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Political Dimensions of Environmental Citizenship [chapter]

Ralph Levinson, Demetra Paraskeva-Hadjichambi, Bjørn Bedsted, Boris Manov, Andreas Ch. Hadjichambis
2020 Environmental Discourses in Science Education  
Acknowledgement This chapter is based on work from Cost Action ENEC -European Network for Environmental Citizenship (CA16229) -supported by COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology).  ...  Ravetz (2004) depicted post-normal science, as identified technologies such as nanotechnology, robotics and artificial intelligence, known by the acronym GRAIN, as those where decision stakes and social  ...  While many scientific and technological developments are directed towards the public good in terms of their social desirability, ethical acceptability and sustainability (Owen et al. 2009 ), products  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-20249-1_2 fatcat:uuz2jqtr7rehrgewm7tlk7u4mm

STRENGTHENING ECOLOGY OF CITIZENSHIP AS A SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

Edi Kusnadi, Dito Hendro Prakoso
2017 Zenodo  
One of the efforts to maintain and maintain and preserve the balance is the role of Citizenship Education (Civics), especially Citizenship Education is treated as an ecological education that is practically  ...  This condition certainly requires an alternative step solution that includes all components of society, specially in the school as the basis of citizenship education.  ...  On both sides, the designer of citizenship theory sees a change in the relationships between global and local citizenship in an ecological context, using social responsibility in a citizenship area so  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5090445 fatcat:jieyw43tgbgxbkghdowuplzlze

Citizenship as the exception to the rule: an addendum

Tyler L. Jaynes
2020 AI & Society: The Journal of Human-Centred Systems and Machine Intelligence  
This addendum expands upon the arguments made in the author's 2020 essay, "Legal Personhood for Artificial Intelligence: Citizenship as the Exception to the Rule", in an effort to display the significance  ...  human augmentation technologies will have on (feasibly) inadvertently providing legal protections to artificial intelligence systems (AIS)-a topic only briefly addressed in that work.  ...  the IEEE P2863™ -Recommended Practice for Organizational Governance of Artificial Intelligence -Standard Development Group (organized under the IEEE Computer Society Standards Activity Board).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00146-020-01105-9 pmid:33223621 pmcid:PMC7665966 fatcat:6lwgki3rmbhhjmeokzmfh3nnoa

Global Citizenship Education [chapter]

2020 Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals  
Citizens who understand this unity-diversity tension and act accordingly do not materialize from thin air; they are educated for it (Banks et al. 2005, p. 7).  ...  Multicultural societies are faced with the challenge of creating nation-states that recognize and incorporate the diversity of their citizens and embrace an overarching set of shared values, ideals, and  ...  To leave behind an anthropocentric perspective will force us to conceive of another type of pedagogy, one that would make more sense if we look for an inclusive education, one based on community rights  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-95870-5_300110 fatcat:2ayaqoxbcve4jfhmpfz27bnwxi

Ethics for "intelligent" beings created by man: scenarios of the future

Zorica Mijartovic, Orhan Jašić
2021 Epistēmēs Metron Logos  
Artificial intelligence is a challenge for many scientists and researchers today.  ...  On the one hand, the development of artificial intelligence can be beneficial for people as it can significantly facilitate their daily lives and jobs.  ...  We do not know if it will cause a change in some aspect of an anthropocentric ethics such as Kant's, and then in the anthropocentric view of people in the world.  ... 
doi:10.12681/eml.27743 fatcat:g4hz377mf5cvboumsuoxxbwhni

The Posthuman Divine: When Robots Can Be Enlightened

Francesca Ferrando
2020 Sophia  
In a posthuman future, human and non-human beings, plants, and minerals will most likely co-exist with advanced artificial intelligence, sentient robots, and conscious humanoids.  ...  In the past, the social mantra for unanswerable questions was 'only God knows.'  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11841-019-00753-9 fatcat:gve7guzaqrarfelyew65uykbwi

Neoliberalism and justice in education for sustainable development: a call for inclusive pluralism

Helen Kopnina, Brett Cherniak
2016 Environmental Education Research  
It is argued that the dominant form of pluralism employed within education is essentially anthropocentric, prioritizing social justice over interests of more-than-humans.  ...  Commonly conceived, sustainable development is concerned with social and economic equity and maintenance of ecological stability for future generations.  ...  An anthropocentric pluralism's artificial perch offers the illusion of superiority and a transient experience of 'wealth' at the expense of others (Crist and Kopnina 2014) .  ... 
doi:10.1080/13504622.2016.1149550 fatcat:z3nphkpvcjf55krgxh5w5a2tue

Science Fiction Drama: Promoting Posthumanism

Hend Khalil Khalil
2019 Occasional Papers in the Development of English Education  
Nevertheless, the apprehension of artificial intelligence continues and the question remains: What could Sophia/ artificial intelligence offer to humanity?  ...  ISSN 1110-2721 Science Fiction Drama: Promoting Posthumanism Hend Khalil The British University in Egypt The current hype of artificial intelligence or non-humans manifested via Sophia, the social  ... 
doi:10.21608/opde.2019.133249 fatcat:57tfil5lgbfyxinhws5heujasq

No substitute for human touch? Towards a critically posthumanist approach to dementia care

NICHOLAS JENKINS
2016 Ageing & Society  
On the one hand, humanism has provided an intellectual vehicle for recognising people with dementia as sentient beings with inalienable human rights.  ...  The former seeks, primarily, to use advances in 21st-century technologies to eradicate dementia.  ...  Acknowledgements I am grateful to Julie Watson, University of Edinburgh for conducting a literature search on dementia and digital technologies, which helped to inform the theoretical work presented in  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0144686x16000453 fatcat:q5m23hytzrctxcetzmcsj7uutq

Transhumanism, Posthumanism, And The "Cyborg Identity"

Cennet Ceren ÇAVUŞ
2021 fe dergi feminist ele  
Hughes also supports citizenship for non-humans by saying "democracy for persons, not humans."  ...  Since technology is not a science and is a tool for many sciences, and an object of inquiry in terms of its consequences there is not an independent field of study for technology itself.  ...  Transhumanists who point out the existential risk of extinction for human species should realize that risk is the product of the anthropocentric paradigm.  ... 
doi:10.46655/federgi.947009 fatcat:4o2wdwem75fudjwllzsep4iegu

AI&Society: editorial volume 35.2: the trappings of AI Agency

Karamjit S. Gill
2020 AI & Society: The Journal of Human-Centred Systems and Machine Intelligence  
The third response is to question the very nature of intelligence of the artificial, raising questions about sentience and our understanding of the data-driven world.  ...  Further, such an integration of algorithmic systems has the potential of significant privacy and ethical consequences for individuals, organisations and societies as a whole.  ...  The contributions raise issues of the dangerous drift for human society towards amplified intelligence, existential threat (technological arrest) of artificial super intelligences, the paradox of predictive  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00146-020-00961-9 fatcat:hwqj4staqnfqhcnrvb3nbkktw4

Robot as Legal Person: Electronic Personhood in Robotics and Artificial Intelligence

Sergio M. C. Avila Negri
2021 Frontiers in Robotics and AI  
This paper seeks to investigate the proposal to create a legal (electronic) personhood for robots with artificial intelligence based on the European Parliament resolution with recommendations on Civil  ...  In addition to an anthropomorphic rhetoric, we can observe the prevalence of a pragmatic line that seeks to be guided, mainly, by the model of corporations, without taking into account, however, problems  ...  Sophia, a humanoid robot with Artificial Intelligence (AI), developed by the Hanson Robotics company, received citizenship from Saudi Arabia in 2017.  ... 
doi:10.3389/frobt.2021.789327 pmid:35004866 pmcid:PMC8734654 fatcat:wdgu3lls3fhglb7ryjo54ib4u4

The Crisis of Humanism and Emerging Post-Anthropocentric Epoch: A Personalistic View

Dmitriy A. Davydov, Institute for Philosophy and Law, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Yekaterinburg, Russia
2020 Changing Societies & Personalities  
The present article is devoted to a discussion of the crisis of humanism and prospects for a post-anthropocentric society.  ...  This problem is associated with the prospect of losing the capability of "metamorphosis" due to the latest human technologies for universal communication (empathy and understanding) along with the destruction  ...  genes, integrate into the technological environment (i.e. become cyborgs) -and that artificial intelligence technologies will develop giving rise to superconsciousness or super-beings endowed with such  ... 
doi:10.15826/csp.2020.4.2.099 fatcat:rjkmvfwqr5gjbcom5hvzqfys34

Recent Approaches in the Posthuman Turn: Braidotti, Herbrechter, and Nayar

Başak Ağın Dönmez
2016 Relations  
In this chapter, Herbrechter engages with critical questions of technologization, futurism, and artificial intelligence, noting that these are indispensable elements of posthumanism at present.  ...  by postmodernism, namely anthropocentric humanism" (2013, 78) .  ... 
doaj:129632b940c647959cd96346364718f8 fatcat:fzrc73ic5bawxd67oik4yhs66y

What it feels like for a (networked) girl

Alessandra Mularoni
2021 Inscriptions  
Drawing from Freudian melancholia, this essay offers a developing framework for machinic psyche.  ...  Where Turkle's interests in early cybernetic discourse lay in human nature and psychology, networked technology today presents a dispersal of cognition, spilling the notion of consciousness onto nonhuman  ...  Acknowledgements The ideas developed in this paper were informed by discussions in Eugene Thacker's "Thinking Technology" course at The New School.  ... 
doaj:7ded13c650844552aa3b7367b4a65d58 fatcat:zngd5f5mqzg25lhjalodivm6ba
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