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Postdoctoral Position at Carnegie Mellon & Duke
Location:Â Either Pittsburgh, PA or Durham, NC
Call for a Moral-AI Postdoctoral Position at CMU and Duke
ProfessorsÂ Hoda Heidari Â andÂ Vincent Conitzer Â at CMU,Â and ProfessorsÂ Jana Schaich Borg Â andÂ Walter Sinnott-Armstrong Â at Duke.
We have an opening for a joint two-year postdoctoral position at the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University and the Social Science Research Institute and Kenan Institute for Ethics at Duke University (with the possibility of renewal for a third year). The postdoc can be employed through any of these departments. The candidate is expected to live in either Pittsburgh or Durham depending on the home department but will be expected to travel occasionally to the other location.Â
The focus of the position is on conducting impactful research on moral articial intelligence. The postdoc will have the opportunity to engage with our partners at Stanford, Guelph, and Oxford, and address such problems as:
Applicants should hold a Ph.D. in computer science, statistics, mathematics, or related technical elds and have expertise in Machine Learning and AI / statistics / data science. Additional background in philosophy, (AI or other) ethics, HCI, and/or social science is preferred, but not required. Interested applicants should contact the hosts via email, including a CV and statement of research interests, and the name of three referees that can provide letters of recommendation. We are strongly committed to a diverse academic environment and place high priority on attracting underrepresented candidates.
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