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Faculty of Philosophy

Oxford is one of the world's great centres for philosophy. More than one hundred and fifty professional philosophers work in the University and its colleges, between them covering a vast range of subjects within philosophy. Many are international leaders in their fields. The Faculty of Philosophy is one of the largest departments of philosophy in the world, and is widely recognized to be amongst the best.
Its reputation draws many distinguished visiting philosophers; each year around fifty philosophers from around the world give lectures or seminars in Oxford. Almost every major philosopher speaks in Oxford at some time.
Each year, more than five hundred undergraduates are admitted to study philosophy in Oxford, always in combination with another subject. The Faculty also has more than a hundred graduate students, who are either taking a taught graduate degree or working for a doctorate.
Oxford is a collegiate university, and every registered student becomes a member of one of the colleges. In this way, he or she has access, not only to the very extensive libraries and facilities of the University, but also to the varied and more intimate life of a college. Colleges offer their students excellent libraries and facilities of their own.
Teaching at Oxford is by lectures and seminars, and by tutorials or supervisions. Courses of lectures and seminars are offered on a very large range of topics, for both undergraduates and graduates. Tutorials are a special feature of Oxford; undergraduates receive regular and frequent tutorials either individually or in pairs from members of the Faculty. All graduate students also receive frequent individual supervisions.
Oxford University dates from the 12th Century or before. The first colleges were founded in the 13th Century. The ancient buildings remain, mingled with magnificent architecture from subsequent centuries, to make Oxford one of the most inspiring and beautiful cities in the world. Within this setting, Oxford remains at the forefront of philosophy.

Series associated with Faculty of Philosophy

2013 Carnegie-Uehiro-Oxford Ethics Conference: Happiness and Well-Being
Aesthetics and Philosophy of Art lectures
Alan Turing on Computability and Intelligence
Bio-Ethics Bites
David Hume (2018)
Ethics in AI
Euthydemus - Platonic Dialogue
From Conscience to Robots: Practical Ethics Workshops
General Philosophy
General Philosophy (2018)
Global Poverty: Philosophical Questions
Hume's Central Principles
Introduction to David Hume's Treatise of Human Nature Book One
John Locke Lectures in Philosophy
Journal of Practical Ethics
Kant's Critique of Pure Reason
Metaphor: Philosophical Issues
Nietzsche on Mind and Nature
Philosophical perspectives on the causes of mental illness
Philosophy - Ethics of the New Biosciences
Philosophy of Religion
Philosophy Special Lectures
Power Structuralism in Ancient Ontologies
Practical Ethics Bites
Reid's Critique of Hume
Religious Epistemology, Contextualism, and Pragmatic Encroachment
Rethinking Moral Status
Science and Religious Conflict Conference
The Pandemic Ethics Accelerator Podcasts
The View from Above: Structure, Emergence, and Causation
Thinking Out Loud: leading philosophers discuss topical global issues
Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics
Uehiro Lectures: Practical solutions for ethical challenges
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629 Morality and Personality Professor Predrag uses a comparison of money and morality to explore the mutual relationship between morality and personality. Predrag Cicovacki 09 Nov 2023
628 Creative Commons Is AI bad for democracy? Analyzing AI’s impact on epistemic agency Professor Mark Coeckelbergh considers whether AI poses a risk for democracy n this St Cross Special Ethics Seminar Mark Coeckelbergh 13 Mar 2023
627 Creative Commons Shallow Cognizing for Self-Control over Emotion & Desire In the first St Cross Special Ethics Seminar of 2023, Dr Larry Lengbeyer explores 'shallow cognizing' as a form of self-control Lawrence Lengbeyer 02 Feb 2023
626 Jamie Webb During the pandemic, there were social gatherings in Number 10. This seriously undermined trust in government. But what exactly is trust? And why is trust so vital during a pandemic? Jamie Webb explains. Jamie Webb, David Edmonds 05 Dec 2022
625 Beth Kamunge-Kpodo and John Coggan The pandemic had disproportionate impacts when measured by ethnicity, gender and geography. Beth Kamunge-Kpodo and John Coggan are both legal scholars, and both are interested in inequality. Beth Kamunge-Kpodo, John Coggan, David Edmonds 05 Dec 2022
624 Sarah Cunningham Burley At the start of the covid pandemic there was little time for officials to consult the public. Sarah Cunningham Burley oversaw some public dialogues to assess public attitudes to the pandemic, and to the government’s response. Sarah Cunningham Burley, David Edmonds 05 Dec 2022
623 Melanie Smallman and James Wilson During the height of the Covid pandemic we became accustomed to watching, listening to and reading about experts in health statistics. J. Wilson and M.Smallman have been researching the use, and sometimes misuse of pandemic data. Melanie Smallman, James Wilson, David Edmonds 05 Dec 2022
622 Jonny Pugh Vaccines to combat Covid were developed in record time. Policy-makers then faced a tricky question. It was impossible to vaccinate everyone immediately: so who to inoculate first? Jonny Pugh says there were complex trade-offs. Jonny Pugh, David Edmonds 05 Dec 2022
621 Ilina Singh The Pandemic Ethics Accelerator programme was led by Ilina Singh, an Oxford Professor of Neuroscience and Society. In this interview she explains what the programme was, what it was designed to achieve and whether it succeeded. Ilina Singh, David Edmonds 05 Dec 2022
620 Creative Commons The Moral Machine Experiment In this St Cross Special Ethics Seminar, Dr Edmond Awad discusses his project, the Moral Machine, an internet-based game exploring the ethical dilemmas faced by driverless cars. Edmond Awad 09 Nov 2022
619 Creative Commons When does (or did) the Covid-19 pandemic end? Katrien Devolder interviews Erica Charters, Professor of the Global History of Medicine at the University of Oxford Erica Charters, Katrien Devolder 04 Oct 2022
618 Creative Commons How to understand, and interact with, AI Professor Peter Railton presents his take on how to understand, and interact with, AI Peter Railton, Katrien Devolder 04 Oct 2022
617 Hope in Healthcare In this St Cross Special Ethics Seminar, Professor Stephen Clarke the role of hope in patients undergoing major healthcare procedures, and how it relates to decision-making in situations of risk and uncertainty. Stephen Clarke 20 Jun 2022
616 2022 Annual Uehiro Lectures in Practical Ethics: Ethics and Artificial Intelligence (3 of 3) In last of the three 2022 Annual Uehiro Lectures in Practical Ethics, Professor Peter Railton explores how we might "programme ethics into AI" Peter Railton 31 May 2022
615 2022 Annual Uehiro Lectures in Practical Ethics: Ethics and Artificial Intelligence (2 of 3) In the second 2022 Annual Uehiro Lectures in Practical Ethics, Professor Peter Railton explores how we might "programme ethics into AI" Peter Railton 31 May 2022
614 2022 Annual Uehiro Lectures in Practical Ethics: Ethics and Artificial Intelligence (1 of 3) In the first of three 2022 Annual Uehiro Lectures in Practical Ethics, Professor Peter Railton explores how we might "programme ethics into AI" Peter Railton 31 May 2022
613 Creative Commons Against Legalizing Female 'Circumcision' of Minors In this St Cross Special Ethics Seminar, Dr Brian Earp argues that all medically unnecessary genital cutting of non-consenting persons should be opposed on moral and legal grounds. Brian D. Earp 16 May 2022
612 Creative Commons Should we give COVID vaccines to young children? Katrien Devolder and Dominic Wilkinson explore reasons why some parents are vaccine-hesitant Katrien Devolder, Dominic Wilkinson 10 May 2022
611 Creative Commons Defending the selective restriction of liberty during pandemics Katrien Devolder and Julian Savulescu discuss the ethics of lockdowns Katrien Devolder, Julian Savulescu 10 May 2022
610 Is vaccine nationalism justified? Katrien Devolder and Jonathan Pugh discuss vaccine nationalism Katrien Devolder, Jonathan Pugh 10 May 2022
609 Vaccine policies and challenge trials: the ethics of relative risk in public health In this St Cross Special Ethics Seminar, Dr Sarah Chan outlines some risks arising from the deliberate infection of human participants to infectious agents for research purposes Sarah Chan 24 Nov 2021
608 Do We Need Mental Privacy? The Ethics of Mind Reading Reloaded Marcello Ienca discusses moral and legal issues surrounding the decoding – ‘mind reading’ - of brain activity Marcello Ienca 22 Nov 2021
607 Factory farms are breeding grounds for pandemics Katrien Devolder and Aaron Gross discuss the link between factory farm and zoonotic diseases. Aaron Gross 09 Nov 2021
606 Ethics in AI Seminar: Responsible Research and Publication in AI Ethics in AI Seminar - presented by the Institute for Ethics in AI Peter Millican, Rosie Campbell, Carolyn Ashurst, Helena Webb 12 Jul 2021
605 Ethics in AI Colloquium with Adrienne Mayor: Gods and Robots: Myths, Machines, and Ancient Dreams of Technology Part of the Colloquium on AI Ethics series presented by the Institute of Ethics in AI. This event is also part of the Humanities Cultural Programme, one of the founding stones for the future Stephen A. Schwarzman Centre for the Humanities. Adrienne Mayor, Shadi Bartsch-Zimmer, Armand D'Angour, John Tasioulas 12 Jul 2021
604 AI in a Democratic Culture - Presented by the Institute for Ethics in AI Launch of the Institute for Ethics in AI with Sir Nigel Shadbolt, Joshua Cohen and Hélène Landemore. Part of the Colloquium on AI Ethics series presented by the Institute for Ethics in AI Joshua Cohen, Hélène Landemore, Nigel Shadbolt 12 Jul 2021
603 Waiver or understanding? A dilemma for autonomists about informed consent Professor Gopal Sreenivasan delivers a New St Cross Special Ethics Seminar on the topic of Informed Consent. Gopal Sreenivasan 08 Jun 2021
602 Fighting diseases of poverty through research: Deadly dilemmas, moral distress and misplaced responsibilities A New St Cross Special Ethics Seminar, with Professor Maureen Kelley. Maureen Kelley 24 May 2021
601 Should we feed our pets a vegan diet? Katrien Devolder and Josh Milburn discuss whether it's ethical - and possible - to feed our pets a vegan diet. Josh Milburn, Katrien Devolder 08 Apr 2021
600 Towards a plasticity of the mind – New-ish ethical conundrums in dementia care, treatment, and research A New St Cross Special Ethics Seminar with Dr David M Lyreskog. David M Lyreskog 01 Mar 2021
599 How to prevent future pandemics Katrien Devolder and Jeff Sebo on factory farms as breeding grounds for pandemics Jeff Sebo, Katrien Devolder 17 Feb 2021
598 The Neuroscience of a Life Well-Lived Professor Morten L. Kringlebach explains how recent advances in neuroimaging offer an insight into hedonia and eudaimonia, and draws out implications for neuropsychiatric disorders. Morten L. Kringelbach 27 Jan 2021
597 Creative Commons Turing 2018/8: Searle versus Turing - Conclusion Lecture 8 in Peter Millican's 2018 Turing series. Peter Millican 14 Jan 2021
596 Creative Commons Turing 2018/7: Blockhead, the Chinese Room, and ELIZA Lecture 7 in Peter Millican's 2018 Turing series. Peter Millican 14 Jan 2021
595 Creative Commons Turing 2018/6: "Computing Machinery and Intelligence" - Overview of Turing's 1950 paper Lecture 6 in Peter Millican's 2018 Turing series. Peter Millican 14 Jan 2021
594 Creative Commons Turing 2018/5: Settling Hilbert's Entscheidungsproblem, and the Halting Problem Lecture 5 in Peter Millican's 2018 Turing series. Peter Millican 14 Jan 2021
593 Creative Commons Turing 2018/4: Enumerating the Computable Numbers, and the Universal Turing Machine Lecture 4 in Peter Millican's 2018 Turing series. Peter Millican 14 Jan 2021
592 Creative Commons Turing 2018/3: "On Computable Numbers" - Turing's 1936 Paper Lecture 3 in Peter Millican's 2018 Turing series. Peter Millican 14 Jan 2021
591 Creative Commons Turing 2018/2: Hilbert's Programme and Gödel's Theorem Lecture 2 in Peter Millican's 2018 Turing series. Peter Millican 14 Jan 2021
590 Creative Commons Turing 2018/1: Types of number, Cantor, infinities, diagonal arguments Lecture 1 in Peter Millican's 2018 Turing series. Peter Millican 14 Jan 2021
589 Does AI threaten Human Autonomy? This event is also part of the Humanities Cultural Programme, one of the founding stones for the future Stephen A. Schwarzman Centre for the Humanities. Peter Millican, Jonathan Pugh, Jessica Morley, Carina Prunkl 07 Dec 2020
588 Creative Commons Affect, Value and Problems Assessing Decision-Making Capacity MT20 New St Cross Special Ethics Seminar with Assoc. Professor Jennifer Hawkins Jennifer Hawkins 23 Nov 2020
587 2020 Annual Uehiro Lectures in Practical Ethics (3/3): The case for an unfunded pay as you go (PAYG) pension Professor Michael Otsuka (London School of Economics) delivers the final of three public lectures in the series 'How to pool risks across generations: the case for collective pensions' Michael Otsuka 17 Nov 2020
586 2020 Annual Uehiro Lectures in Practical Ethics (2/3): The case for collective defined contribution (CDC) Professor Michael Otsuka (London School of Economics) delivers the second of three public lectures in the series 'How to pool risks across generations: the case for collective pensions' Michael Otsuka 17 Nov 2020
585 2020 Annual Uehiro Lectures in Practical Ethics (1/3): The case for a funded pension with a defined benefit (DB) Professor Michael Otsuka (London School of Economics) delivers the first of three public lectures in the series 'How to pool risks across generations: the case for collective pensions' Michael Otsuka 17 Nov 2020
584 Privacy Is Power Part of the Colloquium on AI Ethics series presented by the Institute of Ethics in AI. This event is also part of the Humanities Cultural Programme, one of the founding stones for the future Stephen A. Schwarzman Centre for the Humanities. Carissa Véliz, Sir Michael Tugendhat, Stephanie Hare, John Tasioulas 05 Nov 2020
583 Algorithms Eliminate Noise (and That Is Very Good) Part of the Colloquium on AI Ethics series presented by the Institute of Ethics in AI. This event is also part of the Humanities Cultural Programme, one of the founding stones for the future Stephen A. Schwarzman Centre for the Humanities. John Tasioulas, Ruth Chang, Sir Nigel Shadbolt, Cass Sunstein 05 Nov 2020
582 Ethics in AI Education This event is also part of the Humanities Cultural Programme, one of the founding stones for the future Stephen A. Schwarzman Centre for the Humanities. Peter Millican, Milo Phillips-Brown, Max Van Kleek, Helena Webb 05 Nov 2020
581 Conscience Rights or Conscience Wrongs?: Debating conscientious objection in healthcare Alberto Giubilini and David Jones trade views and argue each other's position on conscientious objection in healthcare Alberto Giubilini, David Jones 14 Oct 2020
580 Covid-19: who should be vaccinated first? Katrien Devolder interviews Alberto Giubilini. Alberto Giubilini, Katrien Devolder 24 Sep 2020
579 The Risks of Coronavirus Contact Tracing Apps Katrien Devolder interviews Associate Professor Carissa Véliz. Carissa Véliz, Katrien Devolder 24 Sep 2020
578 Why Parental Status Matters When Allocating Scarce Medical Resources Katrien Devolder interviews Moti Gorin. Moti Gorin, Katrien Devolder 24 Sep 2020
577 Fair Access to Covid-19 Treatment in Mexico Philosopher César Palacios-González talks about how corruption and racism in Mexico created serious hurdles for developing federal guidelines for deciding who gets to access scarce medical resources. César Palacios-González, Katrien Devolder 08 Jul 2020
576 Creative Commons General Philosophy 2018 Handouts PDF handouts to accompany Peter Millican's 2018 General Philosophy series. Peter Millican 23 Jun 2020
575 Creative Commons General Philosophy 2018 Slides PDF slides to accompany Peter Millican's 2018 General Philosophy series. Peter Millican 23 Jun 2020
574 Creative Commons GenPhil 2018/8: God and Morality Lecture 8 in Peter Millican's 2018 General Philosophy series. Peter Millican 23 Jun 2020
573 Creative Commons GenPhil 2018/7: Free Will and Responsibility Lecture 7 in Peter Millican's 2018 General Philosophy series. Peter Millican 23 Jun 2020
572 Creative Commons GenPhil 2018/6: Identity, Self-Interest, Free Will Lecture 6 in Peter Millican's 2018 General Philosophy series. Peter Millican 23 Jun 2020
571 Creative Commons GenPhil 2018/5: The Mind, and Personal Identity Lecture 5 in Peter Millican's 2018 General Philosophy series. Peter Millican 23 Jun 2020
570 Creative Commons GenPhil 2018/4: Facing Up to Scepticism Lecture 4 in Peter Millican's 2018 General Philosophy series. Peter Millican 23 Jun 2020
569 Creative Commons GenPhil 2018/3: Scepticism and Induction Lecture 3 in Peter Millican's 2018 General Philosophy series. Peter Millican 23 Jun 2020
568 Creative Commons GenPhil 2018/2: Matter, Mind, and Humanity Lecture 2 in Peter Millican's 2018 General Philosophy series. Peter Millican 23 Jun 2020
567 Creative Commons GenPhil 2018/1: Historical Introduction Lecture 1 in Peter Millican's 2018 General Philosophy series. Peter Millican 23 Jun 2020
566 Choosing Now for Later: Precedent Autonomy and Problem of Surrogate Decision-Making After Severe Brain Injury Recording of the New St Cross Special Ethics Seminar on surrogate decision-making after severe brain injury. Mackenzie Graham, Doug McConnell 19 Jun 2020
565 Creative Commons Past the Peak of the Coronavirus Pandemic: Triage of Non-Covid-19 patients Katrien Devolder interviews Dominic Wilkinson. Dominic Wilkinson, Katrien Devolder 01 Jun 2020
564 Creative Commons Hume 2018 Handouts PDF handouts to accompany Peter Millican's 2018 Hume series. Peter Millican 21 May 2020
563 Creative Commons Hume 2018 Slides PDF slides to accompany Peter Millican's 2018 Hume series. Peter Millican 21 May 2020
562 Creative Commons Hume 2018/8: Sceptical Crisis and Second Thoughts Lecture 8 in Peter Millican's 2018 Hume series. Peter Millican 21 May 2020
561 Creative Commons Hume 2018/7: Scepticism about Body, Soul and Self Lecture 7 in Peter Millican's 2018 Hume series. Peter Millican 21 May 2020
560 Creative Commons Hume 2018/6: Causal Interpretation, to Scepticism Lecture 6 in Peter Millican's 2018 Hume series. Peter Millican 21 May 2020
559 Creative Commons Hume 2018/5: Probability and the Idea of Necessity Lecture 5 in Peter Millican's 2018 Hume series. Peter Millican 21 May 2020
558 Creative Commons Hume 2018/4: Induction and Belief Lecture 4 in Peter Millican's 2018 Hume series. Peter Millican 21 May 2020
557 Creative Commons Hume 2018/3: Faculties and Relations, to Causation Lecture 3 in Peter Millican's 2018 Hume series. Peter Millican 21 May 2020
556 Creative Commons Hume 2018/2: Ideas, Impressions, and Abstraction Lecture 2 in Peter Millican's 2018 Hume series. Peter Millican 21 May 2020
555 Creative Commons Hume 2018/1: Hume’s Background and Chief Aims Lecture 1 in Peter Millican's 2018 Hume series. Peter Millican 21 May 2020
554 Creative Commons Medically Assisted Dying in Canada: from where we’ve come; to where we’re heading In this New St Cross Special Ethics Seminar, Professor Arthur Schafer outlines the current contours of the Canadian euthanasia debate. Arthur Schafer 11 May 2020
553 Creative Commons Is it Permissible for Healthcare Workers to Stop Working if They Lack PPE? Katrien Devolder interviews Udo Schüklenk. Udo Schuklenk, Katrien Devolder 23 Apr 2020
552 Creative Commons How the Coronavirus Pandemic Exacerbates Existing Inequalities An interview with Dr Agomoni Ganguli-Mitra. Agomoni Ganguli-Mitra, Katrien Devolder 21 Apr 2020
551 Creative Commons Triage in an Italian ICU During the Coronavirus Pandemic An interview with Dr Marco Vergano. Marco Vergano, Katrien Devolder 20 Apr 2020
550 Creative Commons Tackling the Cause of the Coronavirus Pandemic An interview with Professor Peter Singer. Peter Singer, Katrien Devolder 20 Apr 2020
549 Why is mental healthcare so ethically confusing? Clinicians and institutions from an anthropological perspective In this talk, Neil Armstrong uses ethnographic material of NHS mental healthcare to raise some questions about autonomy, risk and personal and institutional responsibility. Neil Armstrong 17 Feb 2020
548 3f. Values and AI: view from public policy Jo Wolff and Vafa Ghazavi, Blavatnik School of Government, gives the sixth and final talk in the third Ethics in AI seminar, held on February 10th 2020. Jo Wolff, Vafa Ghazavi 10 Feb 2020
547 3e. AI and business Alan Morrison, Saïd Business School, gives the fifth talk in the third Ethics in AI seminar, held on February 10th 2020. Alan Morrison 10 Feb 2020
546 3d. AI and finance Nir Vulkan, Saïd Business School, gives the fourth talk in the third Ethics in AI seminar, held on February 10th 2020. Nir Vulkan 10 Feb 2020
545 3c. Population health and AI: efficiency, accuracy and trust Angeliki Kerasidou, Ethox Centre, gives the third talk in the third Ethics in AI seminar, held on February 10th 2020. Angeliki Kerasidou 10 Feb 2020
544 3b. AI in healthcare Claire Bloomfield, National Consortium of Intelligent Medical Imaging, gives the second talk in the third Ethics in AI seminar, held on February 10th 2020. Claire Bloomfield 10 Feb 2020
543 3a. Rethinking ethics and humanities for the 21st Century Mike Parker, Wellcome Centre for Ethics and Humanities gives the first talk in the third Ethics in AI seminar, held on February 10th 2020. Mike Parker 10 Feb 2020
542 Is Moral Status Good for You? Thomas Douglas, University of Oxford, gives a talk for the Conference on Rethinking Moral Status, held in 13th and 14th June 2019. Thomas Douglas 07 Feb 2020
541 The Tenuous Connection between Moral Status and Proper Political-Legal Status Benjamin Sachs, University of St Andrews, gives a talk for the Conference on Rethinking Moral Status, held in 13th and 14th June 2019. Benjamin Sachs 07 Feb 2020
540 Moral Status: A Convenient Label Udo Schuklenk, Queen's University, gives a talk for the Conference on Rethinking Moral Status, held in 13th and 14th June 2019. Udo Schuklenk 07 Feb 2020
539 The Ever Conscious View and the Contingency of Moral Status Elizabeth Harman, Princeton University, gives a talk for the Conference on Rethinking Moral Status, held in 13th and 14th June 2019. Elizabeth Harman 07 Feb 2020
538 The Moral Status of Conscious Subjects Joshua Shepherd, Carlton University and the University de Barcelona, gives a talk for the Conference on Rethinking Moral Status, held in 13th and 14th June 2019. Joshua Shepherd 07 Feb 2020
537 The Moral Status of So-called Moral Machines John Harris, University of Manchester, gives a talk for the Conference on Rethinking Moral Status, held in 13th and 14th June 2019. John Harris 07 Feb 2020
536 Moral Status and Moral Significance Ingmar Persson, University of Gothenburg and University of Oxford, gives a talk for the Conference on Rethinking Moral Status, held in 13th and 14th June 2019. Ingmar Persson 07 Feb 2020
535 Chimeras, Superchimps and Post-persons; Specie Boundaries and Moral Status Enhancements Sarah Chan, Univesity of Edinburgh, gives a talk for the Conference on Rethinking Moral Status, held in 13th and 14th June 2019. Sarah Chan 07 Feb 2020
534 Variable Moral Status Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, Duke University, gives a talk for the Conference on Rethinking Moral Status, held in 13th and 14th June 2019. Walter Sinnott-Armstrong 07 Feb 2020
533 2e. Artificial Intelligence and the news Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, gives the fifth talk in the second Ethics in AI seminar, held on January 27th 2020 (postponed from December 2nd 2019). Rasmus Kleis Nielsen 27 Jan 2020
532 2d. Computational propaganda Vidya Narayanan, Oxford Internet Institute, Vidya Narayanan 27 Jan 2020
531 2c. Use, users and the social context for AI Gina Neff, Oxford Internet Institute, gives the third talk in the second Ethics in AI seminar, held on January 27th 2020 (postponed from December 2nd 2019). Gina Neff 27 Jan 2020
530 2b. Capital, labour and power in the age of automation Carl Benedikt Frey gives the second talk in the second Ethics in AI seminar, held on January 27th 2020 (postponed from December 2nd 2019). Carl Benedikt Frey 27 Jan 2020