Marcus Schultz-Bergin

Lecturer - Cleveland State University

Marcus Schultz-Bergin

Lecturer - Cleveland State University

Biography

Marcus Schultz-Bergin is an Assistant College Lecturer at Cleveland State University and ethicist for the Human Fusions Initiative. His primary research is in political philosophy, technology ethics, and animal ethics and much of his work focuses on the intersection of these fields. Previously he has worked on social and ethical issues with animal genetic engineering and now he is focused on political and ethical questions related to autonomous vehicles, brain-machine interfaces, and smart home technologies.

All sessions by Marcus Schultz-Bergin

Session: “IN DEFENSE OF KILLING PEDESTRIANS: AUTONOMOUS VEHICLE ADOPTION & INEVITABLE COLLISIONS”

01 Nov 2019
9:20 - 10:50
CARSON CENTER FOR EMERGING MEDIA ARTS,
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA-LINCOLN
1300 Q Street, Lincoln, NE 68588