Call: “The Phenomenon of Interaction in Human-Machine Interaction” Online Workshop

Call for Participation

ON HUMANS AND MACHINES
HUMAN-MACHINE INTERACTIONS IN DIGITAL_CULTURES
Annual conference of the research cluster digitale_kultur at the University of Hagen and the Emmy Noether Research Group (DFG): “The Phenomenon of Interaction in Human-Machine Interaction (MMI)”
March 3-5, 2021
The conference will take place as an interactive online event
https://on-humans-and-machines.fernuni-hagen.de/en/home/

Registrations accepted until March 1, 2021

The workshop looks at qualitative innovations of current human-machine interactions from an interdisciplinary perspective. Philosophical, cultural-, social- and educational approaches as well as perspectives of the technology developers are being discussed.

The focus lies on the social and cultural implications of new MMI. Starting point are current discussions about the limits and potentials of the information paradigm. In the face of current technological developments, it is up to debate whether new forms of MMI can still be described exhaustively by the information paradigm or whether different description modes are needed. As alternative starting points the workshop discusses positions from the fields of postphenomenology, critical code studies and infrastructure research. To what extent are these lines of theory informative for understanding new developments in the field of human-technology relations? And how can such approaches inform new formats of empirical research in the field of digital methods and vice versa?

Keynotes speakers:
Peter Paul Verbeek (Twente)
Stefania Milan (Amsterdam)

Further information on the conference website:
https://on-humans-and-machines.fernuni-hagen.de/en/home/

Book of Abstracts:
https://on-humans-and-machines.fernuni-hagen.de/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/OnHumansAndMachines-Book_of_Abstracts.pdf

Organization:

  • Selin Gerlek (Assistant Professor at Emmy Noether-Research Group The Phenomenon of Interaction in Human-Machine Interaction)
  • Sarah Kissler (Scientific Coordinator of the research group I: Digitalisation – Subjectivation – Embodimentas part of the research cluster digital_cultures)
  • Thorben Mämecke (Managing Director of the research cluster digital_cultures)
  • Dennis Möbus (Scientific Coordinator of the research group II: digital humanities – Research in the Digital Spaceas part of the research cluster digital_cultures)
  • Johanna Seifert (Assistant Professor at Emmy Noether-Research Group The Phenomenon of Interaction in Human-Machine Interaction)
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