Samir Chopra

Samir Chopra is Professor of Philosophy at Brooklyn College and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. His academic interests include pragmatism, Nietzsche, the philosophical foundations of artificial intelligence, philosophy of law, the legal theory of artificial agents, and the politics and ethics of technology. Samir blogs at samirchopra.com and at The Cordon at ESPNcricinfo, and is on Twitter @eyeonthepitch.


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