A paper I co-authored was recently published in Data & Policy. The paper, “From transparency to accountability of intelligent systems: Moving beyond aspirations”, is an output from my previous role as a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Aberdeen and
These posts relate to my time as a post-doctoral researcher including project news and activities.
As part of last week’s Explorathon 2020 activities, I ran an interactive event with my RAInS colleagues asking “Who’s to blame when AI gets it wrong?” The purpose of the event was to help people to better understand the decisions that
Last week, the RAInS team participated in Explorathon 2020 Flashmob as part of Scotland’s participation in European Researchers’ Night, a European Commission-funded initiative. The flashmob was part of the Scottish Research Showcase, run in collaboration with the Global Science Show, and reached
Last week, I co-hosted an online event as part of my Post-doctoral Fellowship at the University of Aberdeen. The event was organised in partnership with members from Industrial Centre for Artificial Intelligence Research in Digital Diagnostics (iCAIRD) and was presented as
The 2020 Information Seeking in Context conference is taking place this week and some of my work will be presented. The conference is hosted by the Department of Information Science at the University of Pretoria and will take place as a virtual
I am pleased to share with you the final report from the DISIPRAC workshop held in Edinburgh on 27 February 2020. The workshop was held at Edinburgh Napier University as part of a research project called “DISIPRAC: Workshop report for
Today marks my first day as a post-doctoral Research Fellow at the University of Aberdeen where I am working in the School of Natural and Computing Science as part of an interdisciplinary, EPSRC-funded project called RAInS (Realising Accountable Intelligent Systems).
Registrations are now open closed for a workshop related to how information workers help people to manage their digital identities. The event (27 February 2020) is part of a project called DISIPRAC: Digital identity security information practices of citizens and is
Registration now closed. Calling all PhDs and Early Career Researchers (ECRs) for a sandpit-style workshop. When is it? February 3-4 @ University of Surrey, UK Who is it for? PhD students or Early Career Researchers (ERCs) working on topics in
I have recently started work on a new research project, titled DISIPRAC: Digital identity security information practices of citizens. The project scope is to investigate the security information practices associated with digital identity, in particular, the sharing of log-in details