Last chance to apply! Funded PhD in Safe & Trusted AI

12 fully-funded studentships in safe and trusted AI available, to commence
in October 2022. Final application deadline 15 June 2022.

Apply Now <>!

Find out more: register for an online information session on Mon 23 May

About Us

The UKRI Centre for Doctoral Training in Safe and Trusted Artificial
Intelligence <> brings together world leading
experts from King’s College London and Imperial College London to train a
new generation of researchers.

An AI system is considered to be safe when we can provide some assurance
about the correctness of its behaviour, and trustworthy if we have
well-placed confidence in its decision making.

What we offer

We offer a unique four-year PhD programme, focussed on the use of symbolic
AI techniques for safe and trusted AI, providing an explicit language for
representing, analysing and reasoning about systems and their behaviours.
Explicit models can be verified and solutions based on them can be
guaranteed as safe and correct; and they can provide human-understandable
explanations and support user collaboration and interaction.

You will engage in various training activities alongside your individual
PhD project, both in state-of-the-art AI techniques and in ethical,
societal, and legal implications of AI in research and industrial
settings.  You will graduate as a specialist in safe and trusted AI, able
to consider the implications of AI systems, to recognise this as a key part
of the AI development process and equipped to meet the needs of industry,
academia, and the public sector.


We will fund approximately 12 students to join in October 2022.
Studentships are 4-year awards, including tuition fees, a tax-free stipend
set at the UKRI rate plus London-weighting, and a generous allowance for
consumables and travel.

How to Apply

The final application deadline this year is 15 June 2022. Find out
everything you need to apply on our website: Apply Now

Meet us

for an Online Information Session Mon 23 May 2022, 14:00 GMT

Committed to providing an inclusive environment in which diverse students
can thrive, we particularly encourage applications from women, disabled and
Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) candidates, who are currently
under-represented in the sector.

Received on Friday, 6 May 2022 14:44:01 UTC