AI and 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.
Live Event: Thursday 26th November 5pm-7pm
Watch live event here.
Jess is an MSc student at the Oxford Internet Institute, supervised by Professor Luciano Floridi. She is also a tech adviser at the UK Department of Health and Social Care. In both capacities Jess focuses on the use of data-driven health and care technologies. Jess previously studied for a B.A. in Geography at Oxford University, where she explored the impact of social media on the spread of cultural ideas. Research Interests: AI, Personalised Healthcare, mHealth, ethics
Carina Prunkl, Senior Research Scholar at the Future of Humanity Institute
Jonathan Pugh, Parfit-Radcliffe Richards Senior Research Fellow and Manager of Visitors Programmes for the Oxford Uehiro Centre, University of Oxford.
Jonathan recently led a Wellcome Trust funded project entitled "The Ethics of Novel Therapeutic Applications of Deep Brain Stimulation". His research interests lie primarily in issues concerning personal autonomy in practical ethics, particularly topics pertaining to informed consent. He has also written on the ethics of human embryonic stem cell research, criminal justice, human enhancement, and gene-editing.
Personal website: jonathanpughethics.wordpress.com/ Academia.edu profile