Bryce Goodman works at the intersection of philosophy, technology and entrepreneurship. His research at the OII is focused on the economic, legal and ethical aspects of artificial intelligence and machine learning.
Research Associate and MSc Alumnus
Bryce is an internationally recognized expert on philosophy, technology and entrepreneurship. Most recently, Bryce was a Clarendon Scholar (awarded to top 1% of admitted students) at the University of Oxford Internet Institute studying computational social science. His research on the economic, ethical and legal aspects of machine learning in predictive analytics has been reported in over a dozen publications including Wired, Bloomberg, and New Scientist.
As an entrepreneur, Bryce has received numerous honors including Harvard Business School’s Best New Venture award (2011), Forbes’ “30 under 30: Energy & Industry” (2014) and World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer (2016). He is a graduate of the University of Oxford, Deep Springs College and Singularity University.
Ethics, machine learning, artificial intelligence, computational social science, entrepreneurship.
Position held at the OII
- Research Associate, August 2016 –
- MSc Student, October 2015 – August 2016