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Professor BynumTERRELL WARD BYNUM is Professor of Philosophy at Southern Connecticut State University, Director of the Research Center on Computing and Society there, and Visiting Professor at De Montfort University in Leicester, England. He is a lifetime member of Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility, Past Chair of the Committee on Professional Ethics of the Association for Computing Machinery, and Past Chair of the Committee on Philosophy and Computers of the American Philosophical Association.

Professor Bynum's academic degrees include a Ph.D. (CUNY), M.Phil. (CUNY), M.A. (Princeton), B.A. (U. of Delaware) - all in Philosophy - and a B.S. (U. of Delaware) in Chemistry. He has been a Fulbright Fellow (U. of Bristol, England), Danforth Fellow (Princeton), Woodrow Wilson Fellow (Princeton), Mellon Fellow (CUNY), and Dartmouth Fellow (Dartmouth College).

On the topic of computing and human values, Professor Bynum has published articles and books, created conferences and workshops, given speeches and addresses, produced and hosted video programs, and developed an internationally influential web site. His other works include books, monographs, articles and reviews in logic, psychology, history of philosophy, and education. In 1968, he created the scholarly journal Metaphilosophy, which he edited for twenty-five years.

In 1991, Professor Bynum was co-creator and co-director (with Walter Maner) of the National Conference on Computing and Values funded by the National Science Foundation; and in 1995 he was co-creator and co- director (with Simon Rogerson) of the ETHICOMP series of international computer ethics conferences held in England, Spain, the Netherlands, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Greece, Japan and China. He is currently co-chair of ETHICOMP 2010 to be held in Barcelona, Spain in March 2010.

An abstract of Terry Bynum’s Weizenbaum Address with title "Philosophy and the Information Revolution" is attached at the end of this page.


 Professor GasserDr. Urs Gasser is Associate Professor of Law at the University of St. Gallen (Switzerland), where he leads the Research Center for Information Law as Faculty Director. Before joining the St. Gallen faculty, Urs Gasser spent three years as a research and teaching fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School, where he was appointed Faculty Fellow in 2005.  At the Berkman Center, he was the lead fellow on the Digital Media Project, a multi-disciplinary research project aimed at exploring the transition from offline/analog to online/digital media. He also initiated and chaired the Harvard-Yale-Cyberscholar Working Group, and was a visiting researcher at Harvard Law School in the 2003/04 academic year.

Urs Gasser's research and teaching focuses on information law and policy and the interaction between law and innovation.  Current research projects - several of them in collaboration with leading research institutions in the U.S., Europe, and Asia - explore policy and educational challenges for the future generation of digital natives, the regulation of digital media and technology (with emphasis on IP law), ICT interoperability, the institutional settings for fostering entrepreneurship, and the law's impact on innovation and risk in the ICT space.

As of January 1, 2009, he will serve as the Berkman Center's new Executive Director.


Professor George BokosProfessor George Bokos, former Head of  the Department of Archive and Library Science, Ionian University, Greece, teaches Library Automation and New Information Technologies, while he is the Director of the Information Technologies Laboratory of this Department. He served as the Head, Cataloguing & Bibliographic Services Dept., National Library of Greece, 1988-1995 and as the Director of the National Library of Greece, 1996-1997.

Professor Bokos has been a member of several technical committees and working groups, both at the national and international level and on subjects related mainly to the automated handling and management of bibliographical information. He has served as a national representative of Greece in the Telematics for Libraries Programme of the EU. Pr. Bokos has been a project manager and coordinator of several national and international research projects. He has been consulting libraries and other information services for many years on library automation and automated management of information. He is the author of several works and has participated in many conferences on the above subjects. His research interests include library automation and information technologies, electronic publishing, technologies and standards for data and content encoding.


 

5th International Conference on Information Law 2012 - ICIL 2012

5th International Conference on Information Law 2012 - ICIL 2012

5th International Conference on Information Law 2012 - ICIL 2012

When: June 29-30, 2012
Where: Corfu, Greece

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