Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research Fellow
Technische Universiteit Delft
Techniek, Bestuur, en Management (TBM)
Ethics / Philosophy of Technology
Digitale samenleving en communicatie
Gevolgen voor computerondersteunde communicatie
- Digital Well-Being
- Digital Health
- Moral Philosophy
Matthew J. Dennis specialises in how technology can increase human flourishing, as well as in the ethics of AI and other emerging technologies. He holds a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research Fellowship in the Department of Values, Technology, and Innovation at TU Delft. Prior to this he was an Early Career Research Fellow in Innovation at Institute for Advanced Study, University of Warwick, where he wrote his PhD. He has published widely on digital well-being, and is often invited to discuss his work internationally in the academic and tech communities.
Voorbeeld van relevante publicatie
M. J. Dennis (forthcoming 2020). ‘Ecological Loss and Our Passionate Attachments.’ Philosophy of Love and Loving. S. Cushing (ed.). London: Palgrave Macmillan.
M. J. Dennis (forthcoming 2020). ‘Cultivating Digital Well-Being and the Rise of Self-Care Apps.’ The Ethics of Digital Well-Being: A Multi-Disciplinary Approach. C. Burr & L. Floridi (eds.). New York: Springer Publishing.
M. J. Dennis (accepted 27th April 2020). ‘Technologies of Self-Cultivation: How to Improve Stoic Self-Care Apps.’ Human Affairs, Special Issue on Philosophical Reflection and Technological Change.
M. J. Dennis (accepted 2nd February 2020). ‘We Don’t Need Another Guru: AI and Digital Well-Being.’ Conference Proceedings of Society for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and the Simulation of Behaviour. Taylor and Francis Group. [Publication delayed due to COVID-19.]