A Philosopher’s Holiday Lecture by Licia Carlson, Professor of Philosophy at Providence College and author of Shared Musical Lives: Philosophy, Disability, and the Power of Sonification.
Marianna Ganapini, Union College Assistant Professor of Philosophy, argues that to develop and flourish, “artificial intelligence” (AI) technology needs to have our trust.
People talk a lot about freedom. But unfreedom is what faces us. A Bard College assistant professor of philosophy will describe the problem and how it might be addressed.
In this Philosopher’s Holiday Lecture, a University of Denver assistant professor of philosophy will argue that we are still a long way from developing AI systems that are capable of understanding and communicating meaningfully themselves.
Vieweg, Professor of Philosophy at Friedrich-Schiller University and a leading expert on Hegel, will discuss the systematic and logical beginning of philosophical thinking in conjunction with Hegel’s Science of Logic. Campus community only, please.
The I Ching Meets Western Learning: New Interpretations of the Classic of Changes in Late Ming Dynasty China
A lecture by Dr. Cancan Liao, associate professor of Chinese philosophy in the School of Philosophy, Wuhan University, and a Harvard-Yenching Institute visiting scholar. Campus community only, please.