About me

My name is Michał (mee-how) Klincewicz (clean-tse-veech) and I am an assistant professor in Tilburg University in the Department of Cognitive Science and Artificial Intelligence.

I am also an assistant professor (part-time) in Jagiellonian University in the Department of Cognitive Science, in the Institute of philosophy.

I was a post-doctoral researcher at the Berlin School of Mind and Brain.

I received my Ph.D. in philosophy in 2013 at City University of New York, Graduate Center, with David Rosenthal as the supervisor. My dissertation is here.

CV is here.

Publications are on my PhilPapers page.

My research focuses on the temporal dimension of cognition, including conscious experience, personal change over time, perception, and dreams. I also care a great deal about ethically problematic consequences of emerging technologies, such as autonomous weapon systems and moral enhancement.

I am currently realizing two related research projects: (1) "Modelling Expert Decisions in Complex Environments" as a part of MindLabs and in cooperation with the Port of Rotterdam and (2) "Moral Improvement with Artificial Intelligence," which is a series of articles on the ethical and moral dimensions of new computing technologies. I say a few things about how these projects intersect in this short conversation with The Decision Lab.

I recently finished a 5-year research project: "Multimodal aspects of time perception" funded by Polish Science Center (NCN) with a SONATA 9 grant in Jagiellonian University. Information about my team in Kraków and some of what we did is here.