April 2018:“Reasoning with constraints and enablers in science. The case of principles in physics”, Philosophy of Science in Appalachia workshop, University of Kentucky, Lexington.
December 2017:“Multi-objective artificial moral agents”, CCEA meetings, University of Bucharest, Romania.
December 2017:“Varieties of scientific realism: the roles of principles, laws, and computation”, Lunchtime seminar, University of Bucharest, Romania.
October 2017:“Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, and Humanity: Misalignments and Realignments”, Pint with a Prof, Habitat Taverns and Commons.
November 2016:“Panelist on a discussion about the Ex Machina movie”, HTA 2016, Salve Regina University, RI.
June 2015:“The “action-based, principle-centric” Autonomous Moral Agent, and its
alternatives: projects in Machine Ethics (symposium organizer,
panelist, and co-presenter with Don Howard, U. of Notre Dame)”, IACAP-CEPE 2015, U. of Delaware.