Steffen Steinert
Steffen Steinert
Assistant Professor, Delft University of Technology
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Corona and value change. The role of social media and emotional contagion
S Steinert
Ethics and Information Technology 23 (Suppl 1), 59-68, 2021
Doing things with thoughts: Brain-computer interfaces and disembodied agency
S Steinert, C Bublitz, R Jox, O Friedrich
Philosophy & Technology 32, 457-482, 2019
Wired emotions: Ethical issues of affective brain–computer interfaces
S Steinert, O Friedrich
Science and engineering ethics 26, 351-367, 2020
An analysis of the impact of brain-computer interfaces on autonomy
O Friedrich, E Racine, S Steinert, J Pömsl, RJ Jox
Neuroethics 14, 17-29, 2021
The five robots—a taxonomy for roboethics
S Steinert
International Journal of Social Robotics 6, 249-260, 2014
The risks of using chatgpt to obtain common safety-related information and advice
O Oviedo-Trespalacios, AE Peden, T Cole-Hunter, A Costantini, ...
Safety science 167, 106244, 2023
Emotions, values and technology: illuminating the blind spots
S Steinert, S Roeser
Journal of Responsible Innovation, 2020
Taking stock of extension theory of technology
S Steinert
Philosophy & Technology 29, 61-78, 2016
Emotions and digital well-being: On social media’s emotional affordances
S Steinert, MJ Dennis
Philosophy & Technology 35 (2), 36, 2022
Pistols, pills, pork and ploughs: the structure of technomoral revolutions
JKG Hopster, C Arora, C Blunden, C Eriksen, LE Frank, JS Hermann, ...
Inquiry, 1-33, 2022
Passion for the Art of Morally Responsible Technology Development
S Roeser, S Steinert
Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplements 85, 87-109, 2019
Art: Brought to you by creative machines
S Steinert
Philosophy & Technology 30, 267-284, 2017
Technology is a laughing matter: Bergson, the comic and technology
S Steinert
AI & society 32, 201-208, 2017
Physics task development of prospective physics teachers using ChatGPT
S Küchemann, S Steinert, N Revenga, M Schweinberger, Y Dinc, KE Avila, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:2304.10014, 2023
Investigating the conservatism-disgust paradox in reactions to the COVID-19 pandemic: A critical reexamination of the interrelations between political ideology, disgust …
B Ruisch, ST Boggs, C Moore, JG Samayoa, J Ladanyi, S Steinert, ...
PsyArXiv, 2021
Interfaces: crosslinking humans and their machines
S Steinert
IndianJournals. com 1 (1), 130-140, 2019
Who is afraid of commitment? On the relation of scientific evidence and conceptual theory
S Steinert, J Lipski
Erkenntnis 83, 477-500, 2018
Can ChatGPT support prospective teachers in physics task development?
S Küchemann, S Steinert, N Revenga, M Schweinberger, Y Dinc, KE Avila, ...
Physical Review Physics Education Research 19 (2), 020128, 2023
Unreflected Acceptance--Investigating the Negative Consequences of ChatGPT-Assisted Problem Solving in Physics Education
L Krupp, S Steinert, M Kiefer-Emmanouilidis, KE Avila, P Lukowicz, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:2309.03087, 2023
Feeling and thinking on social media: emotions, affective scaffolding, and critical thinking
S Steinert, L Marin, S Roeser
Inquiry, 1-28, 2022
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