Ethics and Technology (6) – a Prerequisite for European Research: Engineering and Technology
In this episode we welcome Rebecca Roache, a British philosopher and Senior Lecturer at Royal Holloway, University of London and Jonathan Seglow, Associate Professor in the Department of Politics, International Relations and Philosophy also at at Royal Holloway.
Ethics and Technology (5) – a Prerequisite for European Research: Engineering and Technology
In this episode we speak with Elisabeth Oswald professor from the department of artificial intelligence and cybersecurity at The University of Klagenfurt about the ethics considerations in the world of education and research.
Ethics and Technology (1) – a Prerequisite for European Research: Medical and Health Sciences
In this episode we speak with Nikola Biller-Andorno who directs the Institute of Biomedical Ethics and History of Medicine at the University of Zurich in Switzerland. We look at some of the ethics issues in medical and health sciences and how to best integrate key principles for successful ethics o…
Ethics and Technology (2) – a Prerequisite for European Research: Infrastructure & Smart Mobility
In this episode, we speak with Hans Graux, an attorney in Brussels whose firm, Timelex specializes in the legal aspects of information technology, which of course includes ethics. We will see how constructing a world class Infrastructure & Smart Mobility platform in Europe has roots in ethical beha…
Ethics and Technology (3) – a Prerequisite for European Research: Cybersecurity
Conçalo Cadete joins us to talk about the ethical framework which is becoming standard for large, EU funded projects. As is an internal auditor for a cybersecurity project spanning Europe, he is well equipped to share some of the success stories and highlight areas of needed improvement.
Ethics and Technology (4) – a Prerequisite for European Research: Engineering and Technology
Today Marcel Moritz joins our ethics conversation. He manages Legal, Ethical and Societal Issues in a EU funded project which addresses complex forensic tools for law enforcement agencies. He joines us today from The University of Lille where is is a lecturer in public law.