International Center for Ethics in the Sciences and Humanities (IZEW)

Anna Tilling

Society, Culture and Technological Change

Anna Tilling studied Political Science, Philosophy, Economics, and Peace Research. She has been a research associate at the Ethics Centre since 2016.


   
                    
   

Research Interests

  • Critical Security Studies
  • Innovation and Technological Development
  • Governance-structures and -mechanisms

Career

  • B.A. Politics, Philosophy and Economics, University of York 
  • M.A. Peace Research and International Politics, Tübingen University
  • Since 2016: research associate in the research area “Society, Culture and Technological Change” of the Ethics Centre

Talks and Presentations

  • The Governance of Machine Learning Algorithms: Political and Ethical Challenges in the Field of Civil Security Technology”, European Workshops in International Studies (EWIS), Krakow, June 2019
  • „The Governance of Machine Learning Algorithms: Political and Ethical Challenges in the Field of Civil Security Technology” 18th Annual STS Conference Graz 2019 – Critical Issues in Science, Technology and Society Studies, Graz, May 2019
  • „Dual Use and Function Creep: Implications for the Governance of Technological Development”, European Workshops in International Studies (EWIS), Groningen, Juni 2018
  • „Out of Sight, Out of Mind? Exceptionalism in Security Tech Development”, ISA’s 59th Annual Convention 2018, San Francisco, April 2018
  • „Ethische Perspektiven der ‚intelligenten‘ Videoüberwachung“ (Ethical Perspectives on ‚smart‘ surveillance), Workshop des Graduierten-Netzwerks Zivile Sicherheit, Berlin, June 2017

Teaching

  • Just Wars (?), Seminar for undergraduate students, Studium Professionale Tübingen University, summer semester 2016