In an English-speaking panel entitled Soil, International Community and Digital Pollution, at the International Scientific Conference Laudato si’ – Towards Climate and Social Justice, Ana Tomičić presented pathways for reflexion in terms of ELSIs of emerging technologies, in particular in the field of health care.

In her presentation entitled “ Digital revolution vs digital pollution – can we have one without the other?“, she argued for a path in the scholarship of digital health that transcends the academic dichotomy of technophobia and technophilia – a path towards ecopedagogical technovigilancy, and provided elements of a viable solution to aggregate its potentials in situated ways.