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Emma Kallina

Student Fellow


Emma’s research focuses on technology design that enhances human well-being - beyond human performance.

She started her PhD in October 2021. Under the supervision of Tomas Bohné (Advisor: Stephen Cave), she is researching how responsible AI principles can be operationalised in practice. Through her background in Psychology (BSc, University of Tuebingen), Human-Computer Interaction (MSc, UCL), and UX Research (employed at Eva Health Technologies), she investigates the user’s perspective and well-being. She was awarded the scholarship from the ‘Foundation of German Business’ which continues to support her academic career since 2015. As part of her PhD she is a visiting student at the CFI’s MSt program ‘AI Ethics & Society’. In her spare time, Emma loves to rock climb and be outdoors.

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