The U.K. Information Commissioner’s Office has named University of Oxford Computer Science Researcher Reuben Binns its first postdoctoral research fellow in artificial intelligence. Over the next two years, Binns will work to develop a framework designed to audit algorithms, as well as research machine learning and AI activities. Binns has served as an adviser of personal data and algorithmic decision-making for the European Commission and the public and private sectors. “We are delighted that Reuben is joining us. Artificial intelligence is an exciting area that has great potential,” said ICO Executive Director of Technology, Policy and Innovation Simon McDougall, CIPP/E, CIPM, CIPT. “The ICO is committed to remaining engaged with emerging technologies, and Reuben’s work will deepen our understanding of this complex area.”
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