It is common to think that technology is morally neutral. “Guns don’t kill people; people kill people’ - as the typical gun lobby argument goes. But is this really the right way to think about technology? Could it be that technology is not so neutral as we might suppose? These are questions I explore today with my guest Olya Kudina. Olya is an ethicist of technology focusing on the dynamic interaction between values and technologies. Currently, she is an Assistant Professor at Delft University of Technology.
- Olya's Homepage
- Olya on Twitter
- The technological mediation of morality: value dynamism, and the complex interaction between ethics and technology - Olya's PhD Thesis
- 'Ethics from Within: Google Glass, the Collingridge Dilemma, and the Mediated Value of Privacy' by Olya and Peter Paul Verbeek
- "Alexa, who am I?”: Voice Assistants and Hermeneutic Lemniscate as the Technologically Mediated Sense-Making - by Olya
- 'Moral Uncertainty in Technomoral Change: Bridging the Explanatory Gap' by Philip Nickel, Olya Kudina and Ibo van den Poel