Alex is part of the AI:FAR research project. He studies collective decision-making, argumentation and foresight. He worked on structured expert elicitation techniques for predicting the reliability of research in the social & behavioural sciences (the repliCATS project) and on decision-support tools for measuring and improving the quality of argumentation in intelligence reports (the SWARM project). Alex is the Principal Investigator of the "Measuring the Quality of Collective Reasoning" project, funded by the British Academy/Leverhulme Small Research Grants (July 2023 - December 2024).
He was a Research Associate in Linguistics and Argumentation Theory in the Centre for Argument Technology at the University of Dundee, a Teaching Assistant Professor and core faculty member in the Philosophy, Politics and Economics Program at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and a Fellow in the Department of Government at LSE. He has a PhD in Philosophy from LSE.
Personal website: http://alexandrumarcoci.com/