In the ever-shifting patterns of our online selves, where we move between the real and the unreal and where truth becomes a political and social commodity, is the art of conversation lost?
This series explores how our patterns of engagement are changing and how all the minutiae of conversations, the things we say and the things we leave unsaid, are affected by virtual environments. Join us in the Old Library from 19:30-21:00 to find out more. Entrance through Radcliffe Square.
Dr Mariarosaria Taddeo is Senior Research Fellow at the Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, where she is the Deputy Director of the Digital Ethics Lab, and is Faculty Fellow at the Alan Turing Institute. Her recent work focuses mainly on the ethical analysis of Artificial Intelligence, cyber security, cyber conflicts, and ethics of digital innovation. Her area of expertise is Philosophy and Ethics of Information, although she has worked on issues concerning Epistemology, Logic, and Philosophy of AI. In 2018, ORBIT listed her among the 100 experts working on AI in world. In the same year, she was been listed among the top 50 most inspiring Italian women working in digital technologies. Dr Taddeo has been awarded The Simon Award for Outstanding Research in Computing and Philosophy; and the World Technology Award for Ethics acknowledging the originality and her research on the ethics of cyber conflicts, and the social impact of the work that she developed in this area. Since 2016, Taddeo serves as editor-in-chief of Minds & Machines (SpringerNature) and of Philosophical Studies Series (SpringerNature).