You will be part of the collective of highly-skilled interdisciplinary researchers associated with REPHRAIN, initially from the five lead institutions, but growing further over the lifetime of the Centre as more projects and researcher/practitioners-in-residence start.
The Centre’s researchers will jointly contribute to the REPHRAIN Map that will systematically track the global challenges of preventing and/or reducing online harms for individuals and identify the gaps in our knowledge in this arena, and to the REPHRAIN Toolbox to provide real, actionable, resources for researchers, practitioners and citizens globally. Staff associated with REPHRAIN will take part in all Centre-wide activities including project specific meetings, quarterly All-Hands meetings, masterclasses, Knowledge Exchange events and REPHRAIN showcases.
Research Associate in Privacy in AI-based Systems
King’s College London – Full-time, fixed-term (1 year)
The successful candidate will join King’s College London and work on the 1-year UKRI-funded project “PRAISE: PRivacy norms in AI-based SystEms”. The aim of this project is to create the building blocks for AI-based systems to be able to learn and reason about the privacy norms users would like AI-based systems to follow. This is crucial to increase users’ trust in AI-based. The main outcomes will be novel hybrid AI models to represent, learn and reason about privacy norms. The successful candidate will work most closely with Prof Jose Such and Dr Natalia Criado.
- PhD in Artificial Intelligence, Computer Science, Privacy or similar near completion.
- Excellent background in Artificial Intelligence
- Strong research record in the subjects above as evidenced by publications in high quality journals and conferences.
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