Keele - Bucharest workshop in moral psychology: Moral judgments in the era of new digital technologies
University of Keele
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Topic: The 2023 debut edition of the Keele - Bucharest workshop in moral psychology is dedicated to studying and understanding moral judgments in the era of new digital technologies. The purpose of this collaboration is to bring together a multidisciplinary community that aims to lead innovative and cutting-edge research at the intersection of fields such as moral psychology and ethics, with a focus on emerging technologies including Virtual Reality, Artificial Intelligence, and Autonomous Vehicles.
The workshop will address a series of problems and central issues in the field:
Can/should we use Virtual Reality technologies for moral enhancement purposes (including empathy augmentation)?
What are the main components of the ethical debates surrounding the development of autonomous vehicles (including decisions in extreme traffic situations, privacy related issues, and the role of human intervention)?
How does the internet mediate well-being (including digital well-being across cultures)?
Are new digital technologies a threat to liberty and what is their impact on accountability (including moral responsibility in the digital age)
When: Monday 4th - Wednesday 6th September 2023
Where: University of Keele
Contributors: : Amber Collings, Mihai-Valentin Cernea, Brian D. Earp, Jim A.C. Everett, Kathryn Francis, Toni Gibea, Rohan Kapitany, Ethan Landes, Emilian Mihailov, Radu Uszkai, Cristina Voinea, and Anda Zahiu.
Organiser: Dr Kathryn Francis, University of Keele
Sponsored by: Digital Society Institute, University of Keele and KAVERN (Keele Augmented, Virtual, and Extended Reality Network)
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