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Tomasz Hollanek

Student Fellow

Biography

Tomasz is a design and technology ethics researcher with a background in cultural studies, philosophy, UX design, and communications.

His PhD work at the University of Cambridge, funded by the AHRC and the Isaac Newton Trust, is at the intersection of design theory, ethics, and critical AI studies, and focuses on the role of critique in the design process in general – and the development of artificial intelligence in particular.

His research was featured or is forthcoming in peer-reviewed journals, including AI & Society and Design Issues, popular magazines, such as Aeon/Psyche, as well as an edited collection on intercultural perceptions of artificial intelligence (Oxford University Press, 2022).

He has contributed to various research projects and initiatives, including the Global AI Narratives Project at CFI and the Ethics of Digitalization Research Sprint at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society (Harvard). In 2021, he was also a visiting research fellow at the Observatoire des humanités numériques at the École normale supérieure in Paris (PSL).

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