For the academic year 2022/23, Coventry University is accepting applications for a Smart Cities and AI PhD Studentship in the UK.
This multidisciplinary project intends to close a research gap in the ethical development of novel data-driven solutions for Smart Cities. Facial recognition technologies, which are intended to reduce crime rates but have been demonstrated to unjustly target some groups, are one well-known concern connected to this study. After more than a decade of debate, the required standards for ethical AI deployment have been agreed upon.
As a result, this research will adopt a practice-based approach, combining humanities and social science techniques. Of course, this is done with the knowledge of computer science and engineering. The goal is to find concrete ways to improve ethics in practice in the context of Smart Cities and AI development.
Worth of Scholarship
This is a fully financed studentship, which includes both tuition and a stipend or bursary.
A complete research training program will be provided to the selected applicant, covering technical, personal, and professional skills.
Furthermore, the Doctoral College and Centre for Research Capability and Development are open to all Coventry University academics (from PhD to Professor). It offers high-quality training and professional development opportunities.
Smart Cities and AI PhD Studentship | Eligibility Criteria
A minimum of a 2:1 first degree in a relevant discipline/subject area with a minimum 60% mark in the project element or equivalent, as well as a minimum 60% overall module average is required.
- the ability to conduct cutting-edge research and finish a PhD in less than 3.5 years
- a basic command of the English language (IELTS overall minimum score of 7.0 with a minimum of 6.5 in each component)
- A 500-word statement demonstrating the candidate’s knowledge of transdisciplinary research and practice-based methodologies.
How to Apply for the Smart Cities and AI PhD Studentship
All applications must include complete supporting documents as well as a cover letter, as well as one of the following:
A 2,000-word supporting statement demonstrating how the applicant’s experience and interests are relevant to the project is needed for pre-determined (named) initiatives.
To get started on your application, click here.
Deadline: The application deadline for the Smart Cities and AI PhD Studentship is May 4, 2022.
For more information and to apply, go here.
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