Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence was founded to fund cutting-edge AI research that crosses disciplines or fields.
As a result, in addition to great academics studying core disciplinary subjects, they attempt to hire and promote bright researchers working at intersections generally neglected by conventional academic departments.
Assistant Professors (Research) who will be linked with both HAI and a regular department are HAI Junior Fellows (e.g., Computer Science or Psychology).
They will contribute to HAI’s purpose through doing and publishing research, teaching undergraduate and/or graduate programs, mentoring students, and engaging in the university’s vibrant intellectual life.
Becoming an HAI Fellow will give an exceptional springboard for a young researcher’s career, with considerable research assistance, student access, and a light teaching burden.
Benefits of Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence
- Fellows will be paid well and get a large research/start-up package.
- Applicants from all fields of artificial intelligence research are encouraged to apply, including theoretical foundations, systems, software, applications, and societal effect.
- They are also interested in candidates who are combining artificial intelligence research with other fields, such as the humanities, business, education, law, medicine, and the physical and social sciences.
- By the start date of the post, applicants must have obtained a PhD degree, showed the capacity to undertake a research program, and demonstrated a strong commitment to teaching. A selected applicant will be asked to teach one graduate and/or undergraduate course each year.
Application for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence
The application materials below must be submitted:
- Cover Letter
- Curriculum Vitae
- Research Statement
- Teaching Statement
- Publication List
- Three Reference Letters