Algorithm Ethics II
The following article compares the temporality of the life-world with the digital processing. The temporality of the life-world is determined to be stretched and spontaneous. The temporality of the digital is given by discrete step-by-step points of time. Most ethical issues can be traced back to a mismatch of these two ways of processing. This creates a foundation for the ethics of the digital processing. Methodologically, phenomenological considerations are merged with media-philosophical considerations in the article.
Schneider, D. (2019). Difference between algorithmic processing and the process of lifeworld (Lebenswelt). In D. Wittkower (Ed.), 2019 Computer Ethics - Philosophical Enquiry (CEPE) Proceedings, (18 pp.). doi: 10.25884/g90d-n566 Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.odu.edu/cepe_proceedings/vol2019/iss1/10
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