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  1. Enactive Hermeneutics and Smart Medical Technologies.Jan Kyrre Berg Olsen Friis - forthcoming - AI and Society:1-9.
    Embodied cognition is an interpretative—or hermeneutical—cognition inherent in motor-sensory perception intrinsically informed by biological and sociocultural memory, a cognition embedded in the organism as well as the socio-cultural environment interacting with it, of which technologies are a part. Yet, smart machines are advancing on human abilities to perceive and interpret concerning the accuracy, quantity, and quality of the data processed. Machines process and categorize images, perform classification tasks, they calculate and perform pattern analysis, all machine learning processes are task-specific. Machine (...)
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  • On Variational Cross-Examination: A Method for Postphenomenological Multistability.Robert Rosenberger - forthcoming - AI and Society.
    How should we understand postphenomenological methodology? Postphenomenology is a research perspective which builds on phenomenological and pragmatist philosophy to explore human–technology relations, but one with open methodological questions. Here, I offer some thoughts on the epistemological processes that should be at work in this research. In particular, I am concerned with postphenomenological research on technological “multistability,” i.e., a device’s ever-present capacity to be used for a variety of purposes, and to always be meaningful in multiple ways. I develop a methodology (...)
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  • A Social-Technological Epistemology of Clinical Decision-Making as Mediated by Imaging.Sophie van Baalen, Annamaria Carusi, Ian Sabroe & David G. Kiely - 2017 - Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice 23 (5):949-958.
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