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01a. An Interdisciplinary Approach to Human-Technology InteractionsKiyotaka Naoe, Tetsuya Kono, Takao Koga, Toshihiro Suzuki

An Interdisciplinary Approach to Human-Technology Interactions  

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02a. Technology and Human Body: An Interdisciplinary Approach (PANEL)Nicola Liberati

Smart textile, fashion, and subjects. The introduction of new technologies to change ideas within fashion

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02b. Technology and Human Body: An Interdisciplinary Approach (PANEL)Miki Namba

Infrastructure and Human Bodily Transformation in Automobility: To the Interdisciplinary Approach of Anthropology and Philosophy

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02c. Technology and Human Body: An Interdisciplinary Approach (PANEL)Hidekazu Kanemitsu

Technology as foundation of human body

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02d. Technology and Human Body: An Interdisciplinary Approach (PANEL)Shigeru Wesugi

Conceptual Tool for Designing Human Extension Technologies

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03a. New Media and PostphenomenologyBegum Moralioglu

The Silent Language of The New Media

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03b. New Media and PostphenomenologyScott Luan

Towards a Phenomenological Grammar of Human-Technology Relations

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03c. New Media and PostphenomenologyJoakim Vindenes, Barbare Wasson

A Postphenomenological Approach to  Modelling Intended Mediations of Virtual  Reality Applications

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04a. Technology and LifeJonathan de Haan

Relational ontologies, Biosemiotics and Autopoetic Enactivism

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04b. Technology and LifeBruno Gransche

Life grasps life – Mind the gap

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04c. Technology and LifeJelle Bruineberg

Mutual prediction: embodied active inference within active environments

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04d. Technology and LifeJacqueline Bellon

The Associated Milieu as a Means towards  Autonomy in Gilbert Simondon’s Philosophy of Technology  and Individuation  Theory

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05a. Robots, AIBudi Hartanto

Pragmatic Social Robotics

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05b. Robots, AIMaria Hedlund, Erik Persson

What is the Scope of Responsibility for AI  Experts of the use of AI Technology?

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06a. Philosophy and TechnologyEdward H. Spence

Stoic Ethics and Technology

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06b. Philosophy and TechnologyYanping Gao

Philosophies of Technology in Post-Mao Era (1978-1995)

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06c. Philosophy and TechnologyCristel Kolopaking

Subjectivity in times of datafication: a  postphenomenological investigation into  the technological mediation of Cambridge  Analytica and the Chinese Social Credit  System

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07a. Critical DesignOshri Bar-Gil

Untangling the privacy paradox

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07b. Critical DesignLotje Siffels

Beyond privacy-versus-health: A  justification analysis of contact-tracing  apps: debate in the Netherlands

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07c. Critical DesignLyat Friedman

Technologies and Practices of Criticism

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07d. Critical DesignFurkan Yazıcı

Subject, Youtube and Neoliberalism

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08a. Design & PowerMaurits W. Ertsen

Remains of privileged spaces. Landscapes  of power in Delfland, the Netherlands

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08b. Design & PowerIlaria Santoemma

Posthuman Design - Decolonising the One-Sided Human-Technology Relation 

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08c. Design & PowerMike Grijseels, Teun Zuiderent-Jerak, Barbara Regeer

Scripting Inclusive Technologies

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08d. Design & PowerStefano Gualeni

Are we going to be the oppressors of  Artificial Beings?

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09a. Value change (PANEL)Philip Nickel, Olya Kudina, Ibo van de Poel

Moral uncertainty in technomoral change: closing the explanatory gap

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09b. Value change (PANEL)Michael Klenk

Can objective values change?

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11a. -Lars Botin, Inger Louise Berling Hyams

Postphenomenology and Architecture

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12a. RoboticsShuhong Li

Professional autonomy in Human-Robot- System Interaction (HRSI): an Exploration  of the Ethical Impacts of Care Robots on  the Autonomy of Caregivers

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12b. RoboticsKamil Mamak

Should we ban Violence against Robots?

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12c. RoboticsPiercosma Bisconti

Dysfunctional Relations with Sexual Robots: Issues and Strategies

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13a. Embodiment and MediaF. Betül Gürtekin

Camera Operating Narrations: Understanding the Embodiment Moments

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13b. Embodiment and MediaJacob Kingsbury Downs

On the Edge: Materialities of Headphone  Listening

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13c. Embodiment and MediaIsaac Monté, Lija Groenewoud-van Vliet

Prosthetic X: A New Human-Machine Interface for Healthy and Beautiful Aging

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14a. Ontology and the DigitalSusanna Lindberg

Transcendental Illusions of the Digital  World

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14b. Ontology and the DigitalPeeter Müürsepp

Monotechnics and Polytechnics in the  Digital Context

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14c. Ontology and the DigitalKorsten & De Jong

Tele-Proxy

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15a. AI and the HumanCarlo Mervich, Mieke Boon, Andreas Weber

The Human Infrastructure of Artificial Intelligence

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15b. AI and the HumanChristoph Durt

AI’s Intrinsic Relation to Humans

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15c. AI and the HumanDina Babushkina

Human Mistakes and Algorithmic Errors

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16a. Climate & GeoErik Laes, Gunter Bombaerts

A Foucauldian Critique of Geological  Disposal of Nuclear Waste

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16b. Climate & GeoPieter Lemmens

From Geocide to Geocare. De-Naturalizing  and Re-Noeticizing the Technosphere 

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16c. Climate & GeoBas de Boer, Jochem Zwier

New Metaphysics? The Earth System as  Object and the Anthropocene as Event 

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17a. Technology & PoliticsJeffrey White

Saving the World from Itself: On the  Potential to Mediate Cooperative Social Transformations in an Era of Ubiquitous  Revolt 

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17b. Technology & PoliticsMandi Astola

Co-creating technologies: A Dangerous  Trend

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18a. New Directions in PostphenomenologyRudi van Etteger

The constructiverse

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18b. New Directions in PostphenomenologyJan Peter Bergen

Technology, Alterity and Agency: Following  Dance Metaphors to Where They Lead

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18c. New Directions in PostphenomenologyPak-Hang Wong

Beautifying Technological Mediation

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18d. New Directions in PostphenomenologyGijs de Boer

Posthumanist Design: How Technologies  Metamediate Self-styling 

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19a. Modeling user experience OR how to put awareness into Gestell (Heidegger). Practicing sociotechnical semistructural Design Thinking and Modeling (WORKSHOP)Maximilian Halstrup

Workshop Engineering & Design – Exploring human-media and Human-technology interactions

20a. Exploring the Possibility and Ethics of AI Paternalism in Health Apps (PANEL)Michael Kühler, Lena Busch, Katja Stoppenbrink, Cristina Zaga

Exploring the Possibility and Ethics of AI Paternalism in Health Apps

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21a. Technology and the City II (PANEL)Michael Nagenborg, Sanna Lehtinen, Taylor Stone

Technology and the City II

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22a. How can we integrate ethical deliberation in the design of Artificial Intelligence? (WORKSHOP)Marc Steen, Rudy van Belkom

How can we integrate ethical deliberation in the design of Artificial Intelligence?

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23a. Subjectivity and the DigitalElena Falco

Wikipedia and the situated subject

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23b. Subjectivity and the DigitalPaolo Casani

Digital Technologies

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23c. Subjectivity and the DigitalStefania Matei

Commemoration as a Technique of the  Self: Subject Constitution through  Collaborative Biographical Writing

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24a. Design and EthicsHesam Mohamadi

What do sex robots teach?

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24b. Design and EthicsRon Wakkary, Doenja Oogjes, Armaghan Behzad Behbahani

Two Years or More of Co-Speculation with the Tilting Bowl

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24c. Design and EthicsLaura Niño Caceres, Santiago de Francisco Vela, Ivan Villamizar Castellanos

From e-Health to e-Care: shifting  paradigms with combined postphenomenological  and design approaches

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24d. Design and EthicsJo-An Kamp

Technology Impact Cycle Tool

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25a. Case StudiesMinha Lee, Lily Frank, Wijnand IJsselsteijn

Whose emotions are second-order artificial  emotions? Intimate feelings fostered with and by technology

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25b. Case StudiesMarc Steen, Tjerk Timan, Jurriaan van Diggelen, Nanda van der Stap

A case study of ‘Human-Centric’ Artificial  Intelligence: Using different normative  ethical perspectives to discuss Man- Machine Teaming and Meaningful Human  Control

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25c. Case StudiesAafke Fraaije, Frank Kupper

Briding citizen & Professional Perspectives  on Smart Cities

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26a. COVID-19David Doat, Yves Poullet

Anthropological and Ethical Issues of  Digital Tracing in the Era of Pandemics:  Towards a New Imaginary Institution of  Society?

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26b. COVID-19Janna van Grunsven

World-Loss in Times of a Pandemic:  Introducing Phenomenological Insights for  Digital Mental Health Purposes

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26c. COVID-19Ellemijke Donner, Ben Kokkeler

The use of applications in times of  disasters: what can we learn from the  development of the CoronaMelder?

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26d. COVID-19Mike Martin

Changing relations in the making: Human  face masks

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27a. Responsible Research and InnovationCristina Zaga, Nazli Cila, Maria Luce Lupetti

Towards responsible design of AI things: the Role of Agency as a Relational Quality in Human-Agent Interactions

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27b. Responsible Research and InnovationLucien von Schomberg, Vincent Blok

Towards a Political Concept of Innovation:  A Response to the Call of Strong RI

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27c Responsible Research and InnovationZachary J. Goldberg

On the Ethical Foundations of EC Ethics  Requirements

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27d. Responsible Research and InnovationJohn A. Machielsen

Responsible Imagineering: John Dewey’s  Pluralistic Ethics and Technological Innovation

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28a. AestheticsPauline van Dongen, Kristina Andersen

Making, wearing, and thinking through  uncut cloth: Material-aesthetics sensitivity as design strategy

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28b. AestheticsAlbrecht Fritzsche

Don’t ask what technology does to theatre:  ask what theatre does to technology!

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28c. AestheticsIrene Urrutia

Growing With: Rethinking Cyborgs and  Materials With Art in the Biotechnological  Era

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29a. Critical Perspectives on PostphenomenologyMariska Thalitha Bosschaert, Vincent Blok

The Empirical in the Empirical Turn

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29b. Critical Perspectives on PostphenomenologyAgostino Cera

From Empirical Turn to Ontophobic Turn. A  Critical Historization in the Recent  Philosophy of Technology

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29c. Critical Perspectives on PostphenomenologyDominic Smith

Common Resilience: Philosophy of  Technology as Future-Oriented Philosophy of Education

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30a. Agonistic engagement spaces: towards democratising the smart city (WORKSHOP)Corelia Baibarac-Duignan, Julieta Matos Castaño, Anouk Geenen

Agonistic engagement spaces: towards democratising the smart city

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31a. Making a ‘practical turn’ in the philosophy of technology (PANEL)Wouter Eggink, Steven Dorrestijn, Marijke Timmermans, Hans Voordijk, Merlijn Smits, Jelle van Dijk

Making a ‘practical turn’ in the philosophy of technology  

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33a. Law-Computer InteractionLaurence Diver

Technological mediation vs. the rule of law

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33b. Law-Computer InteractionRené Mahieu

The right of access to personal data

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33c. Law-Computer InteractionCarlotta Rigotti

Criminalisation by design: pushing or re drawing  the boundaries of criminal law?

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33d. Law-Computer InteractionGianmarco Gori

Technological mediation and the human in  the l(aw)

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34a. Artificial Intelligence as a Tool (PANEL)Takashi Shibata

AI vs. IA : The Real issues hidden in the struggle

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34b. Artificial Intelligence as a Tool (PANEL)Takayuki Suzuki

Two Conceptions of Artificial Intelligence

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34c. Artificial Intelligence as a Tool (PANEL)Shiigeru Wesugi

Considerations on Analysing Relations Between Humans and AI technologies Based on Archetypes of Instruments ― Club-type and Pot-type

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34d. Artificial Intelligence as a Tool (PANEL)Koji Tachibana

Artificial intelligence and Human Moral Virtue

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35a. Mediation Theory in PracticeGalit Wellner

Face Recognition, Multistability, and  Morality

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35b. Mediation Theory in PracticeRasleen Kour

Jugaad: Integrating Design Context and  Use Context through Mediation Theory

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35c. Mediation Theory in PracticeOshri Bar-Gil

Relational morality - using  postphenomenological relational inquiry as methodology for moral and ethical research

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36a. MethodologyJan Willem Hoftijzer

Design for DIY: The Designer’s Responsibility to Establish a Better Relationship Between People and the Things They Use

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36b. MethodologyTilo Mentler

Reframing Human-Centered Design -  Keeping Individuals and Societies at Large  in the Loop

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36c. MethodologyYota Passia, Panagiotis Roupas

Post-Cybernetic Logistics of Design  Ecologies: From Fixed Things to Continua  in Continuous Variation

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36d. MethodologyDiana Löffler, Leonie Becker, Marc Hassenzahl

Developing a Questionnaire to Assess  Experienced Human-Computer Relations 

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37a. Politics and EthicsMaurizio Balistreri

Can artificial intelligences be moral? A  sentimentalist virtue ethics approach

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37b. Politics and EthicsFabio Tollon

Do Others Mind? Moral Agents Without  Mental States

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37c. Politics and EthicsStephen Cave, Kanta Dihal

The Whiteness of AI

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37d. Politics and EthicsLevi Checketts

Indigence and Intelligent Engines: Toward  a Phenomenology of First-World Poverty in the Context of Artificial Intelligence

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38a. Digitalization, Communication, and RoboticsMasayoshi Shibata

What makes the “communication per se” possible among autonomous robots?

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38b. Digitalization, Communication, and RoboticsTakashi Hashimoto

Be creative and critical with digital nature of language in digitalized world

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38c. Digitalization, Communication, and RoboticsShoji Nagataki

Digitalizing humanity?

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39a. E-Health and MedicineDmytro Mykhailov

AI systems in contemporary medical  diagnosis: ethical mediation and hybrid  hermeneutics

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39b. E-Health and MedicineKarine Wendrich, Lotte Krabbenborg

Human-technology relations in the context  of a smartphone application for digital selfmonitoring  of Multiple Sclerosis

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39c. E-Health and MedicineJonne Hoek

Tactics of technology appropriation in the  fertility clinic: balancing sacred with  profane

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40a. Alterity RelationsEveline van Zeeland, Jörg Henseler, Bart Wernaart

The 'trust-bot': designing the  conversational style of a chatbot in a medical context

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40b. Alterity RelationsRobin Neuhaus, Matthias Laschke, Ronda Ringfort, Marc Hassenzahl

Exploring New Alterity Relations - Unique  Qualities of Social Interactions with  Machines

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40c. Alterity RelationsInger Berling Hyams

Rigorous Design Practices, Alterity and  Multistability

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41a. Technology and AnthropologyMarco Pavanini

Anthropogenesis as a technical process 

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41b. Technology and AnthropologyAndrej Radman

Machinic Phylum and Architecture:  Conditioning of the present by the future

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41c. Technology and AnthropologyEnrico Postiglione

The Problem of Technology - An  Aristotelian Approach

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41d. Technology and AnthropologyHossein Kaji

Ide’s Encounter with “Technological  Determinism” in Technology and the Lifeworld

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42a. Citizen ethics through design: Perspectives on “citizen ethics” in the development of healthcare technologies (WORKSHOP)Cristina Zaga, Karin Vanderdriesche, Julia Hermann, Sabine Wildevuur

Citizen ethics through design: Perspectives on “citizen ethics” in the development of healthcare technologies

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43a. Data Ethics: Reloaded (PANEL)Esther Keymolen, Linnet Taylor, Gijs van Maanen

Panel Proposal: Data Ethics Reloaded

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44a. Ethics education for engineering students. Build your own teaching materials (WORKSHOP)Lavinia Marin, Tijn Borghuis

Ethics education for engineering students. Build your own teaching materials

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45a. Ethics and AIJasper Schellekens

When Technology Decides: A Normative  Approach to Assigning Responsibility in Machines that Learn

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45b. Ethics and AIKaira Sekiguchi, Koichi Hori

Networking AI systems to promote ethical  design practice

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45c. Ethics and AIErik Persson, Maria Hedlund

AI and the responsibility of the individual

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46a. Design, Art, and EthicsLisa Nelson

Does Censorship Make us More Moral

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46b. Design, Art, and EthicsDesiree Foerster

Experimental environments and the aesthetic experience of metabolic processes

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46c. Design, Art, and EthicsChristopher Black

Recommender Systems as a Mode of Technological Maieutics

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46d. Design, Art, and EthicsSuhaib Aslam

“I Keep Coming Back to My Phone”: An  Ambient, Reflective and Tangible  Approach Towards Digital  Wellbeing

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47a. Anticipating Mediations through Design Fiction (WORKSHOP)Armaghan Behzad Behbahani, Jordan Eshpeter, Linas Gabrielaitis, Ron Wakkary

Anticipating Mediations through Design Fiction

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48a. -Alexander Castleton

Inuit’s commercialization of country foods through Facebook: a postphenomenological and heideggerian approach

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48b. -Levi Checketts

Indigence and Intelligent Engines: Toward a Phenomenology of First-World Poverty in the Context of Artificial Intelligence

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48c. -Ronald Durán-Allimant

The Memory of Things: Technology and “Production Somnambulism”

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48d. -Hossein Kaji

Ihde’s Encounter with “Technological Determinism” in Technology and the Lifeworld

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49a. The Domestic Posthuman (PANEL)Dennis Weiss

Hardware

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49b. The Domestic Posthuman (PANEL)Colbey Reid

Software

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50a. Science and TechnologyKirk Besmer

Affordances and Postphenomenology

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50b. Science and TechnologyDaniel O'Shiel

Subreal and Superreal: Scientific  Modelling and the Rise of a Communal Digital Imagination

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50c. Science and TechnologyStanley C. Kranc

Reading the Record: Putting Time Back  Into the Picture

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51a. Climate, Technology, PoliticsPatricia Reyes

Rethinking the technological mediation of  climate action through postanthropocentric politics

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51b. Climate, Technology, PoliticsSelen Eren

Enacting a Non-Positivist Credibility in  New Ecology

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51c. Climate, Technology, PoliticsIsaac Oluoch

Mapping out Responsibilities and  Implications in the Use of Geo-information Technologies in the Classification, Representation and Monitoring of  Deprived Urban Areas

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52a. E-Health and Medicine IILaura Corti

From Dexterity to Experience: a Crossdisciplinary  Approach to Neuroprosthesis

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52b. E-Health and Medicine IILaura Niño Caceres

Records with human-technology  mediation lenses

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52c. E-Health and Medicine IICarla Greubel, Susan van Hees, Alexander Peine

Attending to value dynamism in a largescale  implementation pilot for health and  ageing innovations

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52d. E-Health and Medicine IINiels Nijsingh

The ethics of automated dynamic default  settings in mobile health

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53a. Behavior Change Technologies and the Everyday Life (WORKSHOP)Roelof de Vries, Rúben Gouveia, Bas de Boer

Behavior Change Technologies and the Everyday Life

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54a. Regulation, technology and mediation: the mutual co-construction of law, ICTs and societyNiels van Dijk

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54b. Regulation, technology and mediation: the mutual co-construction of law, ICTs and societyKaterina Sideri

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54c. Regulation, technology and mediation: the mutual co-construction of law, ICTs and societyRaphaël Gellert

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54d. Regulation, technology and mediation: the mutual co-construction of law, ICTs and societySimone Casiraghi

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54e. Regulation, technology and mediation: the mutual co-construction of law, ICTs and societyAna Fernandez Inguanzo

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55a. Apt Install Ethics: Workshop on the Challenges of Ethics in IT Configuration (WORKSHOP)Ludo Gorzeman, Paulan Korenhof

Apt install ethics

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56a. Robots, AIJelle van Dijk, Abeba Birhane, Frank Pasquale

Debunking Robot Rights:  Metaphysically, Ethically, Legally

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56b. Robots, AITobias Störzinger

Robots as “Active Co-Creators”  of the Social World? Ethical Challenges for Emotionalized Social Robot Companions

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56c. Robots, AIAndrea Berber, Nenad Filipovic, & Sanja Sreckovic

Explanations in AI: The  Anthropocentric ‘Why?’ versus  Fidelity

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57a. Data PoliticsIvan Veul

Following the Issues: A Political  Perspective on Google's Data  Practices

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57b. Data PoliticsMarjolein Krijgsman, Alex Smit

The Construction of Social  Realities Through Open  Government Data: Making visible  the contextual underpinnings of  open data published by Statistics Netherlands (CBS)

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57c. Data PoliticsGerwin van Schie

Technologically Mediated  Racialization: Integrating an  Instrumental, Epistemological and  Ontological Approach

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57d. Data PoliticsSabine Thuermel

Experimenting with the “Not Yet”

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58a. Anticipatory/Future StudiesClarissa Schmitt, Caroline Hummels

Co-creative exploration of fictiona; futures to enable the anticipation  of soft impacts of technologies in becoming

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58b. Anticipatory/Future StudiesNina Bozic Yams, Markus F. Peschl, & Kamnikar Gregor

Sensing Future Potentialities in Human-Technology Relations

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58c. Anticipatory/Future StudiesAnouk Geenen, Julieta Matos Castaño, & Mascha van der Voort

How to anticipate the mediation of values with stakeholders: a designerly approach to technomoral scenarios

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58d. Anticipatory/Future StudiesJoyce Nabuurs, Anouk Heltzel, Willemine Willems, & Frank Kupper

The Potential of Speculative  Design in Public Engagement with  Emerging Science and  Technology

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59a. City & ArchitectureTea Lobo

Mediating Wilderness: The City’s  Self-Demarcation from and  Participation in Nature

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59b. City & ArchitectureStavros Kousoulas

Make and, by Making, Make Yourself:Norms, Values and Architectural Technicities

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59c. City & ArchitectureHidde Kamst

The Cooperative City: a  Participatory Framework for  Using Technology in the City and  Beyond

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59d. City & ArchitectureJulieta Matos Castaño, Anouk Geenen, Corelia Baibarac-Duignan, & Mascha van der Voort

From controversy-paralysis to  controversy-fueled collaboration:  supporting the collective  sensemaking of human-citytechnology  interaction with  futures-oriented methods

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60a. Postphenomenology: Case-StudiesAnders Michelsen, Inger Berling Hyams

Multistability, Diagram and  Emergent Design: The  Entanglement of Technology and  Creativity

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60b. Postphenomenology: Case-StudiesNenad Pavel

Postphenomenological  perspective on learning - A case  study of learning through  technological  mediation

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60c. Postphenomenology: Case-StudiesOshri Bar-Gil

Clipping us together -  Postphenomenological Analysis  of Google Clips Camera

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61a. Knowing with AIPeter Stegmaier

The stupidity of artificial  intelligence – on knowledge and  certainty in artificial cognitive  systems 

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61b. Knowing with AIMarita Isaksson

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE The  implications of current  technological developments for  Harry Collins epistemological  theory and his critique of the  possibilities of a general AI.

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61c. Knowing with AILavinia Marin

To share or to stay silent? An   ecological concept of online responsibility for social media

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62a. Technology in TransitionLuca Collalti, Mads Stærk Christensen, Johan Irving Søltoft, Kristian

Tactics of Sustainable Design

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62b. Technology in TransitionRoel Veraart, Vincent Blok

Sustainable Transition: Bio- or  Technology-based Economy?

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62c. Technology in TransitionEnrico Panai

The Assassin Pie: an ethical approach of simple data visualization elements

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62d. Technology in TransitionOle B. Jensen

Material Pragmatism – Mobilities  design at the crossing of postphenomenology  and pragmatism

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62e. Technology in TransitionOlya Kudina, Peter-Paul Verbeek

The hermeneutic lemniscate as a  technologically mediated account  of interpretation

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62f. Technology in TransitionRichard S. Lewis

Situating the Emerging Human:  Moving Beyond a Technocentric  Perspective in Human- Technology  Relations

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62g. Technology in TransitionAnnie Kurz

Offline, unplugged,  disconnected…a postphenomenological inquiry into  absence-relations to technology

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63a. The Necessity of Critique (PANEL)Yoni van den Eede, Ryan Wittingslow, Federica Buongiorno, Hans

Panel Proposal: The Necessity of Critique I

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64a. -René Mahieu, Ana Fernandez Inguanzo

The phenomenological experience of data and its implications on the notion of autonomy in data protection regulation

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65a. Designing for the politics of artifacts? (PANEL)Heather Wiltse, Pieter Vermaas, Matthew J. Dennis, Holly Robbins

Designing for the politics of artifacts?

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66a. Technology & Applied Hauntology (PANEL)Anna-Carolina Zuiderduin, Alice Fox, Jonathan de Haan

Panel on Technology & Applied Hauntology

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67a. Digital TransformationsDakota Root

The Disappearance of  Roadmaps: digital  transformations of knowledge and  practices

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67b. Digital TransformationsAne Kathrine Bo Johansen, Tom Børsen, Patricia Arjona B. Monteiro, Ditte Maj Kaspersen, Lasse Schwartz Dahlberg, Niels Hasager, Jane Nymann

The digital customer meeting in  the financial sector

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67c. Digital TransformationsGiacomo Figà Talamanca

Mindshaping jerks: the folk psychology of online hostility and trolling

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68a. Postphenomenology: New DirectionsOle B. Jensen

Material Pragmatism – Mobilities design at the crossing of post-phenomenology and pragmatism

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68b. Postphenomenology: New DirectionsOlya Kudina,. Peter-Paul Verbeek

The hermeneutic lemniscate as a technologically mediated account of interpretation

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68c. Postphenomenology: New DirectionsAnnie Kurz

Offline, unplugged, disconnected… a postphenomenological inquiry into absence-relations to technology

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68d. Postphenomenology: New DirectionsRichard S. Lewis

Situating the Emerging Human: Moving Beyond a Technocentric Perspective in Human-Technology Relations

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69a. Technology & The BodyRebecca Louise Breuer

Body, mind and wearables. How technology alters the conception of the body

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69b. Technology & The BodyJessica Lombard

Questioning the body: from  philosophical dualism to sensible  embodiment 

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69c. Technology & The BodyElizabeth C Nelson, Tibert Verhagen, Miriam Vollenbroek-Hutten, & Matthijs L Noordzij

Empowered Embodiment Theory  and its Influence on Adherence

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70a. Thinking and Designing the FutureSofia Kaloterakis

The science-fictionality of the  myth of progress: understanding  the displacement of technoscientific  imagination

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70b. Thinking and Designing the FutureSilvia Cazacu & Ben Schouten

Using design fiction to generate a  discussion about the role of  technology in supporting  citizenship behavior

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70c. Thinking and Designing the FutureRodrigo Hernández-Ramírez

Mapping technological views in  Human-Centered Design - A postphenomenological analysis

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70d. Thinking and Designing the FutureCorelia Baibarac-Duignan, Nanna Verhoeff

Co-Creation in the “Lockdown City”: Re-Designing Creative  Urban Methodologies through Hybrid Interfaces

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71a. WorkBerend Thomas Albertsde Gier

Building a Datafication  Framework: A Case Study in  Measuring Customer Experience  in Facility  Management, using  Action Design Research

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71b. WorkM.W. Vegter, V. Blok, & R. Wesselink

Disrupting Work; AI in Process  Industry

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71c. WorkJan Gogoll, Severin Kacianka, & Niina Zuber

Ethical Deliberation for Agile  Processes 

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71d. WorkKristin Neidinger, Ricardo O'Nascimento Khiet Truong, Hermie Hermens, , & Vanessa

Illuminated Biofeedback for the  Flow State and Teamwork 

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73a. Sensory Augmentation technology - ethics, use and design (PANEL)Michel Witter

Situating sensory substitution for the deaf and the blind

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73b. Sensory Augmentation technology - ethics, use and design (PANEL)Lesley-Ann Daly

Ethical design framework for commercial sensory augmentation technology

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74a. Conversational Futures (ConFu): Future-centered design as conversations with future humans, cyborgs and artificial agents (WORKSHOP)Minha Lee, Alain Starke, Renee Noortman, Cristina Zaga, Gijs Huisman, Kristina Andersen, Lily Frank, Wijnand IJsselsteijn, and Dirk Heylen

Conversational Futures (ConFu): Future-centered design as conversations with future humans, cyborgs and artificial agents

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75a. The Necessity of Critique (II) (PANEL)Jochem Zwier, Darryl Cressman, Taila Picchi, Lars Botin

Panel Proposal: The Necessity of Critique II

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77a. Sex and DesireCiano Aydin

Technology and the structure of  desire

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77b. Sex and DesireChristl de Kloe

Battery Operated Better:  mediating sexual pleasure and  phallocentric normativity in  relation to contemporary  vibrators.

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77c. Sex and DesireKirsten van der Stelt

The Construction of Gender  Binary: A Technological Analysis  Queering the Male/Female  Dichotomy

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77d. Sex and DesireAlice Fox

#SendNudes: The Rise of E-Girls

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78a. Ethics and ResponsibilityKrzysztof Dolega

Better Stewards of Our Nature:  Can AI Foster Morality?

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78b. Ethics and ResponsibilityEmma Ruttkamp-Bloem

Super Ethics or Just Human?

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78c. Ethics and ResponsibilityAriel Guersenzvaig

Responsibility as self-enactment

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78d. Ethics and ResponsibilityMichał Wieczorek

Dewey, MacIntyre and Self- Tracking: A Case for Rethinking  Virtue Ethics of Technology

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79a. Design and the DigitalStefano Gualeni, Daniel Vella

Meaning and Subjectivity in Virtual  Worlds

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79b. Design and the DigitalJoakim Vindenes, Lars Nyre, Zulfikar Fahmy

Phenomenological Prototyping for  Virtual Reality: Storyboarding as  Imaginative Variations

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79c. Design and the DigitalSebastian Nähr-Wagener

Socio-sensitive artificial  assistants? About dimensions of  social appropriateness in humanhuman- interaction and their  potential transfer to humantechnology- relations

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79d. Design and the DigitalSabrina Hauser, Johan Redström, Heather

Speculating on living with and  designing artificial agents

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80a. Theoretical Approaches to AIAlberto Romele

AnAEsthetics: Stock Images and  the Technological Imaginaries of  Artificial Intelligence 

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80b. Theoretical Approaches to AIJesse Josua Benjamin

Patterns and Process: Steps  towards a Post- Phenomenological Hermeneutics  of AI

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80c. Theoretical Approaches to AIJacqueline Bellon

Human-Technology and Human-Media Interactions through Adversarial Attacks

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81a. Design and ValuesIvo Maathuis, Pim Janssen, Masi Mohammadi

The new scholastic landscape:  exploring a value sensitive design  approach to create empathic  school environments for children  with ASDs

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81b. Design and ValuesMartha Risnes

Discussing design ethics in an interdisciplinary team using mediation theory in a speculative design

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81c. Design and ValuesDeger Ozkaramanli, Michael Nagenborg

Moral dilemmas and design  methodologies 

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81d. Design and ValuesCristina Zaga, Sabine Wildevuur, Mascha van der Voort, Peter-Paul Verbeek, Miriam Iliohan, Vanessa Evers

The moral turn in Design Thinking: Towards Responsible Design

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82a. Human-Technology RelationsAnette Forss

The digital turn in nursing  education amid the Covid-19  pandemic a postphenomenological perspective

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82b. Human-Technology RelationsMarga Viljoen

Scale, scope and context in  human-technology-world relations 

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82c. Human-Technology RelationsSantiago de Francisco Vela

Affective technologies. Application  of emotional paradoxes to  technological artifacts

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83a. How much “human” remains in technology? Perspectives of Human-machine-interaction on usability and design (PANEL)Kevin Liggieri

Anthropocentrism in human-machine-interaction

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83b. How much “human” remains in technology? Perspectives of Human-machine-interaction on usability and design (PANEL)Suzana Alpsancar

Embodiment Relation. From “Fahr-Zeug [driving-stuff]” to “Fahr-Ding [driving-thing]”

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83c. How much “human” remains in technology? Perspectives of Human-machine-interaction on usability and design (PANEL)Olivier Del Fabbro

1's or 0's – current or no current: Human-machine-interaction in between the analog-digital and software-hardware

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84a. Design Philosophy Correspondence (PANEL)Pierre Lévy, Deva Waal, Sander van der Zwan, Maarten Smith

Design Philosophy Correspondence

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84b. Design Philosophy Correspondence (PANEL)Paolo Casani

Technological determinism and  the sense of Self

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85a. Gathering Posthuman Perspectives on the “Good Life” and the Energy to Sustain it (WORKSHOP)Holly Robbins Joep Frens Lenneke Kuijer Ron Wakkary

Gathering Posthuman Perspectives on the “Good Life” and the Energy to Sustain It

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Closure talkPeter-Paul Verbeek

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Keynote session 1: The Hard Problem in PostphenomenologyRobert Rosenberger

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Keynote session 2: Wildness in a Synthetic Age: Lessons for HUman-Nature RelationsChristopher Preston

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Keynote session 3: Transforming practices: moving toward a design-philosophy correspondenceCaroline Hummels

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Keynote session 4: A Philoshopy of Cyborg-Technology RelationsAshley Shew

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Voices of the North Sea 1Maarten Meijer, Eileen Stornebrink, Willie Vogel, Dennis Hamer, Charlotte von Meijenfeldt

Negotiating Oosterschelde - Future of the Delta

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Voices of the North Sea 2Jos Spijkerman, Marieke Druiven, Olivia D'cruz, Marina Sulima, Tjesse Riemersma, Leah van Oorschot, Florida Visser, Hugo Heinen, Jesse Havinga

 Speaker of the Deaf - Underwater Noise  

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Voices of the North Sea 3Daniel Garcia

What you humans call North - A voice for the Eal

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