2 HaPoC Symposia at CLMPST2019

The 16th INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON LOGIC, METHODOLOGY AND PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY will be held in Prague (Czech Republic) from 5th to 10th August 2019. The Commission for the History and Philosophy of Computing will contribute to the programme with 2 Symposia:

– BigData: Philosophy of Big Data (organised by Paula Quinon, International Center for Formal Ontology, Warsaw University of Technology / Department of Philosophy, Lund University)
Jens Ulrik Hansen, Philosophizing on Big Data, Data Science, and AI
Gregory Wheeler, Prolegomena to Machine Epistemology
Wolfgang Pietsch, On the epistemology of data science – the rise of a new inductivism
Domenico Napoletani, Marco Panza and Daniele C. Struppa, Finding a Way Back: Philosophy of Data Science on Its Practice
Sabina Leonelli, Semantic interoperability: The oldest challenge and newest frontier of Big Data
Helena Kossowska, Big Data in Life Science
Alejandro Espinosa‐Rada, Big data needed for network science or network science for social networks?

– IdCFAS: Identity in Computational Formal and Applied Systems (organised by Nicola Angius, Università degli Studi di Sassari and Giuseppe Primiero, Università degli Studi di Milano)
Ansten Klev, Definitional Identity in Arithmetics
Alberto Naibo and Luca Tranchini, Harmony, Stability, and the intensional account of proof-theoretic semantics
Massimiliano Carrara, Copies and Replicas of Computational Artefacts
Nicola Angius and Giuseppe Primiero, Second-Order Properties of Copied Computational Artefacts
Roberta Ferrario, Organisations and variable embodiments