I am a researcher at the Institute for Futures Studies. In 2018 I defended my thesis at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH). My dissertation concerned ethical and epistemical challenges in the information society. My research is primarily about information, information security, privacy, anonymity, and AI-technology. But I have also written about questions concerning metaphysics and the concept of social housing.
Currently, I am leading a project on self-driving cars, funded by Trafikverket (the Swedish Transport Administration). The project is part of the Institute’s theme: New technologies and the future of humanity.
Three recently published or forthcoming works:
Lundgren, B. & Möller, N. 2017. Defining Information Security. Sci Eng Ethics doi.org/10.1007/s11948-017-9992-1
Lundgren, B. 2017. Does semantic information need to be truthful? Synthese doi.org/10.1007/s11229-017-1587-5
Lundgren, B. Forthcoming. The Concept of Anonymity: What is really at Stake? In K. Macnish and J. Galliot (eds.) Big Data and the Democratic Process