I am a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence at Cambridge University and a Postdoctoral Affiliate of Newnham College.
My research focuses on artificial intelligence and the mind. I concentrate on how our use of technologies—from basic writing tools, such as a pen and paper, to advanced technologies, such as the Internet and smartphones, affect our mental capacities.
My primary philosophical interests are in contemporary analytic philosophy of mind and philosophy of cognitive science. Some of the areas that I teach include Philosophy of Mind and Cognitive Science, Metaphysics of Persons, Moral Philosophy, and Logic.
- Philosophy of Mind
- Philosophy of Cognitive Science
- Artificial Intelligence
- Ph.D. in Philosophy, 2017
- McGill University
- B.A. Honours w High Distinction, in Philosophy and Political Science
- University of Toronto