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This is a podcast hosted by the Center for Analytic Philosophy at Renmin University of China. The purpose of this podcast is twofold: (i) to help grow interest in analytic philosophy in China and (ii) to help students mature philosophically as they engage well-established analytic philosophers through interviews.

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This is a podcast hosted by the Center for Analytic Philosophy at Renmin University of China. The purpose of this podcast is twofold: (i) to help grow interest in analytic philosophy in China and (ii) to help students mature philosophically as they engage well-established analytic philosophers through interviews.

    Paul Scharre: Lethal Autonomous Weapons

    Paul Scharre: Lethal Autonomous Weapons

    In this episode Runya Liu, an undergraduate at Duke Kunshan University, and I talk with Paul Scharre, Senior Fellow and Director of the Technology and National Security Program at the Center for a New American Security, on his book Army of None: Lethal Autonomous Weapons and the Future of War.

    Shaun Nichols: Free Will and Moral Responsibility

    Shaun Nichols: Free Will and Moral Responsibility

    In this episode Ju Chen, a Ph.D. student at Renmin University, talks with Shaun Nichols, Professor of Philosophy at the University of Arizona, on his book Bound.

    Philip Brey: AI and Surveillance

    Philip Brey: AI and Surveillance

    In this episode Hsien-Yao Chee and Leo Barbara, undergraduates at Duke Kunshan University, interview Philip Brey, Professor of Philosophy of Technology at the University of Twente, on Artificial Intelligence and Surveillance technologies.

    Azim Shariff: The Moral Machine Experiment and Autonomous Vehicles

    Azim Shariff: The Moral Machine Experiment and Autonomous Vehicles

    In this episode Anika Kuchukova, an undergraduate at Duke Kunshan University, and I interview Azim Shariff, an Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of British Columbia, on the Moral Machine Experiment and autonomous vehicles.

    Robert Seamans: AI and the Economy

    Robert Seamans: AI and the Economy

    In this episode Bella Jia, an undergraduate at Duke Kunshan University, and I interview Robert Seamans, an Associate Professor of Management and Organizations in New York University's Stern School of Business, on Artificial Intelligence and the Economy.

    Fiery Cushman: Moral Luck

    Fiery Cushman: Moral Luck

    In this episode Zhang Yiming and I interview Fiery Cushman, an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Harvard University, on the logic of Moral Luck.

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