Noortje Marres

Noortje Marres is Professor in Science, Technology and Society (STS) in the Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies, University of Warwick. She studied philosophy and sociology of science and technology at the University of Amsterdam and conducted doctoral research on pragmatist, object-centred approaches to public involvement in technological societies at that same university and at the École des Mines, Paris. Her work investigates issues at the intersection of innovation, everyday environments and public life: the role of mundane materials and devices in democratic engagement, technology testing in society, and changing relations between social life and social science in a computational age. She also contributes to methodology development, in the areas of issue mapping and situational analytics. She was recently awarded a Leverhulme Fellowship for her project Beyond the Lab: An Empirical Philosophy of Intelligent Vehicle Testing and is Principal Investigator on the ESRC-funded project Shaping 21st Century AI: Controversy and Closure in Research, Policy and Media. Marres published Material Participation (2012) and Digital Sociology (2017) and with Michael Guggenheim and Alex Wilkie edited Inventing the Social (2018). More info at: http://noortjemarres.net/.

Conférences

Important and possibly overlooked: provoking understandings of what is controversial about AI
Dans le cadre du séminaire du PRI « Sciences sociales et intelligence artificielle », animé par Dominique Linhardt, Romain Huret et Jérôme Malois.

  • Vendredi 13 mai | 12h30 - 14h30
  • Salle 3.05 • Centre de colloques (Campus Condorcet)

AI as a “trial of implicitness”: the creation of real-world test environments in society
Dans le cadre du séminaire du PRI « Sciences sociales et intelligence artificielle », animé par Dominique Linhardt, Romain Huret et Jérôme Malois.

  • Vendredi 3 juin | 12h30 - 14h30
  • Salle 3.05 • Centre de colloques (Campus Condorcet)