Visiting Professor at Howard University
University of South Carolina
Ph.D., Philosophy / 2022
University of Edinburgh
MSc, Psychology of Language / 2014
Columbia International University
BS, Psychology / 2013
Visiting Professor / 2022 — Present
Detecting Fake News: Two Problems for Content Moderation
Philosophy & Technology / Feb 11, 2021
Stewart, E. (2021). Detecting Fake News: Two Problems for Content Moderation. Philosophy & Technology, 34(4), 923–940. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13347-021-00442-x
Negotiating domains of trust
Philosophical Psychology / Nov 13, 2022
Stewart, E. (2022). Negotiating domains of trust. Philosophical Psychology, 1–25. https://doi.org/10.1080/09515089.2022.2144190
How can you trust Artificial Intelligence Systems? Objective, Subjective and Intersubjective parameters of Trust
Artificial societies / Jan 01, 2022
Alekseev, A. (2022). How can you trust Artificial Intelligence Systems? Objective, Subjective and Intersubjective parameters of Trust. Artificial Societies, 17(2), 0. https://doi.org/10.18254/s207751800020550-4
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