Tomislav Bracanović (born 1973 in Split) is a scientific advisor at the Institute of Philosophy in Zagreb. His research interests lie in ethics, applied ethics, philosophy of biology and philosophy of science and technology. He published three monographs – Evolucijska teorija i priroda morala (Evolutionary Theory and the Nature of Morality, 2007), Normativna etika (Normative Ethics, 2018) and Etika umjetne inteligencije (Ethics of Artificial Intelligence, 2022) – and a number of book chapters and articles in scholarly journals such as Journal of Medicine and PhilosophyEthical PerspectivesDeveloping World Bioethics and Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy. He is the leader of the research project Artificial Intelligence, Autonomy and Justice, sponsored by the Croatian Science Foundation. He teaches the course Ethics and New Technologies at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, University of Zagreb. From 2014 to 2021, he was a member of UNESCO’s World Commission on the Ethics of Scientific Knowledge and Technology (COMEST).