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AI and Ethics Book Club



"How Is It Between Us?" by Jarrett Zigon

Submitted Jan 11, 2024

About the book

In “How Is It Between Us?”, Jarrett Zigon intertwines anthropology and phenomenological hermeneutics to formulate a novel theory of relational ethics. This ethical framework extends beyond human interactions to encompass all existents, emphasizing the significance of the ‘between.’ Zigon’s theory becomes a valuable lens for addressing contemporary ethical challenges, including navigating a post-truth era, grappling with algorithmic dominance and data extraction, responding to diverse justice claims, and addressing the ethical imperatives of the climate crisis. As a pioneering work in the anthropology of ethics, the book by Zigon establishes a systematic and robust ethical theory, providing a thoughtful approach to analyzing and addressing pressing ethical issues in the present day.

Who is this session for?

  • AI enthusiasts and advocates
  • Tech professionals and developers
  • Business leaders and executives
  • Ethics and compliance officers
  • Policy makers and regulators
  • Academics and researchers

Key takeaways

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