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SPT’s Facebook Group

Our Facebook public group is an informal page for Society for Philosophy and Technology members and friends to collect, exchange articles, post CFPs, and add announcements of interest.


 

fPET: Forum on Philosophy, Engineering & Technology

fPET is a biennial meeting for philosophers, engineers and other researchers and practitioners related to both fields. The mission of fPET is 1) to encourage reflection on engineering, engineers, and technology and 2) to build bridges between existing organizations of philosophers and of engineers.

The fPET meetings continue the tradition of the Workshops on Philosophy and Engineer (WPE) at TU Delft in 2007 and at the Royal Academy of Engineering in London in 2008. Previous fPET meetings have been held at Colorado School of Mines in 2010, at the Graduate University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing in 2012 and at Virginia Tech in 2014.

Various volumes of the Springer series Philosophy of Engineering and Technology are a direct outcome of previous fPET meetings.

2016 fPET Call for Papers

Nuremberg, Germany May 18-20http://www.fpet2016.org/home


Ethics + Emerging Sciences Group

Established in 2007 at California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly), San Luis Obispo, the Ethics + Emerging Sciences Group is a non-partisan organization focused on risk, ethical, and social concerns related to new sciences and technologies.

As a research and educational group, we are involved with ethics and risk assessment, course development, publishing projects, media outreach, public lectures, and other activities to engage policymakers, business, academia, as well as the broader public on key issues in science and society.


INSEIT: International Society for Ethics and Information Technology

INSEIT was created in 2000, with the goal of promoting and facilitating scholarship, education, discussion, and debate, and other activities, on the ethical issues in and surrounded by information technology. The Society will be distinctly devoted to normative issues and will address ethical issues in and surrounding: The design and development of IT; the use and deployment of IT; distribution of IT; impact and implications of IT; and the social and political institutions arising around IT.


IACAP: International Association for Computing And Philosophy

The International Association for Computing and Philosophy exists to promote scholarly dialogue and research on all aspects of the computational and informational turn, and on the use of information and communication technologies in the service of philosophy.


4s: Society for Social Studies of Science

The Society for Social Studies of Science (4S) is a scholarly society founded in 1975 with an international membership of over 1200. Its main purpose is to bring together those interested in understanding science, technology, and medicine, including the way they develop and interact with their social contexts.