting the Field. Manipulation Workshop Series, February, Radboud University Nijmwegen & TU Delft.

Michael Klenk. *Ethical Perspectives on Manipulation by Machines. Faculty of Philosophy Seminar, January, Technical University Dresden.

Anna Melnyk, Bart de Bruin, & Amineh Ghorbani, “Modeling Value Change to Study Institutional Emergence”, online presentation at the Social Simulation Festival, 15-19 of March,

Ibo van de Poel, “Embedding values in (medical) AI systems”, Workshop Ethics and Governance of Artificial Intelligence (AI) for Health: The Importance of Design for Values, organised by World Health Organisation (WHO) and Delft Design for Values Institute, 12 November 2021, Delft, the Netherlands

Ibo van de Poel, “Values for the design of algorithms and digital twins”, online presentation at the Seminar Digital Twins in the Making: Reflections on socio-ethical implications of layers of digitization, Organised by the Platform Inclusiveness of the Digital Twin investment theme (Wageningen Research University), 23 November 2021.

Tristan de Wildt, “Modelling value change – Energy Justice workshop”, presented at Energy Justice workshop TU Delft, 15- November 2021

Kudina, Olya “Hey Siri, why are my kids screaming at you?” Universiteit van Nederland
Feb 1, 2021 https://youtu.be/ve6qJGt1_kk

Ibo van de Poel “Ethical Issues in Cybersecurity: Beyond Privacy and Security” CyberJustice laboratory, 3 February 2021, online presentation https://www.cyberjustice.ca/2021/01/19/web-conference-ethical-issues-in-cybersecurity-beyond-privacy-and-security/ or https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G3BK8O1GVj0

Ibo van de Poel Various lecture for DDfV (Delft Design for Values) Values masterclass Digital Ethics by Design, 7 April 2021, TU Delft

Ibo van de Poel, “Responsible Innovation, guest lecture for IManage study association of Saxion IBS, online, 17 May 2021

Ibo van de Poel, “value sensitive design and responsible innovation, IDEA league PhD workshop, online, 26 May 2021

Ibo van de Poel “Ethics and Design” online presentation for IDC Design Seminar Singapore, 15 June 2021

Steffen Steinert and Tom Coggins. Norms and Robots: What Could Go Wrong? Given at VTI Research Day, TU Delft. 27/09/2021.

Ibo van de Poel, Using AI for decision support: some ethical issues, Panel Trustworthy AI in publishing, Online, organize by COPE, 28 September 2021, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p323DwH07j0

Ibo van de Poel “Updating value beliefs in technology: the possibility of value change”, presentation for a meeting of the Foundations & Synthesis Line of ESDiT (Ethics of Socially Disruptive Technologies) program, online, 16 December 2021.

2020

Steinert, S. (Jan, 2020). Values and value change. Philosophical perspectives. Kick-off presentation at Symposium Architectural and Urban Design for Values, Delft, the Netherlands, January 9, 2020.

Steinert, S. (Jan, 2020). Values and Value Change. Philosophical Perspectives. Symposium Architectural and Urban Design for Values, TU Delft, the Netherlands.

Klenk, M. (Jan, 2020). Conceptual Engineering and Moral Disagreement MetaEssen Symposium, Essen, Germany, January 2020.

Klenk, M. (March, 2020). Manipulation: Sometimes Hidden, Always Careless, Institute for Business Ethics, March 2020, St Gallen, Switzerland.

Kudina, O. (March, 2020) – TPM AI Lab Inaugural workshop – I was asked to introduce my research on value change to the guests outside of TU Delft and the TPM colleagues. 2 March 2020.

Kudina, O. (Feb, 2020) – AI initiative of the Donders Institute, Radboud University Nijmegen – I was invited to present on AI ethics and specify the relation between values and technologies with the case-based background from my postdoctoral research on value change, 28 February 2020.

Kudina, O. (Feb, 2020) – AI Tech Agora, TU Delft – I was asked to present on how I do empirical philosophy in application to AI ethics, how I combine digital ethnography and technological mediation analysis, 5 February 2020.

Melnyk, A. (Jan, 2020). Dynamic Values in the Course of Energy Transition. Talk at the Internal Workshop on Value Sensitive Design at TU Delft, Delft, The Netherlands, January 9, 2020.

Melnyk, A. (Jan, 2020). Examining the Inclusive and Exclusive Power of the Concept of ‘Sustainability’ in Energy Transition Discourse. Talk at the Energy Transition in the Global South Workshop, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, January 23-24, 2020.

Melnyk, A. (June, 2020). PhD student perspectives on value sensitive design. A panel at ETHICOMP Conference. June, 26, 2020.

Melnyk, A. (Oct, 2020). An interpretation of value change: philosophical disquisition of climate change and energy transition debates. Talk at the Workshop on Changing Values and Energy Systems, TU Delft, the Netherlands, October 15-17, 2020.

de Wildt, T., Chappin, E., & van de Poel, I. (Oct, 2020). Exploring value change using probabilistic topic models. Talk at the Workshop on Changing Values and Energy Systems, TU Delft, the Netherlands, October 15-17, 2020.

de Wildt, T. & Milchram, C. (Oct, 2020). Understanding value change through scenario tools. Talk at the Workshop on Changing Values and Energy Systems, TU Delft, the Netherlands, October 15-17, 2020.

Alleblas, J. (Oct, 2020). First as tragedy, then as farce. Researching the Severn Barrage (1981-2014). Talk at the Workshop on Changing Values and Energy Systems, TU Delft, the Netherlands, October 15-17, 2020.

Nickel, P., Kudina O., and van de Poel, I. (Nov, 2020). Moral uncertainty in technomoral change: closing the explanatory gap. Talk at the Value Change panel at International Philosophy of Human Technology Relation conference at University of Twente, the Netherlands, November 5, 2020.

Melnyk, A. (Nov, 2020). Moral epistemology of value change: disquisitions for climate and energy ethics debates. Talk at the Value Change panel at International Philosophy of Human Technology Relation conference at University of Twente, the Netherlands, November 5, 2020.

Klenk, M. (Nov, 2020). Can objective values change? Talk at the Value Change panel at International Philosophy of Human Technology Relation conference at University of Twente, the Netherlands, November 5, 2020.

Steinert, S. (Nov, 2020). Technology, social structure and value. Talk at the Value Change panel at International Philosophy of Human Technology Relation conference at University of Twente, the Netherlands, November 5, 2020.

2019

Van de Poel, I. (Jan, 2019). Understanding values and value change from a social science and philosophy perspective. Keynote lecture at Lorentz Workshop Exploring the Role of Values in RRI for Energy Systems program, Leiden, the Netherlands, January 7-11, 2019.

Van de Poel, I. (March, 2019). Design for changing values. A pitch presentation at DDfV Playground Meetings, organized by Delft Design for Values Institute, Delft, the Netherlands, March 21, 2019.

Steinert, S. (May, 2019). Wired emotions. Affective Brain-computer interfaces and beyond. Talk at Neurotechnology meets Artificial Intelligence – Conference on Ethical, Legal, and Social Implications of Neurotech and AI, Munich, Germany, May 8-10, 2019.

Van de Poel, I. (May, 2019). Understanding value change in technologies. Talk at workshop on Values and Technologies, Enschede, the Netherlands, May 17, 2019.

Kudina, O. (May, 2019). Values and technology. Talk at workshop on Values and Technologies, Enschede, the Netherlands, May 17, 2019.

Van de Poel, I. (May, 2019). Design for changing values in socio-technical systems. Talk at Society for Philosophy of Technology – biannual Conference in Philosophy of Technology, Texas, USA, May 20-22, 2019.

Kudina, O. (May, 2019). Considering the role of technologies in value dynamism. Talk at Society for Philosophy of Technology – biannual Conference in Philosophy of Technology, Texas, USA, May 20-22, 2019.

Klenk, M. (May, 2019). Values and ethical affordances: insights from anthropology. Talk at Society for Philosophy of Technology – biannual Conference in Philosophy of Technology, Texas, USA, May 20-22, 2019.

Melnyk, A. (May, 2019). Mediating technomoral care in cyberwarfare. Talk at CEPE (Computer Ethics – Philosophical Enquiry) – Interdisciplinary Conference organized by the International Society for Ethics and Information Technology (INSEIT), Norfolk, USA, May 28-30, 2019.

Melnyk, A. (June, 2019). Why Values Sensitive Design fails its task in design for changing values? The case of community energy systems. Talk at New Pathways Towards Community Energy and Storage – Interdisciplinary Conference in institutional, ethical, technical and social implications of community energy and storage transition, Groningen, The Netherlands, June, 6-7, 2019.

Van de Poel, I. (Aug, 2019). Addressing changing values in sociotechnical system. Talk at EPA Thesis Conference: Grand Challenge Accepted 2019, TU Delft Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management – Campus the Hague, the Netherlands, August 22, 2019.

Klenk, M. (June, 2019). Manipulation Online, 20th Annual Convention of the Media Ecology Association, June 2019, Toronto, Canada.

Klenk, M. (July, 2019). Manipulation Online, Workshop Digital Behavioural Technologies, July 2019, Munich, Germany.

Klenk, M. (Sep, 2019). Free Will, Persuasive Technology, and the Attention Economy, Technology and Society, September 2019, Leuven, Belgium.

Klenk, M. (Sep, 2019). Can Values Change?, Higher Seminar in Practical Philosophy, September 2019, Uppsala, Sweden.

Klenk, M. (Dec, 2019). Autonomy and Online Manipulation, Social Media Lab, December 2019, Stanford, USA.

Kudina, O. (Nov, 2019). Talk on the value change in relation to voice assistants. EPET conference, Maastricht, Netherlands.

Kudina, O. (Oct, 30 – Nov, 2019). Talk on the contribution of the IPA method to empirical philosophy. Workshop on “Exploring values across methods and disciplines,” TU Delft.Kudina, O, (Sep, 30  – Oct, 4, 2019). Presentation on the ethics of voice assistants. Media Week Conference, Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, ARPA institute (Plastic and Audiovisual Arts), Puebla, Mexico.

Kudina, O. (Sep, 2019). Lecture on the relation between values and technologies and how to study it in an empirically informed way For the MA course Managing Science and Technology in Society. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Athena Institute for Research on Innovation and Communication in Health and Life Sciences. Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 17 September 2019.

Melnyk, A. (Nov, 2019). Will Changing Values Cause a Conflict? A Holistic Perspective on Values in the Energy Sector. Talk at the OZSW Annual Conference (Dutch Research School of Philosophy) Amsterdam, The Netherlands, November 15-16, 2019.

Melnyk, A. (Nov, 2019). Why Values Sensitive Design fails its task in design for changing values? Dynamic Values in the Course of Energy Transition. Talk at the Ethics of Disruptive Technologies – bi-annual conference organized by the 4TU Center for Ethics and Technology (4TU.Ethics), Eindhoven, The Netherlands, November 7-9, 2019.

Coggins, T. (Nov, 2019). Roomba-900 and the Four Modes of Technological Persuasion, 4TU Ethics Bi-annual Conference, Eindhoven, the Netherlands, November 8th, 2019.

Coggins, T. (Nov, 2019). Four Modes of Technognical Persuasion, OSZW Conference, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, November 15, 2019.

Kudina, O. & Van de Poel, I. (Nov, 2019). A pragmatist account of value change. Presented at Ethics Bi-annual Conference ‘Ethics of Disruptive Technologies’ on the 7th and 8th of November 2019 at the Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands

Kudina, O. & Van de Poel, I. (Nov, 2019). A pragmatist account of value change.” Presented at the seventh annual OZSW conference (The Dutch Research school of Philosophy) on the 15th and 16th November 2019 at the University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Kudina, O. (Oct, 2019). Lecture on the technologically induced value change, as well as a workshop for the students on the empirically oriented philosophy of technology. Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, ARPA institute (Plastic and Audiovisual Arts), Puebla, Mexico, October 2, 2019.

Kudina, O. (Sep, 2019). Talk on “Alexa doesn’t care. Should you?” suggested that ethics constantly accompanies the design process and by means of philosophical reflections offered ways to make such ethical efforts explicit. Codemotion – conference on design and development, Madrid, Spain (23-26 September 2019)-  over 200 people sitting audience. September 24, 2019.

Kudina, O. (Dec, 2019). Presentation on AI ethics considerations for the financial sector, building on my value change research. Exact, Delft, the Netherlands.

Van de Poel, I. (June, 2019). Perspectives on ethics in urbanism. Urbanism PhD days 4 June, TU Delft, Netherlands

Van de Poel, I. (Nov, 2019). Design for Values. Presentation at 4TU.Ethics Bi-annual Conference ‘Ethics of Disruptive Technologies’, Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands, November 7-8, 2019

 

Van de Poel, I. (Nov, 2019). Various lecture for DDfV (Delft Design for Values) Values masterclass, TU Delft, the Netherlands, November 21-22, 2019.

Van de Poel, I. (July, 2019). Ethics of Promising and expectation-raising, Presentation at Ethics Workshop LifeTime FET, Munich, Germany, 10 July 2019.

2018

Van de Poel, I. (Dec, 2018). Value Operationalisation – from Values to Design Requirements. Talk at DDfV Fundamentals, organized by Delft Design for Values Institute, Delft, the Netherlands, December 4, 2018.

Talks at Other Events

2023

Ibo van de Poel, “Kunstmatige revolutie? Artificiële intelligentie lijkt volwassen te worden”, Quest, 5/2023, pp. 20-25 (one of the interviewed experts) 

2022

Ibo van de Poel, interview Responsible Sensing Lab Amsterdam, https://responsiblesensinglab.org/news/interview-ibo-van-de-poel

Ibo van de Poel, Zijn we als maatschappij klaar voor de aankomende technologische storm? Interview for Scientias, 16 September 2022, https://scientias.nl/zijn-we-als-maatschappij-klaar-voor-de-aankomende-technologische-storm/

Ibo van de Poel, interview for podcast RRI Explained, ResBios podcast, “six lessons of doing responsible innovation in industry”, 14 September 2022, https://anchor.fm/christopher-styles4/episodes/Six-Lessons-of-doing-Responsible-Innovation-in-Industry-e1nqmgn

Ibo van de Poel, participation in BK Talks entitled ‘IS THIS TRUE? Democracy, autocracy and truth forming (and what architecture’s got to do with it?)’, 2 June 2022, TU Delft, faculty of Architecture.

2021

Kudina, Olya “Voice Assistant technologies powered by AI” AI Media Research, March 1, 2021 https://aimediaresearch.com/2021/03/01/voice-assistant-ai/

Ibo van de Poel “Responsible Innovation: Turn Your Commitment To Do Good into Daily Action” , Interview for Centre For Responsible Innovation, April 2021, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sWe2rn60Lkw

Michael Klenk. Invited Panelist ‚The Ethics & Future of Data & Technology,’ 2021 World Ethical Data Forum

Michael Klenk. Invited Presentation on “AI & Manipulation,” Ethikverband der deutschen Wirtschaft e.V.

Steffen Steinert. Invited Presentation on Social Media and Values, European National Ethics Council Forum, 19-20 May 2021, Lisbon, Portugal (Online)steinert

Ibo van de Poel, Julia Herrmann, Steffen Steinert, Matthew Dennis, Corona, ethics and philosophy of technology, Interview for podcast corona/ethics, September 2021, https://anchor.fm/4tuethicspodcast/episodes/6-Corona–ethics-and-philosophy-of-technology-e15d7ja

Ibo van de Poel ‘Reflective Engineering’, invited presentation on 11 November 2011 on diner pensant Lab for a New World, organized by MoTiv (included in booklet based on the meeting)

2020

Ibo van de Poel, Videocast “Maatschappelijk verantwoord ontwerpen en de ingenieuze stad” Koninklijke NLIngenieurs, onderdeel van de Maand van de Ingenieuze Stad, november 2020. https://youtu.be/US6gPGa3oVQ

Ibo van de Poel, “Waarom nu wel een app maar geen vaccin tegen corona?” Blog Bij Nader Inzien, https://bijnaderinzien.com/2020/04/23/waarom-nu-wel-een-app-maar-geen-vaccin-tegen-corona/

Ibo van de Poel, ‘Waarom autonoom rijden voorlopig een droom blijft’ Bart van den Dikkenberg, Reformatorisch Dagblad 30 maart 2020 (one of the interviewed experts)

Kudina, Olya, CoronaEthics Podcast interview, 4TU.Ethics and Delft Design for Values, Nov 30, 2020 https://anchor.fm/4tuethicspodcast/episodes/1-Corona–our-relation-to-the-world–and-contact-tracing-en5odk

Kudina, Olya “This is how Voice Assistants influence your life,” TPM Facultry TU Delft, July 2020 https://www.tudelft.nl/en/tpm/research/stories-of-science/this-is-how-digital-voice-assistants-influence-your-life

Steffen Steinert “Social Media, COVID-19 and Value Change” Interview for Philosophical Disquisitions (by John Danaher), 20 October 2020, https://philosophicaldisquisitions.blogspot.com/2020/10/84-social-media-covid-19-and-value.html

Van de Poel, I. (Feb, 2020). Ethics and technology 2.0: Responsible innovation and value sensitive design. Lecture for ‘Orde van de Prince’, Vermeer Centrum, Delft, Nederland, 19 February 2020.

Steinert, S. (Oct, 2020). Value Change, Social Media, and Covid-19. Interview with John Danaher for Philosophical Disquisitions podcast. To listen to the podcast episode follow this link.

2019

Kudina, O. (Mar, 2019). Talk about the philosophical positions on technology and how AI is not going to kill us all.  Transitie Cinema Den Haag, the Netherlands, March 22, 2019

Melnyk, A. (May, 2019). How others are moving to renewables? The case of transition to community energy systems in the Netherlands. Talk at the Interaction Workshop organized by the local community of Wisconsin, La Crosse, USA, May, 30, 2019.

Van de Poel, I. (May, 2019). Some ethical issues raised by artificial intelligence in the financial sector. Presentation for Rabobank, Utrecht, the Netherlands, May 8, 2019.

Van de Poel, I. (Sep, 2019). Zelfrijdende auto’s; enkele ethische vragen en de rol van verzekeraars. Talk at am:innosurance 2019, DeFabrique, Utrecht, the Netherlands, September 17, 2019.

Van de Poel, I. (Sep, 2019). Zelfrijdende auto’s; enkele ethische vragen en de rol van verzekeraars. Talk at am:innosurance 2019, DeFabrique, Utrecht, the Netherlands, September 17, 2019.

Kudina, O. (Nov, 2019). Talk on “Technology and Values,” the intimate interrelation between morality and technology with reference to modern-day examples, such as the use of social media photo filters, the recently adopted “Right to be forgotten” and the increasing use of the voice assistants. TedX speech, Bucharest, Romania – 1100 live audience.

2018

Van de Poel, I. (2018, Oct). Artificial intelligence, ethics and cybersecurity. Keynote lecture at the seminar ‘Artificial Intelligence and Cyber Warfare’ organized by Alert Online and KPN, Rotterdam, the Netherlands, October 9, 2018.