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Human Futures

A research programme at the Faculty of Arts

ABOUT

Human futures is a research programme at the Faculty of Arts, Aarhus University. We facilitate research between disciplines concerned with the historical and contemporary changes technology can induce on human existence in three distinct areas that call for interdisciplinary collaboration:

  • Technological influences on the human body ranging from gene editing, new medicines and artificial organs to man-machine integration
  • Changes in the human environment in the form of robotics, artificial intelligence and information technologies
  • Representations in popular culture, art, literature and philosophy of imagined human futures.
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EVENTS

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NEWS

2020.11.15 | Seminar

Cultural Analytics Seminar

On the 27th of October 2020, Timothy R. Tangherlini and Lev Manovich gave two talks at the Cultural Analytics seminar. The recordings are now available.

2020.02.28 | Conference

Responsible AI

This week Virginia Dignum, Professor of Computer Science, University of Umeå, visited Human Futures for a talk and a round table on Responsible AI.

2020.02.05 | Conference

Thanks for all the submitted papers for the conference "Posthumanism 20/20"

Thank you all for submitting papers for the conference "Posthumanism 20/20". We have received a great number of abstracts. You will receive a reply no later than the 18th of February.

PAST EVENTS

Tue 27 Oct
16:30-18:00 |
Culture Analytics and the Real (Fake) World: Tracing the Rise of Conspiracy Theories through Machine Learning
Webinar w. Prof. Tim Tangherlini
Wed 07 Oct
16:30-18:15 | ARoS, Aarhus
Book Launch: The Bloomsbury Handbook of Posthumanism
Human Futures celebrates the publication of the Bloomsbury Handbook of Posthumanism with at book launch at ARoS.
Visninger
Responsible AI: Virginia Dignum Virginia Dignum, Professor of Computing Science, University of Umeå, visited Human Futures for a lecture on Responsible AI on February 25. Dignum addressed the ethical implications of artificial intelligence and raised questions about the moral values and decisions behind the behavior of artificial autonomous systems. .

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