Personhood to artificial agents: Some ramifications

Ramesh Subramanian

Ramesh Subramanian (B.Sc. in Applied Sciences, 1980, Madras University, India; P.G. Honors Dip. in Management, 1984, XLRI, India; M.B.A., 1990 and Ph.D., 1992, Rutgers University) is the Gabriel Ferrucci Professor of Computer Information Systems at the School of Business, Quinnipiac University, and Visiting Fellow at the Yale Law School’s “Information Society Project.” In 2008-2009, Dr. Subramanian was awarded a Fulbright Senior Researcher grant to study the effects and consequences of Internet spread in rural India. Ramesh's current research interests include Information Systems Security, History of Technology, ICT4D, Technology and Public Policy (including privacy, access to knowledge and network neutrality). He is especially interested in the intersection of security, privacy and politics, and has published several peer-reviewed articles and papers in these areas. Published books include “Access to Knowledge in India: New Research on Intellectual Property, Innovation and Development,” (Dec 2011), Bloomsbury Academic Publishing, London, UK; “The Global Flow of Information: Legal, Social and Cultural Perspectives,” (August 2011), New York University Press, NY; “Computer Security, Privacy and Politics: Current Issues, Challenges and Solutions,” (March 2008), IGI-Global Publishing, Hershey, PA, U.S.A.; and “Peer-to-Peer Computing: The Evolution of a Disruptive Technology,” (2005), Idea Group Publishing: Hershey, PA, U.S.A.

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