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    Filosofia, Ética e Política​

    2018-2019

    Seminário 2

    Democracia algorítmica: ética, bien común y sociedad digital

    Algorithmic democracy: ethics, common good and digital society

    Patrici Calvo (Universitat Jaume I)

     

    21 de novembro 2018 | 16h00

    Sala do Departamento de Filosofia (Torre B – Piso 1)
    Faculdade de Letras da Universidade do Porto

     


    Resumen: Actualmente, la convergencia de la Inteligencia Artificial, el Big Data y el Internet de las cosas permite la algoritmización, dataficación e hiperconectividad de todo ámbito de actividad humana, como el económico, el asistencial o el político. Este hecho, junto con la desafección participativa de la sociedad civil hacia los actuales modelos democráticos, está generando nuevas propuestas democráticas basadas en la supuesta objetividad, moralidad, representabilidad y neutralidad de los modelos matemáticos basados en redes neuronales artificiales de aprendizaje automático. Utilizando una metodología hermenéutico-crítica en el estudio de fuentes bibliográficas, el objetivo de la conferencia es mostrar los retos, límites y consecuencias éticas que subyacen a las diversas propuestas democráticas basadas en modelos matemáticos de decisión, datos masivos y la hiperconectividad de la sociedad digital.

    Palabras clave: Sociedad digital, Redes neuronales artificiales, Etificación, hiperconectividad

    Abstract: Currently, the convergence of Artificial Intelligence, Big Data and the Internet of Things allows the algorithmization, datafication and hyperconnectivity of all human activity areas, such as economic, welfare or political. This fact, together with the participatory disaffection of civil society towards the current democratic models, is generating new democratic proposals based on the supposed objectivity, morality, representability and neutrality of mathematical models based on artificial neural networks of machine learning. Using a hermeneutic-critical methodology in the study of bibliographical sources, the objective of the coference is to show the challenges, limits and ethics consequences that underlie the diverse democratic proposals based on mathematical models of decision, big data and the hyperconnectivity of the digital society.

    Keywords: Digital society, Artificial neural networks, Ethification, hyperconnectivity

     

    Patrici Calvo is Associate Professor of Moral Philosophy at Universitat Jaume I. He is Master of New Trends and Innovation Processes in Communication (Universitat Jaume I), Master of Corporate Social Responsibility (Technical University of Valencia) and PhD in Moral Philosophy (Universitat Jaume I) with the international doctoral thesis entitled “Economic Rationality: The Ethical Aspects of Reciprocity.” His lines of research include economics (economic and business ethics), Internet of Things (Ethics of Things), neuroscience (moral neuroeducation and neuroconomics) and whistleblowing (ethical monitoring systems) from a critical-discursive perspective. Besides, he is author of book The Cordial Economy – Ethics, Recognition and Reciprocity (Springer, 2018).


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    Ciclo de Seminários Filosofia, Ética e Política 2018-2019http://ifilosofia.up.pt/activities/ciclo-de-seminarios-filosofia-etica-e-politica

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    Research Group Philosophy and Public Space
    Instituto de Filosofia da Universidade do Porto - FIL/00502

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