Guglielmo Tamburrini

Guglielmo Tamburrini (PhD 1987, Columbia University) is Philosophy of Science and Technology Professor at Universita’ di Napoli Federico II in Italy. His research interests presently focus on ethical issues arising in human-machine interactions, in addition to philosophical and methodological issues concerning robotics, AI and the cognitive neurosciences. Coordinator of the first European project on roboethics (ETHICBOTS, 2005-2008), visiting Scholar at ZIF (Universität Bielefeld, 2009-10), member of ICRAC (International Committee for Robot Arms Control) from 2012, he was awarded in 2014 the Giulio Preti International Prize by the Regional Parliament of Tuscany for his work on ethical and social implications of ICT and robotic technologies. More info about research, teaching and publications at