Proceedings & Magazines

  1. (2019) “A glimpse into the intertwining of epistemic opacity and moral opacity in AI systems”. In Fosca Giannotti, Beatrice Rapisarda, Roberto Trasarti, and Valerio Grossi (eds), SoBigData Magazine, pp. 24.
  2. (2016) “Entrenching the epistemological side of computer simulations: explanation and unification”. In Boletín de la Sociedad de Lógica , Metodología y Filosofía de la Ciencia en España. Perdomo, I., Blanco, A., and Martínez, C. (eds), pp. 25-27. ISSN: 1577-2292.
  3. (2016) “TranSim: bringing philosophy and computer simulations together”. InSiDE. Innovative Supercomputing in Deutschland. 14(2):33-37. Authors: Kaminski, A., Durán, J. M.
  4. (2013) “Introduction” In Computer simulations and the changing face of scientific experimentation. Durán, J. M. and Arnold, E. (eds.). Cambridge Scholars Publishing. UK. pp. 1-9.
  5. (2011) “The limits of computer simulations as epistemic tools”. In IA-CAP 2011 – The computational turn: Past, presents, futures?, Ess, C., Hagengruber, R. (eds.). Mv-Wissenschaft, Münster, Århus University. Denmark., pp. 40-42.
  6. (2010) “Content aggregation, visualization and emergent properties in computer simulations” SIGRAD 2010 – Content aggregation and visualization. Mälardalen University. Sweden. Authors: Dodig-Crnkovic, G., Durán, J. M., Slutej, D., pp. 77-83.
  7. (2009) “The measure of computer simulations” Computing and Philosophy – CaP Course. Gordana Dodig-Crnkovic. Mälardalen University. School of Innovation, Design and Engineering. Sweden.