Wessel Reijers


Upcoming Talks

January 11-12, 2024: Public Governance and Emerging Technologies (chapter presentation). Utrecht.

Past Talks

April 26, 2023: KI-Camp Berlin (speaker). Berlin

March 15-16, 2023: Engineering Good Software (panelist). Munich.

March 2, 2023: “Civic Virtue and Emerging Technology.” Annual Conference of the Collaborative Research Network on Cities and Migration. Vienna.

December 2, 2022: Biological Life and Political Cybernetics Workshop (organiser). Vienna.

September 2, 2022: “The Rise of Cybernetic Citizenship.” Digital Citizenship Workshop. Nijmegen.

July 21, 2022: “LeDiLE workshop: thinking through technology.” Frankfurt am Main.

April 29, 2021: Towards a Global Taxonomy of Interpretable AI.” AI4 Media Workshop. Dublin.

March 25, 2021, 3:345pm CET: “Book Presentation: Narrative and Technology Ethics.” University of Twente Colloquium.

February 2, 2021, 4pm CET: “Social Credit: The Circulation of Reputational Value.” CITO virtual brown bag speaker series.

January 7, 2021, 4pm CET: “Blockchain as a Confidence Machine: The Problem of Trust and Challenges of Governance”. TiGRE Webseminars.

June 12-14, 2020: Max Weber Conference – Drivers and Consequences of Transformation. Florence, Italy. “Transforming the Citizen: Social Scoring and Civic Virtue”.

May 9-11, 2019: Constitutional Challenges in the Algorithmic Society. Florence, Italy: “Two Modes of Automated Governance”.

September 24-26, 2018: Ethicomp 2018. Sopot, Poland: “Bringing Virtue to ‘Value’ Sensitive Design”.

February 14-17, 2018: Robophilosophy. Vienna, Austria: “Robots: in Between Labour and Practice”.

June 13-17, 2017: SPT2017. Darmstadt, Germany: “Narrative Ethics of Personalised Assistants”.

June 5-8, 2017: Ethicomp/CEPE 2017. Turin, Italy: “Narrative Technologies Meets Virtue Ethics”.

September 7-9, 2016: HCC-12. Manchester, UK: “Narrative Ethics of Personalisation Technologies”.

May 23-28, 2016: LREC 2016. Portoroz, Slovenia: “Declaration of Principles for Data Experiments”.

September 7-9, 2015: Ethicomp 2016. Leicester, UK: “Cryptocurrencies as Narrative Technologies”.

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