My current writing centers around the regulation, governance and ethics of artificial intelligence. This page and my google scholar account hosts a selection of writing on that topic and others. Over the last years, I have contributed to various national and international government consultations and AI strategies, as well as to policy papers from the G20, G7, UNESCO, OECD and the European Commission.
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A book chapter with Oxford University Press on the governance of AI in the European Union.
A book chapter on non-medically necessary enhancement from the perspective of the Extended Mind Hypothesis.
What would it take for the EU to take a more leading role in AI? This report surveys core components of the EU’s current AI ecosystem, providing the crucial background context.
Developed with the Shanghai Institute of Science for Science, this report features 52 international experts' opinions on AI governance.
Report developed by 50 experts from 44 institutions, including AI scientists, academic researchers, industry representatives, policy experts, and others.
Papers, Articles and Commentary.
This peer reviewed paper sketches a blueprint of such institutions.
Short paper surveying how an AI mega-project could be established in a timely manner in the European Union.
A popular article on AI usage in mental health practice on the World Economic Forum's Agenda which discusses promising directions towards early detection
This document serves as a short overview of the Policy and Investment Recommendations for Trustworthy AI.
This is a partial overview of the Coordinated Plan on AI that I have cut down, re-structured and edited to highlight the aspects that I am most excited about.
The reviewed document is: very aligned with European Commission’s AI strategy and the Digital Day Declaration - strong focus on knowledge transfer (connecting R&D&I with economy and industry).