Artifical and collective intelligence: algorithmic governance, digital platforms and political participation
"Artifical and collective intelligence: algorithmic governance, digital platforms and political participation” is a roundtable organized by Xabier Barandiaran, Antonio Calleja-López and Antonio Casado da Rocha as a part of the XXI Ethics and political philosophy week.
The aim of Ethics and political philosophy week is to facilitate interaction and collaboration between researchers and research groups of the European and Ibero-American university community around the ethical and political challenges characteristic of those shared spaces that today are contemporary democracies, international relations, personal and professional ties, and dealing with non-human animals and Nature.
The roundtable include the following presentations:
- Toni Navarro and Alejandra López Gabrielidis: “Socializing the means of cognition: a Marxist vision of A.I.”
- Rodolfo Salazar y Maider Zilbeti: “Reflections on participatory processes in indigenous communities in Mexico”
- Marta Pérez Verdugo: “Design of digital platforms for individual and collective autonomy: Decidim as a case study”
- Ion Arrieta: “Decidim: promoting deliberation and collective intelligence”
- Antonio Casado da Rocha y Ekai Txapartegi. “Model for Collaborative Governance across Gipuzkoa. Ethics and Political Philosophy Week” [Poster 1]"
- Antonio Casado da Rocha y Lucia Pérez Prat. “G2030: crowdsourcing the future: Collective intelligence for a shared vision. XXI. Ethics and Political Philosophy Week” [Poster 2]"
El programa de la mesa y del evento marco se puede descargar aquí.