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Rafael Calvo

Visiting Fellow


Rafael Calvo is an ARC Future Fellow, Professor of Software Engineering and Director of the Wellbeing Technologies Lab at the University of Sydney.  He is the recipient of five teaching awards, and has published four books and over 200 articles in the fields of HCI, affective computing, learning technologies and computational intelligence. His books include the Oxford Handbook of Affective Computing and Positive Computing: Technology for Wellbeing and Human Potential (MIT Press). He is Associate Editor of the Journal of Medical Internet Research – Human Factors (JMIR-HF) and Frontiers in Psychology – Human Media Interaction. He is also former Associate Editor of the IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies and IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing.  He has a PhD in Artificial Intelligence applied to automatic document classification and has also worked at Carnegie Mellon University, Universidad Nacional de Rosario, and as a consultant for projects worldwide.  A keen player in the push for more ethical technology design, Rafael is a member of the IEEE Global Initiative on Ethics of Autonomous and Intelligent Systems,  and in 2019 will be a visiting fellow at the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence, University of Cambridge

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Professor Calvo will be a visiting fellow at the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence during Lent and Easter Terms 2019.

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