Assistant Professor and Director of Graduate Programs
Affiliate Scholar, Stanford Law Center for Internet and Society
Dr. Peter Asaro is a philosopher of science, technology and media. He has also developed technologies in the areas of virtual reality, data visualization and sonification, human-computer interaction, computer-supported cooperative work, artificial intelligence, machine learning, robot vision, and neuromorphic robotics at the National Center for Supercomputer Applications (NCSA), the Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology, and Iguana Robotics, Inc., and was
His work examines the interfaces between social relations, human minds and bodies, artificial intelligence and robotics, and digital media. His research has been published in international peer reviewed journals and edited volumes, and he is currently writing a book that interrogates the intersections between military robotics, interface design practices, and social and ethical issues.
He is currently working on an Oral History of Robotics project that is funded by the IEEE