Lecturer, Cognitive Science
John Milanese explores philosophical questions about science and technology, especially those concerning the role that ethical and political values play in shaping scientific research and technological progress. In all of his classes, students have the opportunity to work closely with him and their peers on projects of their own creation that are most relevant to their interests. He currently works with students in the following classes: Minds and Machines, Critical Thinking, Ethics, Philosophy of Science, and Ethics of Artificial Intelligence.
Ph.D., Philosophy, University at Albany, SUNY
- decision-making under uncertainty
- philosophy of science