The United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) officially celebrates November 18 as World Philosophy Day.
With comprehensive course offerings and faculty with expertise in a wide variety of areas, UF is an exciting place to pursue graduate studies in philosophy.
UF Philosophy’s Dr. Duncan Purves, along with his collaborator Ryan Jenkins (Cal Poly) have recently released a preliminary report in connection with their NSF-funded project, “Artificial Intelligence and Predictive Policing: An Ethical Analysis.”
The Department of Philosophy welcomes all new and returning students to the 2020-2021 Academic Year.
Assistant Professor of Philosophy Duncan Purves has received a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to study the ethics of using artificial intelligence to assist police officers in anticipating crime before it happens.
The UF Graduate School has recently approved a new graduate concentration, “Ethics of Technology,” in the Department of Philosophy. It will be available starting in Summer 2020.