I am a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow at the University of Oxford, and specialise in moral and legal philosophy. I am particularly interested in consent, responsibility, and artificial intelligence. My work on consent has focused on questions about coercion, manipulation and nudging, living organ donation, and the use of artificial intelligence in medicine. At the moment, I am writing a book entitled Answering Others: Moral Responsibility and Artificial Intelligence, which is under contract with Hart Publishing. Answering Others uses a novel puzzle, the Lorry Driver Paradox, to explore and clarify our understanding of moral responsibility, to break new ground in the ethics of artificial intelligence (AI), and to connect moral philosophy, legal theory, and AI ethics in new ways. Answering Others supports a ‘legal turn’, i.e. the idea that an inquiry into legal responsibility can guide an inquiry into moral responsibility, and not just the other way around.

More information can be found on my personal website.