Maurice Chiodo

Research Affiliate

Maurice Chiodo is a research mathematician at the University of Cambridge, where he runs a seminar course on ethics in mathematics and is principal investigator of the Cambridge University Ethics in Mathematics Project. His work looks at ethical issues in all types of mathematical work, including AI, finance, modelling, surveillance, and statistics, and he sits on the ethics advisory group of Machine Intelligence Garage UK. Maurice holds two PhDs in mathematics, from the University of Cambridge and the University of Melbourne.

Recent article by Maurice Chiodo and Dennis Müller: Questions of Responsibility: Modelling in the Age of COVID-19 (1 September 2020)

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