Upcoming events

19
May
2022

Agency: Who is Morally Responsible? - Monima Chadha (Monash University)

Speaker: Monima Chadha Abstract: In the Abhidharmakośa-Bhāṣya, Vasubandhu defends a no-agent view. Actions, he argues, can be explained in terms of causal...
26
May
2022

Modelling as an Epistemic Activity in Ecology - Eden Smith (University of Melbourne)

Speaker: Eden Smith In addition to representing knowledge, models function as tools that contribute to generating new knowledge during investigative practices...
02
Jun
2022

The making of emotional habits: A top-down approach - Elena Walsh (University of Wollongong)

Speaker: Elena Walsh Abstract: Adaptations that trade false positives for speed are ubiquitous in evolutionary design. Many, like blinking, are inflexible....
09
Jun
2022

Can We Step into the Same Algorithm Twice? Examining the Metaphysical Problem of Identity in the Context of Healthcare Artificial Intelligence Regulation - Yves Saint James Aquino (University of Wollongong)

Speaker: Yves Saint James Aquino Artificial intelligence (AI), specifically machine learning (ML), systems hold great potential in improving clinical...
10
Jun
2022

Julia Markovits (Cornell)

Julia Markovits (Cornell) 12–1PM 10 June 2022 Location: RSSS room 6.71 ...
16
Jun
2022

Barriers to Change, Possibilities for Resistance: A Pre-Implementation Challenge to Conceptual Engineering - Paul-Mikhail Podosky (Macquarie University)

Speaker: Paul-Mikhail Podosky Abstract: Conceptual engineering has strong political roots. But if conceptual engineering, understood as the development of non...
23
Jun
2022

Values as Vectors - Daniel Muñoz (University of North Carolina)

Speaker: Daniel Muñoz Abstract: I defend a new kind of value theory that represents values not as single numbers or intervals, but as many-dimensional vectors...

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