Author: Ana Luize Corrêa Bertoncini

New technology, old dilemmas: how artificial intelligence is bringing up classic philosophical arguments

In 1956, at the Dartmouth Workshop, John MacCarthy coined the term artificial intelligence (AI) along with other prominent authors: Marvin Minsky, Herbert Simon, and Allen Newell. The origin of AI benefited from the intersection of two significant intellectual developments of the time, the cognitive revolution and the theory of computability, and brought from the imagination […]

So, are you going to attend any event this year?

Contact with other professionals and students, updated content, exciting conversations. There are countless reasons to attend academic events! If you’re an undergraduate student, you’ve probably seen a poster advertised by the University or even listened to one. However, have you ever thought about submitting any work? A few months before registration, the organizing institutions publish […]

AdmEthics teachers are theme coordinators in the next EnANPAD

The “XLVI Encontro da ANPAD – EnANPAD” is one of the leading academic events in the Administration area. The 2022 edition will take place in September in 100% online format. The central theme will discuss different current challenges of society, giving space for reflections on the various individual and organizational actors in Administration. This year, […]

Have you ever thought about being part of a research group?

Participating in a research group is essential for graduate students. Still, many do not know that it can be an excellent opportunity for undergraduate students or volunteer researchers interested in deepening their knowledge on specific subjects. These groups are not just for masters and doctoral students to write the famous dissertations and theses. Research also […]

Two queens and the moral anachronism

On February 8, 1587, the Queen of Scotland, Mary Stuart, was executed in England by her cousin Elizabeth I in this country ruled by her cousin Elizabeth I. Despite having signed the death warrant, Elizabeth stated that the order was carried out without your knowledge. Who was underhanded, and who spoke the truth? Here’s a […]

The ethics of Nudges in the time of coronavirus

In the introduction of the book “Nudge: improving decisions about health, wealth, and happiness”, Richard Thaler and Carl Sunstein tell the story of Carolyn, a director who runs experiments in school cafeterias whether the way the food is displayed influence children in healthier choices. At the launch of the book in 2008, it was a […]

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