Guglielmo Tamburrini

Position:  Professor of Philosophy and Science at Universita’ di Napoli “Federico II”

Links: Website

Expertise Areas: Robotics, Computational Neuroscience, HCI Ethics, Brain Computer Interfaces

Contact: guglielmo.tamburrini@unina.it

Bio:

Guglielmo Tamburrini is professor of philosophy of science at Universita di Napoli Federico II, Italy. His research interests include the methodology and epistemology of robotics, ICT, and the computational modelling of biological information processing. He has been recently working on ethical issues arising in human-computer and human-robot interactions – notably including autonomy, responsibility, and personal identity issues arising in BCI applications for communication and control.

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    Russia's nuclear-armed, nuclear-powered, autonomous torpedo is a bad idea. The U.S. building the same is even worse. Fun fact: @icracnet has been calling for a ban on arming autonomous systems with nuclear weapons since 2010(!): icrac.net/about-icrac/ usni.org/magazines/proc…