Danielson came to UBC in 1990 as one of two founding faculty of the W. Maurice Young Centre for Applied Ethics.

Danielson’s research program of Artificial Morality combines computational (agent-based, evolutionary) modelling of more or less ethical agents with constructing computational spaces to support democratic decision making in ethics.

He leads the NReasons research group, which constructs new ways to enhance ethical deliberation, virtually and on-line, focussing on the ethics of robots.

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