11th International Conference on Applied Ethics, Kyoto University – 15-16.12.2018
Our Talks (December 16):
Machine Learning in Healthcare and Its Effects on Clinical Research – by Cansu Canca
A New Viral Epistemology – by Laura Haaber Ihle
The theme of the 11th International Conference on Applied Ethics is “Science, Technology, and Future Generations”.
Invited speakers include:
- Samuel Scheffler (New York University)
- Luciano Floridi (University of Oxford)
- Philip Brey (University of Twente)
- Michael Davis (Illinois Institute of Technology)
- Tony Milligan (King’s College London)
Conference will be hosted by the Center for Applied Philosophy and Ethics (CAPE) and co-hosted by Applied Ethics Center for Engineering and Science, Kanazawa Institute of Technology; Center for Applied Ethics and Philosophy, Graduate School of Letters, Hokkaido University; Hiroshima University Project Research Center for Applied Ethics; Nanzan University Institute for Social Ethics; Project Innovative Ethics, Graduate School of Humanities, Kobe University; the University of Tokyo Center for Biomedical Ethics and Law; and Graduate School of Letters, Kyoto University.