AI Ethics at Oxford Blog

a man in deep thought sat in a dark room working on a laptop - decoration only

Work, Play, Reality

by Josiah Ober and John Tasioulas

10 June 2024

 

 

'The use of AI at work needs to be responsive to the intrinsic value of work and workplace democracy'

Decoration only

Why AI Needs Aristotle: The Lyceum Project

by Josiah Ober and John Tasioulas

27 May 2024

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stock image of soldier using a computer

Red Herring, Meaningful Human Control and the Autonomous Weapons Systems Debate

By Professor Yuval Shany

18th March 2024

Professor Yuval Shany

Stock image of a meeting

AI and the Future of Work

By Dr Ekaterina Hertog, Dr Daniel Susskind, Charlotte Unruh, and Lily Rodel.

4th March 2024

Dr Ekaterina Hertog

 

Stock image of ChatGPT

How ChatGPT has been prompted to respect safety, fairness, and copyright

by Professor Vincent Conitzer and Derek Leben

26th February 2024

Professor Vince Conitzer

Stock Image - Social Care

Generative AI in Adult Social Care: Defining what ‘responsible use’ looks like

by Dr Caroline Green

19th February 2024

Dr Caroline Green

The Ethics of Privacy and Surveillance book cover on grey background named white futuristic created by BazziBa from Adobe Stock

New book: The Ethics of Privacy and Surveillance

by Carissa Véliz

23 January 2024

Profile image of Carissa Veliz

Image by Zayatssv from Adobe Stock - Title - robot assistant helps a person in a hospital, future concept

From digital rights to international human rights: The emerging right to a human decision maker

by Yuval Shany

11 December 2023

Profile image of Yuval Shany

image by Savvapanf Photo - EU Flag and shadows of people

The EU's AI Act at a Crossroads for Rights

by John Tasioulas and Caroline Green

4 December 2023

John Tasioulas and Caroline Green