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Evolutionary Robotics, Organic Computing and Adaptive Ambience - Epistemological and Ethical Implications of Technomorphic Descriptions of Technologies

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The central features and performances of technologies are often referred to as if they were living entities, thus they are supposed to act as human agents, simulate human activities, properties or skills. Technomorphic and biomorphic descriptions are not only present in everyday language use, but within the sciences as well.

In this book, the authors reflect on the methodological, anthropological as well as normative roles metaphors play in the development and implementation of adaptive and intelligent technologies. The structures, areas of applications and implications of technomorphic and biomorphic descriptions are put under scrutiny in order to provide guiding knowledge for technology developers and policy makers and initiate critical refelctions of exposure to new technologies.

About the author

Mathias Gutmann ist Juniorprofessor für Anthropologie zwischen Biowissenschaften und Kulturforschung in Marburg. Er promovierte in Philosophie und Biologie.

Product details

Assisted by Michael Decker (Editor), Mathia Gutmann (Editor), Mathias Gutmann (Editor), Julia Knifka (Editor)
Publisher Lit Verlag
 
Languages English, German
Product format Paperback / Softback
Released 01.01.2016
 
EAN 9783643901514
ISBN 978-3-643-90151-4
No. of pages 224
Dimensions 163 mm x 235 mm x 12 mm
Weight 409 g
Series Hermeneutics and Anthropology /Hermeneutik und Anthropologie
Hermeneutics and Anthropology / Hermeneutik und Anthropologie
Subjects Humanities, art, music > Humanities (general)
Natural sciences, medicine, IT, technology > IT, data processing > IT

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