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Future Based Podcast

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An Interdisciplinary Philosophy Podcast

An Interdisciplinary Philosophy Podcast

Location:

Netherlands

Description:

An Interdisciplinary Philosophy Podcast

Language:

English

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Episodes

Waves of Identity – Dan Molter

9/21/2021
In this first podcast for the Creating Life project, our host Marjolein Pijnappels goes into conversation with Dan Molter. Dan is a naturalist, expert mushroom photographer, and lecturer of philosophy University of Tennessee Knoxville. His research is in scientific metaphysics, with a focus on questions of biological individuality. Questions, such as “What is an Het bericht Waves of Identity – Dan Molter verscheen eerst op Future Based.

Duration:00:24:57

Animal Awareness

8/26/2021
Aysha Akhtar, M.D., M.P.H., is a double Board-certified neurologist and preventive medicine/public health specialist. She is demonstrating how there is a mutual benefit to both humans and animals when animals are protected. Dr. Akhtar is the President and CEO of the Center for Contemporary Sciences, which is catalyzing the replacement of unreliable animal testing Het bericht Animal Awareness verscheen eerst op Future Based.

Duration:00:22:55

Future Based x Inverse Surveillance with Nadia Benaissa

7/27/2021
Inverse Surveillance AI is a project of The Asimov Institute, funded by the SIDN Fund. The project is a think tank of scientists, policymakers, and philosophers in order to answer the question, “How can we use AI as a Panopticon to promote beneficial actions for citizens by organizations?” Based on the insights produced from this think tank, a first proof of concept will be developed in a hackathon. The project lasts 6 months and operates from a utopian and solution-oriented approach. The...

Duration:00:32:50

Smart Cities and Collective-Sensemaking

7/10/2021
In this podcast episode we are going into conversation with Anouk Geenen and Julieta Matos-Castaño about the intricate nature of human-technology relations in the city. What do we need to not only reflect on and analyze past or current practices, but to foster our imagination and collective sensemaking to take action towards inclusive and responsible practices? What role can design and futuring play in this? Het bericht Smart Cities and Collective-Sensemaking verscheen eerst op Future Based.

Duration:00:25:46

Future Based x Inverse Surveillance with Steve Mann

7/9/2021
The presence and increasing use of surveillance in our daily lives means our awareness and engagement need to be active as much as it is theoretical. During the course of this podcast series, host Abdelrahman Hassan and the The Asimov Institute Director Stefan Leijnen, will go into conversation with experts about the various areas of surveillance. Each episode examines the relationship between algorithms and power structures, how they shape each other and how they shape the governed subject....

Duration:00:23:42

Future Based x Inverse Surveillance with Aidan Lyon

6/18/2021
The presence and increasing use of surveillance in our daily lives means our awareness and engagement need to be active as much as it is theoretical. During the course of this podcast series, host Abdelrahman Hassan and the The Asimov Institute Director Stefan Leijnen, will go into conversation with experts about the various areas of surveillance. Each episode examines the relationship between algorithms and power structures, how they shape each other and how they shape the governed subject....

Duration:00:35:20

The Reality of Symbiosis

3/25/2021
Sometimes reality catches up with fiction really fast. In their work, designer Noam Youngrak Son often experiments with blurring boundaries between science fiction and reality. Whether it concerns speculative scenario’s on the value of viruses or a book specifically written for bats. In this podcast host Annika van den Born goes into conversation with Het bericht The Reality of Symbiosis verscheen eerst op Future Based.

Duration:00:36:32

Nonhuman Nonsense: The Paradox of Anthropomorphism

12/22/2020
Nonhuman Nonsense challenges the consensus with speculative art-sci projects. Trough design and art, they open up the discussion and enable access to underlying layers of politics, ethics and metaphysics. In this third podcast in the series 'Beyond Human Relations, Annika van den Born goes into conversation about how they transmute our relationship to the non-human, Het bericht Nonhuman Nonsense: The Paradox of Anthropomorphism verscheen eerst op Future Based.

Duration:00:39:10

Sentientism: Evidence Based Compassion

11/10/2020
Compassion for every sentient being: An unreachable Utopian vision, or practically attainable? In this second Beyond Human Relations podcast, Annika van den Born goes into conversation with Jamie Woodhouse, on Sentientism. Sentientism is a philosophy or worldview – a way of thinking about what to believe and what we should care about. Sentientists use Het bericht Sentientism: Evidence Based Compassion verscheen eerst op Future Based.

Duration:00:45:59

The Categorization of Migration Reality

11/4/2020
Although migration and diversity are key factors in some of the most fundamental transformations of society today, there is still widespread unawareness and an abundance of myths around this topic. Moreover, the definition of “migrant” is highly divers and fluid. For example, did you know that in The Netherlands, if your mother or father was Het bericht The Categorization of Migration Reality verscheen eerst op Future Based.

Duration:00:48:38

What a Strange Self!

10/12/2020
Do I know myself through and through? Is there a clear distinction between myself and the other? Or am I always somewhat of a stranger to myself, while the other is strangely familiar? In this podcast philosopher and researcher Femke van Hout address these questions from the perspective of the philosophy of the body. Het bericht What a Strange Self! verscheen eerst op Future Based.

Duration:00:58:41

Intersectionality: Questioning Power Structures

9/4/2020
Is “gender” as a concept too simple? Does a binary approach to society do any harm and if so, what would that be? Do we need another conception of what gender is? In this podcast Floris and Karen Celis discuss how intersectionality has caused a paradigm shift in the long history of feminist thought. Intersectionality theory says that if you want to understand how gender operates in society, if you want to know how gender amplifies privileges and other generalizations, you also need to...

Duration:01:29:23

Landscaping Facts and Fiction – Beyond Human Relations

8/23/2020
Future Based’s podcast series on ‘Beyond Human Relations’, is hosted by Michelle Geraerts. Michelle is a PhD student at University of Amsterdam's department of Anthropology, and she specialises in natural resources. She is familiar with regular as well as creative approaches to qualitative research, and employs methods such as sensory ethnography. Having collaborated with Het bericht Landscaping Facts and Fiction – Beyond Human Relations verscheen eerst op Future Based.

Duration:00:40:45

Recognition and Responsibility – Future Based Politics

8/14/2020
This Future Based-podcast series hosted by Floris Schleicher, brings you conversations about our political institutions. Topics discussed include: How are our political institutions designed? To what extent can they cope with 21st century problems like climate change, inequality, polarization and migration? What do the possible alternatives to our current political institutions look like? And what might be their advantages and drawbacks? Big and interesting questions. If you want to know...

Duration:01:48:23

What Economics Should Do – Future Based Politics

7/4/2020
This Future Based-podcast series hosted by Floris Schleicher, brings you conversations about our political institutions. Topics discussed include: How are our political institutions designed? To what extent can they cope with 21st century problems like climate change, inequality, polarization and migration? What do the possible alternatives to our current political institutions look like? And Het bericht What Economics Should Do – Future Based Politics verscheen eerst op Future Based.

Duration:01:14:56

New Rituals – Lisa Mandemaker

6/22/2020
Lisa Mandemaker is a social designer with a strategic, contextually aware and critical approach to research and practice. She considers design as a tool for debate and crafts (future) narratives through designed artifacts, using these as a form of storytelling to challenge assumptions, question or excite. Making impactful, topical work and creating strong interventions and Het bericht New Rituals – Lisa Mandemaker verscheen eerst op Future Based.

Duration:00:51:25

What Is It Like to Be a Plant? Norbert Peeters

2/18/2020
How many times a day are you consciously aware of the plants around you? I dare say: not very often. And if we do notice them, is it because they provide us with food, shadow or serve as home decoration? Often times when we notice plants and they do not directly serve our needs, we Het bericht What Is It Like to Be a Plant? Norbert Peeters verscheen eerst op Future Based.

Duration:00:42:53

Blurring Boundaries – Peter Paul Verbeek

1/25/2020
“You cannot be against technology. It would be like being against gravity. We are technical beings.” Blurring Boundaries is an exploration of the ever-changing relationships between humans and technology, and between subjects and objects. For example, questions on how we should interact with nature are asked from a point of view that takes nature as Het bericht Blurring Boundaries – Peter Paul Verbeek verscheen eerst op Future Based.

Duration:00:41:43

Ways of Knowing – Annika Kappner

12/27/2019
Annika Kappner is an artist who creates multi-sensory compositions in the extensive fields of painting, installation art, sculpture, sound art and performances. She makes, as she calls it, ‘sensory-senographies', with the intention of bringing people into contact with their respective environments in an innovative and refreshing way. Her projects are multi-sensory because she does not Het bericht Ways of Knowing – Annika Kappner verscheen eerst op Future Based.

Duration:00:26:32

Podcast: Art and Algorithms with Jeroen van der Most

11/28/2019
Dutch artist Jeroen van der Most combines traditional ways of making art with data, algorithms, and artificial intelligence. Jeroen describes his art as an exploration of the interplay between art history and technological progress. Fueled by a fascination for artistic heritage, AI and what their interaction teaches us about ourselves. Jeroens art was covered by Het bericht Podcast: Art and Algorithms with Jeroen van der Most verscheen eerst op Future Based.

Duration:00:19:34