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Du contact éthique à l'heure des dispositifs « autonomes »

Abstract : Ethical stakes emerging from new automatic technologies can be addressed from the crossing between, on the one hand, the levinassian phenomenology of the relationship to the other as other, and on the other hand, an idea of technology as being anthropologically constitutive. What about the ethical responsibility of the subject when automatic devices compute in advance and thereby format the spectrum of possibilities of acting and taking care ? What about the very concreteness of the for-the-other when bodies are engaged in systems dedicated to the anticipation of their needs ? When they enter the heart of relational embodiment, do the automatic devices threaten this significant bound through which the subject and the other are in touch, or, on the contrary, do they promise new opportunities of sense-making ?
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Fabrice Métais. Du contact éthique à l'heure des dispositifs « autonomes ». Revue française d'éthique appliquée, 2018. ⟨hal-02102909⟩



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