Philosophy of Human-Technology Relations
@ DesignLab, University of Twente
The Netherlands | November 4-7th, 2020
We are happy to invite you to the second edition of the international Philosophy of Human-Technology Relations conference. This is a three-day event to explore the relations between humans and technologies at the intersection of philosophy, design, ethics, art, and engineering. It is organized by a multidisciplinary group of scholars, chaired by prof. Peter-Paul Verbeek, and hosted by the DesignLab of the University of Twente. The conference intends to bring together scholars in philosophy of technology with the broader field of research in human-technology interaction.
The conference reaches out to anyone interested in understanding, evaluating and shaping the relations between humans and technology, ranging from philosophers and ethicists of technology to social scientists, humanities scholars, artists, designers, and engineers. We want to bring together a community of people to foster dialogue and creative collaborations on the interactions between humans, technologies and society.
We are looking forward to welcoming you online on 4, 5, 6 and 7 November!
All information, including the call for papers, the programme and the registration process, will be announced on the conference website.