We are a group of scholars and students based in D.C. dedicated to investigating the intersections of artificial intelligence (A.I.), philosophy, and society. One of our aims is to foster public conversation about the wide-ranging implications of intelligent technology. Through this website and our publications, we hope to convey the growing presence of A.I. in human life and its consequences for our understanding of human nature.
JOIN THE COMMUNITY
Go to our forum, where you can share links, discuss questions, and meet people who share your interests. Visit Who We Are to learn more about us and how you can get involved with HUMAC.
SEARCH OUR YELLOW PAGES
View our index of major players in recent and ongoing A.I. research. Search for a project by keyword, or read about the groups and people advancing the field. To be featured in the Yellow Pages, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
BROWSE OUR ARCHIVES
Read reports and papers by our research team. Topics include whether machines that look and act like us in every respect are rightly persons, and the pitfalls of programming autonomous vehicles to be explicitly moral.