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What is Existentialism

Creative AI Tools and Ethical Implications in Teaching and Learning
The philosophy of the nature of human existence as determined by capacity and capability for free will and free choice.
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Hyperbole or Hypothetical?: Ethics for AI in the Future of Applied Pedagogy
Catherine Hayes (University of Sunderland, UK)
DOI: 10.4018/979-8-3693-0205-7.ch001
Abstract
Debates and sensationalized presentations of artificial intelligence (AI) across the media and in scientific and industrial contexts have shaped public perception of its potential benefits; but the profound potential for harm ought to be acknowledged. This chapter provides a theoretical insight into how AI can be objectively debated amidst the hyperbole surrounding its implementation and the potential for the inaccessible to be made accessible over forthcoming months and years. A new level of paradigmatic sufficiency in terms of underpinning future practice with due regard for the ethical philosophy and sociology within which it will be based.
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Analytical Thinking in a Time of COVID (and Trump): College Students, Elections, and Data Analysis
Is a branch of philosophy that centers around the search for meaning or purpose in our lives.
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For Better or for Worse?: Ethical Implications of Generative AI
The philosophy of the nature of human existence as determined by capacity and capability for free will and free choice.
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The Destructuring of Time in Psychosis
Philosophical current that emerges as a rupture to positivist and mechanistic dogmas. This current analyzes and studies the very existence of the human being thrown into the world. Within this current, temporality is a category of great importance.
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Informality and Informalization among Eritrean Refugees: Why Migration Does Not Provide a Lesson in Democracy
Inspired by Albert Camus and Jean-Paul Sartre the anthropologist Michael Jackson tried to make key concepts of philosophical existentialism useful for anthropological research and theory. These focus on subjectivity and subjective experience of the outside world, on life’s processual character and its therefore inevitable gap between now and then.
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Building Democratisation and Agency: The Adoption of Ethical AI Practice in Pedagogy
The philosophy of the nature of human existence as determined by capacity and capability for free will and free choice.
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