Michal Masny

Postdoctoral Fellow
Kavli Center for Ethics, Science, and the Public

Michal Masny is a philosopher with research interests in normative ethics, political philosophy, bioethics, and technology ethics. His doctoral work addressed the moral significance of the past, the nature of well-being, and the long-term future of humanity.

At the Kavli Center, Michal examines the impact of technology on human well-being. His current research focuses on: first, developments in geroscience that have the potential to significantly increase our lifespans and second, developments in artificial intelligence and robotics that could render humans obsolete in the arena of work.

Prior to joining the Kavli Center, Michal completed a PhD in Philosophy at Princeton University, BPhil in Philosophy at Oxford University, and BA in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at Warwick University.