Visualising Homo Digitalis: Drawing pictures with Information Ethics - Three pictures from Canada, Germany and South Africa
19 April 2018

Stuttgart Media University/ Hochschule der Medien
056 (The “Atrium”)

Stuttgart Media University is proud to host a collaborative event together with the Institute for Digital Ethics (IDE), International Centre for Information Ethics (ICIE), Capurro Fiek Foundation for Information Ethics (CFF) and the African Centre of Excellence for Information Ethics (ACEIE), South Africa. The aim of this event is both to allow for an open dialogue on the issues pertaining to digital and information ethics as well as to contribute to the academic discussion on Homo Digitalis. The three pictures will seek to illustrate the various interpretations of what it means to be human in a digital age.

Welcoming Speech
Alexander W. Roos

Bridging Academia and Business Practice through Digital Ethics -
Ten Commitments Reflecting Digital Business Ethics

Tobias Keber (IDE)

Enculturating Algorithms

Rafael Capurro (CFF)
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Digital Wellness illustrating Cognitive Justice

Theo Bothma and Rachel Fischer (ACEIE)

Information Ethics: Being Human in a Digital World

Jared Bielby (ICIE)

Open Discussion and Way Forward