The concept of collaborative intelligence has been gaining ground in recent years as it relates to the seamless synergy between humans and artificial intelligence (AI), which is crucial in many emerging sectors. The CISC project aims to train 14 world-leading collaborative intelligence scientists in safety-critical situations and provide a blueprint for postgraduate training in this area.
The development of collaborative intelligence systems requires an interdisciplinary skill set blending expertise across AI, human factors, neuroergonomics and system safety engineering. The scientists will be trained in modelling system behaviour dynamics, designing and implementing processes capable of monitoring interactions between automated systems and the humans that will use them, employing data analytics and AI to create new automation paradigms and managing the legal and ethical implications associated with physiology-recording wearable sensors and human performance data in AI algorithms.
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