Budapest Workshop on Philosophy and Technology 2023

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An alphabetical list of presentations at BudPT21

Adam Marcisz

Technological mediation as a social ontology problem Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań Abstract  
Agostino Cera “Run like Gest(H)ell”: Philosophy of Technology and the Case of Running Università di Ferrara (Italy) Abstract V
Anastasiia Babash The perfect one: should we allow technologies to find our soulmates? PhD student, University of Tartu Abstract  
Anda Zahiu If you can do it for entertainment, you can do it for research: On the moral permissibility of simulating sacrificial dilemmas in VR Research Centre in Applied Ethics, University of Bucharest Abstract  
Anne Herx Weaver The Ethics of Machine Learning in Health Care Education and Practice MGH Institute of Health Professions, University of Massachusetts Medical School, Fitchburg State University Abstract  
Annie Kurz Offline, unplugged, disconnected… a postphenomenological inquiry into absence-relations to technology University of Art and Design, Offenbach am Main Abstract  
Auli Viidalepp Deepfakes and generative texts as the problem of recognising the reference University of Tartu, Estonia Abstract  
Beáta Dr Laki Self-protective versus utilitarian autonomous vehicles PTE ÁOK, MTA BTK Abstract  
Borislav Mihačević Hardt`s and Negri`s Notion of Technology currently unaffiliated, PhD of philosophy received from the University of Lubljana, Slovenia Abstract V
Chang-Yun Ku Good Intention, Bad Intention, and Algorithm: Rethinking the Value of Nudge in the Era of Artificial Intelligence Information Law Center, Institutum Iurisprudentiae, Academia Sinica, Taiwan; Research Center for Information Technology Innovation, Academia Sinica, Taiwan Abstract V
Constantin Vică, Cristina Voinea Turing’s children lack of moral motivation University of Bucharest, Research Center in Applied Ethics Abstract  
Daniel Paksi Technological Singularity by Culture Budapest University of Technology and Economics Abstract  
Dolors Palau-Sampio Conspiracy and pandemic denialism on a hybrid media context: A case study from Spain University of Valencia, Span Abstract V
Ehsan Arzroomchilar, Daniel D. Novotný Digital Life and the Rise of Fundamentalism University of South Bohemia Abstract  
Eszter Nádasi Covid-19 in prime-time American medical television series Budapest University of Technology and Economics Abstract  
Ethan Hallerman Machines as Modulations of Risk: the Case of Algorithmic Decision-Making Systems Stony Brook University, Philosophy Department Abstract V
Filippo Ursitti The techne as producer of outdated humans Goldsmiths, University of London Abstract V
Giacomo Figà Talamanca Frameless Folk Psychology: Social Cognition and How Online Context Collapse Nudges
Hostility and Epistemic Injustice
Radboud University, Nijmegen Abstract  
Hédi Csordás; Krisztina Szabó Going online in Covid-19 - An empirical research of student’s preferences concerning digital learning material in 2020-21 Budapest University of Technology and Economics Abstract  
Hesam Mohamadi The Use of Algorithmic Tools in the Criminal Justice System: Beyond Parole Decisions Simon Fraser university Abstract V
Irene Olivero A New Essence of Artifacts Polytechnic University of Milan Abstract  
Jacopo Bodini Screening, recording and repeating the voice Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3; Collège des Bernardins Abstract  
János Tanács, István Danka Epistemic Conditions of Moral Responsibility in the Case of Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster BME, ELTE, NJE Abstract  
Jernej Kaluža Filter Bubbles, Algorithmic Habituation, and Democratic Public Sphere: A New Theoretical Grounding? Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana Abstract  
Jesse de Pagter Robotics futures: The analysis of technological potential TU Wien, Institute for Management Science Abstract  
Jose Alarcón Ethics of AI Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED) Abstract  
Juho Lindholm Technics as Hermeneutics University of Tartu Abstract V
Juraj Hvorecky Nursing robots, emotions and human dignity Institute of Philosophy, Czech Academy of Sciences Abstract  
Jurgis Karpus, Mantas Radzvilas, Anna Strasser I and my digital replica LMU Munich, University of Konstanz Abstract  
Kamila Kwapinska The Political Agency of Robots Centre for Critical Thought, University of Kent Abstract  
Karoline Reinhardt Trust and Trustworthiness in AI Ethics IZEW Universität Tübingen Abstract V
Kristupas Ceilutka The Quantified Self as an Ambiguous Possibility of Resistance Against Surveillance Capitalism KU Leuven Abstract  
Luca M. Possati Artificial intuition. The analysis of a supposed “revolution” from a philosophical point of view University of Porto Abstract V
Lukas J. Meier The Ethics of Computing Ethics University of Cambridge Abstract V
M.B.O.T.Klenk@tudelft.nl Design, Alignment, and the Structure of Values TU Delft Abstract V
Marco Pavanini The Twofold Dimension of Human Constitutive Technicity Durham University Abstract  
Michael W. Schmidt Highway Blues? Autonomous Driving, Hitchhiking & The Duty to Rescue Karlsruhe Institute of Technology Abstract V
Mihály Héder Epistemoral Problems Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Eötvös Loránd University Abstract  
Pankaj Singh Feasibility and Morality of Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Roy’s Westworld Assistant Professor, University of Petroleum & Energy Studies (UPES) Department: School for Life Energy Acres Building, Bidholi Dehradun- 248007, Uttarakhand, India Abstract  
Patrik Reizinger The Falsificationist View of Machine Learning University of Tübingen Abstract  
Peeter Müürsepp New Rationality and Value Alignment Tallinn University of Technology Abstract V
Radu Uszkai Revenge of the droids: Star Wars, civil disobedience and the moral status of artificial agents Bucharest University of Economic Studies; University of Bucharest Abstract  
Ramón Alvarado The Epistemic Implications of Understanding Computer Simulations as Scientific Instruments University of Oregon Abstract  
Rasleen Kour Postphenomenology as elixir vitae to new ethical challenges: Digital currency as a case study Indian Institute of Technology Ropar Abstract V
Robin Kopecký Face and Mind of AI Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prage; The Institute of Philosophy of the Czech Academy of Sciences Abstract  
Roman Krzanowski, Pawel Polak The Internet as an epistemic agent (EA) The Pontifical University of John Paul II Abstract  
Rosalie Waelen A Critical Theory Approach to AI Ethics PhD Candidate at the University of Twente Abstract  
Yusuf Yüksekdağ Ethics of Data Relations and Smart City Istanbul Bilgi University Abstract  
Zacharus Gudmunsen Artificial Systems and Moral Agency: Not a Question of Consciousness University of Leeds Abstract V
Ziegler Zsolt Newcomb dilemma in online consumer behavior Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Eötvös Loránd University Abstract  
Zsolt Garai Technological reasoning and value co-creation University of Pecs, Cognizant Technology Solutions Hungary Kft. Abstract