Andrew Ware, from Manasquan, New Jersey, will graduate from the University of New Hampshire (UNH) in December 2018, with a bachelor of arts in philosophy and a bachelor of science in economics. He is also in the University Honors Program. Ware completed his research on artificial intelligence with a Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) Abroad grant. “I am fascinated by the cultural changes associated with technology,” Ware says. He was offered a glimpse into the world of academia at Cambridge and in the United Kingdom, where work is being done to ensure that technology is developed thoughtfully. He realized that it is important to consider feedback from as many people as possible. “Everyone brings a unique perspective to the research,” he says. Ware heard about Inquiry from his advisors at UNH. He decided to submit to the journal to invite a broader audience to view his research. This way, other students could gain insight into the research process. Ware plans to attend law school and to continue to explore the connection between philosophy, economics, and technology as he pursues a career in technology policy and regulation.