I am a philosopher of language, science, and biology whose work is very much informed by evolutionary game theory. My research includes interrelated projects in the areas of (1) ethically-aligned artificial intelligence, (2) social dynamics, norms, and conventions, and, more recently, (3) the philosophy of autism.

I am currently assistant professor at Dalhousie University in the dept. of philosophy (faculty of arts and social science). I also teach in the Faculty of Computer Science.

Previously, I was a postdoctoral fellow at Mila - Québec Artificial Intelligence Institute and the Department of Computer Science and Operations Research, Uni…

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