Call for Papers

Metric Culture: The Quantified Self and Beyond (CfP, Conference, 8-9 June 2017)

International Conference, 8-9 June 2017 Organised by: Btihaj Ajana (AIAS and King’s College London) Venue: Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies, Denmark Confirmed keynote speakers: Deborah Lupton (University of Canberra, Australia) Rosalind Gill (City University London, UK) Details: Recent years have witnessed an intensive growth of systems of measurement and an increasing integration Read more…

Conferences and Symposiums

Reconsidering Humanity (Symposium, Live Streamed, 25 June 2015)

Live-streamed symposium Starting June 25 at 9:30 AM CET, this symposium spans across philosophy, neuroscience, anthropology, computer engineering, political science, robotics, psychology etc. to address critical constructive perspectives on basic aspects of currently entertained grand visions with regard to the application of so-called Big Data approaches to research on humans, Read more…

Call for Papers

Ethics of Biomedical Big Data (Call for Chap Abstracts, Ed Volume by Luciano Floridi & Brent Mittelstadt, deadline 30 March 2015)

Call for Chapters:  Ethics of Biomedical Big Data edited volume Peer-reviewed edited volume in Springer’s Philosophical Studies series Editors:   Prof. Luciano Floridi & Dr. Brent Mittelstadt Oxford Internet Institute University of Oxford Deadlines Extended Abstracts:  March 30, 2015 Chapters:  June 30, 2015 Description In biomedical research, the analysis of large datasets (Big Data) has Read more…

Call for Papers

Theorising Personal Medical Devices: New Perspectives (CfP, Conference, Cambridge, 18-19 September 2014)

Theorising Personal Medical Devices: New Perspectives 18th-19th September 2014 Post-doctoral Suite, 16 Mill Lane, University of Cambridge, Cambridge Fuelled by the accelerating pace of technological development and a general shift to personalised, patient-led medicine alongside the growing Quantified Self and Big Data movements, the emerging field of personal medical devices is one Read more…

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