Carissa Véliz

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Research Fellow, Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics, Wellcome Centre for Ethics and Humanities, University of Oxford
DPhil in Philosophy, University of Oxford

Books

Privacy Is Power (Bantam Press 2020, an Economist book of the year) 
The Oxford Handbook of Digital Ethics (forthcoming) 

 

Selected papers

‘Moral Zombies. Why Algorithms Are Not Moral Agents,’ forthcoming, AI and Society.
‘On Self-Presentation, Privacy, and Evil Online,’ forthcoming, Journal of Practical Ethics.
Carina Prunkl, Milo Phillips-Brown, and Ted Lechterman, ‘We Might Be Afraid of Black-Box Algorithms’, 2021, Journal of Medical Ethics 47(5), 339-340.
‘Privacy and Digital Ethics after the Pandemic,’ 2021, Nature Electronics, 4, 10-11
‘Three Things Digital Ethics Can Learn From Medical Ethics,’ 2019, Nature Electronics 2, 316-318 
‘Online Masquerade: Redesigning the Internet for Free Speech,’ 2019, Journal of Applied Philosophy 36 (4), 643-658., Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy 49, 151-92

 

AI Ethics, Privacy, Practical Ethics, Moral Philosophy, Political Philosophy.