Andre Uhl

Andre Uhl

Graduate Student in Film and Visual Studies
Andre Uhl

Andre is a PhD candidate at the department of Visual and Environmental Studies, with a secondary field in Science, Technology and Society. His doctoral research explores the concept of participatory design and its relevance for the ethics and governance of Artificial Intelligence. Further academic interests include system dynamics, hyperobjects, and environmental philosophy.

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Besides working towards his PhD at Harvard, Andre is also a member of Joi Ito’s research team at the MIT Media Lab, and project lead at the Council on Extended Intelligence (CXI). He is a current fellow at the MIT Dalai Lama Center for Ethics and Transformative Values, and co-chair of One Harvard for Sustainable Peace, an initiative to integrate cross-cultural spiritual and ethical formation into leadership preparation at Harvard University.
Before coming to the US, Andre received an MA in New Media from the National University of the Arts in Tokyo, Japan, and a dual BA in Visual Art and East Asia Studies from Free University in Berlin, Germany. He is alumnus of both the MEXT fellowship program of the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Science and Technology, and the German National Academic Foundation.

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andreuhl [at]