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Matthew Dennis, PhD

Matthew J. Dennis specialises in the ethics of artificial intelligence and persuasive technology. His recent publications focus on how we can live well with emerging technologies (data-driven algorithms, recommender systems, virtual assistants, self-care apps), as well as how our digital well-being is affected by gender, income, and intercultural factors. Recently he has published articles in Journal of Value Inquiry, Philosophy & Technology, Ethics & Information Technology, Science & Engineering Ethics, Journal of Moral Education, and Journal of Social Epistemology. He is the co-editor of two topical collections of Ethics and Information Technology (on COVID-19 technologies and on the ethics of algorithmic hiring). Currently, he is a Research Fellow in Ethics of Socially Disruptive Technologies (ESDiT) at TU Eindhoven (2021–2024) with visiting positions at the University of Oxford's Institute for Ethics in Artificial Intelligence and at University of Amsterdam's Institute for Advanced Studies. Prior to this, he was a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Research Fellow at TU Delft (2019–21).
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Eindhoven University of Technology


Philosophy & Ethics Capacity Group