Human-Machine Interaction - News

  • July 13th, 2022: Explainable AI
    (with Bettina Finzel, OFU Bamberg; Dr. Hans-Joachim Greif, Warsaw University of Technology; Dr. Lisa Käde, KIT)

    May 5th, 2022: AI and Embodiment
    (with Prof. Dr. Tobias Matzner, University Paderborn; Prof. Dr. Christina Schües, Lübeck Universität; Prof. Dr. Bettina Wuttig, PU Marburg)

    March 31st, 2022: AI and Gender
    (with Prof. Dr.-Ing. Corinna Bath, TU Braunschweig; Dr. Waltraud Ernst, JKU Linz; Jun.-Prof. Dr. Irina Gradinari, FernUniversität in Hagen)

    January 27th, 2022: AI in Care Robotics
    (with Prof. Dr. Arne Manzeschke, Lutheran University of Applied Sciences Nuremberg; Prof. Dr. Jochen Steil, TU Braunschweig)

    November 18th, 2021: Experience and Memory
    (with Prof. Dr. Dr. Thomas Fuchs, Heidelberg; Jun.-Prof. Dr. Kristina Liefke, Bochum; Jun.-Prof. Dr. Sebastian Weydner-Volkmann, Bochum)

    July 14th, 2021: AI in Psychiatry and Psychotherapy
    (with Prof. Dr. Nikolaos Koutsouleris, LMU Munich; Prof. Dr. Mark Schweda, COU Oldenburg; Prof. Dr. Eva Weber-Guskar, RU Bochum; Dr. Wanja Wiese, JGU Mainz)

    June 23rd, 2021: AI in Neurotechnology
    (with Dr. Christoph Bublitz, University of Hamburg; Dr. Philipp Kellmeyer, ALU Freiburg; Prof. Dr. Thorsten O. Zander, BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg)

    January 28th, 2021: Human and Machine Intelligence
    (with Prof. Dr. Vincent C. Müller, TU Eindhoven; Prof. Dr. Markus Paulus, LMU Munich; Prof. Dr. Sebastian Stober, OVGU Magdeburg)

    November 19th, 2020: AI in Medical Robotics
    (with Prof. Dr. Oliver Bendel, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland; Prof. Dr. Manfred Hild, Beuth University of Applied Sciences Berlin; Dr. Janina Loh, University of Wien)

    November 5th, 2020: AI in Medical Imaging
    (with Prof. Dr. Bert Heinrichs, RFWU Bonn; Dr. Rainer Mühlhoff, TU Berlin; Prof. Dr. Daniel Rückert, TU Munich)

    Further dates to follow.

  • 30th June - 1st July, 2022 in Munich: Neurotechnology Meets Artificial Intelligence: Ethical, Legal and Social Implications

    21st - 23rd April, 2021: (Unintended) Information in Human-Machine Interaction - Implications on the Individual and Societal Level

    4th - 5th March, 2021: On Humans and Machines - Human-Machine Interactions in digital_cultures

  • March 2nd, 2021: TBA (contract tracing and Corona-App)
    (with Dr. Joschka Haltaufderheide, Ruhr-Universität Bochum)

    February 23rd, 2021: Digitalisation vs. data protection - current challenges in psychotherpeutic care
    (with Katharina Müller, Ambulanzleitung MUNIP-Ambulanz, LMU Munich)

    February 9th, 2021: More data, faster rescue
    (with Gerhard Kleeberger, Bayerisches Rotes Kreuz)

    February 2nd, 2021: Data ethics: principles and application issues
    (with Sebastian Schleidgen, FernUniversität in Hagen)

    • Friedrich O., Seifert J., Schleidgen S. (Hrsg.) (erscheint 2022): Mensch-Maschine-Interaktion – Konzeptionelle, soziale und ethische Implikationen neuer Mensch-Technik-Verhältnisse (Human-Machine Interaction - Conceptual, Social and Ethical Implications of New Human-Technology Relationships). Mentis.
    • Friedrich O., Schleidgen S. (eds.) (erscheint 2022): Special issue „Ethical Implications of AI Use in Medicine“. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics.
    • Schleidgen S., Friedrich O., Wolkenstein A. (Hrsg.) (erscheint 2022): Epistemische Ungerechtigkeit. Marburg: Tectum.
    • Friedrich O., Schleidgen, S., Wolkenstein, A. (eds.) (erscheint 2022): Topical Collection “Information in Interactions between Humans and Machines“. Philosophy&Technology.
    • Seifert J., Friedrich O., Schleidgen, S. (in press): Imitating the Human. New Human-Machine-Interactions in Social Robots, in: NanoEthics. Studies of New and Emerging Technologies.
    • Seifert J., Friedrich O., Schleidgen S. (in press): On Humans and Machines. Anthropological Considerations on “Intelligent” Neurotechnologies (INTs). Techné: Research in Philosophy and Technology.
    • Friedrich O., Schleidgen, S., Seifert, J. (in press): KI-basierte Interventionen in Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie, in: Janina L., Thomas G. (Hrsg.): Medizin – Technik -Ethik. Spannungsfelder zwischen Theorie und Praxis, Springer Nature.
    • Seifert J. (in Druck): Anthropologische Verstrickungen. Zum Verhältnis von Technik- und Medienanthropologie, in: Kevin L., Marco T. (Hrsg.): Menschenbilder in den Technikwissenschaften des 21. Jahrhunderts, Metzler.
    • Friedrich O., Gerlek S., Seifert J., Schleidgen S. (2022): Value change through information exchange in human-machine interaction. Prometheus. DOI:10.13169/prometheus.38.1.0057
    • Ienca M., Fins J.J., Jox R.J., Friedrich O., Kellmeyer P. (2022): Towards a Governance Framework for Brain Data. Neuroethics 15, 20. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12152-022-09498-8
    • Friedrich, O., Seifert, J. (2022): Interacting with social robots. Between support, surveillance, and new sociality, in: Selin G., Sarah K., Thorben M., Dennis M. (Hrsg.): Von Menschen und Maschinen – Mensch-Maschine-Interaktionen in digitalen Kulturen, Hagen University Press, S. 50-60.
    • Schleidgen S., Friedrich O., Wolkenstein A. (2021): How Intelligent Neurotechnology Can Be Epistemically Unjust. An Exploration into the Ethics of Algorithms. Review of Social Economy, DOI: 10.1080/00346764.2021.1979241
    • Schmid J., Friedrich O., Nörtemann S., Jox RJ. (2021): Thoughts unlocked by Technology – A Survey in Germany about Brain-Computer Interfaces. Nanoethics. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11569-021-00392-w
    • Friedrich, O. und Seifert, J. (2021): Neue Mensch-Maschine-Verhältnisse in der Medizin und anthropologische Deutungsmodelle. In: Friedrich, O. und Bozzaro, C. (Hrsg.): Philosophie der Medizin. Münster: mentis, S.277-292.
    • Friedrich O., Seifert J., Schleidgen S. (2021): KI-gestützte Selbstvermessung der Psyche: Philosophisch-ethische Implikationen. Psychiat Prax, 48 (Suppl. 1): S42-S47.
    • Friedrich O., Wolkenstein A., Bublitz C., Jox RJ., Racine E.(eds.) (2021): (Clinical) Neurotechnology meets Artificial Intelligence: Philosophical, ethical, legal and social implications. Heidelberg: Springer.
    • Friedrich O., Seifert J., Schleidgen S. (2021): Al-Based Self-Tracking of the Mind: Philosophical-Ethical Implications. Psychiat Prax, 48 (Suppl. 1): S1-S6.
    • Wolkenstein A., Friedrich O. (2021). Brain-computer interfaces: Current and future investigations in the philosophy and politics of neurotechnology. In: Friedrich O., Wolkenstein A., Bublitz C., Jox RJ., Racine E. (eds.): (Clinical) Neurotechnology meets Artificial Intelligence: Philosophical, ethical, legal and social implications. Heidelberg: Springer S. 69-80.
    • Friedrich O., Wolkenstein A. (2021). Ethical Issues of Neurotechnologies and Artificial Intelligence. In: Friedrich O., Wolkenstein A., Bublitz C., Jox RJ., Racine E. (eds.): (Clinical) Neurotechnology meets Artificial Intelligence: Philosophical, ethical, legal and social implications. Heidelberg: Springer, S. 1-9.
    • Friedrich O., Schleidgen S. (2021): Mensch-Maschine-Interaktion. Ethische, epistemische und anthropologische Herausforderungen im Kontext des Einsatzes von Brain-Computer Interfaces. Ärzteblatt Baden-Württemberg 3: 138-140.