Below are a sample of what the IDSAI Community have been working on. We hope you enjoy reading about the interdisciplinary nature of the work going on at the Institute:-
|Turing Research Fellow, Federico Botta was a contributor (out of many others) to a note published by POST (the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology) on the topic of data skills in the UK workforce||Federico Botta||Faculty of Environment, Science and Economy|
|Former IDSAI member, Alex Schoenfelder was co-author on 'The Analytical and Clinical Validity of the pfSTEP Digital Biomarker of the Susceptibility/Risk of Declining Physical Function in the Community-Dwelling Older Adults'||Publication|
|Beduschi A (2022). Harnessing the potential of artificial intelligence for humanitarian action: Opportunities and risks. International Review of the Red Cross, 104 (919), 1149-1169||DOI||Ana Beduschi||Faculty of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences|
Beduschi A, McAuliffe M (2022). Artificial Intelligence, Migration and Mobility: Implications for Policy and Practice. World Migration Report, 2022 (1)
This is a chapter on the International Organisation for Migration (IOM)’s flagship publication World Migration Report. The World Migration Report is a biannual publication that responds to a clear and growing need for evidence-based research and analysis on migration at a time of increasing complexity of migration and its prominence as a public policy issue and newsworthy topic. The World Migration Report has broad appeal and garners keen interest globally, including from States, international organisations, non-governmental organisations, and civil society.
|DOI||Ana Beduschi||Faculty of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences|
IDSAI Case Study:
As part of IDSAI's initiative for project collaboration with a data science student, Nitzan and Professor Anna Mountford-Zimdars got in touch.
|Press Release||Nitzan Per-Rotem||Faculty of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences|
|Measuring exposure to misinformation from political elites on Twitter||Nature Communications||Mohsen Mosleh||Faculty of Environment, Science and Economy|
|The development of the webapp and API service based on work for measuring exposure on Twitter||Misinformation Exposure||Mohsen Mosleh||Faculty of Environment, Science and Economy|
|Human-centred mechanism design with Democratic AI||nature human behaviour||Oliver Hauser||Faculty of Environment, Science and Economy|
|Measuring inequality beyond the Gini coefficient ma6y clarify conflicting findings||Blog post for Harvard Business School||Oliver Hauser||Faculty of Environment, Science and Economy|
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