Episode #29 – Moore on the Quantified Worker

In this episode, I talk to Phoebe Moore. Phoebe is a researcher and a Senior Lecturer in International Relations at Middlesex University. She teaches International Relations and International Political Economy and has published several books, articles and reports about labour struggle, industrial relations and the impact of technology on workers’ everyday lives. Her current research, … More Episode #29 – Moore on the Quantified Worker

Episode #28 – Walch on the Misunderstandings of Blockchain Technology

In this episode I am joined by Angela Walch. Angela is an Associate Professor at St. Mary’s University School of Law. Her research focuses on money and the law, blockchain technologies, governance of emerging technologies and financial stability. She is a Research Fellow of the Centre for Blockchain Technologies of University College London. Angela was … More Episode #28 – Walch on the Misunderstandings of Blockchain Technology

Episode #27 – Gilbert on the Ethics of Predictive Brain Implants

In this episode I am joined by Frédéric Gilbert. Frédéric is a philosopher and bioethicist who is affiliated with quite a number of universities and research institutes around the world. He is currently a Scientist Fellow at the University of Washington (UW), in Seattle, US but has a concomitant appointment with the Department of Medicine, at the University … More Episode #27 – Gilbert on the Ethics of Predictive Brain Implants

Episode #26 – Behan on Technopolitics and the Automation of the State

In this episode I talk to Anthony Behan. Anthony is a technologist with an interest in the political and legal aspects of technology. We have a wide-ranging discussion about the automation of the law and the politics of technology.  The conversation is based on Anthony’s thesis ‘The Politics of Technology: An Assessment of the Barriers to … More Episode #26 – Behan on Technopolitics and the Automation of the State

Episode #25 – McNamara on Fairness, Utility and High Frequency Trading

In this episode I am joined by Steven McNamara. Steven is a Professor of Law at the American University of Beirut, and is currently a visiting professor at the University of Florida School of Law. Once upon a time, Steven was a corporate lawyer. He is now an academic lawyer with interests in moral theory, business … More Episode #25 – McNamara on Fairness, Utility and High Frequency Trading

Episode #24 – Bryson on Why Robots Should be Slaves

In this episode I interview Joanna Bryson. Joanna is Reader in Computer Science at the University of Bath. Joanna’s primary research interest lies in using AI to understand natural intelligence, but she is also interested in the ethics of AI and robotics, the social uses of robots, and the political and legal implications of advances … More Episode #24 – Bryson on Why Robots Should be Slaves

Episode #23 – Liu on Responsibility and Discrimination in Autonomous Weapons and Self-Driving Cars

In this episode I talk to Hin-Yan Liu. Hin-Yan is an Associate Professor of Law at the University of Copenhagen. His research interests lie at the frontiers of emerging technology governance, and in the law and policy of existential risks. His core agenda focuses upon the myriad challenges posed by artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics … More Episode #23 – Liu on Responsibility and Discrimination in Autonomous Weapons and Self-Driving Cars

Episode #22 – Wellman and Rajan on the Ethics of Automated Trading

In this episode, I am joined by Michael Wellman and Uday Rajan. Michael is a Professor of Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Michigan; and Uday is a Professor of Business Administration and Chair and Professor of Finance and Real Estate at the same institution. Our conversation focuses on the ethics of autonomous … More Episode #22 – Wellman and Rajan on the Ethics of Automated Trading

Episode #21 – Mark Coeckelbergh on Robots and the Tragedy of Automation

In this episode I talk to Mark Coeckelbergh. Mark is a Professor of Philosophy of Media and Technology at the Department of Philosophy of the University of Vienna and President of the Society for Philosophy and Technology. He also has an affiliation as Professor of Technology and Social Responsibility at the Centre for Computing and … More Episode #21 – Mark Coeckelbergh on Robots and the Tragedy of Automation

Episode #20 – Karen Yeung on Hypernudging and Big Data

In this episode I talk to Karen Yeung. Karen is a Chair in Law at the Dickson Poon School of Law, Kings College London. She joined the School to help establish the Centre for Technology, Ethics and Law & Society (‘TELOS’), of which she is now Director.  Professor Yeung is an academic pioneer in the … More Episode #20 – Karen Yeung on Hypernudging and Big Data