Catherine Stinson is Queen’s National Scholar in Philosophical Implications of Artificial Intelligence, Assistant Professor in the School of Computing and Philosophy Department. Dr. Stinson holds a PhD in History & Philosophy of Science from the University of Pittsburgh, and an MSc in Computer Science from the University of Toronto.
Dr. Stinson specializes in methodology and ethics of artificial intelligence. They have published on psychiatric classification, explanation in Artificial Neural Networks, health data privacy, and (against) eugenic tech. Current research topics include adversarial examples in deep learning, algorithmic bias, the meanings of ‘intelligence’, and the moral responsibilities of computer scientists.