The Philosophy Department of the Central European University, the Institute Vienna Circle and the Unit for Applied Philosophy of Science and Epistemology (of the Department of Philosophy of the University of Vienna) are jointly organizing a series of talks this term.
This talk will apply John Dewey’s theory of culture and technology and science to algorithmic platforms, commonly known as “artificial intelligence,” to indicate the need to consider not simply the platforms themselves, but the data they rely upon, as continuous with culture to better understand the indirect and direct consequences of their deployment and how they structure experience.
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