Reader in International Law and Ethics, Birmingham City University
Dr Ozlem Ulgen is Reader in International Law and Ethics at Birmingham City University, UK. She specialises in moral and legal philosophy, weapons law, international humanitarian law, and public international law. She has written on cosmopolitan ethics in warfare, Kantian ethics and human dignity in the age of artificial intelligence and robotics, and the law and ethics of autonomous weapons. She has a forthcoming publication with Routledge, The Law and Ethics of Autonomous Weapons: A Cosmopolitan Perspective. She is involved in drafting legal and ethical rules governing lethal autonomous weapons at the UN Group of Governmental Experts on Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems (UN GGE). She is an expert in the P7000 and P7007 Working Groups for international standard-setting for the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).