Carissa Véliz is a philosophy professor at the University of Oxford’s Institute for Ethics in AI. In 2021, she received the Herbert A. Simon Award for Outstanding Research in Computing and Philosophy from the International Association of Computing and Philosophy.
Books by Carissa Véliz
Interviews with Carissa Véliz
Zed: A Novel
by Joanna Kavenna
Weapons of Math Destruction: How Big Data Increases Inequality and Threatens Democracy
by Cathy O'Neil
Mindf*ck: Inside Cambridge Analytica’s Plot to Break the World
by Christopher Wylie
Algorithms of Oppression: How Search Engines Reinforce Racism
by Safiya Umoja Noble
by Mark Coeckelbergh
Philosophers have a lot to add to debates about digital technology and the moral issues raised by its rapid rise, argues Carissa Véliz, a professor at the University of Oxford’s Institute for Ethics in AI. Here she talks us through books for the general reader that introduce some of the challenges of digital ethics, from concerns about privacy and bias to the threat to democracy and the future of humanity.