Paula Boddington is a philosopher whose work includes philosophy of mind, moral philosophy and applied ethics. She has worked extensively in interdisciplinary contexts and is interested in the links between theory, practice, and policy, including the ethical and social issues surrounding the development of new science and technology. She is currently a senior research fellow in the Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford, on a project funded by the Future of Life Institute, exploring the development of codes of ethics for AI.
Books by Paula Boddington
Interviews with Paula Boddington
Heartificial Intelligence: Embracing Our Humanity to Maximize Machines
by John Havens
The Technological Singularity
by Murray Shanahan
Weapons of Math Destruction: How Big Data Increases Inequality and Threatens Democracy
by Cathy O'Neil
Moral Machines: Teaching Robots Right From Wrong
by Wendell Wallach and Colin Allen
2001: A Space Odyssey
by Arthur C Clarke
Advances in artificial intelligence pose a myriad of ethical questions, but the most incisive thinking on this subject says more about humans than it does about machines, says Paula Boddington, Oxford academic and author of Towards a Code of Ethics for Artificial Intelligence.