I have research interests in philosophy of mind and applied ethics. In philosophy of mind, my work now centers on the questions about the nature of spatial representation across different sensory modalities: e.g. do we always, or even typically, represent space in audition, olfaction, or gustation? If we do, what is the significance of this finding for broader questions in philosophy of mind?

In applied ethics, my focus is on ethics of emerging technologies, especially AI and robotics. I am in particular interested in the ethical and social implications of widespread labor automation, and, more futuristically, about the ethics of human-level…

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