Trystan Goetze

Trystan Goetze

Postdoctoral Fellow in Embedded EthiCS
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Research Interests: moral and epistemic responsibility, epistemic injustice, computer & AI ethics, philosophy of education

Trystan completed his Ph.D at the University of Sheffield in 2018. From 2019–21, they were a Banting Postdoctoral Fellow in Philosophy at Dalhousie University, where they also taught computer ethics. Before coming to Harvard, he worked with Athabasca University and Ethically Aligned AI, Inc., to create a series of AI ethics micro-credential courses. Their current projects are on trust and Big Tech, epistemic blame, AI ethics, and computer science education. At Harvard, she is the “Bridge Fellow” in Embedded EthiCS, coordinating outreach to and collaboration with other organizations that are developing computer ethics curricula. Trystan also designs tabletop roleplaying games.

 

Pronunciation guide: /TRISS-tin GETS/

Pronouns: whatever feels right (any are fine)

Personal website: https://www.trystangoetze.ca/

PhilPapers: https://philpeople.org/profiles/trystan-s-goetze

Games: https://errantcanadian.itch.io/