I am a fourth year PhD student in philosophy at the University of Connecticut, focusing on the philosophy of mind, the philosophy of technology and artificial intelligence, and virtue epistemology (and the intersection of these three subfields). I also have interests in applied ethics (especially AI ethics and existential risk). My dissertation seeks to understand the virtue epistemological implications of emerging versions of brain-computer interfaces and augmented reality systems.
I am also the creator of the Shelter from the Storm podcast network, which currently features the shows ‘Tent Talks’ and ‘Mind Surge’. This site contains two things: (1) links to episodes of the podcasts and further information about the podcast network, and (2) my academic CV and philosophy publications.