Research

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Here are my published papers:

‘AI for all’ is a matter of social justice (2022, AI & Ethics)

Phenomenology: What’s AI got to do with it? (2022, Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences)

– co-authored with Alison Springle

Perceptual Science and the Nature of Perception (2022, Theoria)

Reconsidering Perceptual Constancy (2022, Philosophical Psychology) – co-authored with Tony Chemero

The Problem of perceptual invariance (2021, Synthese)

Olympians and Vampires – Talent, practice, and why most of us ‘don’t get it’ (2020, Argumenta)

Enactivism and the ‘problem’ of Perceptual Presence (2020, Synthese)

Naturalizing Qualia (2017, Phenomenology and Mind)

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These other articles are currently forthcoming or under review (drafts available upon request):

  • Deep Learning, Adversarial images, and Phenomenology (with Alison Springle)
  • The ‘relational constructs’ of gloss and timbre (with Mazviita Chirimuuta)
  • A Contemporary defense of some old ideas about perception (with Alison Springle)

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A few ongoing interdisciplinary projects I am involved in (email me if you’d like to know more!):

  • Machine Learning, Reasons, and Trust (with Uri Maoz & Erik Linstead)
  • Initiating Movement Unconsciously (with Tomáš Dominik, Liad Mudrik, Aaron Schurger, and Uri Maoz)
  • “Tip of the Mind”: looking for a perceptual analog of the “tip of the tongue” state (with Aaron Schurger and Janet Metcalfe)
  • Minds, Brains, and Inferences – or ‘How neuroscience tried to conquer philosophy and failed’ (with Liad Mudrik)
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