Smart cities, robotics, artificial intelligence, medical technologies, the energy transition, sustainable technologies and surveillance capitalism: new technologies affect every part of society and our daily lives, raising new ethical and political questions. The Platform for the Ethics and Politics of Technology (PEPT) aims to address these questions by strengthening research in the ethics, politics and governance of technology. It brings together existing research projects but also initiates new projects and collaborations on the ethics and politics of technology.
Official launch on 13 November
You are warmly invited to attend our launch on Friday, 13 November 2020 from 15:30-17:00.
Speakers at the launch event will be Irene Zwiep (Director of the Amsterdam Institute for Humanities Research), Thomas Poell (Co-Director RPA Global Digital Cultures), Sonja Smets (Member Steering Board RPA Human(e) AI), and Peter Sloot (director IAS). Beate Roessler (Chair Department of Philosophy), Huub Dijstelbloem (Philosophy and WRR), Marjolein Lanzing (Philosophy) will be moderating the discussion.
The event will be open to all and will be hosted online via zoom. If you would like to join the launch event, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and you will receive the link to the Zoom meeting.