Andreas Theodorou

Andreas is a Teaching Fellow and a PhD student in the Intelligent Systems group at the University of Bath, where he works under the supervision of Dr Joanna Bryson in Artificial Models of Natural Intelligence. His main research interest is the design and application of intelligent systems. He is engaged in a research programme trying to understand the ethical and legal implications of Artificial Intelligence in societies by building transparent to inspection intelligent agents. Currently, he is participating at both domestic and international initiatives, such as the IEEE Standards Association Initiative for Intelligence System and AI APPG, at establishing AI-related standards and policy. Finally, Andreas is exploring the understanding and intuitions that can guide human cooperative behaviour, by using interventions in the form of computer game technology with Artificial Intelligence.

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