Responsible Implementation of Central Bank Digital Currency, Part 1: Identifying Social Concerns. Transatlantic Blockchain Law. October 2022, City University New York.
Healthy Online Conversations (with Arnon Keren, Aviv Barnoy, and Boaz Miller). Conversations Online. August 2022. [delivered online]
Making Sense of the Conceptual Nonsense 'Trustworthy AI'. What’s Next? Trust and the Ethics of AI. June 2022. [delivered online]
Technological and Social “Progress”: The Case of Central Bank Digital Currency. From Bitcoin to Fintech. April 2022. [delivered online]
The Ethics of Central Bank Digital Currency. Ethics of AI in Context. January 2022. [delivered online]
Ethical and Epistemological Roles of AI in Collective Epistemology. Ethics of Technology Early-Career Group. November 2021. [delivered online]
The Israeli Vaccination Campaign Through the Prism of Trust. 4S/Toronto Virtual 2021. September 2021.[delivered online]
Designed to Mimic Humans: Trust in Artificial Speakers and Technology-Based Beliefs. The New Israeli Philosophical Association Conference. July 2021, The Open University, Raa’nana, Israel.
Participatory Technologies & Democracy: New Forms of Governance for Socio-Technical Systems. The Annual Conference of the Israeli Society for the History, Philosophy and Sociology of Science. June 2021, Van Leer Jerusalem Institute.
Knowledge from Algorithms: Intentionality, Trust, and Normative Assessment. 2021 SJP Workshop: The Ethics of Big Data. April 2021 [lightning round, delivered online].
Democratic Control Over Algorithmic Governance: Posing the Problem that We Wish to Solve. EASST/4S Prague 2020. August 2020. [delivered online]
Knowledge from Algorithms: Trust, Testimony, and Technology. Social (Distance) Epistemology virtual work-in-progress series. May 2020. [delivered online]
Trust, Testimony, and Technology. Canadian Society for Epistemology 2019. November 2019, Concordia University, Montreal.
Infrastructure-Based Trust. Skepticism and Social Epistemology. April 2019, University of Haifa.
Blockchain Technologies and Techno-Ideologies. The 50th Conference of The Israeli Sociological Society - Between Neo-Liberalism and Populism. January 2019, University of Haifa.
Grounding Trust within a Group of Humans and Non-Humans. Summer School in Social Epistemology. August 28th - September 2017, Autonomous University of Madrid, La Cristalera (Miraflores de la Sierra).
From Individuals to Collective Agents: Expanding Post-Phenomenology's Mediation Theory. The 16th Conference of The Israeli Society for History and Philosophy of Science. April 2017, The Open University of Israel.
Interpreting Quasi-Testimony from Instruments as a Material Hermeneutical Practice [with Boaz Miller]. Philosophy of Technology and Technological Mediation. November 2016, University of Twente.
Trust and Distributed Epistemic Labor [with Boaz Miller]. Trust and Disagreement in Institutions. November 2016, University of Copenhagen.
Privileged Epistemic Actors, Epistemic Authority, and the Trust & Testimony Approach for Generating Knowledge from Technologies. 4S/EASST Conference. September 2016, Barcelona.
Public Controversies Regarding Scientific Knowledge. What's the Bottom Line? June 2016, Bar-Ilan University.
The Trust & Testimony Approach to Knowledge from Instruments. Sixth Annual Graduate Epistemology Conference. June 2016, University of Edinburgh.
Group Knowledge and Individual Responsibility: Epistemic Issues within Wikipedia. Studies in Design and Art. October 2015, Kibbutzim College of Education Technology and the Arts, Northern Campus, Tel-Aviv.
Epistemology and the Internet of Things. IEEE Standards Association Summer 2015 IoT Startup Event. August 2015, Renaissance Hotel, Tel-Aviv.
Didactical and Political Insights from Teaching Philosophy in a Bicultural Class. Philosophy in Schools with Students Conference, July 2015, University of Leeds, Leeds, UK. [delivered online]
Techno-Politics and the Techno-Epistemic Framework. The 1st Knowledge, Science, and Technology Studies Community within The Israeli Sociological Association Conference. January 2015, Bar-Ilan University.
Online Conspiracy Theories: Challenges to Current Issues in Social Epistemology. The 13th Conference of The Israeli Society for History and Philosophy of Science. December 2013, Bloomfield Science Museum, Jerusalem.