I am an Assistant Professor at the Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy, Ludwig Maximilian University. Before that I was a Research Fellow at the Philosophy Department of the Australian National University, where I joined after concluding my Philosophy Doctorate at Columbia University in 2019.
I work on issues in the Philosophy of Science and Technology, with a focus in social epistemology and data science.
I use formal tools to understand and tackle some of the impact that digital technologies have and will have in the way we organize knowledge in scientific and non-scientific communities. My dissertation focused on how to best represent the consensus and (network) dynamic of a social group given the attitude of its individuals, be them opinions or judgments of sympathy. I am now working on twitter network analysis on controversial topics. I am also interested in the emergent field of philosophy of data science, and in the ethics of autonomous decision making. My GitHub. My LinkedIn.
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