Chairs: ADAM BRIGGLE and LUCAS INTRONA
The philosophy and ethics of information technology seeks papers representing a broad range of traditions and methodologies. Papers that explore various convergences of ICT with nano, biomedical, and other technologies are especially encouraged. Topics addressed may include but are not limited to:
•ICTs in love, as friends, and with communities
•The Googling of school: ICTs and the quality of education
•Gamers and good lives?
•The philosophy of wiki
•Information overload, why more knowledge?
•Ambient intelligence and the Internet of things
•Labs on chips
•Wearing and embodying ICTs
•Globalization and multiculturalism
•Rage with the machines: new media youth cultures
Though this track seeks to test the new frontiers of ICT ethics, papers representing more conventional topics are also welcomed.