I’m currently writing articles on some of the different ways artificially intelligent agents may be said to believe and imagine (such that they may be held partially responsible for their actions), non-epistemic values in AI-assisted research, hypothetical reasoning in chemistry, the metaepistemology of “tools of the imagination” (e.g., thought experiments, models, computer simulations), practical understanding, and counterpossibles in biology.

I’m also organizing some events on science policy this fall with Advise: Forum for Advancing Science and Education through Philosophy, as well as serving as Coordinator of the International Steering Committee for the Paul K. Feyerabend Foundation Worldwide Centennial Celebration. I’m also extremely excited to be starting as a course developer with the Philosophy in Prisons project.