Rafael Hernández de Santiago

Rafael Hernández de Santiago, viscount of Espes, is a Spanish national residing in Saudi Arabia and working at the Gulf Research Center. He holds a doctorate in ethics and artificial intelligence, a master’s degree in international relations, and a certificate from the leadership program for public management at IESE. He has wide professional experience in general and institutional management, business development, international management, strategic management, and international relations, both in the private and public sectors.

Latest published

AI’s gender bias reflects society’s systemic inequalities

In the sprawling city of Techville, there is a new player on the scene — and it is not your typical Silicon Valley startup or cutting-edge gadget. 

June 06, 2024

Navigating the ethical landscape of neural implants and biotechnology

In the bustling metropolis of Techville, where Silicon Valley meets the cityscape, the latest buzz is not about the newest iPhone or the most advanced electric car. No, dear citizens, it is about something far more intricate and potentially invasive: The ethics of artificial intelligence.

May 30, 2024

Navigating the ethical landscape of AI in the classroom

In the sprawling metropolis of Techville, a peculiar dance between man and machine unfolds on a daily basis. At the heart of this intricate waltz lies the enigmatic realm of artificial intelligence, where lines blur between what is programmed and what is ethical.

May 23, 2024

Navigating the ethical landscape of AI on the road

In the vibrant city of Techville, a new debate has taken center stage: The ethics of artificial intelligence, particularly in the realm of driverless cars.

May 09, 2024

Navigating the ethical landscape of AI in healthcare

In the ever-evolving landscape of technology, artificial intelligence stands as both hero and villain. Its promise of efficiency and accuracy is marred by the lurking specter of bias, especially in the delicate realm of healthcare.

April 26, 2024