SIENNA AI & Robotics team

This work is led by the University of Twente. Collaborators include Trilateral Research, Uppsala University, Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights, European Network of Research Ethics Committees (EUREC), University of Granada, Ionian University, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Dalian University of Technology, Sciences Po, and University of Cape Town.

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Philip Brey, University of Twente (coordinator)

Philip Brey, University of Twente (coordinator)

Philip Brey is full professor of philosophy and ethics of technology within the department of philosophy at the University of Twente, and its former chair. He is also scientific director of 4TU.Ethics, a research centre that comprises 60 researchers from four universities. He has published extensively in the areas of ethics of science and technology, social and political philosophy, and responsible research and innovation. Philip Brey currently leads the FP7 SATORI project that aims to develop a European framework for the ethical assessment of research and technological innovation. Philip Brey has an extensive publications record on human-machine interaction technologies and has also published on human enhancement and genetics. He leads the management work stream and SIENNA's work on AI & Robotics.

Contact: p.a.e.brey[at]