Jacy Reese Anthis is a joint doctoral student in the Department of Sociology and the Econometrics & Statistics group at the Booth School of Business at the University of Chicago. His acclaimed 2018 book, The End of Animal Farming, analyzes the emergence of food technologies such as cell-cultured meat, and his current projects focus on the development, adoption, and effects of artificial intelligence. Anthis' research has been featured in The Guardian, Forbes, Vox, and other global media outlets, and he has presented at conferences and seminars in over 20 countries.
Recent Research / Recent Publications
Anthis, Jacy Reese and Victor Veitch. In-Press. "Causal Context Connects Counterfactual Fairness to Group Fairness and Robust Prediction.” NeurIPS 2023.
Ladak, Ali, Matti Wilks, and Jacy Reese Anthis. 2023. “Extending Perspective Taking to Nonhuman Animals and Artificial Entities.” Social Cognition. https://doi.org/10.1521/soco.2023.41.3.274.
Pauketat, Janet VT and Jacy Reese Anthis. 2022. “Predicting the Moral Consideration of Artificial Intelligences.” Computers in Human Behavior. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chb.2022.107372.
Harris, Jamie and Jacy Reese Anthis. 2021. “The Moral Inclusion of Artificial Entities: A Literature Review.” Science and Engineering Ethics. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11948-021-00331-8.