Candidates are required to have a PhD in artificial intelligence, information sciences, data science, computer science, science and technology studies or comparable. Candidates who are due to submit their dissertation before May 2023 are also welcome to apply. Further qualifications for candidates include:
- Proven expertise in responsible AI, for example through publications in FaCCT, AIES, or relevant papers in other conferences.
- Motivation to work in the media domain and to disseminate results to our community of media professionals.
- Ability to collaborate with an interdisciplinary team including researchers in Communication Science and Law.
- Excellent knowledge of the English language. Knowledge of (or willingness to quickly learn) Dutch is not required but will be considered an asset.
The description of this project has been left intentionally broad. We welcome candidates with a diverse range of academic backgrounds to apply and are open to adjusting the specifics of the project to the expertise and interests of the selected candidate.Diversity code
CWI encourages a diverse workforce: we endeavour to develop talent and creativity by bringing people from different backgrounds and cultures together. We recruit and select based on capabilities and talent. We strongly encourage everyone with the appropriate qualifications to apply for the vacancy, regardless of age, gender, origin, sexual orientation or physical abilities.