A global group of doctoral researchers
PhD student in AI Ethics
We are a community of over 400 doctoral and postdoctoral researchers dedicated to helping the world ethically adopt emerging technologies. AI will intersect with almost everything we do, we need researchers from many disciplines to work together to get this right!
Our members hail from nearly 50 countries representing numerous higher education institutes, and a diversity of disciplines. Each member has their own unique approach to the ethics of AI. Collectively, we represent a wide range of knowledge and skills around the topic of AI ethics. Our group brings PhD candidates, recent doctoral graduates, and early career researchers together to share ideas and encourage each other along the journey.
A global network
Are located all over the world representing nearly 50 countries. Geographic regions of our members include Africa, Australia-Pacific, Asia and Southeast Asia, India, Europe, Middle East, South America, and North America. Members come from Law, Computer Science, Philosophy, Sociology, Mathematics, Engineering, Medicine & Health, Economics, and Linguistics.
News & Events
One of our core functions is events around AI Ethics.
A conversation with Ladislas de Toldi
November 17th of 2022 at 09.00am Eastern Time – 07.00pm Sydney Time.
Language models reading group
On Aug 23 9am PT,
A Conversation with Alex Hanna
17th August 2022 at 10.00am Pacific Time, 17.00pm GMT, 19,00pm CEST
Group updates & social mixer.
26th July 18.00pm AEST (Sydney)
Annual Research Vignettes – 2022
Two sessions over two days
International Philosophy Day celebration
Colloquium with Luciano Floridi
Thinking Together Salons
A members only forum where our international cohort of scholars present their work in progress and learn from each other.
August 2022 Reading group
AUGUST (Exact date TBC) Reading
2022 Board Members’ Election
7th September 2022, 18,00pm AEST
Annual Research Vignettes – 2021
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Jan 2022 Reading Group
The specialized group of AI
Feb 2022 Reading group
Reading group ‘The Alignment Problem: