The Turing Institute is hiring a Visiting Research Fellow in Digital Ethics, who will work across the Defence research portfolio to assist in building a consensus on the definitions and parameters for the ethics of applied research in future AI technologies. The Research Fellow will be based part-time at the Turing (in the defence & security and public policy programmes) and part-time at Dstl. Applications are open here until 25 September.
13 September 2019
The Visiting Fellow will work across the Defence research portfolio to assist in building a consensus on the definitions and parameters for the ethics of applied research in future AI technologies. They will lead the development of ethical guidelines for responsible innovation practices to help ensure the smooth transition of these technologies from research into Defence’s acquisition processes. In addition, they will help Defence both to anticipate future national and international moral and ethical values in this area and to articulate value priorities in this area of the greater AI innovation ecosystem. The fellow will also support the development of Dstl’s capability in digital ethics and will have a well-established academic network to draw upon.
Duties And Responsibilities
The Visiting Fellow will work closely with the fellows based at Turing Institute as well as those at Dstl to:
The successful candidate will have:
For more information please consult the vacancy website.
Closing date for applications: 25th September 2019