• Three PhD fellowships in history, philosophy, and critical studies of artificial intelligence (AI) in the historical context of the definitions of intelligence and mental disability. Two fellowships are open to proposals in the fields of natural and cognitive science epistemology, contemporary philosophy and psychoanalysis, philosophy of language, semiotics, literary studies, translation studies, psychology of learning, and critical pedagogy. One fellowship supports a research of historical epistemology on the intellectual world of early AI, connectionism, and psychometrics.
    Call for application (deadline: 23 May 2024, 1pm)


Matteo Pasquinelli

Principal Investigator

Silvia Bellacicco

Project Manager

Paolo Caffoni

External expert
(KIM - HfG Karlsruhe)

Research network