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    Percentages and reasons: AI explainability and ultimate human responsibility within the medical field.Eva Winkler, Andreas Wabro & Markus Herrmann - 2024 - Ethics and Information Technology 26 (2):1-10.
    With regard to current debates on the ethical implementation of AI, especially two demands are linked: the call for explainability and for ultimate human responsibility. In the medical field, both are condensed into the role of one person: It is the physician to whom AI output should be explainable and who should thus bear ultimate responsibility for diagnostic or treatment decisions that are based on such AI output. In this article, we argue that a black box AI indeed creates a (...)
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    Kants Asymmetrie von Raum und Zeit: Sind reine rein zeitliche Objekte möglich?Markus Herrmann - 2023 - Kant Studien 114 (2):185-206.
    In multiple parts of the Critique of Pure Reason, Kant describes how time is dependent on space – which is the fundament of his distinction between inner and outer sense. However, he does not provide us with an argument for this dependency. In this article, two reasons for this dependency thesis are introduced. The first one aims at providing a conceptual link between time and space but runs into conflict with the Transcendental Aesthetic. The second one shifts our focus from (...)
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    Personhood, Self-Consciousness, and the First-Person Perspective.Markus Herrmann (ed.) - 2023 - Brill│mentis.
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