Linda Eggert will receive her PhD in Political Theory from the University of Oxford in 2020. Her work bridges moral, political, and legal philosophy, and focuses on the ethics of war, global rectificatory justice, and non-consequentialist ethics. Broadly, her research seeks to bring ethical analysis to bear on issues of public concern. Her current project examines how to fairly distribute risks of harm in armed humanitarian interventions. Linda is also interested in the ethical implications of artificial intelligence. As a Technology and Human Rights Fellow with Harvard’s Carr Center for Human Rights Policy, she has begun research on the ethics of autonomous systems and their implications for the protection of human rights. During her time at the Safra Center, Eggert hopes to advance work on related projects in interdisciplinary ethics, which aim to illuminate issues that arise when we broaden the scope of justice beyond its typical confines. Eggert is a joint fellow with the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy.