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Theories of Technology as Extension of Human Faculties.

  title={Theories of Technology as Extension of Human Faculties.},
  author={Philip Brey},
Ghost in the machine : a philosophical analysis of the relationship between brain-computer interface applications and their users
In this thesis I have explored the relationship between brain-computer interface (BCI) applications and their users from three philosophical perspectives. This is important for at least threeExpand
Trust as Extended Control: Human-Machine Interactions as Active Inference
A model of trust as an agent’ best explanation for reliable sensory exchange with an extended motor plant or partner is introduced and it is suggested that, in the context of HRC, trust can be casted in terms of virtual control over an artificial agent. Expand
Machine Translation in the Teaching and Learning of Chinese as a Foreign Language
  • Yue Guo
  • Psychology
  • Applying Mobile Technologies to Chinese Language Learning
  • 2022
Due to its rapid development and increasing availability, machine translation is now being used by an increasing number of teachers and students to facilitate their teaching and learning of secondExpand
Transformative power of technologies: cultural transfer and globalization
In the last three decades, a cultural perspective has been used to understand scientific knowledge and technology. This relatively new perspective has introduced literature on the ethical dimensionExpand
Trust as Extended Control: Active Inference and User Feedback During Human-Robot Collaboration
This research highlights the need to understand more fully the “why” and “how” of brain plasticity and its role in disease. Expand
Racial technological bias and the white, feminine voice of AI VAs
ABSTRACT This essay illuminates the ways that tech corporations harness the specter of white femininity and program it into artificially intelligent virtual assistants (AI VAs). Specifically, AI VAsExpand
Rethinking how Technologies Harm
Understanding how technologies contribute to social harms is a perennial issue, animating debate within and well beyond criminology. This article contributes to these debates in two ways. First, itExpand
The Application of Artificial Intelligence in the Genetic Study of Alzheimer’s Disease
A comprehensive review is focused on the application of AI in the genetic research of AD, including the diagnosis and prognosis of AD based on genetic data, the analysis of genetic variation, gene expression profile, gene-gene interaction in AD, and genetic analysis ofAD based on a knowledge base. Expand
The laughing policebot: automation and the end of policing
ABSTRACT Though there has always been a close relationship between professional policing and technology, the sheer scale of operational dependence upon new technologies has begun to raise a number ofExpand


Technology and the lifeworld : from garden to earth
Preface Introduction: Entry Level 1. From Garden to Earth 2. Technology and the Lifeworld 3. Lifeworld: Praxis and Perception HeideggerOs Hammer HusserlOs Galileo Merleau-PontyOs Father 4. Adam andExpand
The Construction of Social Reality
Technology and the Politics of Knowledge
Preface Acknowledgments I. Technology as Ideology 1. Subversive Rationalization: Technology, Power, and Democracy/Andrew Feenberg 2. New Science, New Nature: The Habermas-Marcuse DebateExpand
A Door must be either Open or Shut: A Little Philosophy of Techniques
  • A. Feenberg & A. Hannay (Eds.), Technology and the Politics of Knowledge. Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press.
  • 1995
Hand's End: Technology and the Limits of Nature
"Hand's End" offers a new philosophy of technology as the fundamental way in which humans experience and define nature - the tool as humanity extended. Rothenberg examines human inventions from theExpand
Things That Make Us Smart: Defending Human Attributes In The Age Of The Machine
* A Human-Centered Technology * Experiencing the World * The Power of Representation * Fitting the Artifact to the Person * The Human Mind * Distributed Cognition * A Place for Everything, andExpand
10 ''Where Are the Missing Masses? The Sociology of a Few Mundane Artifacts''
network theorists argue that the material world pushes back on people because of its physical structure and design. People are free to interpret the precise meaning of an artifact, but they can’tExpand
Shaping technology building society: studies in socio-technical change
A PNIPN (or PNPN) semiconductor structure, with a pair of terminals on each of the intermediate N and P zones, is forward biased with respect to the outer P and N zones. Thereby, a current filamentExpand