Postdoctoral Fellow, Centre for Ethics, University of Toronto
I'm a post-doctoral fellow at the Ethics of AI Lab, at the University of Toronto's Centre for Ethics. I currently focus on two lines of research: identifying how AI shifts power and dealing with questions that regard 'Trustworthy AI' and technology governance, policy-making, and ethics-washing; and the ongoing development of central bank digital currencies (CBDCs). I ask how different technical choices and monetary functions can result in various social consequences and raise ethical concerns.
My formal background is in Analytic Philosophy and in Information Studies. I submitted my thesis, about Trust in Technologies, to the Graduate Program in Science, Technology and Society at Bar-Ilan University.
I have more information on my website https://www.orifreiman.info.
Please feel free to reach out.
In recent years, we have witnessed a growing interest in the idea of central bank digital currencies. Similar to cash, central bank digital currencies are a form of money issued by central banks. In each country, a...
When compared to the current approach of extracting methane gas from organic waste resources and then reforming it into hydrogen, the technology SK ecoplant is developing can cut the time needed for the manufacture of hydrogen by more than 20 times.