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EU Horizon 2020 is a framework of public funding programs whose general aim is to fund »research, technological development, and innovation in the European Research Area (ERA).« Incidentally, Horizon 2020 provided substantial funding for various art and science / technology institutions and programs.
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According to the Value-Neutrality Thesis (VNT), technology is morally and politically neutral, neither good nor bad. Yet, VNT is rejected widely by philosophers, technologists, science and technology studies (STS) scholars, and social critics, arguing that owing to their material properties, »technological artifacts are part of the normative order rather than external to it. Due to the endurance and longevity of technological artifacts, values embedded in them have long-term implications that surpass their designers and builders.«
See: Miller, B. »Is Technology Value-Neutral?« Science, Technology, & Human Values. Published online January 22, 2020. doi:10.1177/0162243919900965
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Monad, (from Greek monas »unit«), an elementary individual substance that reflects the order of the world and from which material properties are derived.
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»Humane.« Britannica Academic, Encyclopædia Britannica. Accessed December 19, 2020.
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