Alessandra Buccella

Alessandra Buccella

Assistant Professor
Department of Philosophy

PhD, University of Pittsburgh

Alessandra Buccella

Alessandra Buccella's research interests lie at the intersection of philosophy of mind, cognitive neuroscience, and artificial intelligence. Her most recent work focuses on AI explainability/interpretability and the role AI can play in the pursuit of social justice. More details about her research are available at her website



What kind of Explainable AI do users need? (with Emma Chen, Erik Linstead, and Uri Maoz). Preprint. 2023.

Shine of Bronze and Sound of Brass: The Relational Perceptual Constructs of Timbre and Gloss (with Mazviita Chirimuuta). In Mroczko-Wąsowicz & Grush (eds.), Sensory Individuals: Contemporary Perspectives on Modality-specific and Multimodal Perceptual Objects. Oxford University Press, 2023.

AI for all is a matter of social justice. AI & Ethics. 2022.

Perceptual Science and the Nature of PerceptionTHEORIA. 2022.

The Problem of Perceptual Invariance. Synthese. 2021.