Lincoln Center for Applied Ethics, MC 4503 PO Box 874503
Tempe, AZ 85287-4503
Mail code: 9320
Erica O’Neil, PhD, is a scholar committed to advancing co-creative, participatory strategies for engaging ethical technological innovation, from investigating ethical cultures of research to critically interrogating disruptive technologies from a justice-oriented perspective that centers those most at risk of being impacted. She manages research development and projects in the Lincoln Center for Applied Ethics at Arizona State University, an organization focused on advancing humane technology as a concept to empower ethical management of technology, align tech with human values, and reject the current exploitation of tech users. She also teaches community-oriented courses that survey the human impacts of artificial intelligence as a member of the Responsible Artificial Intelligence Curriculum Design Project funded by the National Humanities Center.