Andreas Tsamados is an MSc student at the Oxford Internet Institute, supervised by Dr. Mariarosaria Taddeo. He is also a research assistant to Professor Luciano Floridi, working on artificial intelligence for social good and on the ethics of algorithms.
Andreas’ main research focuses on the ethical and political impacts of data and AI on society. He is writing his master’s thesis on the use of transformer-based language models to subvert public trust in democratic institutions. Prior to joining the University of Oxford, Andreas studied in the department of War Studies at King’s College London where he wrote his honours thesis on the People’s Liberation Army Strategic Support Force & Xi Jinping’s national cybersecurity strategy.
Wealth inequality, climate emergency, AI, information security, activism, private intelligence agencies.