Project Lead: Digital Ethics and Governance
Arden Ali is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Interdisciplinary Ethics Institute at Northeastern University. He works primarily in ethics and the philosophy of criminal law. His current research project concerns the nature of complicity in moral and legal practice. He is particularly interested in the applicability of accomplice liability to cases involving entangled human and machine agents. Recently, he has offered courses in environmental ethics, economic justice, theory of action, and bioethics. Arden completed his PhD in philosophy at MIT in 2016 and previously held a visiting faculty appointment in the Department of Philosophy at Mount Holyoke College. He graduated summa cum laude from the University of Pittsburgh with an undergraduate degree in philosophy, politics, and economics.