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Luciano Floridi and the technological gambit

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Luciano Floridi and the technological gambit

Luciano Floridi and the technological gambit

Investing in innovation and sustainability for long-term benefits.

«Why technology needs ethics». In conversation with Luciano Floridi

«Why technology needs ethics». In conversation with Luciano Floridi

«Technology needs ethics: we need to give the world a digital human project». In conversation with Oxford philosopher Luciano Floridi

Voices in AI – Episode 65: A Conversation with Luciano Floridi

Voices in AI – Episode 65: A Conversation with Luciano Floridi

About this Episode Episode 65 of Voices in AI features host Byron Reese and Luciano Floridi discuss ethics, information, AI and government…

Book Review: The Fourth Revolution by Luciano Floridi

Book Review: The Fourth Revolution by Luciano Floridi

This is a review of Luciano Floridi's book The 4th revolution. What impact do Information Technology have to our society and identity as Human Beings?

Listen to our latest She Talks Tech podcast episode on 'The Ethics of Coronavirus Apps' with Professor Luciano Floridi

Listen to our latest She Talks Tech podcast episode on 'The Ethics of Coronavirus Apps' with Professor Luciano Floridi

Today, we hear from Professor Luciano Floridi. Luciano is Professor of Philosophy and Ethics of Information at the University of Oxford.

Information and design: book symposium on Luciano Floridi’s The Logic of Information

Information and design: book symposium on Luciano Floridi’s The Logic of Information

The purpose of this paper is to review and discuss Luciano Floridi’s 2019 book The Logic of Information: A Theory of Philosophy as Conceptual Design, the latest instalment in his philosophy ...

Insights 2019 - programme

Insights 2019 - programme

Thought-leaders from across business and education will be sharing their views and sparking the debate.

APA Newsletter on Philosophy and Computers, Vol. 14, no. 2 (spring 2015)

APA Newsletter on Philosophy and Computers, Vol. 14, no. 2 (spring 2015)

First, plenty of intelligent people have joined the Church: Bill Gates, Stephen Hawking, or Elon Musk, Tesla CEO, who has gone as far as to tweet that “We need to be super careful with ...

Presentation: Luciano Floridi – Happiness in an Onlife World

Presentation: Luciano Floridi – Happiness in an Onlife World

Professor Luciano Floridi on Digital Happiness: “It is the capability of digital technology to couple and decouple that makes digital so special. To bun...

Soft Ethics, Hard Ethics, and the Governance of the Digital (Taming the Machines)

Soft Ethics, Hard Ethics, and the Governance of the Digital (Taming the Machines)

I shall conclude by developing an analysis of the role of digital ethics with respect to digital regulation and digital governance. About the Speaker Luciano Floridi is Professor of ...

“AI&I” vTalk with Luciano Floridi

“AI&I” vTalk with Luciano Floridi

The responsible use of tracing apps has currently shaped the public debate on how to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. Accordingly, […]

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Philosophical Studies Series Jenny Krutzinna Luciano Floridi Editors The Ethics of Medical Data Donation Philosophical Studies Series Volume 137 Editor-in-Chief Luciano Floridi, ...

Ethics gains importance in a less religious world, says Luciano Floridi

Ethics gains importance in a less religious world, says Luciano Floridi

Oxford philosopher criticizes his colleague Nick Bostrom's thought, which discusses the end of the world through artificial intelligence