Prof. Moon is an experimental roboticist specializing in ethics and responsible design of interactive robots and autonomous intelligent systems. She studies how our interaction with machines influence people's behaviours and decisions, and investigates different ways to integrate our societal values in the design and deployment of autonomous systems.
She has hands-on experiences from academia, industry, and policy. Prior to joining McGill, she served as a Senior Advisor for the UN Secretary-General’s High-level Panel on Digital Cooperation, and ran a start-up AI ethics consultancy, Generation R Consulting. She also founded the Open Roboethics Institute, a Canadian nonprofit. She currently serves on the Government of Canada Advisory Council on Artificial Intelligence among others.
Ph.D. (UBC), MASc. (UBC), BASc. (UWaterloo)
ECSE 211 (Design Principles and Methods)
Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship, UBC Four Year Fellow
Ethics foresight in the design & deployment of AI; robot nonverbal behaviours on human decision-making
I have open positions throughout the year. Please take a look at the instructions for prospective students on my website
Director of Open Roboethics Institute; Council Member, Government of Canada Advisory Council on Artificial Intelligence; Board of Advisor, Ada-AI; Executive Committee, IEEE Global Initiative for Ethics of Autonomous and Intelligent Systems; Panelist, International Panel on the Regulation of Autonomous Weapon Systems