Philosophy, AI, and Innovation

Seminar Announcement:

Prof. Philipp Koralus, Brendan McCord (Visiting Fellow, St. Catherine’s College)
Monday 4pm-6pm, Trinity Term 2024 Weeks 1 to 8.
Location: Top floor, Porter’s Lodge, St. Catherine’s College

The seminar will explore issues at the intersection of philosophy, AI, and technological innovation, co-taught by a philosopher and a technologist. The seminar will welcome a variety of visiting discussants from the technology industry throughout term, coming to us from places including Midjourney, Imbue, Stripe, Story Protocol, and ex/ante venture capital. The focus will be on how a concern for human flourishing can be embedded in the global technology development pipeline from the ground up, and on exploring how broader bridges can be built between philosophy and technology. The seminar is primarily aimed at philosophy graduate students and computer science graduate students but participants from other areas are welcome.

Please email philipp.koralus@philosophy.ox.ac.uk no later than April 15th with a (very) brief explanation of your interest in the seminar to reserve a spot. Space limited to maintain quality of discussion.

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