1 November 2017 31 October 2018 firstname.lastname@example.org Atomium European Institute for Science, Media & Democracy AI4People—An Ethical Framework for a Good AI Society: Opportunities, Risks, Principles, and Recommendations AI4P: Europe’s first global forum on the social impact of AI AI4People is the first global forum [...]
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The Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, invites applications for a three-year doctoral studentship, which will lead to a DPhil (PhD) in Information, Communication and the Social Sciences at the University of Oxford, beginning in the academic year 2018-19. Introduction Applications are invited for a three-year doctoral studentship, supported by funding donated by Google. The [...]
David Landsberg recently completed a DPhil in Computer Science at the University of Oxford, and has research interests in A.I., causation, philosophy of science, philosophy of information, and data ethics
1 July 2017 31 December 2017 Google AADM: Auditing Automated Decision-making Automated decision-making systems are increasingly used to make assessments or predictions about people. Admittedly, this new trend could lead to less biased and more accurate decisions. After all, [...]
1 September 2017 1 September 2020 Dr Thomas C King Google Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) Governing artificial intelligence: ethical, legal and technical opportunities and challenges ESIAI: Ethical and Social Implications of AI This project will investigate the [...]
Dr. Thomas C. King is a postdoctoral researcher in Ethics of Artificial Intelligence.
Rebecca focus is upon the philosophical concept of self in an age of social media, asking how the Delphic Injunction to ‘Know Thyself’ is possible in our current technological age.
Joachim Wiewiura works in political philosophy and the intellectual history of public spheres.
Václav Janeček worked on the "PETRAS: Cybersecurity of the Internet of Things” project.
Josh's current research agenda centres on the implications of big data, artificial intelligence and automation on politics, business and society at large.