Andre Uhl

Ethics and Governance of Artificial Intelligence, Director's Office
  • Ethics and Governance of AI, External Collaborator

Andre is a research member at the Harvard-MIT Ethics and Governance of AI Initiative and Project Lead at the Council on Extended Intelligence (CXI), a collaboration of the MIT Media Lab and the IEEE Standards Association to proliferate the ideals of participatory design for the ethics and global governance of autonomous and intelligent systems.

He is also a PhD Candidate at Harvard University’s department of Visual and Environmental Studies with a concentration in Science, Technology and Society at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.  His doctoral project explores principles of systems ecology to develop a post-humanist framework for the ethics and governance of AI at the threshold of the Anthropocene. 

Andre is a Fellow at the MIT Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values, member of the Religions and the Practice of Peace leadership network at Harvard Divinity School, and former co-chair of the Sustainable Peace Working Group, an initiative to integrate cross-cultural and spiritual formation into leadership preparation at Harvard University. 

He received an MA in New Media from the Natio… View full description

Andre is a research member at the Harvard-MIT Ethics and Governance of AI Initiative and Project Lead at the Council on Extended Intelligence (CXI), a collaboration of the MIT Media Lab and the IEEE Standards Association to proliferate the ideals of participatory design for the ethics and global governance of autonomous and intelligent systems.

He is also a PhD Candidate at Harvard University’s department of Visual and Environmental Studies with a concentration in Science, Technology and Society at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.  His doctoral project explores principles of systems ecology to develop a post-humanist framework for the ethics and governance of AI at the threshold of the Anthropocene. 

Andre is a Fellow at the MIT Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values, member of the Religions and the Practice of Peace leadership network at Harvard Divinity School, and former co-chair of the Sustainable Peace Working Group, an initiative to integrate cross-cultural and spiritual formation into leadership preparation at Harvard University. 

He received an MA in New Media from the National University of the Arts in Tokyo, Japan, and a dual BA in Visual Art and East Asia Studies from Free University in Berlin, Germany. He is an  alumnus of both the MEXT Fellowship Program of the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Science and Technology, and the German National Academic Foundation.