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 Innovation – Open Philosophy Network lunch workshop, Hack Belgium Conference 2019, 28-30/3/19
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.
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: