Dr Tyler John
EMERGING TECHNOLOGY GOVERNANCE PROGRAMME OFFICER
Tyler leads Longview Philanthropy’s grantmaking to support the effective governance of emerging technologies, especially artificial intelligence. Prior to joining Longview, he completed a PhD dissertation in political philosophy and institutional design at Rutgers University—New Brunswick (#2 ranked faculty globally), where he was admitted with a Presidential Fellowship, awarded annually to the 10 most highly qualified applicants to PhD programmes in the entire university. While at Rutgers, Tyler contributed to leading academic publications such as Economics and Philosophy, the Oxford Handbook of Consequentialism, and Ethics. Tyler is a research affiliate at the Legal Priorities Project and has held fellowships with the Forethought Foundation for Global Priorities Research and the National Institutes of Health. He has presented on philanthropy and advocacy strategy at Brown, Columbia, Harvard, Oxford, and all over the world.