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Marianna Capasso


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Allieva Perfezionanda del Ph.D. in ‘Human Rights and Global Politics: Legal, Philosophical and Economic Challenges’ presso l'Istituto Dirpolis. 

I suoi principali ambiti di ricerca comprendono: etica della robotica e dell'intelligenza artificiale, teoria politica, storia della filosofia moderna e contemporanea con particolare riferimento al pensiero di Kant e Spinoza. Ha conseguito la laurea triennale in Filosofia e la laurea specialistica in Filosofia e Forme del Sapere all'Università di Pisa ed è stata allieva ordinaria della Classe di Lettere e Filosofia della Scuola Normale Superiore dal 2011 al 2016. Attualmente è membro del gruppo di ricerca in Etica Pubblica alla Scuola Sant’Anna e lavora a un progetto sull'autonomia morale umana in relazione al design e all'uso di sistemi persuasive, nudging e di assistive robotics. Nel 2020 è stata visiting Ph.D. alla Delft University of Technology nella facoltà di Technology, Policy and Management (TPM), sezione di Ethics and Philosophy of Technology. 

- M. Capasso, “Manipulation as Digital invasion: a neo-republican approach”, Manipulation Online: Philosophical Perspective on Human-Machine Interactions, Routledge Edited Volume and Online Workshop Series, February-April 2021 - Jongepier F. & Klenk M. (eds.), 24th March 2021.

- M.Capasso, “Human Agents as Proxies Controllers: Freedom as non-domination (FND) in sociotechnical systems”, Philosophy of Human-Technology Relations Conference 2020, hosted by DesignLab - University of Twente, 4th-7th November 2020.

- M. Capasso, "Emerging Moral Technologies. On human moral deliberation when confronted with AIS", Graduate Students Seminar, Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies, 17th December 2019.

- M. Capasso, "Science and Society. Socially Disruptive Technologies in genetic engineering", 4TU. Ethics Bi-Annual Conference “Ethics of Disruptive Technology” , Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands, 7th-8th November 2019 (the paper was selected but the author was unable to attend the conference)

- M. Capasso (& I. Santoemma), “Genetic Enhancement: an attempt for an Agency Approach”, Third International Workshop on Ethics and Human Enhancement, University of Granada, Spain, 3rd- 4th June 2019.

- M. Capasso, “Autonomous Systems: a source of good? Towards an ethical analysis of the relation between humans and new technologies”, 21st Conference of the Society for Philosophy and Technology, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas (USA), 20th-22nd May 2019.

- M. Capasso, “Re-imagining democracy: The social beyond the political”, Politics and Image / Política e Imagem Conference at the University of Coimbra, 15th-17th November 2018  (the paper was selected but the author was unable to attend the conference).

- M. Capasso, "Technology and the Future of Warfare. Towards an account of Meaningful Human Control over Autonomous Weapon Systems”, Polemo Symposium 2018, Central European University, 28th- 29th September 2018.

- M. Capasso, "Autonomous Weapon Systems (AWS): A moral appraisal of the relation between humans and robots”, Mancept Workshops 15th Annual Conference, Modern Warfare and the Just War Tradition Panel, University of Manchester, 10th-12th September 2018.

 

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Istituto di Diritto, Politica e Sviluppo