Essex CRISPer Daragh Murray has won a prestigious UK Research and Innovation Future Leaders Fellowship. He has been awarded over £1 million for an initial period of four years to examine the impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) assisted decision-making in government.
Over the coming months we’ll be showcasing the work of CRISP researchers in our new feature, ‘Publication of the month’. Although 2020 wiped out research for a lot of academics, the CRISP doctoral students have continued to be very productive. This month we look at St Andrews PhD student Anuj Puri’s new paper ‘Moral Imitation: Can an algorithm really be ethical?’ published in the Rutgers Law Record.
Three CRISP doctoral students have been appointed to prestigious research projects at institutes around the world. Amy Stevens, Daniel Marciniak (both CRISP Essex) and Janis Wong (CRISP St Andrews) have been snapped up by leading institutes investigating surveillance in governance, policing and education respectively.