Carissa Véliz is a professor at the Institute for Ethics in Artificial Intelligence and a fellow of Hertford College at the University of Oxford. She is the recipient of the prestigious Herbert A. Simon 2021 award for outstanding research in computer science and philosophy. His academic work has been published by Nature, Harvard Business Review, and AI & Society, among others. She has published for the Guardian, Wired, and El País. She is the author of the acclaimed book "Privacy is Power: Data, Surveillance and Freedom in the Digital Age" (Debate) and editor of the Oxford Handbook of Digital Ethics.

He advises policy makers around the world on privacy and the ethics of artificial intelligence. In Spain, he has been a member of the expert group that advised the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation on the Charter of Digital Rights; he also advised the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the country's Digital Strategy.

Featured programmes and seminars

  • Harvard Course in Law and Economics

    Start date: 02/10/2023

    The aim of this programme is to provide an up-to-date overview of some of the relevant issues in the field of economic analysis of law.

  • Online course Competition in markets

    Start date: Open

    Introduction to the essential elements shaping competition policy and discussion of the principles and instruments of competition policy.

  • Online course Liberalism, a philosophy in danger

    Start date: Open

    Why are so many obstacles confronting liberalism, so implacable the enemies it has to contend with, and so soft the allies it can hardly count on?

  • Ethics of Artificial Intelligence. Carissa Veliz

    Start date: Coming soon

    This course will help us understand the "digital reality" we live in. A practical and constructive approach, offering possible solutions to the ethical challenges generated by AI.