Research Associate in Intercultural AI Ethics, The Alan Turing Institute, London, England. Deadline: 15 March 2020.
The Public Policy programme is looking to recruit a Research Associate in Intercultural AI Ethics for a new project, PATH-AI: Mapping an intercultural Path to Privacy, Agency, and Trust in Human-AI Ecosystems. This project is a cooperation between The Alan Turing Institute, the University of Edinburgh, and RIKEN – Japan’s largest comprehensive research institution.
The project will investigate the values of privacy, agency, and trust from a comparative and intercultural perspective, focussing on the UK and Japan, while also framing the issues surrounding AI ethics and governance in a broader global context. The research will endeavour to enrich and widen understanding of these ideas and to inform policy formation from an intercultural point of view. The project’s final phase will involve the international co-design an AI governance framework.