Identity and Difference in Robotic Doppelgänger
Presentation and Discussion with Primary Education Teacher Students at University College of Teacher Education Vienna, 2022/05/25, Erasmus Mobility
Fabrizia Abbate is currently an Associate Professor of Moral Philosophy at the University of Molise (Italy), in the Department of Medicine and Health Sciences; she is also member of the Scientific Committee of the Interdisciplinary Research Center on Governance and Public Policies in the same University. She has been a member of the Italian Society of Moral Philosophy from 2017 and a member of the Italian Society of Aesthetics since 2013. She was previously a contracted Lecturer in Aesthetics at Roma Tre University in Rome (Department of Education), Researcher in Ethics and Education at Ca’Foscari University of Venice (Centre of Excellence for Advanced Didactic Research), and Visiting Scholar at the University of Chicago (US) with a research project supported by Martha C. Nussbaum. Her work focuses specifically on European hermeneutics, with a particular attention to the questions of subjectivity, imagination and social capabilities. She is currently working on topics of ethics linked to robotic issues and medical/educational artificial intelligence.
Ein Podcast über künstliche Intelligenz und Robotik
Dies ist ein Seminarbeitrag für die Lehrveranstaltung Entwicklungen in der Wissens- und Informationsgesellschaft aus dem Sommersemester 2019, Gruppe BP3A02 über “Künstliche Intelligenz” von Melanie Kain, Marina Kovacic, Nikolas Lehner und Jeannine Zimmermann.