Ting-An Lin is an Interdisciplinary Ethics Postdoctoral Fellow at the McCoy Family Center for Ethics in Society, with a partnership affiliation with the Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence (HAI).
Before joining Stanford, she earned her PhD in philosophy from Rutgers University, where she also received a Graduate Certificate in women's and gender studies.
Her research interests lie at the intersection of ethics, political philosophy, and feminist philosophy, with a particular focus on how new forms of technology (such as AI) shape social structures and impose constraints on different groups of people.
Doctor of Philosophy, Rutgers University (2022)
Master of Arts, Texas Tech University (2016)
Bachelor of Science, National Taiwan University (2012)
PhD, Rutgers University, Philosophy (2022)
MA, Texas Tech University, Philosophy (2016)
BS, National Taiwan University, Life Science (2012)
Leif Wenar, Postdoctoral Faculty Sponsor