Round Table: Peter-Paul Verbeek and Yasmine Boudiaf


  • Peter-Paul Verbeek
  • Yasmine Boudiaf

Organisation: CPDP

Room: Side Events (Gather)

Timing: 19:30 - 20:15 on 28 January 2021

Round Table in the Art Bar on GatherTown


Peter-Paul Verbeek

University of Twente

Peter-Paul Verbeek is Distinguished Professor of Philosophy of Technology at the Department of Philosophy of the University of Twente. He is chair of the Philosophy of Human-Technology Relations research group and co-director of the DesignLab of the University of Twente. He is also honorary professor of Techno-Anthropology at Aalborg University, Denmark. His research focuses on the philosophy of human-technology relations, and aims to contribute to philosophical theory, ethical reflection, and practices of design and innovation.

Yasmine Boudiaf

No Tech for Tyrants (UK)

Yasmine is a creative technologist and an artistic researcher based in the UK. For years she has developed technological interventions that challenge social perceptions and foster new relationships between humans and technology. Her projects involve rigorous research and manifest across different mediums, including VR, robotics, performance, code and film. Yasmine is currently a co-organiser with No Tech for Tyrants, as well as a visiting fellow at the Ada Lovelace institute, leading a creative research project as part of the JUST AI (Joining Up Society and Technology in AI) programme. She is also an artistic researcher at The Institute for Technology in the Public Interest, investigating tech infrastructures, drawing on trans*feminist, queer and anti-colonial perspectives.