Müller is known for his research on theory and ethics of disruptive technologies, particularly artificial intelligence. He has published >40 academic papers as well as 16 edited volumes on the philosophy of AI and cognitive science, philosophy of computing, philosophy of language, applied ethics, etc. (citations: h-15). He has organised ca. 25 conferences or workshops and presents invited papers around the world. Müller edits the “Oxford handbook of the philosophy of artificial intelligence”, organizes a conference series on the Theory and Philosophy of AI and is principal investigator of a EU-funded project on “Inclusive Robotics for a Better Society” (INBOTS) and on the large platform project AI4EU. He is a senior participant on the NL ‘Gravitation’ grant on the “Ethics of Disruptive Technologies” (17.9M€). He has generated ca. 3.9 mil.€ research income for his institutions.
AI4EU, H2020 ICT-26-2018 (2019-2021), 20M€ (141K€ at ULeeds) – Co-I
INBOTS, H2020 ICT-28-2017-1 (2018-2020), 3M€ (112K€ at ULeeds) – PI
DiDIY, H2020 ICT-31-644344 (2014-2017), 2M€ (230K€ at AC) – PI
EUCogIII, FP7 INFSO-ICT-269981 (2012-2014), 2M€ (1.64M€ at AC) – Coordinator