We are seeking a highly-motivated researcher to work as part of the Assuring Autonomy International Programme (AAIP) (https://www.york.ac.uk/assuring-autonomy/). The AAIP is an exciting £12 million initiative funded by Lloyd’s Register Foundation and the University of York to spearhead research in the safety of robotics and autonomous systems (RAS).
The role is concerned with research, as part of the AI Clinician project, into the safety assurance of an AI-based Decision Support System (DSS) for sepsis treatment in the intensive care unit. This encompasses many challenging areas of research including machine learning safety, hazard and risk analysis of complex health interventions and safety cases.
In this role you will engage with clinical and industrial partners particularly colleagues at Imperial College London (https://www.imperial.ac.uk/artificial-intelligence/research/healthcare/ai-clinician/).You will be part of a vibrant and growing team, and will collaborate with the other research staff in the programme, our experienced programme fellows, and our partner organisations to conduct research. In addition, you will be expected to:
Interview date: 10 September 2020
For informal enquiries: please contact Dr Ibrahim Habli (Ibrahim.email@example.com)
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