Francesco Perrone

Room 409 Sir Alwyn Williams Building
University of Glasgow
G12 8RZ Glasgow
United Kingdom

Research title

Experimental Methods for Moral Behaviour Analysis in Human-Robot Interaction

Research summary

My research focuses on those human-robot interactions which trigger the necessity of some level of moral capabilities on robot-side. My aim is to investigate, develop, and test theories and applications, to imbue robots with such capabilities, facilitating scalable and robust autonomous moral decision making in artificial agents.

Research interests:

  • Machine Ethics
  • Computational Morality
  • Human-Robot interaction
  • Probabilities and epistemic justification

Teaching

Lectures

  • 2015, University of Glasgow, Logic Moral Programing, Guest Lecturer
  • 2014, University of Glasgow, Argumentation Framework for Multidimentional Moral Thinking, Guest Lecturer

Tutoring

School of Computing Science

  • Computing Science 1CT 
  • Computing Science 1P/1PX
  • Computing Science 1Q - IM and HCI 
  • Computing Science 1Q/1S
  • Computer Systems 2
  • Computing Fundamentals 2
  • Web Application Development 2
  • Networked Systems (H)

School of Humanities

  • Digital Media and Information Science (Level 1 and 2)

IT Service, University of Glasgow

  • IT for statistical thinking

Seminars and Workshops

  • 2014, Research Seminar, The Morals in Machines, HATII Research Seminars Series

Additional information

I also have personal interests on the topics below:

  • Modal Logics
  • Possible Worlds Semantic
  • Action Logic
  • Quantum Logic
  • Alternating-time Temporal Logic (ATL)
  • Normative ATL
  • Epistemology
  • Ontology
  • Philosophy of Mind
  • Philosophy of Religion