I am an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Georgetown University, where I am also affiliated with the Center for Digital Ethics and the Initiative in Technology, Ethics, and Society. My areas of specialization are in the ethics of AI and in epistemology. My CV is here.
My research concerns the ethical, political, and epistemic implications of contemporary and near-term AI systems, particularly those developed using machine learning techniques. More specifically, I have written about algorithmic fairness and explainable AI. I also maintain a research program in the epistemology of inquiry. My work has been published in AAAI/ACM conference proceedings and in leading philosophy journals, including Noûs, Philosophical Studies, and Philosophy of Science.
Before coming to Georgetown, I was a postdoctoral fellow at Northeastern University and at Washington University in St. Louis. I received my PhD in Philosophy from Rutgers University.
I also enjoy amateur astronomy, hiking, craft beer, and science fiction.