Sammelband und Online Workshop Serie zu 'Manipulation Online'
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Call-Bezeichnung: Call for Papers
Deadline: 23. August 2020
Veranstaltende Institution: Delft University of Technology & Radboud University Nijmegen
***Final Call for abstracts***
Manipulation Online: Philosophical Perspectives on Human-Machine Interactions
Edited volume & online workshop series
Fleur Jongepier (Radboud University Nijmegen) & Michael Klenk (Delft University of Technology)
We invite submissions of extended abstracts (700-1000 words) for an *online workshop series* and an *open-access edited volume* to be published with Routledge (or similar).
We increasingly interact with artificially intelligent machines like virtual assistants, robot care-takers, or algorithmic systems used for behavioural targeting. Such systems influence our (online) lives and the decisions we make in various ways. Recently, both the public and an increasing number of digital ethicists have raised concern about the distinctly manipulative nature of the influence of some digital technologies (e.g. Burr & Floridi 2020, Susser et al. 2019, Klenk 2020, Yeung 2016, Zarsky 2003). At the same time, the concept of manipulation has only very recently received sustained attention from moral and political philosophy (see e.g. Coons & Weber 2014).