The recognition of how intimately entangled we are with (digital) technology requires us to re-think how to design the things that make us who we want to be.
Christopher Frauenberger is a full professor in Human-Computer Interaction at the University of Salzburg (Austria). He investigates and designs interactive digital technology in a wide range of contexts with groups who are often marginalized in mainstream innovation landscapes, e.g., autistic children. His research builds on new philosophical perspectives to conceptualize our increasingly entangled relationships with technology, unearthing the ethical, moral, epistemological, and ontological implications for designing technological futures. Chris is the author of the article “Entanglement HCI: The New Wave?” (TOCHI).