My main research interest is the design and application of Intelligent Systems, and its effects on human society. I am currently working as a postdoctoral researcher at Umeå University Responsible AI Research Group of of Prof Virginia Dignum . My current work, part of the Horizon2020 AI4EU project, aims to produce guidelines for the design, implementation, and deployment intelligent systems. The said guidelines integrate the socio-economic, legal, and other ethical considerations that arise from integrating AI into our societies. The said guidelines integrate the socio-economic, legal, and other ethical considerations that arise from integrating AI into our societies. In parallel to his current post, I am a member of AI policy initiatives; e.g. IEEE SA’ P7000 series, ISO JTC1/42, EU’s AI Alliance, and others.

Prior to my current post, I undertook my nearly-finished doctoral studies at the University of Bath Intelligent Systems research group. In Bath I was involved in the AmonI project under the supervision of Dr. Joanna Bryson . My work there includes the development of tools and methodologies to provide algorithmic transparency, while exploring the understanding and intuitions that can guide moral decision making and human cooperative behaviour. In 2017-18 Andreas served as a Teaching Fellow at the University of Bath, in 2016 as a short-term visiting scholar at the Georgia Institute of Technology, and finally as a machine learning researcher at the University of Surrey in 2015.