speaking

From Theory to Practice: Where do Algorithmic Accountability and Explainability Frameworks Take Us in the Real World – Co-organiser of workshop (CRAFT session) at ACM FAT* 2020, Barcelona, Spain, 29/1/2020

Liquid AI: Accountability and governance of transnational AI systems – Panel discussion at CPDP, Brussels, 22/1/2020 (full video available here)

AI governance: theoretical and practical implications of EU “regulation” on AI – Panel discussion at Brussels Privacy Hub, Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB), 9/10/2019

A Human Rights Perspective on Artificial Intelligence – DJ ITech Innovation Week (3rd Edition), European Parliament, 3/10/19

Friction and the ‘AI arms race’ narrative: Ethics and Human Rights – International Conference ‘Technology and Society’, KU Leuven; Belgium, 10/9/19

Big Data and Human Rights – Workshop at Amnesty Day 2019, Amnesty Flanders, 7/9/2019

The Ethics and Politcs of Artificial Intelligence – Data Innovation Summit, Université Libre de Bruxelles, 26/6/2019

Tech Ethics for Responsible InnovationOpen Philosophy Network lunch workshop, Hack Belgium Conference 2019, 28-30/3/19

Open Philosophy for the Technological Future – Open Belgium Conference 2019, 4/3/19 (presentation of Open Philosophy Network)

Innovation Week at the European Parliament

doctoral work

On Patočka’s Problematic Philosophy of History – Workshop on ‘Patočka: Phenomenology, History, Politics’, KU Leuven, 21/6/18

Europe’s Last Gasp: Jan Patočka’s 6th Heretical Essay in the context of German Kriegsphilosophie – International Society for Intellectual History Annual Conference, ‘Rethinking Europe in Intellectual History’, Rethymnon, Crete, 3-5 May 2016.

Jan Patočka’s Post-Europe: The ‘Solidarity of the Shaken’ and the Limits of European Identity – Nordic Society for Phenomenology Annual Conference, ‘Phenomenology and Beyond,’ University of Iceland, Reykjavík, 21-23 April 2016.

Sacrifice for Sacrifice’s Sake? Does Patočka Aestheticize Politics? – Workshop ‘Pro Patria Mori – Solidarity and Sacrifice in the First World War, IWM Vienna, April 15, 2016.

Striving beyond Grounds: Phenomenology and the Political Test – International Conference “Horizons beyond Borders. Traditions and Perspectives of the Phenomenological Movement in Central and Eastern Europe,” Budapest, Hungary, 17-19 June, 2015.

The Wound Which Will Not Close: Jan Patočka’s Socrates – Multi-Centred Phenomenology Workshop, KU Leuven, March 2, 2015.

War by Other Means: Jan Patočka on the Twentieth Century’s Struggle against Total Mobilization – International Conference ‘The Great War and Phenomenology’, KU Leuven, December 3-6, 2014.

The Negative Power of an Idea: Jan Patočka on the Philosophical Heritage of Europe – International Conference ‘Europe, the Very Idea’, UWE Bristol, May 9-10 2014.

Two Ontologies of the Ethical in Jan Patočka’s Eternity and Historicity – Patočka and Europe, Husserl Archives Workshop, KU Leuven, March 21, 2014.


video

Check out the some of the video lectures that I co-starred in as part of KU Leuven’s MOOC on the First World War and Philosophy:

GRAPH MOOC video on Lenin and the First World War
GRAPH MOOC video on Anarchism (Gustav Landauer) and the First World War
GRAPH MOOC video on Freud and the First World War