My research spans the fields of philosophy and ethics of AI, cognitive science, social philosophy, and philosophy of science. My work in these areas is problem-oriented in focus and pluralist in methodology, drawing on tools of philosophy, methods of cognitive science, and formal simulation and machine learning techniques. My current research centers on questions of values in complex sociotechnical systems that underpin institutional decision-making, and focuses on three broad themes:
- Philosophy & ethics of AI-informed decision-making
- Diversity & group decision-making
- Cognitive science of value-driven cognition
For a full list of my publications, please see my Google scholar page.