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AI & Philosophy

humAInism delves into the philosophical considerations of AI’s impact on the future of humanity are complex and multifaceted. Ethical frameworks, human agency, socioeconomic implications, and existential risks all require critical examination.
These discussions must involve a wide range of stakeholders, including philosophers, scientists, policymakers, and the general public, to ensure the responsible development and deployment of AI that aligns with core human values.

By addressing these philosophical considerations, we can navigate the path ahead with wisdom and prudence, harnessing the transformative potential of AI while safeguarding our collective well-being.

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How can we deal with AI risks?

November 8, 2023

Clarity in dealing with ‘known’ and transparency in addressing ‘unknown’ AI risks In the fervent discourse on AI governance, there’s an oversized focus on the risks from future AI, compared to more immediate issues: we’re warned about the risk of e...


IGF 2023: Grasping AI while walking in the steps of Kyoto philosophers

October 10, 2023

Read more on relevance of Kyoto Philosophy School for AI governance. Nishodo Kitara's wisdom helps envision an AI future as an extension of our quest for meaning....


Diplomatic and AI hallucinations: How can thinking outside the box help solve global problems?

September 29, 2023

Last week, as the corridors of the UN General Assembly (UNGA) buzzed with the chatter of global leaders, our team at Diplo delved into an unusual experiment: the analysis of countries’ statements using the ‘hybrid intelligence’ approach of combining arti...


EspriTech de Genève: Nexus between technology and humanity

August 28, 2023

At our last stop of the summer journey ‘Recycling ideas’, we come to Geneva, a meeting place of technology and humanity for centuries. The city’s role is gaining new relevance as we find ourselves at a turning point, facing both changes and chall...

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AI Axial Moment: From history’s lessons to future AI governance
September 5, 2023

Join us for the webinar on 5th September (14.00 CEST | 12.00 UTC) when Jovan Kurbalija will delineate a bridge between the past discussed in ‘Recycling Ideas’ and the future of AI governance. We have come to the end of our summer journey of ‘Recycling ideas’. We gathered ideas, concepts, and traditions that can help […]

1st International Online Conference on Digital Transformation in Culture and Education
April 14, 2021

1st International Online Conference on Digital Transformation in Culture and Education 14–16 April 2021 This conference is an excellent forum for digital librarians, researchers, and practitioners to present and discuss the latest advancements, problems, future directions, and trends in digital transformation, especially in today’s ubiquitous virtual env

Humanism and artificial intelligence
December 24, 2019

‘Cars are self-driving’, ‘AI is becoming ‘alive’ and replacing human roles’, ‘An AI just outperformed 20 top lawyers’, and ‘Will AI take over lawyers and judges?’ are just some of the common media titles and topics in the artificial intelligence (AI) debate. While AI makes our lives easier, its rapid development raises numerous philosophi

humAInism and Artificial Intelligence
December 20, 2019

A discussion about artificial intelligence and the future of humanism through the prism of philosophy, politics, linguistics, arts, and technology. On Friday, 20th December, from 17.00 to 19.00h CET, at the Centre for the Promotion of Science in Belgrade, Dr Jovan Kurbalija, director of DiploFoundation, Dr Biljana Scott, senior lecturer at DiploFoundation an

Science fiction meets policy | Policy meets science fiction
January 15, 2019

What can sci-fi teach us about digital politics and its future? What was once considered science fiction is becoming a reality at an accelerated pace. What can sci-fi teach us about the future of digital politics? Can it inform better policies? If so, how? Who? What can sci-fi teach us about digital politics and its […]