The Moral Psychology of AI Conference will take place on Monday 26th June 2023 at the University of Kent. This single day workshop/conference brings together researchers from various disciplines including psychology, philosophy, and computer science to share research and provoke discussions surrounding the moral psychology of artificial intelligence.

This small conference – limited to 60 attendees – is free to attend thanks to the generous support of the ESRC and Leverhulme Trust, and will provide a space for researchers working at the intersection of moral psychology, philosophy, and computer science to come together to share their work, engage in focused discussion, create new connections across disciplines, and set up new interdisciplinary collaborations on the moral psychology of AI.

We invite scholars to indicate their interest in attending and submit work for consideration of inclusion in the program here.

This conference is organised by Dr Jim A.C. Everett in the School of Psychology at the University of Kent. For any event related queries please email, or