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.
Lundgren, B. 2021. Why the immorality of consuming alcohol during pregnancy cannot tell us that abortion is immoral: A reply to Hendricks. Bioethics.
Lundgren, B. 2021. Confusion and the Role of Intuitions in the Debate on the Conception of the Right to Privacy. Res Publica.
Lundgren, B. 2020. A Dilemma for Privacy as Control. Journal of Ethics.