Recent media interviews

“Trump's Artificial Intelligence Initiative Needs to Show Us the Money,” Jonathan Vanian, Fortune. February 11, 2019

What are the dangers of artificial intelligence in our brave new world of self-driving cars?” John Miller, America, November 2, 2018.

“Everything You Need to Know Before Starting a Business with Friends,” VICE, October 19.

“Gamified life: From scoreboards to trackers, games have infiltrated work, serving as spies, overseers and agents of social control,” Vincen Gabriell, Aeon, 10 October 2018.

"The question for Elon Musk: What are you, high?" Bloomberg, 8 September 2018.

"After Trump-Kim summit some Koreans hopeful peach can break out," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 1 July 2018.

"Koreans in Toledo, from North and South, brace for a new era," The Blade, June 29 2018.

"Human moral intuitions cannot reliably guide ethical decisions of autonomous machines," Tepper Magazine, Summer 2018.

"11 Groundbreaking, World-Changing Wharton PhDs," Wharton Magazine, Spring/Summer 2018.

"Hey Bot, what do you know about reasonable driving behaviour?" Automotive, 18 May 2018.

"An ethical compass in the automation age," KPMG, 2017.

Recent talks

“Can ethics be taught to AI” Seattle University (May 2019).

“Can ethics be taught to AI?” University of St. Thomas (May 2019).

"A right to explanation" The Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence, Cambridge University (26 September 2018).

"Machine ethics, artificial intelligence, and moral uncertainty" Cintas Institute for Business Ethics, Xavier University (13 September 2018).

"Confucian business ethics," The Daniel P. Paduano Research Symposium in Business Ethics, Stern School of Business, New York University (April 2018)

"Technological unemployment," Gabriel School of Business, Fordham University (April, 2018).

“Business ethics,” The David M. Levan Ethics Seminar Series, Gettysburgh College (April 2018).

"A right to explanation," The Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania (April, 2018).

 Trump's Artificial Intelligence Initiative Needs to Show Us the Money