Soraj Hongladarom is Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Center for Ethics of Science and Technology at Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, Thailand. He has published books and articles on such diverse issues as bioethics, computer ethics, and the roles that science and technology play in the culture of developing countries.
His concern is mainly on Buddhist aspects of technology ethics, as well as how science and technology can be integrated into the life-world of the people in the so-called Third World countries, and what kind of ethical considerations can be obtained from such relation. A large part of this question concerns how information technology is integrated in the life-world of the Thaipeople, and especially how such integration is expressed in the use of information technology in education. He is the author of The Ethics of AI and Robotics: A Buddhist Viewpoint (Rowman & Littlefield, forthcoming), The Online Self (Springer), and A Buddhist Theory of Privacy (Springer). His research articles have appeared in The Information Society, AI & Society, Philosophy in the Contemporary World, and Social Epistemology, among others.