Luciano Floridi, Professor of Ethics of Information, Oxford Internet Institute
Still at Oxford, he is a distinguished research fellow at the Faculty of Philosophy’s Uehiro Center for Practical Ethics, and a research associate and fellow in information policy at the Department of Computer Science.
Outside Oxford, he is a faculty fellow of the Alan Turing Institute (the national institute for data science) and the chair of its Data Ethics Group, as well as an adjunct professor at the Department of Economics at American University in Washington D.C.
Luciano’s research concerns primarily information and computer ethics (aka digital ethics), the philosophy of information, and the philosophy of technology. Other research interests include epistemology, the philosophy of logic, and the history and philosophy of skepticism.
He has published over a 150 papers in these areas, in many anthologies and peer-reviewed journals. His works have been translated into many languages, including Arabic, Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Lithuanian, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish.