Imperial College London

Cosmin Badea

Central FacultyCentre for Languages, Culture and Communication

Part Time Lecturer in Philosophy
 
 
 
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Contact

 

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Location

 

306Huxley BuildingSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Overview

My research is generally directed in three directions:

  • making good decisions (automated reasoning, multiple-criteria decision-making, preference and priorities, and rule-based/symbolic AI)
  • foundational issues (philosophical issues around possible failure modes of AI, ethics, meaning, and philosophy of language and of the mind) and
  • the theory behind practical applications (building ethical ML for healthcare, ethical frameworks for automated medical decision-making).

Selected Papers

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2022 Bolton, W.J., Badea, C., Georgiou, P., Holmes, A. and Rawson, T.M. Developing Moral AI to Support Antimicrobial Decision-Making. Nature Machine Intelligence (journal). 


2022 Badea, C. Have a break from making decisions, have a MARS:The multi-valued action reasoning system. AI-2022 (conference).


2022 Badea, C., and Artus, G. Morality, Machines, and the Interpretation Problem: A Value-Based, Wittgensteinian Approach to Building Moral Agents. AI-2022 (conference) & Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence (book, proceedings).


2022 Post, B., Badea, C. and Brett, S. Breaking Bad News in the Era of Artificial Intelligence and Algorithmic Medicine. AI and Ethics (journal).


2021 Hindocha, S., and Badea, C. Moral exemplars for the virtuous machine: the clinician’s role in ethical artificial intelligence for healthcare. AI and Ethics (journal).


2021 Badea, C., and Gilpin, L.H. Establishing Meta-Decision-Making for AI: An Ontology of Relevance, Representation and Reasoning. AAAI 2021 Fall Symposium (conference).


2017 Badea, C., and Kuhn, L. The Multi-valued Action Reasoning System (MARS) - A value-based decision-making framework for practical reasoning in Machine Ethics. (unpublished)